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Postby felix » Sun Dec 01, 2013 12:43 pm

Nunca fue un frenazo de verdad, fue todo una payasada del pp y su circo político.
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Re: Misiones de Paz

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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby terminus » Thu Dec 05, 2013 1:41 pm

Lo que se viene.........

El 3 de diciembre, la ONU comenzo oficialmente las operaciones con UAVs en la R.D. del Congo.



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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby el_francotirador » Sun Dec 15, 2013 9:32 pm

Al final hablan del uso de drones y su efecto:

U.N. peacekeepers find arsenal of weapons left by Congo M23 rebels

.Reuters By Michelle NicholsDec 14, 2013 1:29 AMBy Michelle NicholsUNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. peacekeepers found an arsenal of weapons, including heavy caliber arms and enough ammunition to last a year, at the site of the last stand by M23 rebels in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, U.N. peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous said on Friday.Congolese troops and the U.N. peacekeeping mission - which includes a unique Intervention Brigade mandated to eliminate armed groups - last month defeated M23, which signed a peace deal with the Congo government on Thursday.The Tutsi-led M23 rebel group ended its 20-month rebellion, the most serious in Congo in the last decade, after Congolese soldiers and U.N. peacekeepers, known as MONUSCO, captured its last hilltop strongholds in Chanzu, near the Rwandan border."I flew over the hill of Chanzu, which was the last battle effectively between FARDC (Congolese troops), helped by MONUSCO, and M23," Ladsous told reporters."It's amazing the quantity that were seized there, including heavy caliber, hundreds of tonnes really of all sorts of stuff including about a year's worth of ammunition supplies," he said.Ladsous said a U.N. Group of Experts, who monitor compliance with sanctions and an arms embargo on Democratic Republic of Congo, was investigating the origin of the weapons, adding: "I'm sure it will make interesting reading."The U.N. experts, who report to the U.N. Security Council's Congo sanctions committee, have repeatedly accused neighboring Rwanda of backing the rebellion by M23 in eastern Congo, a claim the Rwandan government has fiercely rejected.Western officials say that Rwanda's denials are not credible, and U.S. and European governments imposed punitive measures on Kigali to pressure it to halt its support for M23.Rwanda has repeatedly intervened in Congo, saying it had to hunt down the Hutu militia who fled after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Rwanda and Congo have fought two wars over the past two decades in Congo's resource-rich east.THOUSANDS SURRENDERINGRwanda has accused Congolese troops of collaborating with the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), a charge Kinshasa has denied. Hutus - who fled Rwanda after the genocide of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus - make up about 30 percent of the FDLR fighters, according to the United Nations.Following the defeat of M23 last month, Congolese troops and U.N. peacekeepers have now turned their attention to combating the FDLR Hutu militia.Ladsous said that some 2,300 rebel fighters in eastern Congo from several groups, including M23, have given up their weapons to U.N. peacekeepers in the past two months or so."We are seeing those relatively large numbers of people just stop fighting," he said. "I think it is in large part because of the deterrent effect of the Intervention Brigade and now the drones."During his visit to eastern Congo earlier this month, Ladsous helped launch the United Nations first unmanned surveillance drones. He said two were in use now and that number would increase to five by April.Thick forests, rugged terrain and the scarcity of roads on Congo's eastern border with Rwanda and Uganda have complicated efforts by the U.N. peacekeeping force to control the resource-rich area.Millions of people have died from violence, disease and hunger in eastern Congo since the 1990s while dozens of rebel groups have fought for control of its rich deposits of gold, diamonds, copper, cobalt and uranium.If the trial surveillance in eastern Congo is successful, officials and diplomats also hope the drones could be used by other peacekeeping missions in Ivory Coast and South Sudan.
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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby terminus » Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:02 pm

En realidad de noche la FAU tuvo que evacuar al piloto y a uno de nuestros soldados que estaba bastante golpeado, pero nada importante gracias a Dios.

Se accidentó helicóptero con soldados uruguayos en el Congo

Sólo el piloto sufrió heridas leves. El oficial y los 12 soldados del batallón Uruguay IV se encuentran todos fuera de peligro y continúan con la misión asignada.

http://www.elpais.com.uy/informacion/co ... uayos.html

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Re: Misiones de Paz

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Re: Misiones de Paz

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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby terminus » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:08 pm

Jajaja, las fotos ya las copiaron en el FB " Hermanos en armas en la paz y en la guerra", eso es eficiencia!! :lol:

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Re: Misiones de Paz

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Jajajaja.... fue al reves! :oops: :oops: [smilie=wink3.gif] [smilie=wink3.gif] [smilie=wink3.gif]

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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby terminus » Mon Dec 23, 2013 9:24 pm

¿Hay que encontrar las 7 diferencias? :lol:

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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby el_francotirador » Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:48 pm

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Re: Misiones de Paz

Postby el_francotirador » Fri Dec 27, 2013 8:11 pm

27ª Evacuación médica en el Congo

“Para que otros puedan vivir……… una Feliz Navidad!!...”

El día 23 de diciembre el helicóptero UNO 807 (FAU 033), se encontraba realizando un pernocte en la localidad de Uvira, tras realizar un vuelo de entrenamiento con visores nocturnos.
En la mañana del 24 de diciembre, a las 07:30 la tripulación se encontraba alistando la aeronave para su retorno al aeropuerto de Kavumu, cuando es informada de la necesidad de realizar una evacuación médica de una paciente local.
Una hora más tarde, llegaba al helipuerto de Uvira la ciudadana congoleña civil Nadjale Manganza, mayor de edad, presentando lesiones varias en sus extremidades inferiores, ocasionados por impactos de armamento liviano. Se encontraba acompañada por el médico de la Cruz Roja Dr. Maman Laoual Garba. A las 08:43 el UNO 807 partía, aterrizando a las 09:40 en Kavumu.
Es de destacar que la “URUAVU” (Uruguayan Aviation Unit) realiza normalmente traslado de Personal de la ONU, pero en esta ocasión y por razones humanitarias, el traslado fue coordinado por la Cruz Roja, ya que la Sra. Manganza podía correr
riesgo de vida debido a las infecciones que presentaban sus heridas.
Una vez arribados en Kavumu y debido a las Fiestas Tradicionales, no se encontraba presente el personal civil que normalmente trabaja en la terminal aérea, por lo que el desembarco y traslado debió ser asistido por Efectivos del Contingente “URUASU” (Uruguayan Airfield Supportt Unit), de la Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya.

Nuevamente el Personal compatriota prestó un invalorable apoyo en pro de la salvaguarda de una vida, dejando como siempre en alto su lema, que esta vez podría tener una leve variación….”para que otros puedan vivir………una Feliz Navidad…!”.

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