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2 minute broadcast story on two Oregon National Guard medics supporting Exercise Shanti Doot-3, one of the largest UN peacekeeping exercises conducted this year. The exercise is being conducted at BIPSOT, which is an acronym for Bangladesh Institute of Peace Support Operations Training. This peacekeeping training facility is located approximately 60 kilometers north of Dhaka, Bangladesh. This exercise is a Bangladesh armed forces hosted and U.S. Pacific Command (US PACOM) Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) 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. Video produced by Master Sgt. Thomas Hovie, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs.


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This work, Oregon Medics Help Support Shanti Doot-3, by MSG Thomas Hovie, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.12.2012

Date Posted:03.13.2012 1:38AM

Category:Package

Video ID:139474

VIRIN:120312-A-#####-001

Filename:DOD_100343130

Length:00:02:19

Location:DHAKA, BDGlobe

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