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    Women provide important capability for UN peacekeeping missions [Image 4 of 5]

    Women provide important capability for UN peacekeeping missions

    PORT DICKSON, MALAYSIA

    08.19.2015

    Photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Hubenthal 

    DMA Pacific - Hawaii Media Bureau   

    Indonesia National Armed Forces Sgt. Chandra Meyda Putrie, left, and Sgt. Netty Vernikawati, right, offer a chair for a role player during an inspection as part of Exercise Keris Aman 2015, Aug. 19, in Port Dickson, Malaysia. According to the UN Peacekeeping official website, as peacekeeping has evolved to encompass a broader humanitarian approach, women have become increasingly part of the peacekeeping mission adding many capabilities including the ability to interact with women in societies where women are prohibited from speaking to men. Keris Aman is the largest multinational peacekeeping training event this year and is co-hosted by the Malaysian Armed Forces and U.S. Pacific Command with representatives from 29 nations participating. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Hubenthal)

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    Date Taken: 08.19.2015
    Date Posted: 08.23.2015 09:23
    Photo ID: 2137726
    VIRIN: 150819-F-AD344-149
    Resolution: 4062x2703
    Size: 5.77 MB
    Location: PORT DICKSON, MY 

    Web Views: 27
    Downloads: 4

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