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- An aerial transport group, composed with one Transall C-160 and 3 Eurocopter Cougar
- A battlegroup (Groupe Tactique Interarmes, in French) of the French Army, including motorised infantry, engineering, ALAT and light armour.
- An amphibious naval group composed with the amphibious operation ships Mistral and Siroco, and the frigates Jean Bart and Jean de Vienne. The group had hospital capabilities, combat helicopters, transport helicopters, and landing craft.
On 18 August 2006, 14,500 people had been evacuated (including 11,300 French citizens).
On 20 August, the amphibious assault ship Foudre and the frigate Cassard sailed from Toulon to join the theatre and convoy elements from the 2nd and 13th Regiments of Engineering, as well as over 100 engineering vehicles for the UNIFIL
On 3 October, an Israeli fighter penetrated the 2-nautical-mile (3.7 km) defence perimeter of the stealth frigate Courbet, triggering a diplomatic incident. Israel apologised after official protests from the French government.
- "Israël présente ses excuses à l'Allemagne". Le Monde (in French). 30 October 2006. Retrieved 29 November 2014.