List of us wars since 1945?
For the US: Korean War (1950-1953); Vietnam War (1961-1975): 1. Operation Urgent Fury-Grenada (1983) 2. Operation Just Cause-Panama (1989) 3. Operaton Desert Storm-Iraq (January and Febuary 1991) 4. Operation Restore Hope-Somalia (1993) 5. Operations in Europe-Bosnia (1990's) 6. Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan (2001-present) 7. Operation Iraqi Freedom-Iraq (2003-present)
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From 1945-2001 there were 194 conflicts or wars. War is very broad term, it can include great power wars, civil wars, genocides, terrorism, humanitarian intervention, inter-et…hnic wars and could even include the Mexican Drug War. Carl von Clausewitz defined war "War is thus an act of force to compel our enemy to do our will."
Bill Clinton and Barack Obama had no military service. George W. Bush saw his only service in Texas Air National Guard. FDR , who died in 1945, did not serve in Uniform b…ut he was the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for 7 years. The others all had military service, most of them in World War II.
Answer 1 There are several Arab-Israeli Wars which each have their own causes. Additionally, the Conflict in General has a number of root causes. Please find a number of Rel…ated Questions below relating to this varied issues. A basic line-up is below: There are numerous Conflicts and Quasi-Conflicts in the Arab Israeli Conflict. Arab-Israeli War of 1947-1949 Neutral Name: Arab-Israeli War of 1948 Israeli Name: Israeli War of Independence Arab Name: Nakba (Great Catastrophe) Cause: Jews intended to establish a Jewish State in the borders granted by UN Resolution 181 and the Arabs did not intend for such a state to exist. Arab-Israeli War of 1956 Neutral Name: Suez Crisis Israeli Name: Sinai War Arab Name: The War of Tripartite Aggression Cause: Egypt blocked Israeli shipping through the Suez Canal when it nationalized the canal. This nationalization also caught the ire of the British and the French who joined Israel in the fight. Arab-Israeli War of 1967 Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: Six-Day War Cause: Egypt blocked the Israeli outlet to the Red Sea, the Straits of Tiran in violation of international law. Israel attacked Egypt to regain control. Israel also retaliated against Jordan and Syria once those countries began attacking Israel. Arab-Israeli War of 1967-1970 Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: War of Attrition Cause: Egyptians tried to weaken Israeli resolve to hold the Sinai Peninsula by attacking Israeli positions in a way that would not merit a full-scale retaliation. Arab-Israeli War of 1973 Neutral Name: Arab-Israeli War of 1973 Israeli Name: Yom Kippur War Arab Name: Ramadan War, October War Cause: Egypt and Syria wished to regain lands lost in the Arab-Israeli War of 1967. Lebanese Civil War 1975-1982 (Israeli involvement from 1981-1982) Neutral Name: Lebanese Civil War Israeli Name: First Lebanon War Arab Name: Lebanese Civil War Cause: The War was primarily not an Israeli conflict, but an internal Lebanese struggle. However, militants from Lebanon attacked Israel in 1981 and 1982, prompting an Israeli military response. Palestinian Intifadas (Uprisings) of 1987-1993 and 2000-2005 Neutral Name, Israeli Name, and Arab Name: First & Second Intifadas Cause: Palestinian dissatisfaction with the Israeli Martial Law in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. 2006 Lebanon War Neutral Name: 2006 Lebanon War, Israel-Hezbollah War Israeli Name: Second Lebanon War, War with Hezbollah Arab Name: July War, Israeli-Invasion of Lebanon Cause: Hezbollah conducted a cross-border raid and absconded with two Israeli soldiers. Israel entered Lebanon to pursue Hezbollah. Gazan War of 2008-2009 Neutral Name: Gazan War of 2008-2009 Israeli Name: Operation Cast Lead Arab Name: Gaza Massacre Cause: Hamas fired rockets into Israel, prompting an Israeli attack on Hamas militants in Gaza. Gazan War of 2012 Neutral Name: Gazan War of 2012 Israeli Name: Operation Pillar of Cloud/Pillar of Defense Arab Name: Operation Stones of Shale Cause: Hamas fired rockets into Israel, prompting an Israeli attack on Hamas militants in Gaza.
