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Multi-National Corps-Iraq

Definition/Scope: Multi-National Corps - Iraq, part of Multi-National Force - Iraq, is the tactical unit responsible for command and control of operations throughout Iraq. Iraq is divided into 6 major areas of responsibility maintained by forces from 26 countries. MNC-I is headquartered by the U.S. Army at Camp Victory, Baghdad. Units include MNF-West, MND-Central South, MND-South East, and LSA Anaconda.



Use:

MNC-I


Acronym:

MNC-I

Broader Terms:

Army Commands
CENTCOM
multinational corps

Narrower Terms:

1st Corps Support Command
LSA Anaconda
Multi-National Division - South East
Multi-National Force - West

Related Terms:

Baghdad (Iraq)
Multinational Security Transition Command Iraq


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