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U.S. Security and Defense Assistance

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U.S.   Security   and   Defense   Assistance
Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)
                    About 200 defense officers; up to 2000 soldiers, marine forces                            Small arms and ammunition, communications gear, medical gear, uniform items
2002-2004
$64 000 000
Sustainment and Stability Operations Program (SSOP)
7800 servicemen
2005-2009
$124,200 000
Section 1206 Train and Equip Authority
                    Georgian special troops                           40 HMMWV, night vision goggles, radios, optical systems, weapon alignment equipment, electronic and communications equipment
2007-2008; 2010-2013
$60,174,802
International Military Education and Training (IMET)
and education for servicemen in the United States
2000-2017
$25,992,000
Aviation Leadership Program
Funding for military officers to attend U.S. military                                                          and selected regional centers for non-lethal
2000; 2002-2004; 2012-2014
$302,229
Combatting terrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP)
Higher education and training for personnel of air forces
2004-2015
$5,269,418
1.
Training:
Equipment:
Training:
Training:
Equipment:
Training
educational institutions
training
2010-2012
Increasing   Defense   Capacities
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) operation in Afghanistan
Training of 11 000 servicemen
2010-2014
2010-2012: $128, 900 000
Training, task-oriented education in the German city of Hohenfels
From 2015
Coalition Support Funds (CSF)
Money used to reimburse coalition partners for logistical and military support to U.S. military operations.
2007-2008; 2010-2012
$209,933,685
2.
Resolute Support Mission (RSM)
Collective   Security
Assistance provided to the MIA Border Police
Donating off-road vehicles and                       worth radio communication equipment. Opening a modern harbor in Batumi. Building a Center of Cynology. Building a Joint Management Center in Supsa. Donating two 110 ft Island-class patrol boats to the Coast Guard Department.
2014-2016
Department of Homeland Security – U.S. Coast Guard activities
                                                                              on topics ranging from maritime law enforcement to port security.
2005; 2008-2010; 2011-2015
$ 606,213
3.
Equipment:
USD 6.4
Training
technical assistance
Border   Protection
and
Section 1207 Security and Stabilization Assistance
• Post-war restoration of police forces • Providing IDPs with food, shelter and household appliances • Providing IDPs with housing, household appliances and vocational education programs • Rehabilitation of municipal and border protection infrastructure, schools • Demining activities
2008-2009
$100,000,000
4.
2008
2009
$20, 000 000
$50, 000 000
$30 000 000
Post-Conflict Assistance
Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program
• Eliminating weapons of mass destruction and relevant infrastructure in former Soviet states • Biological Threat Reduction Program (BTRP); Opening the Richard G. Lugar Center for Public Health Research (CPHR)
2002; 2008; 2012-2015
$239,374,616
5.
Nonproliferation   of   Weapons   of   Mass   Destruction   and   Biosafety