Afghan troop map: US and Nato deployments

Afghan troop deployment

The US is the largest contributing nation to the international forces in Afghanistan whose numbers now total, more than 140,000.

The US has around 90,000 troops deployed with the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (Isaf) in Afghanistan with an additional 10,000 deployed as part of the US Operation Enduring Freedom, mainly in the East regional command.

The UK currently contributes the second largest number of troops to the Afghan mission, with some 9,500 personnel.

Nations contributing troops to Isaf

Nation Troops Nation Troops Nation Troops

Latest figures: 15 November 2010

Albania

258

Germany

4,341

Poland

2,519

Armenia

40

Greece

80

Portugal

95

Australia

1,550

Hungary

502

Romania

1,648

Austria

3

Iceland

4

Singapore

38

Azerbaijan

94

Ireland

7

Slovakia

250

Belgium

491

Italy

3,688

Slovenia

78

Bosnia and Herzegovina

45

South Korea

246

Spain

1,576

Bulgaria

516

Latvia

189

Sweden

500

Canada

2,922

Lithuania

219

FYR Macedonia

163

Croatia

299

Luxembourg

9

Turkey

1,790

Czech Republic

468

Malaysia

30

Ukraine

16

Denmark

750

Mongolia

47

UAE

35

Estonia

140

Montenegro

31

UK

9500

Finland

150

Netherlands

242

US

90,000

France

3,850

New Zealand

234

Georgia

924

Norway

353

TOTAL:

130,930

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