Can the president order troops into battle?
He can and does from time to time. He has to ask Congress for funding if he wants a long-term military action.
The President must notify Congress within 48 hours when troops are being sent into battle.
The President has a duty to notify Congress if troops are sent to battle. This is outlined in the War Powers Act.
Yes, the President is the commander-in-chief of all US military forces and so can order military invention. Several U. S. Presidents in the past 50 years have sent Us troops to battle. In order for a long engagement to occur, the President has to get Congress to appropriate the funding to support it.
Yes, the President can order troops into war on drugs.
What effect did the 1964 joint resolution of congress have regarding the deployment of us troops to vietnam?
It authorized the president to send troops into battle
What battle led President Lincoln to conclude that the Civil War would take longer and require more troops than he had expected?
The Battle of Bull Run led President Lincoln to conclude that the Civil War would take longer and require more troops. The Union Army was defeated and it led President Lincoln to request the enlistment of additional troops.
war powers act
Ulysses Sympson Grant who, at the time of the battle of Third Battle of Chattanooga was the commander of the Union Army of Cumberland and that of Tennessee, which fought that battle.
He called for additional troops.
600,343 troops were in the battle
battle of shiloh
how many troops were involoved in both sides of the battle of Atlantic
The President of the United States can order the army into battle. He is known as the Commander in Chief.
In which battle did George Washingtons troops inflict heavy casualties on general Cornwallis's troops?
battle of priinceton
There were 2,400 british troops in the battle of Bunker Hill
In which battle did George Washington's troops inflict heavy casualties on general corwallis's troops?
battle of Princeton
In which battle did George Washington's troops inflict heavy casualties on General Cornwallis's troops?
battle of Princeton
Canadians fought in the Battle of Neuve Chapelle but not as Canadian troops, they were an extension of the British troops but the first time they fought as Canadian troops was at the battle of Somme.
to take off pressure of the battle at Verdun. To try to get German troops to there, so less troops will be at the battle of Verdun
Vicksburg is in the state of Mississippi, which joined the Confederacy. So its President was then Jefferson Davis. After it was liberated, it was occupied by Union troops, along with the whole of the Mississippi, so its president was effectively Abraham Lincoln.
American troops weren't involved in the Battle of El Alamein. The British troops were commanded by Bernard Montgomery.
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The British general that was leading troops during the Battle of Kaskaskia was William Howe. The British troops surrendered to General George Rogers Clark who led the American troops in this battle.
The War Powers Act requires the president to notify Congress within 48 hours of sending troops into a combat area. There are questions whether the Act is constitutional, and this has not been definitively answered by the Supreme Court.
Did president Johnson decide to send American troops into Vietnam during the battle at dien bien phu?
No , this decision came later during his presidency .
The British troops caused the battle because they brought in more troops and closed the ports.
338,000 troops were rescuedin the battle of dunkirk.
182 Texas troops
parallel to them
President Clinton sent troops to Haiti and Bosnia.
President Grover Cleveland order the use of U.S. Army troops during the Pullman Strike. He followed the advice of Attorney General Richard Olney, but only the President can order the use of federal troops.
The Battle of Zama .
No, only Congress can issue a war declaration. However, the President can send troops into battle under the auspices of a 'police action' which has little practical difference from bona fide war.
An exact number of troops is unknown. However evidence indicates that at the Battle of Hastings, William of Normandy had between 7,000 and 15,000 troops.
The British troops at El Alamein were commanded by Bernard Montgomery. To the best of my knowledge, there were no American troops in that particular battle.
The Union had around 95,000 troops and Confederates had 75,000 troops.
The British troops were led to the battle of the Long Island by General William Howe.
The troops in the Battle of Waterloo were the troops of the French empire on one site and the troops of the Seventh Coalition on the other. Nations and Empires contributing troops to the Seventh Coalition were: United kingdom Prussia United Netherlands Hanover Nassau Brunswick
Congress has the power to declare war from the Constitution. In 1973, Congress granted the President limited powers of sending troops into battle.
Grant paroled Pemberton's troops.
The union troops, were about 90,000 strong.
During the Battle of Trenton the American troops were led by General George Washington. The Hessians and British troops involved in this battle were led by Colonel Rahl.
When President Nixon took office there was approximately 536,100 American troops in Vietnam. President Nixon immediately started reducing the number of troops in Vietnam.
President Lincoln sent in troops from the North to help the southern troops stuck at the fort.
The British troops won the battle of Brandywine.
The British troops (Loyalists) won the battle
battle of Tippecanoe.
the battle was won by Oliver Cromwell and his troops
ANSWER The battle of Fredericksburg