June 2007
NATO's Nations & Partners for Peace;2007, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p163
The article reports on the meetings held by chiefs of defense from 26 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member nations at NATO Headquarters to discuss a wide range of military-related issues. According to General Ray Henault, chairman of the NATO Military Committee, NATO is committed to provide security to allow the extension of Afghan government authority across the country. It cites that military chiefs discussed ways to enhance long-term implementation of the NATO Response Force.


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