Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team

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A French soldier stands guard amongst some ruins in the Joint Multinational Readiness Center training area in Hohenfels, Germany, May 14, 2008. The NATO Operational Mentorship and Liaison Team is preparing the soldiers for unit readiness prior to a deployment.

Operational Mentoring and Liaison Teams (OMLTs) are the NATO equivalent of the United States' Embedded Training Teams and are active in Afghanistan.[1]

Teams from several countries (France, Germany, Spain, Romania, United Kingdom, Australia, Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Croatia, Italy, Sweden, Latvia, Finland, Norway, Slovenia, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Serbia and Macedonia) provide training and operational support to the Afghan national forces.

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  1. ^ "NATO's OPERATIONAL MENTOR AND LIAISON TEAMS (OMLTs)". NATO. May 2011. Retrieved 23 July 2014.