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** Md., an older abbreviation for Maryland
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** and soldiers
** UNTSO, from 1958 ( Israel, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon ) – 8 out of 142 soldiers from 23 countries
** UNMOGIP, from 1951 ( India and Pakistan ) – 7 out of 44 soldiers from 8 countries
** UNIFIL, from 1978 ( Lebanon ) – 2, 410 out of 12, 800 soldiers from 30 countries
** MINURSO, from 1991 ( Western Sahara ) – 5 out of 915 soldiers from 14 countries
** UNFICYP, from 2005 ( Cyprus ) – 4 out of 915 soldiers from 14 countries
** UNAMID, from 2008 ( Sudan ) – 1 officer out of 19, 000 soldiers from 53 countries
** KFOR, from 1999 ( Kosovo ) – 1, 596 out of 12, 990 soldiers from 32 countries
** ISAF, from 2001 ( Afghanistan ) – 3, 815 out of 132, 203 soldiers from 40 countries
** EUFOR, from 2004 ( Bosnia and Herzegovina ) – 260 out of 2, 150 soldiers from 25 countries
** EUPM, from 2003 ( Bosnia and Herzegovina ) – 13 out of 190 soldiers from 33 countries
** EUPOL RD Congo, from 2007 ( Democratic Republic of the Congo ) – 4 out of 49 soldiers from 10 countries
** EUBAM Rafah, from 2005 ( Rafah Border Crossing ) – 2 out of 22 soldiers from 9 countries
** EUMM Georgia, from 2008 ( Georgia, South Ossetia and Abkhazia ) – 21 out of 320 soldiers from 26 countries
** Operation Atalanta, from 2008 ( Gulf of Aden ) – 202 soldiers
** NATO Training Mission – Iraq, from 2004 ( Iraq ) – 82 out of 169 soldiers from 15 countries
** Operation Active Endeavour, from 2001 ( Mediterranean and Strait of Gibraltar ) – 220 soldiers
** Operation Ocean Shield, from 2009 ( Gulf of Aden ) – 230 soldiers
** MFO, from 1982 ( Israel and Egypt ) – 78 out of 1, 700 soldiers from 11 countries
** TIPH-2, from 1997 ( West Bank ) – 12 out of 37 soldiers from 6 countries
** Italian Delegation of Experts, from 1997 ( Albania ) – 28 soldiers
** Italian Military Mission of Technical Assistance, from 1988 ( Malta ) – 36 soldiers
** German Revolution: Sailors in the German fleet at Kiel mutiny and throughout northern Germany soldiers and workers begin to establish revolutionary councils on the Russian soviet model.
** Militants from Trotsky's committee join with trusty Bolshevik soldiers to seize government buildings and pounce on members of the provisional government.
** Raid at Cabanatuan: 121 American soldiers and 800 Filipino guerrillas free 813 American POWs from the Japanese-held camp at Cabanatuan City, Philippines.

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