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    F/A-18 Hornet
    C-135
    MQ-1 Predator
    A-10 Thunderbolt II
    C-130
    F-16 Fighting Falcon
    H-60

    Nuclear Aircraft Carriers
    B-1B Lancer
    F-15/E Eagle/Strike Eagle

    SUDAN

    C-17
    USAF & RAF C-17s are involved in evacuating civilians.
    CV-22
    December 21, 2013 - 3 CV-22s were damaged from ground fire and 4 US military personnel were wounded.

    SYRIA

    U.S. France Syria Russia
    Destroyers Frigate Frigates Missile Cruiser
    USS Mahan, USS Barry, USS Gravely, USS Ramage, USS Stout, USS William P. Lawrence1, USS Stockdale1, USS Shoup1 Chevalier Paul Al Assari, Al Hirasa Moskva
    Amphibious Transport Dock Ship   Missile Boats Guard Ship
    USS San Antonio   Osa I (8), Osa II (12), Tir II (10) Neustrashimy
    Aircraft Carrier   Patrol Craft Assault Landing Ship
    USS Nimitz1   Zhuk (8), MIG-S-1800 (6) Admiral Nevelsky
    Cruiser   Attack Helicopters Peresvet
    USS Princeton1   Mi-2 (10-20), Mi-24 (35-48), SA-342 (35) Minsk
    Fast Combat Support Ship   Fighters Novocherkassk
        Mig-21/25 (160-240), MiG-23/29 (135-225), Su-22/24 (80-110) Nikolai Filchenkov*
        Anti-Ship Missiles Rsconnaissance Ship
    USNS Rainier (T-AKE 7)1   C-802, P-5 Pyatyorka, P-15 Termit, K-300P Bastion-P, P-800 Yakhont (2), M1954 Priazovye
        Surface to Surface Missiles  
        R-11, R-17
    * Planned
    1 In the Red Sea.
    U.S.A. Russia
    Captain Osterhount, F/A-18 pilot, DCAD.
    Cmdr. Thomas Dickinson, commanding officer of the USS Barry (DDG 52) LtJG Bruce Carner
    Sonar Technician (Surface) 2nd Class Jacob Cooper, USS Ramage (DDG 61)
    Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jacob D. Moore, USS Ramage (DDG 61)
    Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Fuel) 1st Class Pangtang Yang, USS Nimitz (CVN 68)
    Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Eric M. Butler, USS Nimitz (CVN 68)
    Captain 1st Rank of the Guards Sergey Tronev, Captain of the Moskva.
    November 26, 2016 - Boubaker al-Hakim killed in a coalition airstrike.

    LIBYA (Operation Odyssey Dawn) and later operations

    The US has flown 3,924 sorties (1,023 Strike sorties) in Operation Odyssey Dawn. Maj. Gen. Margaret Woodward led the US air campaign.
    From April 1 - April 13, 2011 US forces flew 35% of all sorties (77% of the refueling sorties & 27% of the intelligence sorties.
    From April 4 - April 13, 2011 USAF F-16s and US Navy EA-18s have flown 97 air-defense supression sorties.
    French aircraft have flown 35% of the sorties.
    RAF aircraft have flown 15% of the sorties.
    Damage Done
    Troops killed 147 - Also killed 13 Rebels by mistake. Tanks Destroyed 91 (3xT-72)
    Armored Vehicles 27 Aircraft (Ground) 1
    Other vehicles Destroyed 243 Ammunition Bunkers 16
    AAA 3 SAM Sites 2
    FROG-7 20 SCUD Canisters 30
    SCUD Launcher 1 Warships 9, 1 damaged
    RHIB 1 Multiple Rocket Launchers 10
    Vehicle Depot 1 Radar Installation 1
    SCUD Support Vehicles 3 SAM 1
    Artillery 1    
    USS Barry

    March 28, 2011 - Provided situational awareness during an attack on the Libyan ship Vittoria and two smaller vessels. One of the smaller vessles was sunk and the Vittoria was damaged and forced to beach.
    January 19, 2011 - Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Libyan targets.
    MiG-23
    January 19, 2011 - A Rebel MiG-23 crashed in Benghazi
    USS Mount Whitney
    USS Stout
    January 19, 2011 - Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Libyan targets.
    Fire Controlman 2nd Class Joshua Gonzalez
    Seaman Nathan Wade

    B-2

    January 19, 2017 - 2 B-2s dropped 100 munitions on terrorist training camps, killing 80 terrorists.
    March 20, 2011 - The B-2B Spirit of Pennsylvania bombed targets in Libya.
    January 19, 2011 - Three B-2 bombers dropped 40 bombs on targets in Libya.
    P-3/CP-140 Aurora

    CP-140s flew 133 sorties.
    C-130/CC-130

    Charles de Gaulle

    March 22, 2011 - Two Rafales from the Charles de Gaulle flew reconaissance missions.
    VC-10
    Supported Tornado GR4s on their 3,000 mile mission from RAF Marham.
    F-16CJ/F-16AM Fighting Falcon

    HMS Westminster
    The US recognized the HMS Westminster for her role in Lybian operation with a plaque.
    Typhoon

    Destroyed Assisted in Destruction
    2 tanks 1 tank
    1 vehicle depot 4 Armored vehicles
    1 SP Artillery unit 1 Coastal Radar Station
    1 APC 10 Ammunition Bunkers
      1 vehicle
      5 Armor Transporters
      1 Command Post
      4 Multiple Rocket Launchers
    Logged over 3,000 flying hours.
    Squadron Leader Jody McMeeking logged over 1,000 flying hours over Lybia.
    Tornado GR4

