How many US troops have served in Iraq from March 2003 to March 2008?
According to <a href=http://www.usatoday.com/news/military/2007-11-22-braininjuries_N.htm"> this article, the answer is 1,500,000 troops have served in Iraq, up until the day it was written 11/23/2007.
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GLOBAL Casualties of the Iraq War THIS LINK SHOWS HOW MUCH WE ALL suffers FROM THIS BLOODY GLOBAL TERROR WAR http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casualties_of_the_Iraq_War GO TO USA PART THE numbers are enormous and terrifying GOD BLESS all of our SOLDIER Overseas moni from new york the taleban wi…ll kill us all ( Full Answer )
Total US troops in Iraq are 49700 (24 August2010). The troop deployment details up to 2009 is given at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-National_Force_-_ Iraq -
Given the battles between warring factions there, and continued incitements by Iran, the US continues to fight destabilizing armed groups in the country. Despite popular elections and reduced terrorism, the military of the US has more to do before reducing its role in favor of Iraqi forces. Iraq …is still unstable and a unilateral withdrawal would mean dire consequences for the civilian population, and could encourage direct action by Iran. The country needs to have a popular leadership and a stable political structure to resist the influence of the many radical elements in the region. ( Full Answer )
I don't believe they will be out by Christmas or anytimes soon because it would be too much of a shock especially for Iraq. Obviously things would be better because families would be reunited and what not however would Iraq retaliate? And as much bad as we are causing over there...we are also part…ly holding up their government. If we pulled our troops suddenly then the Middle East would be vulnerable to a tyrant or dictatorship and go through all the wrong processes without the American back bone to reconstitute their government. ( Full Answer )
People are still dying, but this is the most up to date estimate (22nd November 2007). The estimated civilian death toll is now 77,333 - 84,250. Military Fatalities: By Time PeriodPeriod US UK Other Total Avg/Day Days 6 790 43 9 842 2.82 299 5 933 32 20 985 2.39 412 4 715 13 18 746 2.35 318 3… 580 25 27 632 2.93 216 2 718 27 59 804 1.9 424 1 140 33 0 173 4.02 43Total 3876 173 133 4182 2.44 1712 See: Iraq Coalition casualty count - http://icasualties.org/oif/ Iraq Body Count - www.iraqbodycount.org ( Full Answer )
to have won a victory on Union soil. to win that battle was a HUGE stepping stone for the Confederacy. ++G WAS HERE++
What tactics did the colonist use against the british troops on their march back from concord to Boston?
The colonists used tactic we would now call guerrilla warfaretactics. They thought of their tactics as doing what worked whenfighting the Native Americans, who also fought that way. . The colonists hid behind trees and stones and waited for theBritish troops. Then the colonists would fire and retre…at a smallbit, then fire again and repeating this many times. Around 1500 outof 5000 British troops were killed and only around 100 of thecolonies were shot. ( Full Answer )
As of 14th April 2008 the offical American wounded count for the ENTIRE conflict in Iraq is 29,627. The real count may be higher.... Check out:. http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/. Which may or may not be accurate...
Including both start date and end date from march 14 2008 to april11 2009 totally 394 days have been present.
\nWestern Easter is in March, but Orthodox Easter is in April this year (2008).\n. \nThe Easter date is determined by four main factors. The first two have been established by Apostolic canon, making them binding, and the last two have been established by church tradition.\n. \nThe West no longer …keeps the requirement for Easter to be after the Jewish Passover (see point No. 2 below), and that is why Western Christians had their Easter on 23 March this year.\n. \nThe Easter date is set according to the Julian or Old Calendar and this date must be:\n. \n1) after the Vernal (Spring) Equinox, and 2) after the Jewish Passover, and 3) with the first full moon in Spring, and 4) on a Sunday after 21 March.\n. \nSo Orthodox Easter in 2008 is on 27 April.\n. \n. \nÂ ( Full Answer )
Compare the two recent wars in the Persian Gulf What factors distinguish the war in 1991 from the US invasion of Iraq in March 2003?
