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Danish International Logistical Center

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Danish International Logistical Center
Danske Internationale Logistik Center
Cap badge of DANILOG
Active1 January 2001 - 3 March 2014
Country Denmark
Branch Royal Danish Army
Part ofHærens Operative Kommando
Garrison/HQVordingborg Kaserne, Vordingborg
Motto(s)Stærk og sej (Strong and Tough)
Stable beltDanilog bæltefarver
Ceremonial chiefHM The Queen of Denmark
Colonel of
the Regiment

The Danish International Logistical Center (DANILOG) was established in 2001 as a regimental-level logistics unit that is part of the Danish Army Operational Command. It was based out of Vordingborg Kaserne.

DANILOG was part of Denmark's efforts to provide better administrative and logistical support to its personnel deployed abroad as part of humanitarian operations such as Implementation Force (IFOR), United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) and United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE), as well as combat environments such as the Danish Contingent/Iraq (Dancon).[1]

IFOR is a NATO-led multinational force in Bosnia and Herzegovina. UNPROFOR is the first UN peacekeeping force in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Yugoslavian civil war. UNMEE was established in July 2000[2] to monitor a ceasefire in the border war that began in 1998 between Ethiopia and Eritrea. DANILOG also supported combat environments like the Iraq theater of operations.[1]


  1. ^ a b Jakobsen, pp. 102-103
  2. ^ United Nations Security Council Resolution 1827. S/RES/1827(2008) 30 July 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-17.


  • Jakobsen, Peter Viggo (2006). Nordic Approaches to Peace Operations: A New Model in the Making?. Taylor & Francis US. p. 259. ISBN 0-415-38360-9.

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