Where were 241 US peacekeeping troops killed in terrorist bombing in 1983?
Beirut, Lebanon (220 Marines)
No, Osama bin Laden is a terrorist who was killed by US troops on May 1, 2011.
yes i think there were some casualties, especially in the 1983 terrorist bomb attack killed 241 American troops mostly marines.
In support of Nato's peacekeeping mission.
Where can you find information on Allied bombing over St. Loux France in 1944 where US Army troops were killed?
I've heard about it. A General was killed there. Check out onwar.com
Sending more troops to Japan's main land so most of them will be killed.+
What factor limits the ability of the United Nations to supply peacekeeping troops in the case of armed conflict?
Member nations must volunteer to provide the troops.
No. The Islamic Jihad Organization was a Shiite Militant group in Lebanon. Their deadliest attacks were in 1983, when they carried out bombing of the barracks of French and U.S. Multinational Force Peacekeeping Troops, and of the United States Embassy in Beirut using suicide truck bombings.
Israel bombed Lebanon. Or: Perhaps you are talking about the 1983 bombing of the Barracks that housed Marines and French Troops.
Yes, Qatar contributes troops to UNIFIL, the UN mission in Lebanon
March 19, 2003 was the advent of the war and bombing campaign of Gulf War 2.
He continued bombing raids
He was the mastermind behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks and on the FBIs most wanted list. It is reported that troops attempted to detain him but he fought back, resulting in a fire fight and his death.
20 American prisioners held in Hiroshima died in the nuclear bombing.
In the 1980s this country along with the US supplied peacekeeping troops to help control the problem of the PLO in Beirut?
All of the answers are correct.
6,644 U.S troops had been killed
br2003 :) lol this is the right answer. really it is
Bombing the enemy troops.
the bombing of Dresden achieved the stopping of weapon and equipment manufacture and stopped German troops being transported through the area.
The leader of Al Qaeda was a major terrorist threat for decades. He was the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks on the US. Fortunately he was killed on May 1, 2011 by US troops in Pakistan.
Troops were not killed in the Holocaust, but Jews 6 million died. ____ The Holocaust was genocide, not a war.
Canadian troops were sent as part of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) in 1964. Canada maintained a strong presence in Cyprus until 1993 when troops were withdrawn. In total, this spanned 29 years.
they used to call soldoers troops. like... listen up troops.. even if there are only 5 people.
he was killed at the Alamo by the Mexican troops. he was killed by Santa Anna
disease killed 2/3 of the troops
A trial was held for those British troops who killed the five colonist.
12,000 allied troops died that day.
August 16, 2010 I am not sure
There were 11 prisoners which died in the attack.
He was the Prime Minister of Britain, and during his term in office there would have been invasion troops from Britain involved in some conflicts, but he would not be regarded as a terrorist.
13,000 were killed
Back when Canada was a military powerhouse with the experience and troops to back up our words with actions we helped create the UN Peacekeeping force. As a result we have been active in most UN Peacekeeping missions, usually as the pointy end of the UN stick.
George W. Bush sent troops to Iraq and Afghanistan in response to the terrorist attacks in NY City and Washington.
The US troops
the comment troops are men who are like soliders They are the only ones who can limit the negative forces in the region, and prevent terrorist groups growing in the mideast or west
Nixon resumed bombing of North Vietnam to instill a threat upon the North Vietnamese. He removed the troops and increased bombings leaving the North Vietnamese to believe only one thing... that he was going to drop an atomic bomb. Nixon nor any U.S. president would drop an atomic bomb threatening the lives of U.S. troops. Therefore, by bombing North Vietnam, he was able to continue to fight against the North Vietnamese without using his ground… Read More
I've heard of UN peacekeeping troops referred to as 'knights in white armour' due to the colour of their vehicles. Not sure if this has any relevance.
The original reason for the United States sending troops into Afghanistan was to weed out terrorism, the Taliban in particular after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Heinkel He 110 - Tactical Bombing, Resupplying Troops Messerschmitt Me-109 - Main Fighter Plane Junkers Ju-78 Stuka - Blitzkrieg, Tactical Bombing
What occurred in 1770 that resulted in 5 colonists being shot and killed by british troops in Boston?
The colonials were killed in the Boston Massacre, after brawls between colonists and troops erupted into a riot.
200,000 German troops were killed or wonded and 200,000 captured
he was angry that U.S. troops were based in saudi arabia
about 425000 allied and German troops were killed.
It wasn't, but the pre-requisite for any armed conflict is always control of the air. You can then stop the enemy from bombing your troops and supplies and bomb his troops and supplies.
he killed himslef
over 16 million allied troops were killed over45 million allied civillians were killed over 8 Million axis troops were killed pver 4 million axid civilians were killed total of other 73 million deaths
Approx 383,800 British troops were killed during WW2.
Who was the most senior officer known to be killed by friendly fire in World War 2 and when and where was he killed?
It was an U.S Navy high Admiral that died by Friendly Fire in a bombing raid during Operation Cobra ,but i dont know the exact name. American General Leslie McNair, the commander of Army Ground Forces, was visiting Normandy and was killed by bombs mistakenly dropped on U.S. troops during Operation Cobra, the breakout from Normandy, in 1944. He was killed on July 24, 1944.
With a failure of bombing in the north, the American were forced to send in ground troops. Operation rolling thunder failed as the VC ( vietcong ) where well hiden in the tree canopies and so bombing was pointless.