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Members of the head table stand during the opening ceremony for United Forces Peacekeeping Operations South-01, left to right are Ecuadorian Army Colonel (COL) Cesar Ubillus, Exercise Co-Director; US Air National Guard Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert W. Sullivan, Director of Operations, Reserve Assistant - SCJ3V, US Southern Command Representative; Ecuador Army Major General (MGEN) Wilson Torres, Exercise Director; Dame Margaret Anstee, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations; and COL Jeffery T. Christiansen, US Army South Exercise Co-Director., Quito, Ecuador. The peacekeeping exercise is a series of multi-national interactive seminars

Members of the head table stand during the opening ceremony for United Forces Peacekeeping Operations South-01, left to right are Ecuadorian Army Colonel (COL) Cesar Ubillus, Exercise Co-Director; US Air National Guard Brigadier General (BGEN) Robert W. Sullivan, Director of Operations, Reserve Assistant - SCJ3V, US Southern Command Representative; Ecuador Army Major General (MGEN) Wilson Torres, Exercise Director; Dame Margaret Anstee, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations; and COL Jeffery T. Christiansen, US Army South Exercise Co-Director., Quito, Ecuador. The peacekeeping exercise is a series of multi-national interactive seminars

 
 

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