By Robert B. Munson (auth.)
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I qualified on both the M-4 rifle and the standard M-9 pistol. Andrews also issued me the general equipment that every deployer gets, whether one needs it or not: helmet, body armor, sleeping bag, and a big bag containing small stuff such as a canteen, poncho, and first aid kit. 20 ● Peacekeeping in South Sudan After the general training I went to the specialized training for future peacekeepers. S. Army serves as the “executive agent” for UN deployments and supervises them for the DoD. S. Military Observers GroupWashington (USMOG-W), an office under the G-3 (operations) branch on the Army staff in the Pentagon, managed the final portion of the training, briefly mentioned in the first chapter.
However, across the DoD in aggregate, many—perhaps a majority of service members—receive some training or experience working with others from foreign militaries. While this makes the average person in uniform better able to deal with other nations, this general preparation is naturally limited and it hardly prepares one extensively to carry out a peacekeeping or similar mission. In order to compliment the general training, the military—specifically through my experience in the Air Force—focuses on preparing soldiers for their deployment as a peacekeeper.
This reflects UNMISS in April 2013; 2. Most subordinate organizations are not depicted; 3. Civilians were employed in all of the branches except in the Force (other than two secretaries); and 4. Most of the military personnel fell under the Force Commander, but about half of the staff officers were assigned to other branches across the Mission, primarily but not exclusively under the Director of Mission Support. There Is No Intelligence in the UN: Working for UNMISS ● 37 and the UN “Ambassador” to South Sudan.