Canadian naval commander Robert Watt has led forces in Afghanistan, but for the past three years has supervised the ceasefire between North and South Korea along the DMZ. Watt is part of a six-person military contingent assigned to the UN Command.

In this video Watt takes CBC’s Susan Ormiston on a tour of the facilities and gives us a bit of insight into what happens in one of the world’s hot spots.  As you’ll see in the video, the role is dangerous, complex, and sometimes bizarre.