Afghanistan Coordination Proves Challenge For NATO

With 42 nations contributing troops to NATO's 64,500-strong International Security Assistance Force's (ISAF's) operations in Afghanistan, the coordination of military personnel and equipment is a major task. Soldiers fighting in the country come from all over the world, from Croatia to New Zealand, from Turkey to Australia and from Singapore to Canada. It is possible that at least 39 different languages are being spoken by troops across Afghanistan. NATO commanders cannot afford anyone t...
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