    HMS Cumberland
    KC-135/E-3/RC-135/J-8

    AV-8B

    March 21, 2011 - AV-8B Harriers dropped two bombs in support of an operation to rescue a downed F-15E crew member.
    March 19, 2011 - 4 USMC AV-8B Harriers struck Libyan targets.
    USS Kearsarge

    March 19, 2011 - 4 USMC AV-8Bs from the USS Kearsarge struck Libyan targets.
    Lt. (Dr.) Lauren A. Weber
    C-17 Globemaster III

    F-15E
    Nimrod
    MV-22
    Evacuated personnel from the embassy in Tripoli, July 26, 2014.
    March 21, 2011 - Rescued a downed F-15E crew member.
    HMCS Charlottetown

    Carrying out mine clearing operations.
    March 25, 2011 - Came to the aid of a vessel in distress.
    USS Florida
    Launched Tomahawk cruise missiles against Libyan targets.
    CH-53E
    March 21, 2011 - Two CH-53Es were involved in the rescue of the downed F-15E crew members.
    Tristar
    Mirage 2000-D/2000-5
    March 25, 2011 - Mirage 2000-5, Serial number - 0A92 (Qatar Air Force), Flew a mission.
    March 24, 2011 - Mirage 2000-Ds flew strikes agaist Libya.
    Damaged the Libyan Coast Guard Ship Vittoria with AGM-65F Maverick missiles, forcing it to beach.
    Rafale

    Tank Military Vehicle Aircraft (Ground)
    4 1 1
    March 22, 2011 - Two French Rafales flew reconaissance missions.
    March 19, 2011 - French Rafales began operation. France was the first country to strike against Libya.
    HMS Triumph

    May 16, 2011 - Tomahawk cruise missiles from the HMS Triumph struck an intelligence agency building.
    March 24, 2011 - Launched Tomahawk cruise missiles against Libya air defenses.
    C-124
    Sentinel
    An-124
    A-10
    EA-18G Growler/CF-188 Hornet/EF-18

    HMS Liverpool

    Destroyed 1 RHIB
    Drove back 7 small craft by firing its 4.5" gun.
    Silenced a shore battery with its 4.5" gun.
    Controlled NATO aircraft.
    AS365 F Dauphin
    JAS-39
    Tail Number 263
    T-55
    MS Brockelsby
    Carried out mine clearing operations.
    T-72
    CH-124
    Predator
    Ground Forces
    June 15, 2014 - Special Forces & FBI agents captured Ahmed Abu Khatallah.
    October 5, 2013 - U.S. Special operation forces captured Anas Al-Liby
    May 2011 - Six Westerners were fimled on the front lines with the rebels.
    The UK is sending a military liaison advisory team..
    March 2011 - 6 SAS and two MI6 officers were detained by the rebels when they attempted to make contact with rebel leaders.
    HMS Brocklesby
    Names best UK minehunter.
    Cleared a mine.
    Apache

    Radar Installation 1
    Checkpoint 1
    Vehicles 12
    Headquarters 1
    Sentinel R1
    Courbet Sank a small craft.
    HMS Ocean

    Sea King Helicopters flew operation from the HMS Ocean.
    Apache helicopters flew operations from the HMS Ocean.
    CC-150 Polaris

    Flew 190 sorties.
    BNS Narcis
    Tonnerre
    U-2
    Flew 6 sorties.
    Mendez Nunez
    HMS Sutherland

    July 2011 - Conducted a boarding operation.
    HMS Bangor

    Performed 120 days non-stop action in support of Libyan operations.
    E-8
    Sea King
    RFA Fort Rosalie
    Lynx
    USS De Wert
    Assisted in the rescue of the MV Montecristo
    Ground Forces
    USS New York
    Transported terrorist suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala to the United States.
    Gripen
    Used targeting pods for ISR operations.
    MQ-9
    Reapers provided reconaissance for a B-2 strike on January 19, 2017.

    IRAQ/SYRIA

    December 15, 2016 - Coalition aircraft destroyed.
    Tanks 14 Art 3 Bldg 2 Tactical Vehicles 2 AAA 1
    OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM & OPERATION NEW DAWN
    Destroyed

    Artillery Pieces 25 Hangars 3 Heavy Equipment Transporter 1
    Tanks 138 (33xT-55, 5xT-72) Bunkers 8 Motorcycle 1
    APC 15 Satellite Jammers 6 Truck 78
    Other AFVs 58 Buildings & Tent 288 (24xHBIED) Air Defence Radar 1
    Patrol Boat 1 Satellite Dishes 3 Other Vehicles 251 (Includes 10 VBIED)
    Missile Support Vehicle 1 Boats 22 Surface-Surface Missile Launcher 18 (4 x Al-Fatah, 5 x Ababil-100)
    Missile Storage Facility 1 AAA pieces 9 SAMs 2 SA-2
    Fuel Tank 1 Multiple Rocket Launchers 2 Radar Site 1
    Aircraft 9 Ground (2xMiG-21) Mortar 10 Rocket Emplacements 5
    Rocket system 1 Bridges 8 Iranian Drones 1 Ababil 3
    Captured:
    Sea Mines 139 SSMs 184 (2 x "El Fatah", 3 x al-Samoud, 20xBM-21, 84xFrog-7) Samala Decontamination Vehicle 1 81mm Iranian mortar 1
    Suicide Vests & Belts 830 low-enriched Uranium 1.77 metric tons Styx Missiles 5 rockets (Iranian) 44
    highly radioactive samples 1,000 Vehicle-borne improvised explosive device 85 (1 ambulence & 1 contained chlorine) land mines 2,802 Chlorine tanks 7
    Roland Missiles 13 Chemical Shells 500(appx.) (1x mustard gas, 1 x sarin gas) Flame Thrower 2 nitric acid 4,500 gallons
    550 metric tons of "yellowcake" 20 pounds of M-112 Iranian-manufactured C-4            

