NATO Training Mission-Iraq Looking to the Future

Lynch, Rick; Janzen, Phillip D.
January 2006
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2006, Issue 40, p29
The article presents information on North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The organization has been designated as the most successful military alliance in modern history. The creation of the NATO Response Force and the deployment of Allied forces to Afghanistan to command the International Security Assistance Force has marked the transformation of the organization into this new era. The organization's training mission in Iraq is the most recent test of its resolve and future direction.


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