Iraq War

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Iraq War:

see under Persian Gulf WarsPersian Gulf Wars,
two conflicts involving Iraq and U.S.-led coalitions in the late 20th and early 21st cent.

The First Persian Gulf War, also known as the Gulf War, Jan.–Feb.
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The strategy and tactics of the Iraq campaign are traced in chapter which pair vintage black and white photos with color illustration, lively military descriptions of particular battles, and overviews of issues.
Al-Qaeda has increasingly used the Iraq campaign as a lightning rod for its followers in video and audio tapes issued to the news media.
All the Red Caps received from the Government was the Iraq Campaign Medal - the lowest possible recognition.
In Italy opponents of the Iraq campaign last month held a mass rally attended by tens of thousands of demonstrators.
He does not ask, for example, what the impact of the Iraq campaign has been on US relations with its allies or the response of the American public to the war.
One should remember, however, that the Iraq campaign lasted for over a decade, a time that allowed Washington to prepare all the pretexts to topple Saddam Hussain", Kabalan noted, adding: "Many in Damascus believe that the Bush administration will not take that much time to embrace the notion of a change in regime.
His Iraq campaign was marred by flawed decision making.
Mr Blair believes victory by a Democrat critic of the war over Republican Mr Bush would reflect on his premiership as a rejection of the Iraq campaign.
Reg Keys has accepted the Iraq Campaign Medal posthumously awarded to his lance corporal son Tom (below), who was killed in an ambush in Al Majar Al Kabir
Their families received the Iraq Campaign Medal in their honour following a service.
Their families also received the Iraq Campaign Medal in their honour at the ceremony on Saturday.
Had the Iraq campaign occurred during the Cold War, there would have been an "iron mountain" of stockpiled track to draw upon.