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Other military contributions: The Czech Republic provided five personnel in support of the NATO Training Mission–Iraq. 51 Denmark Ground troops deployed (cumulative): 5,500 Peak deployment: 545 Deployment dates: April 2003–December 2007 Unit designation: Dancon/Irak mission Order of battle: MND-SE Lead: United Kingdom Primary deployment location(s): Camp Eden; Camp Danevang, Al Basrah Casualties (dead): 7 Casualties (wounded): Unknown Force overview: The first Danish troop deployment consisted of 380 personnel, including medical, military police, and infantry forces.

As a result, MNF-I truncated MND-N and renamed it Multi-National Force– Northwest (MNF-NW) in September 2004. The United Kingdom 20 T U R K E Y MND-NE MNF-NW S Y R I A I R A N MND-B MND-NC BAGHDAD JOR DAN MNF-W MND-CS OPERATION IRAQI FR EED O M MND-SE MULTI-NATIONAL FORCE–IRAQ June 2004–May 2005 Military Boundary K U W A I T Military boundaries are approximate 0 0 100 Miles 100 Kilometers S A U D I A R A B I A Map 4 and Poland continued to provide the lead in MND-SE and MNDCS, respectively (Map 4).

While Albania committed to maintaining troops in Iraq for as long as the United States maintained a presence there, it withdrew in December 2008 at the expiration of the UN mandate. 36 Armenia Ground troops deployed (cumulative): 372 Peak deployment: 50 Deployment dates: January 2005–October 2008 Unit designation: Not applicable Order of battle: MND-CS Lead: Poland Primary deployment location(s): Camp Delta, Al Kut Casualties (dead): 0 Casualties (wounded): Unknown Force overview: The Armenian Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Mission in Iraq began in January 2005 when the first contingent arrived in MND-CS and was stationed at Camp Delta, near Al Kut, Iraq.

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