War and Conflict

The War on Terror

What were the international contributions to the War on Terror?

According to the U.S. Central Command, by early 2005 there were 70 nations supporting the global War on Terror, and 21 nations had deployed more than 16,000 troops to the U.S.-led operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. Coalition forces contributed in a variety of ways, including providing intelligence, personnel, security assistance, equipment, and other assets for use in ground, air, and sea operations. Coalition members also provided humanitarian aid to civilians.


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