NTM-INATO Training Mission - Iraq
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Countries may deploy troops to Iraq to one of several different organizations: the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I); the NATO Training Mission-Iraq (NTM-I); or the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).
Since December 2004, the MNSTC-I Commander has been dual-hatted as the commander of the NATO Training Mission-Iraq (NTM-I, see below).
The North Atlantic Council issued the activation order implementing the expansion and renaming the effort as the NATO Training Mission-Iraq (NTM-I) on December 16.
During the political process to approve an expanded NATO mission, JFC Naples continued its presence in Baghdad with a second rotation of the NTIM-I followed by a third, which marked the transition to the NTM-I. Both teams continued mentoring Iraqi leadership and deepened liaison arrangements with MNSTC-I and the Ministry of Defense.
Those nations with political restrictions on deploying forces to Iraq can remain supportive of the NTM-I by training forces at outside sites.
Hesitant to commit common funds to the NTM-I, NATO political leadership established a Byzantine system of NTM-I trust funds initially to support training and presumably to fund transportation of donated equipment to Iraq.
At a NATO meeting on February 22, 2005, all 26 NATO members agreed to contribute troops, financing, or equipment to support the NTM-I initiative.
Although Germany has declined to send training personnel to Iraq in support of the NTM-I program, the German government has trained Iraqi police officers in crime scene exploitation and police methodology in cooperation with Japan and the United Arab Emirates since late 2003.
As with the second example, the NTM-I CFWG dramatically improves communication within Naples.
In the case of the NTM-I CFWG, the commander's guidance is given to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and directly to the CFWG, ensuring that each member of the staff gets the same guidance.
Petraeus as the commanding officer of the coalition Multinational Security Transition Command (MNSTC) and the NATO Training Mission-Iraq (NTM-I).
22, 2005 NATO members issued a joint statement pledging troops, funding, and equipment in support of NATO Training Mission in Iraq (NTM-I).