    Prisoners Insurgents Killed ################### Captured Terrorist Suspects ############
    4,3864 (Includes and 28 suspected Iranian agents) 19,793 (Includes 2,827 terrorists**, includes 441 Al Qaeda*) 12,550 (Includes 1,678 Al-Qaeda, 1 captured in U.K., 14 Kataib Hezbollah)
    * Does not include 7 Al-Qaeda killed by other insurgents.
    ** Does not include 3 terrorists who accidentally killed themselves.
    There were over 1,050 SAM and AAA incidents over Iraq between Operation Desert Fox and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    VC-10

    RAF VC10 Squadron 10 Squadron and 101 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003.
    Refueled Tornado F-3s during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    RAF VC-10s provided air refueling for the September 5, 2002 mission.
    3 VC-10s participated in Operation Desert Fox

    USS Gettysburg

    February 16, 2014 - Came to the assistance of 3 Iranian mariners on an adrift dhow.
    May 2009 - Came to the rescue of a dhow that had been adrift for two days.
    The USS Gettysburg fired cruise missiles against Iraq during Operation Desert Fox.
    USS PETERSON

    Two USS Peterson sailors were lost when an Iraqi ship they boarded sank.

    USS Paul Hamilton

    The USS Paul Hamilton fired cruise missiles against Iraq during Operation Desert Fox and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    USS Fletcher (DD 992)

    September 29, 2003 - Was involved in the capture of four suspected pirates.
    Supported Iraqi Judge Razik in hearings on six oil smuggling vessels in 48 hours.
    The USS Fletcher supported Operation Desert Fox.
    AH-64 Apache

    June 12, 2016 - An Apache destroyed a VBIED.
    October 6, 2014 - Apache helicopters attacked ISIL forces near Baghdad.
    August 14, 2007 - Two AH-64s prevented a rocket attack.
    August 12, 2007 - AH-64s destroyed an explosives cache.
    July 2, 2007 - An AH-64 rescued the pilots of a downed OH-58D and med evaced a critically injured soldier.
    May 18, 2007 - An AH-64 confirmed a B-1B attack on a weapons cache destroyed the weapons cache.
    May 13, 2007 - An AH-64 straffed an enemy position.
    March 26, 2007 - An AH-64 engaged enemy forces that attacked coalition forces from the Al Wasafa mosque. In the operation one enemy was killed and two captured.
    July 22, 2006 - An Apache spotted a VBIED.
    October 29, 2005 - Involved in an operation where six terrorists were killed and 5 were captured.
    October 11, 2005 - Supported an operation where 2 terrorists were killed and 57 terrorists were captured. September 24, 2005 - Two AH-64s pursued two fleeing terrorists.
    April 2, 2005 - Apaches were involved in repelling an attack by 40 - 60 insurgents on Abu Ghraib prison.
    February 23, 2005 - Two Apaches were involved in an operation that resulted in three the capture of three insurgents.
    October 16, 2004 - Apache pilots Captain Ryan Welch and CWO Justin Taylor rescued a downed USMC helicopter crew.
    August 23, 2004 - Apaches supported ground troops in Najaf.
    August 12, 2004 - Apaches supported ground troops in Najaf.
    March 2, 2004 - engaged six of the enemy.
    Struck an athletic field used by enemy forces during Operation Ivy Cyclone II
    November 8, 2003 - An Apache attacked Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) fighters.
    August 1, 2003 - Two Apaches supported an operation where two people were captured.
    Apaches escorted Representatives Tom Delay and Ander Crenshaw during their tour of Baghdad.
    June 13, 2003 - Apaches, along with armor, turned tables on an attacking force. The counter attack killed 23 of the enemy.
    Apaches flew Operation Planet X missions.
    Supported ground forces in the battle for Baghdad
    On March 30, 2003 Apaches and Kiowa Warriors struck ammunition storage, Air Defence Systems, and vehicles at Najaf.
    Destroyed:
    Tanks 16 Air Defence Systems 2
    APC 6 SAM Launcher 1
    Vehicles 41 Buildings 6
    Rocket Launcher 12 Enemy Troops 42
    Helped Capture:
    2,001 rockets and missiles 23 Enemy troops 17 vehicles.
    Apache Pilots: Lt. Col Dan Williams
    Maj. Byron Needum, destroyed a vehicle.
    1st Lt. John Marion
    CWO2 Gregory Vaughn
    CWO2 Isaac Sauer
    CWO2 Joel Coleman

    August 7, 2006 - Enemy fire slightly damaged two longbows as they supported a medevac mission.

