Army supports Operation Allied Force

July 1999
Army Logistician;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p1
Reports that the United States Army has deployed approximately 5,350 soldiers to Albania in support of Operation Allied Force, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization campaign to compel Yugoslav forces to withdraw from Kosovo. Composition of the Task Force Hawk.


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