“Whenever assistance is needed, we need to be able to work together, so for me, I try to keep us all working together,” said Ah med-Mongol.
All in all, it was a successful experience for the Panamanian officials as well as the Missouri Guardsmen and other agencies involved.
“We are getting more knowledge to be able to improve our country's forces, so we can respond quickly,” Ah med-Mongol said.
The State Partnership Program events are valuable in maintaining and building on the relationship with our partner country, said Segovia.
‘I know they will incorporate some of our practices in Panama,” she said. “And we look forward to celebrating our 20-year anniversary in 2016.”