    An Apache strike killed Reuters photographer Namir Noor-Eldeen, and Reuters driver Saeed Chmagh .
    February 2, 2007 - Ground fire shot down an Apache and killed both crew members.
    January 28, 2007 - Ground fire shot down an Apache and killed the pilot & gunner. They were one of two Apache helicopters. Lt. Col Tim De-Vito and CWO2 Jake Gaston were in the lead Apache. Small arms fire damaged the lead Apache. During the battle in Najaf 373 members of the Soldiers of Heaven died and 407 were taken prisoner.
    November 6, 2006 - An AH-64 crash killed both crew members.
    July 14, 2006 - An AH-64 Longbow crashed both crew members survived.
    April 1, 2006 - An enemy attack, led by Abu Mustafa, shot down an AH-64D Longbow killing both crew members.
    January 6, 2006 - Enemy fire shot down an AH-64D and killed both crew members.
    December 26, 2005 - Two AH-64s collided in mid-air. One Apache crashed killing both crew members.
    June 27, 2005 - An AH-64 crashed and killed both pilots.
    January 21, 2005 - An AH-64 crashed and killed one pilot. The other pilot was injured. The accident happened at Kuwait City, Kuwait.
    December 9, 2004 - An Apache helicopter accident killed two Army pilots.
    April 11, 2004 - Enemy fire shot down an Apache. Both pilots died in the crash.
    January 13, 2004 - Enemy fire shot down an Apache.
    December 11, 2003 - An Apache crash landed. Both crew members were safe.
    October 23, 2003 - An AH-64 crashed. Both crew members were unharmed.
    June 12, 2003 - Enemy forces shot down an Apache. Both crew members were rescued safely.
    On March 31, 2003 an Apache made a hard landing.
    On March 30, 2003 one helicopter pilot was injured by enemy fire in the Najaf area.
    Two Apaches helicopters made a hard landing one crew member broke his leg.
    March 24, 2003 - Iraqi forces shot down an Apache Longbow helicopter, tail number 99-5135, of the first Air Cavalry Division. The Iraqis captured CWO Ronald Young Jr. and CWO David Williams (Both rescued by USMC on April 13, 2003.). The other 31 Apaches in the attack received battle damage.
    March 13, 2003 - AH-64D Serial Number 99-5104 crashed. Minor injuries to the crew.
    Ground fire damaged an Apache and forced it to land.

    USS Hopper

    The USS Hopper supported Operation Desert Fox.
    Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jeffrey Balduini
    Chief Warrant Officer Scott Quaife, destroyed a vehicle.
    Warrant Officer Joseph Walker helped capture a rocket launcher and tube.
    USS Hayler
    The USS Hayler supported Operation Desert Fox.
    F-15C Eagle/E Strike Eagle

    F-15E pilot Col. Jamu Brown
    F-15E pilot Lt. Col. Matt "Zap" Malloy
    F-15 pilot Maj. Grant "Doctor" Bucks
    F-15E pilot Capt. Marc Johnson
    F-15E pilot Capt. Aaron D. Reid, 335 Sq
    F-15E WSO Capt. Michael Shields
    F-15E WSO 1Lt. Julie Ayers
    F-15E WSO 1Lt. Benjamin Aldus
    USS Nicholson
    The USS Nicholson supported Operation Desert Fox.
    USS Carr
    The USS Carr supported Operation Desert Fox
    Working Animals

    For information about Military Working Dog Foundation, Inc. - Adoptions, Information, Resources go to http://www.militaryworkingdog.com.
    Lucca, a working dog, completed 2 deployments to Iraq & 1 to Afghanistan. Led 400 patrols. Received the Dickin Medal. Lost left front leg to an explosion.
    A working dog, Mike, served 2 tours in Iraq with Special Operations Forces and received the Bronze Star. He was shot an killed in Wyoming by a cyclist who felt Mike was acting in a threatening manner.
    September 7, 2007 - A Working Dog identified a truck as a VBIED. An F-16 destroyed the VBIED.
    October 15, 2004 - A working dog alerted on a VBIED.
    &%Buster received the Dickin Medal for Bravery and the Kennel Club Hero of the Year for 2005. Buster uncovered a large arms caches and drugs in Iraq. Buster is a veteran of Northern Ireland and Kosovo.
    May 2007 - Working dogs participated in the search for three missing soldiers.
    & A working dog Jack and his handler SSgt Christopher Barker, USAF, conducted 350 hours of combat patrols and located more than 3,000 pounds of explosives, 76 automatic weapons, and 16 cell phones used for IEDs. SSgt Barker received the Bronze Star.
    Working Dogs participated in Operation Guinnes where four of the enemy were captured.
    Working dogs Kevin and Dazz served in Afghanistan and are credited with saving thousands of lives.
    A USMC working dog Xxenos served a tour in Iraq and 2 in Afghanistan. On one tour Xxenos found 120 pounds of explosives.
    A UK working dog Bony and his handler Corporal Mike Mortimer are serving in Afghanistan.
    A USAF Working dog Ricky and handler SSgt Glenn Gordon and working dog Erin and his handler SSgt Robert Black captured 150 insurgents.
    A UK working dog Keria, a Springer Spaniel, served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
    A US Army working dog Rocky and his handler SSG Scott McCollum participated in a cordon and search operation in Baghdad, February 7, 2006.
    A UK working dog is named Blaze.
    A USAF working dog Eiko served in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Eiko died from complications of surgery.
    A USAF working dog Tino and his handler SrA Eric Stafford captured two of the enemy.
    Working dogs acted as sniffers in the rescue and recovery of people from the UN Headquarters building in Baghdad. This includes two cadaver teams from Turkey.
    A USAF Working dog Rudy alerted SSgt Albert Branch, his handler, to a partly hidden mortar round.
    A USAF working dog Rex serves in Iraq. SSgt Kristina Baker is its handler.
    Fluffy aka Tariq Aziz was drafted by US forces in Iraq. SFC Russell Joyce was Fluffy's handler.
    A USAF Working dog Cody served in Iraq. SSgt San Hartley is Cody's handler. They are part of the 447th ESFS
    A USAF Working dog Black serves in Iraq. SSgt Todd Brabender is Black's handler.
    A US Working dog Hero served in Iraq. Sgt Chad Reemtona is Hero's handler.
    A US Working dog Cezar served in Iraq. SrA Dena Royea is Cezar's handler.
    A USAF Working dog Gizmo served in Iraq.
    A USAF working dog Exa and his handler SSgt Andrew Bedell served in Iraq.
    A USAF working dog Doran serves in Iraq and his handler is SSgt Gregory Long.
    A working dog Gordy is a Belgian Malinois.
    Pigeons serve as early warning detectors for poison gas.
    Dolphins are involved in mine clearing operations. One dolphin is named K-dog, its handler is Sgt Andrew Garrett.
    Two dophins have been transfered to Um Qasr for mine clearing operations.
    1,400 working dogs are in the region. One working dog is named Kastor, its handler is SrA Donnie Wells.
    Approximately 20 sea lions are in the region.
    SSgt Michael Renner is a kennel master and working dog handler.
    January 19, 2007 - Marco, a 7-year-old Belgian Malinois, an explosive detector and patrol dog, suffered acute cardio respiratory arrest secondary to electrocution after coming in contact with a metal object.
    A Danish working dog Clinton injured itself by chewing on its cage. E-4 Soren Bech is Clinton's handler.
    The US Army brought 43 chickens to the region to serve as early warning detectors for poison gas. The program is on hold since 41 died within the first week of deployment.
    August 6, 2011 - A working dog died in the crash of a CH-47 that was shot down by Taliban forces.
    July 28, 2008 - Goro an 8 year old German shepherd died of natural causes. Staff Sgt. Sean Neisen, USAF was Goro's handler. Goro was on his sixth deployment.
    October 19, 2007 - A bomb killed Arras, a German shepherd. his handler SSgt Marcus Reavas, USAF was knocked unconcious by the blast. SSgt Reaves was only slightly injured and has completely recovered.
    F-14 Tomcat

