KFOR


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KFORKosovo Peacekeeping Force
KFORKosovo Forces (NATO)
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Brought to life at Kfor's peacekeeping force headquarters in Pristina, Kosovo, it was part of the secret battle against Serb virus attacks during the Kosovo conflict.
KFOR was forced to intervene to bring back calm on the Serb-Kosovar border
Major Fergus Smith, spokesman for the 3,500-strong British KFOR force, said it appeared to be an accident as "there is no indication that the crash was a result of any gunfire or hostile action".
The MNB-E tactical operations center (TOC) had liaison soldiers from Russia, Poland, and Greece, as well as other international organizations, forcing the operations sections to work only with information releasable to other nations, classified as "Releasable KFOR." Consequently, there was a low probability that all operations sections were fully knowledgeable of the complete intelligence picture.
"KFOR has proudly served the Lincoln region for over 94 years, and our commitment to the community has never wavered," said Alpha Media/Lincoln Market Manager Julie Gade .
A Very Giving Christmas is sponsored by Express Employment Professionals, KFOR and Tyler Media.
While officers in the area were looking for the suspect, it was determined we started getting several calls of other residences and autos being broken into," Chief Cox told KFOR.com.
Kosovo Force, or KFOR, has been conducting a peace and security mission in Kosovo since 1999.