FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- U.S. paratroopers and Soldiers from allied nations participated in an orientation of a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter here Dec. 1, 2015, which will be used in support of the Randy Oler Memorial Operation Toy Drop.Operation Toy Drop is a combined airborne operation as well as a training exercise with paratroopers from seven allied nations. This operation hosted by the U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) allows Soldiers to help children receive toys for the holidays."We come together, we jump together, we support each other in war and peace," said German Maj. Daniel Labusch, a company commander with the 26th Airborne Regiment.Training provided an opportunity for nations to work together."It's a new experience," said Indonesian Col. Villando Elkines about participating in Operation Toy Drop.Elkines, a first-time participant of Toy Drop said he enjoyed learning the procedures of the different countries that participated in the training."It's great to cross-train, it makes for excellent interoperability and makes us stronger as a whole," added Canadian Warrant Officer Mike Dwyer about the training.This year will mark the 18th annual Operation Toy Drop."It's the idea behind it, how it was born by Randy Oler," Labusch said about Operation Toy Drop. "For our Soldiers, we can give back to the civilian side as well."We don't have something like that," Labusch said about the operation. "There are so many people out there, families, that cannot give a little gift to their kids. That's what I like about Operation Toy Drop, just to see those happy faces and a little smile."During Operation Toy Drop, Soldiers had the opportunity to receive partner nation jump wings."It's a honor for both sides," said Labusch about Soldiers earning partner nation wings. "This is why I like this type of event."This is Labusch's third year supporting Operation Toy Drop. He came in 2010 and 2011 as a guest, but this year participated as a partner nation jumpmaster."I get to share experiences with the younger jumpmasters," said Labusch.Training this year consisted of practical work in the aircraft, familiarization with the UH-60 Black Hawk and a refresher of airborne operations."I'm really and happy to be here and really proud to be in support of Operation Toy Drop," said Labusch.