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Slovak KFOR helicopter crews get medals for service in Kosovo

Peter Gajdoš, the Deputy Chief of the General Staff of Slovakia's Armed Forces, awarded medals to 54 male and two female members of the Slovak Armed Forces on June 23 for service in peacekeeping and observer missions.

Peter Gajdoš, the Deputy Chief of the General Staff of Slovakia's Armed Forces, awarded medals to 54 male and two female members of the Slovak Armed Forces on June 23 for service in peacekeeping and observer missions.

These members served in two three-month rotations in the KFOR operation in Kosovo through June 16, in the first helicopter unit in NATO military structures in the Czech and Slovak base of Sajkovac, under the command of Major Ladislav Maták and Major Jozef Krupár. SITA

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