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Germany, Pacifism and Peace Enforcement$

Anja Dalgaard-Nielsen

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780719072680

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719072680.001.0001

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(p.157) Appendix A

(p.157) Appendix A

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Germany, Pacifism and Peace Enforcement
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German contributions to out-of-area military operations. The table lists the analysed cases and the parliamentary debates relating to each case. (p.158)

Conflict/Militaryoperation

Total size of of operation

Germancontribution

Bundestag debates

Gulf War 1990–91

Financial and logistical support Dispatch of 200 soldiers and 18 fighter jets to Turkey as part of NATO’s ACE Mobile Force

23 August 1990

31 January 1991

Adriatic Sea 1992–96 Operation Sharp Guard Monitoring embargo against FRY

22 NATO and WEU ships

2 destroyers (no combat operation)

6 June 1991

15 November 1991

22 July 1992

Somalia 1993–94 UNOSOM II

28,000 troops

Supply and transport units, 1,700 troops

17 June 1993

22 July 1993

22 July 1994

Bosnia-Herzegovina

1993–95

OperationDeny Fly

Monitoring no-fly zone

4,500 airmen

Air force personnel as part of AWACS unit, 500 airmen

15 January 1993

24 June 1993

2 July 1993

Bosnia-Herzegovina

1995–96

IFOR

60,000 troops

3.000 ground troops, logistical and supply tasks, no security tasks

30 November 1995

6 December 1995

Bosnia-Herzegovina, since 1996 SFOR

32,000 troops

3.000 ground troops, incl. combat troops

13 December 1996

19 June 1998

Kosovo, since 1998 Operation Allied Force KFOR

50,000 KFOR troops

Participation in NATO air strikes in Allied Force 8,000 KFOR ground troops

16 October 1998

16 February 2001

East Timor 1999–2000 INTERFET

9,800 troops

100 medical personnel

7 October 1999

16 September 1999

Macedonia, since 2001 Operation Essential HarvestOperation Amber Fox

Each operation comprising 1,000 troops

500 ground troops to Essential Harvest 600 ground troops to Amber Fox, Germany lead nation

29 August 2001

27 September 2001

Afghanistan, since 2001

Operation Enduring Freedom

3 carrier battle groups with strike aircrafts, 300 fighter jets and support aircraft, 18,000 troops excluding American army and airforce personnela

3,900 troops incl. 100 troops from the elite unit KSK

16 September 2001

16 November 2001

Congo

June-September 2003 Operation Artemis

1,400 troops

Up to 350 troops, transportaion capabilities, medical support, staff officers

18 June 2003

Note: a These numbers are estimates as some deployments as by September 2002 were undisclosed or unspecified. Operation Enduring Freedom Deployments, Global Security.org, www.globalsecurity.org/military/ops/enduring-freedom_orbat-03.htm.