    January 2, 2005 - F-14s fired over 100 rounds.
    October 2005 - F-14s supported ground forces in Baghdad, Hawijah, Karkuk, Samarra, Tuz Khurmatu, Hit and Az Zubaydiyah.
    August 18, 2004 - F-14s supported ground forces without expending ordinance.
    July 7, 2004 - An F-14 destroyed an enemy position with a GBU-12.
    April 28, 2004 - F-14s and F/A-18 dropped 13 x GBU-12s on enemy positions in Fallujah.
    F-14s destroyed some aircraft hangers.
    An F-14 destroyed a missile support vehicle.
    An F-14 destroyed a missile storage facility.
    F-14Ds of (VF)213 supported Operation Steel Curtain on five consecutive days.
    F-14Ds of VF-31 flew Operation Southern Watch missions and supported Operation Steel Curtain on five consecutive days.
    F-14's and F/A-18s destroyed 2 Iraqi CSSC-3 anti-ship missile batteries in February 1999.
    One woman F-14 pilot flew missions during Desert Fox.
    F-14s were in a strike package that attacked Iraq on August 10, 2001.
    Captain William G. Sizemore II, commander CVW8, VF213, flew last F-14 combat sortie.
    & Lt. Cmdr Kurt Frankenberger (Pilot) and Cdr. Doug Denneny (RIO) received the Distinguished Flying Cross with combat "V" for leading a mission over Baghdad in their F-14D on March 21, 2003. They were from VF-2.
    Lt. Cmdr. Randy Stearns (Pilot) F-14
    Lt. Bill Frank, on last F-14 combat mission, was last F-14 pilot to drop a bomb during a combat sortie.
    Lt.jg Meagan "Vargus" Verley (Pilot) F-14
    Lt.jg Will "Kip" Paried (RIO)
    April 1, 2003 an F-14 from the USS Kitty Hawk crashed in Southern Iraq. The crew members Vinny and Gordo were rescued.
    April 1, 2003 an F-14B dropped a 1,000lb bomb on friendly forces near Debecka Pass killed 18 Kurdish peshmerga allies and wounded four U.S. Special Forces team members. The investigation cleared the air crew and the USAF close-air support controller.
    AV-8B Harrier II GR-7

    Capt. J. J. Widener, Capt. Ryan P. Hough & Capt. Charles W. Delpizzo, Harrier pilots.
    United Nations

