2014 Invictus Games, September 10-14, London, United Kingdom

Invictus Games 2016 Teams

Since 2001, the NATO military alliance has helped to rebuild the Afghan Armed Forces to combat Taliban resurgence. Afghanistan is a landlocked country so the military consists of an Army and Air Force only, with more than 200,000 active soldiers. “We have fought alongside nearly all the nations taking part in the Invictus Games,” says Colonel Mohammad Ashraf, head of the Afghan delegation for the games. “We strongly believe we are fighting together for peace.” To reach the Afghanistan POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Afghanistan, or email afghanistan@invictusgames2016.org

The Australia Defense Force has nearly 60,000 active personnel and a further 40,000 active and standby reserve forces. While small, it remains the largest military in Oceania. Australian troops have fought alongside Great Britain for decades and were part of the original coalition of nations to send troops to Iraq in 2003. The Australian military also fought in Afghanistan. To reach the Australia POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Australia, or email australia@invictusgames2016.org

Canadian forces were an ally to Great Britain during the First and Second World Wars and have been committed to multilateral military action since. Canadian troops were part of the war in Afghanistan and contributed to the rebuilding of Iraq after the 2003 invasion by the US-led coalition. There are around 68,000 Regular Force and 51,000 Reserve Force personnel across the Army, Navy and Air Force. To reach the Canada POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Canada, or email canada@invictusgames2016.org

Danish soldiers have participated in UN missions since 1948, the year before Denmark became a NATO member. Danish forces have been engaged in UN and NATO missions; Denmark sent troops to Afghanistan in 2001 and has been part of the International Security Assistance Force since, working closely with the UK. Denmark employs approximately 20,000 service personnel. To reach the Denmark POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Denmark, or email denmark@invictusgames2016.org

Estonia has been a full member of NATO since 2004 and has engaged in numerous peacekeeping missions including in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia and Kosovo. Estonia also takes part in the EU anti-piracy mission off the coast of Somalia. To reach the Estonia POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Estonia, or email estonia@invictusgames2016.org

France and Great Britain have a long history of military cooperation on matters of international security. In 2010 they signed two defense co-operation treaties that include joint training and the sharing of aircraft carriers. The French Armed Forces number more than 220,000. French troops were deployed to Afghanistan in 2001. To reach the France POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, France, or email france@invictusgames2016.org

The Georgian Armed Forces were established in 1991 after independence was declared from the former Soviet Union, and have been participating in international peacekeeping missions since 1999, joining the US-led coalition forces in Iraq and the International Security Assistance Force operation in Afghanistan. Georgia’s military consists of approximately 37,000 active personnel. To reach the Georgia POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Georgia, or email georgia@invictusgames2016.org

Great Britain and Germany have maintained a close alliance in the last half of the Twentieth Century. Recently, German troops were deployed to Afghanistan after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. Germany currently has around 200,000 service personnel. To reach the Germany POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Germany, or email germany@invictusgames2016.org

The Iraqi Armed Forces are the military forces of the Government of Iraq. They consist of the Iraqi Army, the Iraqi Air Force, and the Iraqi Navy. To reach the Iraq POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Iraq, or email iraq@invictusgames2016.org

A founding nation of NATO and the EU, Italy is engaged in NATO transformation processes and many of the European Defense initiatives. In order to protect national security, Italian Armed Forces have deployed to many international assistance operations. The Italian military is currently leading UN troops in Lebanon, NATO in Kosovo, EUTM in Somalia and the Naval Force EU Atlanta. To reach the Italy POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Italy, or email italy@invictusgames2016.org

The Jordanian Armed Forces, also referred to as the Arab Army, with all of its branches, is under direct control of the King of Jordan who is the Commander-in-Chief. With approximately 110,000 members, it is considered to be among the most professional in the region, and is seen as particularly well trained and organized. Jordanian forces have been integral to The Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), founded in the mid-1990s, focusing on both internal security in support of the Middle East peace process and border security. To reach the Jordan POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Jordan, or email jordan@invictusgames2016.org

The Dutch have worked alongside Great Britain and other nations during operations in Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. The Netherlands deployed troops and aircraft to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom where they took part in combat operations alongside British and Canadian forces. The Dutch Armed Forces have approximately 50,000 active personnel. To reach the Netherlands POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, Netherlands, or email netherlands@invictusgames2016.org

New Zealand’s military has fought alongside British military personnel for decades and is also involved in peacekeeping and observer missions, employing nearly 14,000 people. This includes 8,000 Regular Force, 2,200 Reserve Force, and 2,000 civil staff members across the Navy, Army and Air Force. Troops were sent to Afghanistan in 2001 and took part in operations to rebuild Iraq after the 2003 US-led invasion. To reach the New Zealand POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, New Zealand, or email newzealand@invictusgames2016.org

British troops played a key role in the 2001 deployment to Afghanistan and joined the United States in the 2003 deployment to Iraq. The British military also enforced a UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya. There are more than 200,000 active personnel in the British military and about 180,000 reservists. The country is close with the US and European nations and has the second largest military in the EU. To reach the United Kingdom POC (point-of-contact) via email, click on the following link, United Kingdom, or email unitedkingdom@invictusgames2016.org

The United States Armed Forces has more than two million members. The US and Great Britain have continued their close alliance over the past decade through engagements in Afghanistan and Iraq. Together, their commitment to and promotion of adaptive sports opportunities encourage wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans to lead more fulfilling, productive, and inspiring lives.

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Sunday: 08 May
  • Track and Field Heats
  • Sitting Volleyball Pool Games
  • Archery Prelims

  • 1/3 Sitting Volleyball Pool Games
  • Opening Ceremony

Monday: 09 May
  • Powerlifting Finals
  • Cycling Finals
  • Rowling Finals

  • Archery Finals

Tuesday: 10 May
  • Track and Field
  • Sitting Volleyball Semi Finals

  • Sitting Volleyball
    (Gold and Bronze Medal Matches)

Wednesday: 11 May
  • Cycling Finals
  • Wheelchair Rugby Semi Finals
    Wheelchair Tennis Semi Finals

  • Wheelchair Rugby
    (Gold and Bronze Medal Matches)

Thursday: 12 May
  • Wheelchair Tennis Semi Finals
    Wheelchair Basketball Semi Finals
  • Wheelchair Basketball
    (Gold and Bronze Medal Matches)

  • Closing Ceremony

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