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Those orders modified Implementation Force (IFOR) and intermediate staging base (ISB) unit compositions, which were predicated on late breaking and often contradictory guidance from the Department of Defense (DOD) and NATO.
We were out there as an implementation force and basically waved a stick at the warring factions to say, 'This has got to stop'.
He highlighted the importance of increasing public awareness against the crime, especially among police officers and law implementation forces, entry points authorities and other professionals such as employees of the medical and social services field, to help increase their readiness to combat these crimes effectively.
During this deployment in support of NATO's Implementation Force (IFOR), the 236th earned the Army Superior Unit Award.
From bases in NAS Sigonella, Italy; NAF Atsugi, Japan; and Bahrain, VR-55 provided direct support to American forces assigned to Implementation Force operations in the Balkans, as well as for operations Enduring Freedom, Noble Eagle, and Iraqi Freedom.
The command structure in Europe--always complex because of NATO and US command channels--became further frayed when representatives from the European Union and UN high commissioners intervened in the operations of the Bosnia Stabilization Force and Implementation Force.
Army Europe deployed to Bosnia as part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Implementation Force with approximately 35 percent of its items tagged.
He also deployed to Bosnia as part of the Implementation Force (IFOR) and to Kosovo as part of KFOR 4B.