Some 16,400 officers and men from 28 nations make up the UN Force in the Congo which is helping to restore order and calm in the country. The main contingents are supplied by 13 countries. The others supply administrative and ancillary units, air force personnel and staff officers.
A traditional "good-bye" in the Indonesian way by Capt. Andjar Rachman (r), Aide to the Commander of the Garuda II Battalion of the Indonesian National Army, as the Battalion prepared to leave Djakarta earlier today aboard the UN-chartered USS "Bexar"' en route to take up duty with the UN Force in the Congo.