The Persian Gulf War of 1991 was in response to Iraqi soldierskilling innocent people. The United States invaded Iraq in March of2003 to look for nuclear weapons that were not supposed to be beingbuilt.
Casualties in Iraq The Human Cost of Occupation Edited by Margaret Griffis :: Contact. American Military Casualties in Iraq Date Total In Combat . American Deaths Since war began (3/19/03): 4106 3346 . Since "Mission Accomplished" (5/1/03) (the list). 3967 3238 . Since C…apture of Saddam (12/13/03): 3645 3040 Since Handover (6/29/04): 3247 2713 Since Election (1/31/05): 2669 2450 American Wounded Official Estimated Total Wounded: 30333 23000 - 100000 . Latest Fatality June 24, 2008 . http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/ ( Full Answer )
To take away the weapons of the Massachusetts militia and arrest the leaders. The leaders were Sam Adams and John Hancock. The weapons were held at Concord.
929, but you may want to have someone check my math. The buttons on the calculator i was using were a bit hard to press.
The total number of days between Tuesday, November 11th, 2008and Monday, March 23rd, 2009 is 132days .
What tatics did the colonists use against the British troops on their march back from Concord to Boston?
They ambushed the retreating British forces and fought covering themselves in the woods and behind stone walls using a tactic like a guerrilla warfare.
There are 31 days in the month of March. There are 24 x 60 = 1440 minutes in one day. Therefore, March 2008 contained 1440 x 31 = 44640 minutes.
There are several events in history that a group came to power or exerted their power over a reigning leader by marching to their seat of power and protesting or initiating a coup. Benito Mussolini and his followers marched on Rome which lead to him being selected a the leader of Italy. The Communis…ts in China also marched to rally the population around them. The even was labeled a "march" as this seems to sound better in their propaganda. In realilty, it was a protest or a strike or a coup. ( Full Answer )
the day travis, my beloved 20 year old cat died. may he forever rest in peace, my little garfield.. sincerely -A
The total number of days between Tuesday, August 26th, 2008 andThursday, March 26th, 2009 is 212days .
As of this date, September 3, 2010, there are approximately 50,000 members of the Armed Forces remaining in Iraq.
There were sixteen million Americans in uniform in WWII. This was ten per cent of the population at the time, and the maximum it was believed an industrial nation could put into the military before hurting industrial production. Over eight million were in the US Army, and over three million more wer…e in the US Army Air Force (the Air Force did not become an independent branch of the service until 1947). Over three million were in the US Navy, and over 700,000 were in the US Marine Corps. ( Full Answer )
Uniformity, organization and tradition. An unorganized military is an ineffetive military. It is also a separation between rank and unit.
1. People that have been affected by the operation; parents, relatives, or friends of someone that is in the service. 2. People that fear an escalation of violence; or because Southwest Asia is the region of biblical history, and these people fear the end of the world (an Armageddon). 3. Professio…nal protesters (like professional mourners who are paid to attend funerals). 4. Although many people don't like to hear it; many protesters are just plain bored, and need some excitement in their lives, and possibly gain an opportunity to get on television (make the news) or get published in the newspaper, etc (gain some notoriety). ( Full Answer )
Yes, the withdrawel process and the logistics involved will more than likely take until 2011 until our forces have fully withdrawn. UPDATE: No. All US troops have been withdrawn as of December 16, 2011.
Including the start and end date in the calculation, there are 481 days between November 21, 2008 and March 17, 2010.
bush told u.s troops to invade Iraq about 2000 troop invaded Iraq on march 3 2003
Inclusive of the dates given there are 480 days, or 478 days not including the dates given.
The forces that invaded Iraq in march 2003 for Operation Iraqi Freedom was a combination of troops from many countries. The Multinationals Force Iraq as it was called consisted of troops from these nations. . The United States . Great Britain . Australia . Poland . Albania . Denmark . Spain… After the Invasion many other nations deployed troops to Iraq via the United Nations. A full list can be found by clicking on the Wikapedia link below under related links. ( Full Answer )
One answer is that, there having been no good reason for the US to have invaded Iraq in the first place, there is no good reason for keeping US troops there now, especially given that their presence in a Muslim land is a great recruiting tool for al Quaeda, Hamas and other terrorist groups. Defender…s of the idea of keeping US troops in Iraq might argue that, having "broken" the country, we have a moral duty to help put it back together, and that US presence in Iraq will cause neighbors such as Syria and Iran to think twice about sponsoring terrorism. ( Full Answer )
If you saw the 1942 Casablanca film, then here's the answer: The Germans marched into Paris on June 14, 1940.
