The geography of networking

The U.S. military has established alliances with dozens of nations to carry

out operations. Here is a sample of organizations the United States is a

member of or has established military relationships with NATO.

NATO's Gulf Partnership for Peace Cooperation Council*

Belgium

Canada

Czech

Republic

Denmark

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Italy

Luxembourg

The

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Spain

Turkey

United

Kingdom

United States

Albania

Armenia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Bulgaria

Croatia

Estonia

Finland

Georgia

Ireland

Kazakstan

Kyrghyz

Republic

Latvia

Lithuania

Macedonia

Moldova

Romania

Russia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Sweden

Switzerland

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

Uzbekistan

Bahrain

Kuwait

Oman

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

United Arab Emirates*

Created in response to the Iran-Iraq War, the Gulf Cooperation Council

seeks to strengthen cooperation in security, trade and other economic areas

among its six members: Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the

United Arab Emirates.

Source: Defense Department

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