Besides contributing money and materiel, many nations are sending military forces to the gulf. Here is a survey of deployments other than U.S. and Saudi forces:

Britain: An armored brigade of 6,000 troops and 120 heavy tanks; squadrons of Tornado, Jaguar and Phantom aircraft in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Oman, including some en route; refueling tankers; surface-to-air missile batteries; maritime patrol aircraft; minesweepers, frigates and destroyers. Britain will have 12,000 troops committed to the gulf within 3 1/2 weeks.

France: By the end of September plans a combined deployment, including units permanently stationed in Djibouti, of 13,000 men; 14 ships, including the aircraft carrier Clemenceau; 40 combat aircraft, including Mirage fighters; and 60 helicopters, including 30 antitank helicopters armed with HOT missiles.

Egypt: 5,000 men deployed to Saudi Arabia; more offered pending sea or airlift.

Syria: 3,000 troops to Saudi Arabia, 1,000 to United Arab Emirates; a division of between 10,000 and 15,000 offered.

Bangladesh: 5,000 troops.

Morocco: 1,200 men, a motorized infantry battalion.

Pakistan: 2,000 troops.

Canada: A squadron of CF-18 fighter aircraft, two destroyers and a supply ship; offer of airlift capacity for third-country ground forces to Saudi Arabia.

Italy: Eight Tornado combat aircraft; three frigates.

Belgium: A minesweeper, one command and logistical ship.

Denmark: One corvette, two sealift vessels, offered sealift to Egypt.

Greece: A frigate.

Netherlands: Two frigates.

Norway: Two coast guard ships, naval forces to the Atlantic to fill in for allies deployed to the gulf.

Portugal: A frigate to relieve NATO forces, permission for tanker basing in the Azores.

Spain: One frigate, two corvettes; a major transit point for U.S. aircraft.

Australia: Naval forces.