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Rapid Reaction Force

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  • By early June the British and French governments had agreed that these should be reinforced into two heavily armed brigades, which became known as the Rapid Reaction Force.

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  • By early June the British and French governments had agreed that these should be reinforced into two heavily armed brigades, which became known as the Rapid Reaction Force.

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  • And should the EU's so-called Rapid Reaction Force come into military being and the heads of government decide to deploy it in some overseas crisis zone, the Parliament will have to be given a say in the matter and could theoretically block it.

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  • EU states are in favour of this - for example, German Defence Minister Jung announced at the Munich "security" conference that Germany will provide more troops for the Rapid Reaction Force, which is in charge of counter-insurgency operations in the north of Afghanistan.

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  • British and Dutch troops of the U. N.'s Rapid Reaction Force, stationed on Mount.

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  • And from the west, British, French and Dutch members of the Rapid Reaction Force unloaded more than 1,000 shells from their big guns on Serb emplacements ringing the capital.

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  • The EU already agreed last week to let the Russians monitor plans for Europe's planned Rapid Reaction Force.

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  • Having pledged to strengthen its forces and create a new all-European Rapid Reaction Force, European governments continue to slash spending, now spiraling down at a rate of 5 percent a year.

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  • -Although the European Union has taken a close political interest in the situation in Lebanon, its much-vaunted Rapid Reaction Force remains short of operational capability, resources and relevant experience.

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  • As one would expect, Booker concentrates on the European integration aspect, noting that the idea of FRES is to provide the centrepiece for the EU's Rapid Reaction Force.

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