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Intresting article on Coalition in Iraq

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posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 02:03 PM
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Country
In Iraq In Theater Total Future
1 United Kingdom ~8500 3,500 ~12,000 ~10,500 (?)
2 South Korea ~3,300 ~3,300
3 Italy 3,000
(includes 55
Italian Red Cross personel) 30 3030 ~2,700
[Sept. 2005]
4 Poland 1,500 1,500 0
[by end of 2005?]
5 Ukraine ~950 ~950 0
[By mid-Oct. 2005]
6 Georgia ~850
(Some in support of UNAMI) 850
(Some in support of UNAMI)
7 Romania ~730
(does not include
~120-130 in support
of UNAMI) ~863
(Includes UNAMI contingent)
8 Japan ~600 ~200 ~800
9 Australia ~570
(does not include
~100 assigned to
embassy protection) ~800
(includes ~100
for embassy) ~1370
(includes
naval component)
10 Denmark 540 540
11 Bulgaria ~400-450 ~400-450
12 El Salvador 380 380
13 Azerbaijan 151 151
14 Latvia 136 136
15 Mongolia ~130 ~130
16 Lithuania ~120 ~120
17 Albania 120 120
18 Slovakia ~100 ~100
19 Czech Republic ~90 ~90
20 Armenia ~45 ~45
21 Bosnia & Herzegovina 36 36
22 Macedonia 35
35
23 Estonia ~34-35 34-35
24 Kazakhstan 27 27
25 Norway ~10 ~10 0
26 Netherlands 4
TOTAL ~23,000 ~27,000
UNAMI Fiji * 150 150
Hungary *** 0 Withdrew troops: Late-Dec. 2004 150 mid-2005
Nicaragua 0 Withdrew troops: Feb. 2004
Spain 0 Withdrew troops: Late-Apr. 2004
Dominican Republic 0 Withdrew troops: Early-May. 2004
Honduras 0 Withdrew troops: Late-May. 2004
Philippines 0 Withdrew troops: mid-Jul. 2004
Thailand 0 Withdrew troops: Late-Aug. 2004
New Zealand 0 Withdrew troops: Late-Sep. 2004
Tonga 0 Withdrew troops: mid-Dec. 2004
Portugal 0 Withdrew troops: mid-Feb. 2005
Moldova 0 Withdrew troops: Feb. 2005
Singapore** 0 0 0
* Fiji's troop contingent is deployed as part of UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI)
** Singapore's token contribution was a landing ship tank deployed to the Persian Gulf which arrived home on March 19, 2005.
*** As part of NATO Training Force
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Wow thats a lot of nations! Even though their a lot of them are starting to pull out, and just to think when good things are starting to happen! Either way I was suprised Mongolia was on that list. Also most of the Central American countries there was suprising. I think the US government should make a case on world wide broadcasted tv, to show the world that good stuff are happening there. But I think if they bring people, it should be like medical, relief, and construction people though.




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