At the beginning of the new year, the commander-in-chief ordered that the whole army launch a new year's training boom. At 10 a.m. local time on January 5,2020, the third batch of Chinese helicopters from thousands of miles away to Darfur, Sudan, and two helicopters from Darfur, kicked off the 2020 peacekeeping mission.
It is reported that on the first day of the local New Year's Day, four helicopters from the peacekeeping helicopter unit were deployed, two helicopters carrying 16 United Nations New York inspection officers and a team of 11 United Nations and African Union Special Mission to Darfur (AMIS) engineers were flown to Kabkabiya and Nyala, respectively, and one was responsible for the regular back-up of Safoma, Satoni, Golo and Nyala, and one for the medical evacuation mission. A high standard of 100 per cent of personnel and equipment meets the requirements of no fewer than 75 per cent of United Nations helicopters to take off at any time.
The vice-captain of the unit, who flew to captain nyara lubo on the same day, said that peace-keeping is to go to the battlefield, lift-off is to fight, although the situation in the mission area is complex and the situation is grim, but we will vigorously carry forward the \"one fear of hardship, two fear of death\" fighting spirit, resolutely complete the peacekeeping tasks entrusted by the party and the people.
Since its deployment to the mission area at the end of August 2019, the unit has completed more than 40 tasks, such as emergency transfer of the wounded, geographical reconnaissance and transportation of special aircraft, and has been hailed as an \"indispensable aviation force\" by the mission. (Mr Cheung Yan-tung, Mr Ho Siu-kwan, Yu-ho)