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Background

In September 1994 Operation Uphold Democracy began in Haiti. The Operation included a peacekeeping force of more than 20,000 military personnel from all five branches of the U. S. armed forces. Their mission was to restore the legitimate government and create a secure environment for the people of Haiti. Over 5,000 non-U.S. forces from 24 nations assisted in this peacekeeping mission. By March 1995, about 2,400 service men and women remained to operate as a support group under to command of the United Nations Mission of Haiti. The mission for the support group ended in March 1996.

Dates of Conflict





Dates of Conflict

Operation Uphold Democracy
September 1994 to March 1995

Operation New Horizon
March 1995 to March 1996

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