Currently in the country of Iraq there is about 200,000 troops currently stationed in Iraq. There was about 1 Million until recently when a large number of troops were pulled from Iraq.
March 6, 2009 was 180 days after September 8, 2008, a period of 181 days including those two days. Months are not a fixed number of days, but using the months as given, it is 5 months and 26 days (Sept 8 to Feb 8 and 26 more days). This includes 23 days in September, 31 days in October, 3…0 days in November, 31 days in December, 31 days in January, 29 days in February, and 6 days in March. (see the related link) ( Full Answer )
the british troops marched on lexington and concord because that's where the 70 armed minutemen waited.That's also where the Boston massacre happened.
They destroyed farms and wrecked railroads, to impede the Confederate war-effort. They were told that violence against the person was strictly forbidden, and most of the abuses were not carried out by his troops but by lawless mounted hooligans ("bummers") who rode alongside the army for opportunit…ies to commit vandalism and enjoy some of the free food and plunder. ( Full Answer )
Including the start and end dates in the calculation, there are 1126 days between the two dates.
There are around 47,000 troops in Iraq, this statistic was from November 30, 2010 so it is not 100% accurate, but pretty close.
Including the start and end dates in the calculation, there are 1079 days between the two dates.
It was just a coincidence. The reason why France attacked Libya is because they are part of the UN and the UN declared war on Libya for ignoring the cease fire commands from the UN and massacering/ mutilating innocent civilians. Thanks for the answer. My thought was that perhaps because France was …not onboard with the U.S. invasion of Iraq, that France was sending a message to the U.S. and Britain that "when the cause is just, you can count on France to be the first to cross the proverbial line drawn in the sand (Lt. Col. Travis - Alamo 1836). ( Full Answer )
Allof the troops that were in Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Noth and South Carolina. In other words, Tens of thousands.
Four had March birthdays : Jackson (15th) Madison (16th) , Cleveland(18th) , Tyler (29th) .
He fled, but was later captured hiding in Iraq eight months after the war began.
There is no definitive answer to this - only theories. There was the claim that Iraq was building weapons of mass destruction. The Bush administration later abandoned that claim, and didn't offer anything in its place.
Thousands. Almost every university has a marching band. Almost all high schools have marching bands--even in cities of less than 3,000 people. Nancy
There is still an insurgency going on in Iraq, but all foreign solders withdrew by December 16, 2011.
Their task was to capture John Hancock and and Samuel Adams and destroy the military depot established by the Continental Congress there.
Most objective sources have placed the total at between 84 and 90, and one source has said 95 days. This is still far fewer vacation days than some other recent presidents (most notably George W. Bush) took at this point in their presidency, but slightly more than a couple of presidents, including …Bill Clinton. It should be noted that internet claims that Mr. Obama has taken the most vacation days of any president are false, as are the claims that he spent more money on vacation than any other president. Such claims are usually expressed by partisans on talk shows, and have no evidence to support them. ( Full Answer )
On March 7, 1936, Hitler's military forces entered the Rhineland. This violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, agreed to at the end of World War I. Under that Treaty, although the Rhineland was still part of Germany, it was required to be a demilitarized zone, to provide a buffer between the… armies of Germany and the countries of Western Europe, such as France and Belgium, which had suffered greatly in the First World War. More than 32,000 German soldiers and armed policemen crossed into the Rhineland, yet the then-powers of Western Europe, France and England, took no action against this violation of the Treaty. ( Full Answer )
From the day the question is being answered, the 31st of December2013, it is 2,102 days.
The US , and South Korea , began troop withdrawals from SouthVietnam in March 1973 as part of President Nixon's plan for"Vietnamization" .