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What does KFOR stand for?

KFOR stands for Kosovo Forces (NATO)

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Unrest began when Kosovo forces tried to gain control of a border post in an ethnic Serb area on July 25, resulting in the police officer's shooting.
SGT Heather Shelley, a sling-load operator with the 201st Logistics Task Force, marshals a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter sling-loading a Humvee during the Kosovo Forces Inter-Operability Exercise at Camp Bondsteel.
Corporal Steve Cook, from Penrhys in Rhondda, has been power lifting for more than five years and has already won a European title, silver and bronze medals in world championships, a Wales silver medal and was most recently named Kosovo Forces (KFOR) multiinternational lightweight power lifting champion.
The plan includes aggressive measures to publish the October - December 2000 issue featuring Army Transformation on 14 August 2001, the January - September 2001 issue featuring Kosovo Forces on 31 August 2001, and the October - December 2001 issue featuring the Combat Training Centers and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield on 31 October 2001.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Advantor Corporation, a pioneer in innovative electronic security solutions, recently trained NATO personnel, specifically Kosovo Forces (KFOR) staff, enabling them to install and operate Advantor Corporation Pass & ID NT Systems in Naples, Italy, and throughout Kosovo.