    Weapons Inspectors
    Weapons inspectors concluded the Al Samoud 2 missile exceeded the range allowed by the truce agreement. Iraq destroyed six Al Samoud 2 missiles.
    Weapons inspectors found 18 x empty 122mm chemical warheads.
    • On February 11, 2003 weapons inspectors destroyed 10 x 155mm shells filled with mustard gas.
    • On February 25, 2003 Iraq "found" eight R-400 bombs containing liquid.
    • Iraq destroyed 72 Al Samoud 2 missiles.
    • Iraq destroyed 5 Al Samoud 2 engines.
    • Iraq destroyed two empty Al Samoud 2 warheads.
    • Iraq destroyed an Al Samoud 2 launcher.
    • Weapons inspectors found a drone capable of delivering chemical or biological weapons.
    • 2004 weapons inspectors found an Al Samoud 2 rocket engine in Rotterdam.
    • June 2004 weapons inspectors found 20 rocket engines in Jordan. They also found, in Jordan, equipment that could be used for making Weapons of Mass Destructions. Some equipment had Weapons Inspection tags.
    • 550 metric tons of "yellow cake".
    On August 19, 2003 a KAMAZ truck bomb damaged the UN Headquarters in Iraq. The bombing killed 23 people (14 UN people, 6 Iraqis) and wounded 100. US Forces are questioning the security guards hired by the United Nations to protect the building.
    On March 13, 2003 a road accident killed one weapons inspector and wounded another.
    Link to Testimony to the US Congress by Mr. Charles Duelfer (March 30, 2004)
    Link to Interim Progress Report
    Link to the CIA's Comprehensive Report
    Missed about 5,000 chemical weapons Missed the location and disposition of 1,800 gallons of anthrax.
    Missed 500 Chemical weapon shells (1 x mustard gas, 1 x Sarin gas)
    Missed the development of a rail gun designed to achieve a speed of 2-10 km per second.
    Missed Iraqi plans for large scale production of DCC (N.N-Dicyclohexyl).
    Missed the bio-weapons research at al-Hakam.
    Missed the Tuwaitha Agricultural and Biological Research Center which was conducting research for a bio-weapons program.
    Missed 12 al-Fatah missiles Iraq fired at Coalition forces.
    Missed two upgraded HY-2 missiles, one was shot down the other landed in Kuwait.
    Missed two "El Fatah" missiles found by US forces on December 17, 2003.
    Missed a bottle labeled "Tabun" (Tabin) which US soldiers found in the Latifiyah Industrial Complex.
    Missed 11 burried chemical storage CONEXs found by US soldiers.
    Missed two mobile Bio. labs found by coalition forces.
    Missed a mobile toxicology lab found by coalition forces.
    Missed centrifuge components to Iraqi's nuclear weapons program buried in Mahdi Shukur Obeidi's garden.
    Missed two 20' long missiles captured by US Forces in August 2003.
    Missed a prison laboratory complex possibly used to test biological weapons agents on humans.
    Missed strains of biological organisms concealed in a scientist's home, one of which could be used to produce weapons.
    Missed 97 vials from the home of a scientist, including 1 vial of Botulinum Toxin.
    Missed Lab equipment left in a Mosque.
    Missed about a dozen documents that was a basic guide to building an atomic bomb and a chemical weapons document captured by U.S. forces. United Nations weapons inspectors were concerned enough about the documents to protest their posting on a U.S. government web site. They were posted among 48,000 captured documents.
    Vials of chemical weapons agents, UN inspectors found in the 1990s, were taken to the UN Headquarters in New York and forgotten, until they were discovered on August 24, 2007.
    C-17 Globemaster III/C177

    % A C-17 crew won the 2003 Mackay Trophy for a night air drop mission flown on March 26, 2003. The aircraft was Vijan10. The crew members were:
    Lt. Col. Shane Hershman, Maj. Bob Colvin, 1st Lt. Matt Clausen, MSgt Shawn Brumfield, and MSgt Chris Dockery.
    August 2008 - C-17s brought Georgian troops back to their homeland when Russia attacked Georgia.
    August 28, 2007 - Delivered four Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Category III Buffalo vehicles,
    June 7, 2006 - A C-17 flew wounded reported Kimberly Dozier and about 40 other patients from Ramstein AB to Andrews AFB, MD.
    January 31, 2006 - A C-17 flew ABC Anchor Bob Woodruff and Camera operator Douglas Vogt from Balad to Ramstein AB, Germany.
    September 8, 2005 - A C-17 flew rescued hostage Roy Hallums from Iraq to the U.S.
    April 11, 2005 - A C-17 flew Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld to Iraq.
    A C-17 transported four soldiers wounded in an HC-60 accident on September 21, 2004 to Germany.
    A C-17 transported wounded from a CH-47 shootdown from Iraq to Ramstein AB, GE.
    On June 29, 2003 a C-17 transported the remains of three service members back to the US.
    A C-17 took Fluffy, a working dog and Major Jim Pompano, its escort, home.
    A C-17 brought an HH-60G back to Nellis AFB from Iraq.
    C-17s flew 62 airlift missions in 5 nights. They transported 400 vehicles, 2,000 people, and 3,000 tons of equipment.
    A C-17 brought 49 wounded soldiers from Ramstein AB, GE to Andrews AFB, MD on April 12, 2003. One of the wounded was &Pvt Jessica Lynch.
    C-17s delivered tanks to the Hadithah Dam area.
    On April 9, 2003 a C-17 flew 47 wounded from Ramstein AB, GE to Lackland AFB, TX.
    A C-17 flew Pfc. Jessica Lynch to Germany after her rescue.
    Globemaster IIIs dropped paratroopers on an airfield in Northern Iraq.
    May 16, 2004 - A C-17 airlifted Abbas Jablar, 13, to Budapest, Hungary. He was injured in a traffic accident with a Hugarian Army vehicle.
    The aircrew from Red 7, Lt Col Leon Strickland, Capt Justin Herbst, Capt Corbett Bufton, Capt Scott Frechette, SSgt Matthew Nemeth, SrA D.J. Methvin,transported two wounded soldiers from Iraq to the US.
    MSgt Theresa Shcheen & TSgt Shane Larson Aeromedical Evacuation Techs on C-17. Served on flight that took Abbas Jablar to Budapest, Hungary.
    Capt Gary Novak & TSgt Rabickow served on an aeromedical evacuation flight.
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    USS Dexterous
    The USS Dexterous supported Operation Desert Fox
    EP-3/P-3C Orion/P-3K

    A P-3 supported the Battle of Najaf, January 28 - 29, 2007.
    A P-3C monitored and coordinated the rescue of 6 Iranian sailors from a sinking dhow.
    July 23, 2004 - A P-3 carried out search and rescue for victims of the collision between the USS Kennedy and a dhow.
    December 22, 2003 - A US Navy P-3C of VP-47 and a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3K located 2 dhows which were smuggling drugs.
    On June 24, 2003 a US Navy P-3 assisted in the rescue of 27 sailors from the Green Glory
    RAAF P-3s provide situational awareness on Iraqi Operations.
    A P-3C Orion spotted an tracked an Iraqi patrol boat which an AC-130 sank.
    P-3s of VP-47 flew 3,000 flight combat hours.
    EP-3s Flew Northern Watch missions.
    VP-26
    USS Belleau Wood
    The USS Belleau Wood supported Operation Desert Fox
    B-52 Stratofortresses

