U.S. Military Operations in the Middle East

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C.J. Chivers: ‘World War Three’ for Iraq: A Timeline

This is a timeline of U.S. military operations in the Middle East in chronological order.

March: U.S. Air Force pilots begin attacking Iraq’s air defenses.

April: A U.S. Apache attack helicopters takes out Saddam’s missile batteries near Baghdad.

May 16: Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi forces launch a surprise offensive on U.S. forces in the Kuwait

June: A U.S. Navy SEAL team assaults the key Iraqi oil town of Basra and destroys the port.

June: U.S. forces in Iraq are joined by British and Canadian troops.

July 7: Four U.S. military jets bomb Baghdad.

August: A U.S. F-16 fighter jets attacks Iraq’s largest radio and television facilities.

September: An Iraqi general named Qais Hussein orders Hussein’s soldiers to withdraw from the border area of Iran and Iraq.

September 9: U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen briefs the United Nations Security Council on Iraq.

September 11: An Air Force F-16 fighter takes off from an overseas base in response to the warning calls from a U.S. air controller.

September 13: The World Trade Center’s twin

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