Task Force Helmand
|Task Force Helmand|
|Active||April 2006-1 April 2014|
|Part of||Regional Command Southwest|
|Engagements||War in Afghanistan
* Helmand province campaign
|Brigadier James Woodham.|
Task Force Helmand was the name given to a military unit of the International Security Assistance Force in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Task Force Helmand is currently part of Regional Command Southwest and consists primarily of personnel from the British Armed Forces, as well as contribution from NATO allies Denmark and Estonia. It was established in April 2006, which coincided with the deployment of Operation Herrick 4.
- Brigadier James Chiswell (Unknown-April 2011).
- Brigadier Ed Davis (April 2011-unknown).
- Brigadier James Woodham (Unknown-April 2014).
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- "British UK in Afghanistan transformed country, says commander". BBC. Retrieved 28 February 2014.
- "Ceremony Marks End of Task Force Helmand". British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS). Retrieved 2 April 2014.
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