Images: Oregon Guardsmen teach Multinational Forces in Bangladesh [Image 11 of 13]
Staff Sgt. Tyson Pardun, of the 249th Regional Training Institute out of Monmouth, Ore., oversees two Nepalese soldiers as they tend to their role-playing comrade during a medical emergency scenario on the first day of Exercise Shanti Doot 3, in Bangladesh March 9, 2012. Culp is from the Oregon National Guard and was invited to participate as a battlefield lifesaving technique instructor through the State Partnership Program between Oregon and Bangladesh. Exercise Shanti Doot 3 is a Bangladesh armed forces hosted and U.S. Pacific Command Global Peace Operations Initiative supported joint multi-national exercise designed to give operations, logistics, planning and tactical peace-keeping training to members of 13 different countries in preparation for United Nations Peace-keeping Operations. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sgt. Jon Dyer, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs) (Released).