Saturday, December 22, 2012

Filipino peacekeepers leave for Haiti

PEACE MISSION. Army soldiers prepare to load the supplies and equipment that will be used by the Filipino peacekeeping contingent that will be deployed to the UN Mission in Haiti today. The AFP will send a batch of 157 peacekeepers led by Col Jimmy Larida to help keep the peace in the troubled nation in the Caribbean. (Photo by Major Harold Cabunoc)

PEACEKEEPERS pose for a souvenir photo before boarding the UN aircraft that will transport them for a peacekeeping mission in Haiti today. They are part of the 157 peacekeeping contingent composed of personnel from the Philippine Navy. They will serve under the United Nations Mission in Haiti, also known as MINUSTAH. (Photo by Major Harold M Cabunoc)

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