Nepalese army hosts Shanti Prayas-2 peacekeeping exercise [Image 18 of 21]
Capt. Rajani Karki (front) leads a Nepalese army platoon during the opening ceremony for Shanti Prayas-2, March 25, at Birendra Peace Operations Training Center in Panchkhal, Nepal. Shanti Prayas-2 is a multinational partnership exercise designed to build peacekeeping proficiencies. The two-week training exercise, led by the Nepalese army, is organized by the United Nations, the U.S. State Department and facilitators from Pacific Command's Global Peace Operations Initiative. There are 11 nations participating in the field training exercise, with a total of 23 nations involved in other portions of the exercise. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Cory Grogan, 115 Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
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