    B-52Hs had a 76.7% mission capable rate during Operation Iraqi Freedom
    On April 11, 2003 a B-52 used a Litening II targeting pod to drop a GBU-12 Paveway II on a radar complex.
    B-52's bombed Kirkuk the morning before its capture.
    On April 1, 2003 a B-52 dropped six CBU-105s on an Iraqi tank column.
    For the first time B-52s, B-1s, and B-2s attacked simultaneous targets. The targets included leadership command and control targets.
    On March 26, 2003 B-52s attacked a convoy 60 miles south of Baghdad.
    B-52s participated in Operation Desert Fox
    Captain Raymond Partlow (Navigator)
    Captain Michelle Gillespie (Navigator)
    Serial Number 0004 participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Serial Number 008 participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    HMS Boxer
    Aircraft from the HMS Boxer flew missions against ISIL.
    The HMS Boxer supported Operation Desert Fox
    USS Ardent

    On March 19, 2003 the USS Ardent drove off a freighter that was threatening the RFA Sir Bedivere
    The USS Ardent supported Operation Desert Fox
    RFA Brambleaf

    The RFA Beambleaf supported Operation Desert Fox

    Ground Forces

    2016 - UK Commandoes, disguised as women, pinpointed a target for a USAF Reaper.
    September - October, 2015 - U.S. Marines helped Iraqi forces set up radio transmission equipment.
    January 19, 2015 - Canadian ground forces participated in a firefight with ISIL forces.
    Australian Special Forces helped coordinate 17 kinetic air-strike and close air support operations and dealt with over 70 IEDs.

    June 2014 - 300 U.S. Special Forces went to Iraq to access the situation.
    April 14, 2008 - Sons of Iraq killed 2 Al-Qaeda. Six civilians and an Iraqi Army officer were wounded in the incident.
    April 6, 2008 - Iraqi forces rescued 42 kidnapped students.
    USS Dubuque
    The USS Dubuque supported Operation Desert Fox
    USS Germantown (LSD 42)

    December 27, 2007 - The USS Germantown provided assistance to 33 Iranian mariners on a dhow.
    May 7, 2006 - The USS Germantown provided medical assistance to an injured Iranian fisherman.
    January 1, 2004 - The USS Germantown assisted in the capture of a dhow. Fifteen suspects were apprehended and 2,800 pounds of hashish was found.
    October 29, 2003 - The rescued sailors from the AL Huda were taken to the USS Germantown for medical evaluation.
    The USS Germantown supported Operation Desert Fox
    Cmdr John Dechr, the Germantown's Commanding Officer.
    Lt.j.g. Jeremy Fonvielle.
    C-12 Huron/MC-12W

