Photo: Farewell held for level-2 field hospital No. 3 staff as heading to South Sudan

Vietnam's peacekeepers shared that participating in Level 2 Field Hospital no 3 was not only an honor and pride for themselves but also for their families.
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On the afternoon of March 24, 63 nurses and doctors set out on a mission in Bentiu, South Sudan. (Photo: Zing News)
All officers and soldiers are trained to deal with basic medical and surgical emergencies, mass emergencies, explosions, bombs, and ammunition, as well as local language and culture. Though found South Sudan a harsh place, they kept relaxed and willing spirits as heading there. (Photo: Zing News)
Lieutenant Colonel Trinh My Hoa, Director of the Level 2 Field Hospital No. 3, received his wife's goodbye kiss. (Photo: Zing News)
This is Vietnam's third volunteer group to join the UN peacekeeping force. (Photo: Zing News)
This is the second time Lieutenant Nguyen Van Tam joined the force. His wife, Thuy Trang (26 years old) went to see off her husband before leaving. "The first time he joined the force, I was his girlfriend, now I am his wife. I always support him wholeheartedly. I will devote all my love to our little daughter during the days he is away for work," Trang said. (Photo: Zing News)
Major General Nguyen Truong Son, Director of the 175 Military Medical Hospital, said that the hospital had had a long time distancing period due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so training works were challenging. (Photo: Zing News)
Vo Thanh Cong, Lieutenant Nguyen Thi Thuy Duong's husband, chatted with his wife all the way to the airport. “I feel both happy and sad, even though I have mentally prepared for this, yet I still get nervous now seeing my wife leaving. However, I am proud that Thuy Duong has the honor to work in a foreign country ”, shared Mr. Cong. (Photo: Zing News)
HE. Robyn Mudie, Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, was also present at Tan Son Nhat Airport (Ho Chi Minh City) to see off the medical team. (Photo: Zing News)
South Sudan is an East African country with about 13 million people always living in poverty, disease, and facing ethnic conflicts and prolonged civil war. (Photo: Zing News)
The officials will travel by the Australian Department of Defense's military transport aircraft C17. Upon arrival in South Sudan, the team will be quarantined for 14 days to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic. (Photo: Zing News)
The support staff packing the goods for the Level 2 Field Hospital No.3 force before setting out to Bentiu, South Sudan. (Photo: VNA)
Staff at the Field Hospital took photos with teammates before leaving for their mission. (Photo: VNA)
Leaders of Vietnam and Australia took memorate photos. (Photo: VNA)
The team was well-trained before leaving. (Photo: VNA)
Ministry of Defense's leaders took photos with the female cadres and staff of the Field Hospital before leaving for their mission. (Photo: VNA)
The team waved to their colleagues as leaving. (Photo: VNA)
A soldier saw off his wife and child. (Photo: VNA)
Le Thi Na, the youngest member in the team, saw off her relatives. (Photo: VNA)
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On the afternoon of March 23, 63 soldiers from the field hospital No. 2 participated in the deployment ceremony before leaving for Bentiu (South Sudan).

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