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)
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 athttp://www.answerblip.com/faqabout/war-trivia
list of presidents of US since 1950
Great Britain and Russia
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Currently (May 11, 2014) the US is not involved in any declared wars, and hasn't been since August, 1945. The only active conflict is the ongoing "war on terror", in which American soldiers and airmen are fighting Islamic terrorists in Yemen, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The US has fought no major wars since Vietnam.
Yes, its a full member since 1945.
The US has maintained presence in South Korea since 1945.
1. WWI (1914-1918)-US & Britain 2. WWII-US & Britain
initially in 1945 many have been made since
Germany and Japan respectively.
The US Supreme Court has made thousands of decisions since 1945. Please be more specific.
A list of all of the US presidents since the 1900s can be found online at places like US President Election. This list begins with George Washington and ends currently (2014) with Barrack Obama.
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Collectors, since they haven't been printed since 1945 and the government has been actively removing them from circulation since 1969.
In 1914-1918, America fought against the German Empire and Austria-Hungary. In 1941-1945, the belligerents were Nazi Germany, and the Japanese Empire.
For the United States: The US Civil War 1861-1865, WWII (US Entry) 1941-1945, and WWI (US Entry) 1917-1918.
There have no declared US wars since the end of WW2.