What country was US marines sent to in 1982?
Beirut , Lebanon .
By the end of the war, approximately 2,594,000 US Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Coast Guardsmen had served IN COUNTRY, in the Vietnam War. By the end of the war, approximately 2,594,000 US Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Coast Guardsmen had served IN COUNTRY, in the Vietnam War.
In the 1950s and 1960s Eisenhower and Kennedy sent US soldiers to South Vietnam. In 1965 President Johnson sent the US Marines.
The African government was probably grateful that a civilized nation was able and willing to bring some sort of law and order to the country.
United States Marines were sent March 8, 1965.
Eisenhower, Kennedy, LBJ, Nixon, Ford; all sent US forces to the war. Nixon sent replacements, Ford sent replacements and US Marines.
The class of soldiers sent to Vietnam was the Marines,Army,and, the Special Ops
Take it you mean US Marines? There were South Viet & South Korean (ROK) marines in country also. 391,000 US Marines served in South Vietnam, nearly 15,000 of them died there.
Johnson sent in the Marines. Prior to that moment in time, the US was providing "advisors", technical and intelligence support, logistics and training specialists. The Marines were sent in to provide protection for those services. The US commitment was sealed at that moment in time.
You can find Marines in any country the US has an Embassy. The Marines provide security for all of the US Embassies, including Bolivia. There has been no deployment there.
The Cubans put missles in the dominican republic, and sent troops there. So we went to fight communism
US President Ronald Reagan sent US troops to Beirut, Lebanon on 20 Aug 1982.
US Marines were stationed in I Corps in South Vietnam. The US Army covered II, III, and IV Corps. The Army also fought alongside the Marines in I Corps during the intense fighting for Hue during TET 1968 and the Army's First Cavalry Division was sent to Khe Sanh to liberate the Marines under seige there.
United States Marines. Most likely named this to show pride for the country and to also show where they are from. It shows nationalism.
President Ford had to send in US Marines and US Sailors to help evacuate Saigon in April 1975.
Probably the US Army. The US Air Force didn't exist; the US Marines are (or were) naval infantrymen and didn't even have medics (the US Navy supplied the marines with "Corpsmen"); the US Navy was busy manning ships.
In 1965 President Johnson sent in the US Marines.
Approximately 2,594,000 US Servicemen served in country during the Vietnam War. 1,736,000 were US Army 391,000 were US Marines 293,000 were US Airmen 174,000 were US Sailors (this figure includes the US Coast Guard)
In 1965 President Johnson sent in the US Marines who landed with tanks. These were the first regular combat troops sent in, thus widening the war.
If it's a shore based enemy...the Marines are sent in. If it's a 100% land battle far from the ocean...then it's the army's jurisdiction. Un-officially...the Marines have had a tougher duty by the very nature of securing hostile beach-heads. Consequently, their training (used to be) legendary for toughness. Translation: US Marines "used" to be the equivalent of "shock troops" in the US military...the toughest US fighting men alive.
I believe you are referring to when the Army Blackhawk Helicopters went down in October of 1993 in Mogadishu, Somalia. They were not Marines.
Russia sent a dog before the US sent chimps.
Yes because if the Marines come home the Afghanistan people could get angry and backfire because we destroyed a lot of their country.
US Marines were withdrawn from Lebanon. The marines were withdrawn from Lebanon A+ answer The Marines were withdrawn from Lebanon
Woodrow Wilson sent marines to Latin America to protect the back door of the United States. There was a chance that Germany might invade the US from the South.
the marines protect us from the air
Tough question, and not designed to improve Anglo-American relations, so I'll have a Walfdorf Salad and say that both are very tough, and I would not want to get on the bad side of either. The US Marines are a much larger unit than the UK Royal Marines, but the US is a much larger country, so it may come out much the same in terms of individual toughness.
Approximately 2,594,000 US Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Soldiers were sent to South Vietnam. Approximately 3,403,100 servicemen served thru-out Southeast Asia during the war.
Last US Soldiers may have left the country in 1973; but the last US Airmen, US Marines, and US Sailors left it in April 1975.
Approximately 2,594,000 US Sailors, US Airmen, US Marines, US Coast Guardsmen, and US Soldiers served in country (in South Vietnam itself). Approximately 3,403,100 US Sailors, US Airmen, US Marines, US Coast Guardsmen, and US Soldiers served in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.
There were about 100 KIA's in each country (For the Navy Seals). But for marines, there were about 1,000 in each country.
the nickname given to the US Marines is Jarhead
Approximately 391,000 US Marines served in the Vietnam War; approximately 14,838 US Marines died in Vietnam.
There are over 200,000 active US Marines and an additional 40,000 on reserve.
There were 241 US servicemen killed, an additional 58 French servicemen, 6 civilians and the two suicide bombers on 23 October 1983 at the American Marine Barracks in Lebanon. The US Marines lost 220 men, the US Navy lost 18 and the US Army lost 3 men.
Pick your President: Truman gave financial and material support to the French. Eisnenhower sent in Military Advisors and Air America. Kennedy sent in the Green Berets. Johnson sent in the Marines, and Nixon added Laos and Cambodia to the battle.
The country that sent the most immigrants to the United States between 1830 and 1860 was Ireland.
No country other than the US has sent men to the moon, although some have sent unmanned space vehicles to the moon to take photographs.
Approximately 2,594,000 US Marines, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Coast Guardsmen, served "in country" during the Vietnam War.
You have to be a US citizen to join the US marines i think its actually permanent resident
Mexico has sent over about 5,000,000 immigrants throughout the 1900's.
Minimum height US marines
Nearly 15,000 US Marines were killed in Vietnam.
August 7, 1942 - the US Marines landed on Guadalcanal .
Make a choice between Truman who gave material and financial aid to France, Eisenhower who added advisers, intelligence support and Air America, Kennedy who sent in the Green Berets or Johnson who sent in the Marines.
None. The expected answer to this question is the US Marine Corps, established in 1775, a year before the US was established in 1776. The Continental Marines were formed in 1775 and disbanded after the war. Under the Articles of Confederation there were no Marines, and no US. The US was not established as a country until the signing of the Constitution in 1787, and the Navy Act of 1794 established the US Marines. Yet… Read More
During WWII and onward, normally large US Navy warships had a contingent of US Marines aboard, as part of the vessel's crew (Marines assigned to the warship). If any LARGE US Navy warships were in England, US Marines were probably present too.
how do marines help our nation
People interested in joining the Marines can visit their local recruitment office or request information online to be sent to their homes. Representatives from the Armed Forces also frequent local job and school fairs and interested people can receive information by attending them as well.
Nearly 15,000 US Marines were killed in the war.