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  • It doesn't make any difference to the people back home what we call SFOR or IFOR or whatever it is.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • One thousand two hundred Canadian soldiers are now serving in SFOR, and are performing to their usual high standards of professionalism and effectiveness.

    Transatlantic Relations in the 21st Century

  • After seven years of heavy criticism for their failure to nab the former Bosnian-Serb leader, NATO-led peacekeepers (known as SFOR, the Stabilization Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina) went after him last Thursday in earnest, launching raids on towns along the Montenegro-Bosnia border.

    PERISCOPE

  • There's what we now call SFOR and its predecessor.

    President Remarks To Air Force One Pool

  • The SFOR contractors in question "faced allegations of buying women, transporting trafficked women, and violence against trafficked women."

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

  • SFOR contractors in Bosnia were hired through DynCorp under a Department of Defense contract.

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

  • Along with IPTF monitors, SFOR contractors also reportedly participated in sex trafficking during the Bosnian mission.

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

  • Also participating in the Bosnian mission was a NATO-led stabilization force SFOR, along with its own contractors - civilians providing logistical support to the troops in the area.

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

  • Although MEJA could have been used to prosecute U.S. contractors hired through the Department of Defense such as those working for SFOR in Bosnia, MEJA would not have allowed for the prosecution of U.S. contractors working as IPTF monitors, since they had no connection to the Department of Defense, but rather were hired on a DynCorp contract to the State Department.

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

  • Although there was no evidence that SFOR soldiers participated in trafficking-related activities in Bosnia, U.S. civilian contractors faced fewer restrictions on their freedom of movement, and were able to visit brothel- nightclubs as a result.

    David Isenberg: Ooh, Aah: PMC Feeling Good

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