No. The US has not participated in a declared war since WWII.
Iran & Iraq may have declared war on each other during their gulf war in 1980-1988.
United States declared war against Iraq on March 20th 2003.
War was not declared on Iraq. The military action against Iraq was the result of a UN resolution.
The last US declared war was WWII.
WW2 was the last declared war fought by the US.
War was not declared ON Iraq, but rather WITH Iraq on the war against terrorism.
Yes it is considered an "official" war. The war is not on Iraq but in Iraq. That is a note that shouldn't be confused.
Iraq is a law enforcement problem. NO NATION is at war with Iraq. The US was at war (was actually bombing North Vietnam with B-52's) North Vietnam. And don't bring up that point about "not being a declared war." The American Civil War wasn't declared either. Additionally, there hasn't been a US declared war since December 11, 1941 (when the US declared war on Germany & Italy).
As of 2012 there is no war between Iraq and the United States, declared or undeclared.
The US last declared war in December 1941.
WWII was the last US declared war.
No. The US is not at war with Afghanistan.
The last TOTAL war was WWII.
A preventative war is a war that is declared with the goal of preventing a much larger war outbreak in the near future. An example would be the Iraq War (if we assume that Iraq did have Weapons of Mass Destruction). Under the concept of preventative war, the Invasion of Iraq would have the goal of preventing a chemical or nuclear war started by Iraq in the near future.
The last US declared war was December 11, 1945.
Kuwiat was invaded by Iraq in the 1990s for oil purposes. The USA got involved and declared war on Iraq. this war was commonly knoown as Operation Desert Storm, the Gulf War, or the Persian Gulf War.
Iraq was generally considered the victor of the 1980-1989 Gulf War between Iran and Iraq.
Congress not only approved the war, but declared it, because the President does not have that power.
They declared war on the fledgling Jewish State.
The Iraq War aka the Occupation of Iraq, though it is not "officially" a declared war by the United States and is instead a military campaign. He also started/caused the Afghanistan war
Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003 to present) is a military operation (campaign). The last declared war fought by the US was WW2.
Technically, the "war on terrorism" is not a war. Bush never declared a war and he never got the approval of congress to go into Iraq.
The Iraq War has nothing to do with the United States Constitution. The war was not declared in defense of the Constitution, to help the Constitution, or to promote any vision of the Constitution. However, there is a debate as to whether the Iraq War is a legal War by the American Definition because there was no formal Declaration of War by Congress, which is required by the Constitution and subsequent Laws of the United States.
The War in Iraq is in Iraq is a tautology. The reason it is called the Iraq War is specifically because it is in Iraq.