Since 1945 there have been only two wars fought by the Superpowers: Korean War & Vietnam War. During the cold war 1945-1990; there were dozens of local wars NOT involving the …superpowers: The Communist Chinese Revolution that created Red China & Taiwan in 1949 (the 1917 Russian Revolution created the Soviet Union), the French Indo-China War (1st Indochina War) was inspired by communism, but did not directly involve the superpowers (US/Soviets/Red China), Arab-Israeli Wars, Pakistan-Indian War, Uprising in the Belgium Congo, the end White rule in South Africa (Apartheid) to include Rhodesia, Insurrections in Santo Domingo, Communist inspired insurrections in Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.. The end of the Vietnam War in 1975 and the end of the Cold War in 1990; brought the rise of "Military Operations.". 1. Operation Urgent Fury-Invasion of Grenada (1989). 2. Operation Just Cause-Panama (1989). 3. Operation Desert Shield (Build up of military forces in 1990); Operation Desert Storm-opening of hostilities in Iraq (1991). 4. Operation Restore Hope-Somalia (1993). 5. Bosnia Operations mid-1990's. 6. Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan (2001-ongoing). 7. Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003-ongoing)
Nuclear Weapons are highly destructive weapons that can wipe entire citites of the face of the earth. The use of such a weapon is both inhuman and pointless, as the entire rea…son you go to war is to secure territory and what use is it if the entire area has become a radioactive and extremely hazardous Wasteland?. Nuclear Weapons are highly destructive weapons that can wipe entire cities of the face of the earth. The use of such a weapon is both inhuman and pointless, as the entire reason you go to war is to secure territory and what use is it if the entire area has become a radioactive and extremely hazardous Wasteland?
list of presidents of US since 1950
well we now own the Volkswagen beetle which came from Hitler in Germany
One of the changes in the US since 1945 is that?
Not sure about the answer but there is some great war trivia I found at http://www.answerblip.com/faqabout/war-trivia
Israel did NOT become a state until 1948, so the first Battle was the in 1967, then there have been several , every time they get attacked they will fight back, no matter who …fires at them, they have the brains and man power to keep their country safe from harm, every able bodied man or woman will do a stint in the Armed Forces, this being said, some of these surrounding countries will try and provoke them into wars, to try and make them retaliate, we can only wonder.
William Jefferson Clinton, received draft deferment for Vietnam Barack Hussein Obama
In World War 2
News worthy ones: Korea, Vietnam, Middle East (Southwest Asia). After Vietnam, the Middle East, and the end of the cold war: Only military campaigns occurred (Operations). T…he Middle East wars all occurred DURING the Vietnam War (at the same time as the Viet War).
We have an African American as President and the first latina on the highest court
Since the end of WW2 in 1945 Australia has been involved in numerous conflicts The Korean War 1950-53 (Also called the forgotten war) . Australia provides 77 RAAF, the 3rd B…attalion . 1,500 Australian casualties . Major Battles by Australia- Battle of Kapyong Valley - Battle of Imjin River The Malayan Emergency 1950-60 (Australias longest military commitment in history) . Australia provides air and infantry forces . 66 Australian casualties . Major Battles by Australia- Operation Termite The Indonesian Confrontation 1963-66 . Australia provides the 3rd Battalion . 29 Australian casualties . Major Battles by Australia- Naval Battle in Singapore Strait The Vietnam War 1962-75 (Longest military involment in any war) . Over 60,000 Australians served during the war . 3521 Australian casualties . Major Battles by Australia- Battle of Long Tan The First Gulf War 1990-91 . Several naval frigates, a number of Australian military and aid personnel . No Australian casualties . No significant battles but many minor operations The East Timorese Crises 1999-03 . Australia provides 4,400 soldiers . 2 Australian casualties . No significant battles but many operations The Iraq War 2003-09 . Australia provides 2,000 troops with navy and air support . No Australian casualties . Major Battles by Australia- Battle of Route Bismarck - Battle of Al Rumaythah The Afghanistan War 2001- Present . Australia provides 1,500 troops . Present casualties as of 2011 29 dead and many wounded. . Major Battles by Australia- Battle of Chora - Battle of Derapet So over the course of these wars there have been 5147 Australian casualties. There are however many smaller peace-keeping missions which have stirred small conflicts but arent known about much. I hope this was what you were looking for!!
There have been 13,446 recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross, far too many to list here. See the link below for cross referenced lists. Perhaps you mean the Distingu…ished Service Cross, or DSC. Lists can be found in Department of Defense General Orders. The Distinguished Service Cross list for Vietnam, along with the Navy Cross and the Air Force Cross, is listed in the back of the book "Stolen Valor" by B.G. Burkett. Or he might have meant the DSO, the Distingushed Service Order, awarded to 870 RAF officers in WW2. Not everyone's American ya know (edit)