Two. Red Cloud's War and the Vietnam War. However, some consider Red Cloud's War as part of the Indian Wars, which the U.S. won.
the war of 1812 was also a losing war from the beginning and in the end. Barley any military support, 20 naval ships compared to Britain's 1000. America sent
We sent a peace offering to England which was signed as the Treaty of Ghent. It was the first Loss for the US. James Madison was the First sitting president to be in battle under fire. during the battle of Washington (DC), Madison took command of a militia artillery unit. He was forced to retreat with the unit during the battle.
the US began the war under Madison with no gains.
The war of 1812, declared against Britain over various grievances and fought to a draw, strengthened the U.S. was just that a draw.
Military History of the United States
American War of Independence = US Victory
Northwest Indian War = US Victory
Quasi War = US Victory
Barbary Wars = US Victory
Creek War = US Victory
War of 1812 = Stalemate/Status Quo Antebellum
Peoria War = US Victory
Seminole Wars = Indecisive
Black Hawk War = US Victory
Texas Revolution = Texan/US Victory
Mexican-American War = US Victory
American Civil War = US (Union) Victory
American Indian Wars = US Victory
Spanish-American War = US Victory
Philippine-American War = US Victory
World War One = Doesn't count since it had a limited participation, but fought O.K.
World War Two = US/Allied Victory (Accredited for solely defeating Japan, and to a smaller extent Germany and Italy)
Korean War = Stalemate
Bay of Pigs Invasion = US Defeat
Vietnam War = US Tactical/Military Victory, US Strategic/Political Defeat
Cambodian Campaign = US Victory
Invasion of the Dominican Republic = US Victory
Invasion of Grenada = US Victory
Invasion of Panama = US Victory
Cold War = US/NATO Victory
First Persian Gulf War/Desert Storm = US Victory
War in Somalia = US Victory
Iraq War = US Victory
The wars fought throughout the United States' history have been won, with the notable exception of a strategic and political defeat during the Vietnam War. The War on Terror is ongoing with no decisive outcome yet.
1. Frontier wars constantly until 1890 at the Battle of Wounded Knee. 2. Revolutionary War 1775-1783 3. War of 1812 4. Mexican War 1846-1848 5. US Civil War 1861-1865 (not a declared war) 6. Spanish-American War 1898 (lasted about 5 months) 7. Philippine Insurrection 1900-1902 (bloodier than the Spanish-War that spawned it). 8. WW1 1917-1918 9. WW2 1941-1945 10. Korean War 1950-1953 11. Vietnam War 1961-1975 12. Operation Urgent Fury-Grenada 1983 13. Operation Just Cause-Panama 1989 14. Operation Desert Storm-Irag (January and February 1991) 15. Operation Restore Hope-Somalia 1993 16. Operations in East Europe-(Kosovo/Bosnia-1995) 17. Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan 2001 to present 18. Operation Iraqi Freedom-Iraq 2003 to present
The only war u.s lost was the Vietnam war. However it was never really a war it was more of a "policing action".We were not at because congreeional they did not approval was not given if anyone lost it was the people of laso and Cambodia who under communist rule after the war
Vietnam War of course, Korean War was a Stalemate I believe, and that is all I can think of, I don't think we have entered to many wars we couldn't win. that would be stupid. There might be more, but out of all the ones I can remember we were in that is it.
One. It depends on your definition. The US won every battle in Vietnam but lost the war, but in other operations the US has taken a beating but prevailed in the end.
America has lost 5 wars
he won 46 wars in his life
they won 16
The North won and the South lost in both undeclared wars; US Civil War & Vietnam.
The North won in both un-declared wars; US Civil War & Vietnam. The South also lost in both wars. Both wars occurred in the 60s. Both wars had a US president assassinated. Both wars had a Vice President named Johnson take over the White House. Both wars had a USN Brown Water Navy. Both wars had a re-unification conflict (reunited American People) occurring in the 90s; (Spanish-American War of '98 & Desert Storm in '91).
he won 46 wars in his life
yes eh was the first president of the usa and he fought and won many wars for our independance our freedom
Henry won the wars of the roses
He won 37 wars.
at least 6
they won 16
Traditionally, France hasn't won that many wars (Napoleon excepted). Traditionally, the US has won all of theirs. Therefore, we went to Vietnam.
The clone wars were won by the Empire.
There are so many wars that Andrew Jackson was involved in. Some of the major wars include Second Seminole War, Napoleonic Wars, Creek War and Battle of New Orleans among others.
He won some of the wars for us.
sitting bull has won 4 wars before his death
Twice. Once in 1896 and then in 2004