    MC-12Ws flew over 25,000 air tasking sorties and logged 115,000 combat flight hours. MC-12Ws participated in the elimination of 450 enemy troops and provided overwatch to more than 50,000 allied troops.
    MC-12W flew its first combat sortie on June 10, 2009. Flew its 1,000th sortie at the end of November 2009. 1st Lt. Mark Finnegan was the pilot on the 1,000th sortie mission.
    MC-12s have helped capture 12 high-value targets.
    In their first 1,000 sotries Allied troops overwatched by MC-12s have suffered no combat casualties.
    August 15, 2005 - A US Army C-12, 50094, took off and landed at a new airstrip at Balad.
    Flew Northern Watch missions.
    El Salvadorian troops on their ninth rotation completed 34 humanitarian assistance missions benefiting more than 15,000 Iraqi citizens; they also completed 22 projects worth more than $2 million. Three projects are still in progress, worth approximately $300,000, and 24 more are awaiting approval, totaling more than $3 million.
    U.S. Soldiers on routine patrol found 24 badly neglected special needs men and boys, aged 6 - 23, in an Iraqi orphanage. The neglect victims were moved to another orphanage were they received proper treatment. One boy died, the others are recovering from their maltreatment.
    November 24, 2007 - Coalition forces rescued an Iraqi hostage.
    September 2, 2007 - Coalition forces rescued 9 Iraqi hostages.
    August 25, 2007 - Seven Iraqis escaped from a terrorist prison.
    June 2007 - Coalition forces treated 423 residents.
    June 2007 - Company B, 1st Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment soldiers transpored a woman in labor to an Iraqi hospital.
    June 2007 - Iraqi soldiers rescued an Iraqi sheik. His brother had escaped his al-Qaeda captives and led Iraqi forces to his brother.
    June 2007 - Delivered 56,000 pounds of rice and more than 58,000 pounds of flour to BAQOUBA.
    June 2007 - Iraqi Security forces came to the aid of a child wounded by gunfire.
    March 2007 - Provided medical assistance to 100 Iraqi civilians.
    March 2007 - Coalition forces rescued 10 kidnap victims.
    February 2007 - Coalition forces rescued four kidnap victims. One kidnap victim prayed and fasted during his three days of captivity.
    January 2007 - Coalition forces rescued 10 kidnap victims.
    December 2006 - Coalition forces rescued 47 kidnap victims.
    November 2006 - Coalition forces rescued three kidnap victims.
    October 2006 - U.S. forces foiled a kidnapping, Iraqi forces freed a kidnap victim.
    September 2006 - three kidnap victims rescued.
    August 29, 2006 - Iraqi forces rescued a kidnap victim & U.S. forces rescued a kidnap victim.
    August 28, 2006 - Coalition forces rescued 3 kidnap victims.
    August 21, 2006 - U.S. forces delivered 5 tons of humanitarian assistance supplies.
    August 21, 2006 - Iraqi forces and U.S. forces foiled two kidnap attemps. Four victims rescued.
    August 7, 2006 - Iraqi forces foiled a kidnap attempt.
    August 3, 2006 - U.S. troops foiled a kidnap attempt.
    August 3, 2006 - U.S. troops rescued a kidnap victim. Victim took a gun from one of his kidnappers and fired warning shots that alerted U.S. troops.
    USMC med-evaced child injured in a fall.
    August 2, 2006 - U.S. Troops foiled a kidnap attempt.
    July 22, 2006 - Ground forces engaged in a four hour firefight with terroists. Coalition forces killed 29 terrorists. Terrorists killed one Iraqi soldier and damaged one vehicle.
    July 14, 2006 - 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade, 101st Airborne Division soldiers rescued a kidnapped Voice of America reporter.
    July 2006 - Iraqi forces rescued 14 kidnap victims. USMC rescued three kidnap victims.
    June 22, 2006 - Coalition forces rescued a woman who was kidnapped.
    June 13, 2006 - Coalition forces foiled a kidnapping attempt of 7 civilians.
    June 9, 2006 - U.S. Marines gave medical assistance to two children wounded by IEDs.
    May 14, 2006 - Ground forces rescued a two-year old, thrown into a burning van loaded with ammunition. Terrorists threw the child in the van to slow down U.S. forces and make good their escape.
    Ground forces rescued an 8 year old held by terrorists.
    April 28, 2006 - US Army troops rescued a civilian kidnap victim.
    April 14, 2006 - Soldiers of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, acting on a civilian tip rescued a woman and her four children from a kidnapper.
    April 6, 2006 - Coalition forces rescued three kidnap victims.
    March 27, 2006 - Coalition forces rescued three kidnap victims in two separate incidents.
    March 19, 2006 - Soldiers of the 101st Airborne foiled a kidnapping attempt and rescued an Iraqi citizen.
    March 6, 2006 - Coalition forces rescued an Iraqi hostage and captured two of his captors.
    February 5, 2006 - Iraqi and U.S. soldiers rescued 100 flood victims.
    January 2006 - UK forces assisted in flood relief in Safwan.
    December 1, 2005 - US forces rescued two Iraqi kidnap victims who were going to be murdered.
    November 16, 2005 - US & Iraqi forces rescued 173 prisoners who were held extajudicially by the Ministry of the Interior.
    October 11, 2005 - Ground forces rescued a kidnap victim.
    September 26, 2005 - % Joint Force Explosive Brigade Disposal Group was awarded the Wilkinson Swords of Peace.
    August 27, 2005 - U.S. Marines transported seven children wounded in a terrorist attack to a local hospital.
    August 9, 2005 -
    Ground forces may have found a chemical storage and production facility.
    USAF personnel have driven 3.1 million miles in 3,100 convoy missions. During these convoys they have encountered 370 hostile incidents.
    Moldavian EOD units discovered 182,000 pieces of unexploded ordinance.
    The 506th EMEDS saved a three month old infant.
    The 447th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, USAF, earned the 18th MP Brigade Combat Patch.
    August 2, 2005 - A U.S. Army patrol found an Iraqi woman who was injured from a fall. They transported her to a U.S. military facility.
    June 17, 2005 - U.S. Marines rescued four kidnap victims. Two kidnap victims were found in an Al Qaeda torture chamber.
    June 6, 2005 - Multinational Forces rescued a kidnap victim.
    May 1, 2005 - U.S. soldiers rescued a suicide bomber.
    March 16, 2005 - U.S. forces rescued an Iraqi hostage.
    Iraqi Police and 1st Bttn Welsh Guards rescued 2 Iraqi hostages.
    50 Airmen and 150 civilians are adding armor to Army vehicles.
    The Iraqi 102nd Battalion foiled a kidnapping attempt against Abdullah Mohammed Khalif Al-Jaburi.
    Members of the 10th Mountain Division saved 8 Iraqis from a kidnapping attempt, and rescued two Egyptian kidnapping victims.
    &The 732nd Expeditionary Logistics Rediness Squadron drove 4 million convoy miles. They earned 70 Bronze Stars, 5 with combat "V"s. 20 airmen received received Purple Hearts.
    November 17, 2004 - Iraqi security, supported by U.S. Marines rescued an Iraqi civilian from terrorists.
    November 11, 2004 - USMC forces rescued Mohammed al-Jundi (Syrian) from terrorists.
    Company C of the 3rd Bttn., 153rd Infantry Regiment, 39th Brigade Combat Team destroyed 3 mortar teams.
    Iraqi forces foiled a kidnapping attempt against Kellogg, Brown & Root employeed.
    Doctors examined 100 patients in Al Kush.
    September 8, 2004 - Iraqi police rescued an Iraqi hostage.
    June 8, 2004 - Coalition forces rescued four civilian hostages (Salvatore Stefio, Umberto Cupertino and Maurizio Agliana of Italy, and Jerzy Kos of Poland.)
    May 13, 2004 - Task force I-37, which included USA 1ID, Polish, Bulgarian, and 402 Iraqi Civil Defence Corp forces rescued two Iraqi police officers.
    Polish troops found 16 Chemical Weapons warheads (Contained Sarin and Mustard Gas)
    The 407th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron destroyed over 600 RPG launchers.
    Iraqi police discovered two "daisy-chained" IEDs near Ar Ramadi.
    UK troops averted an armed clash between two tribes.
    Romanian troops provided security for elections in Khamet Bani Said.
    US soldiers and Iraqi police recovered "The Lady of Warka".
    British troops and Iraqi firefighters rescued three people from a building collapse in Basrah.
    Air Force personnel rescued seven UN employees from their bombed out headquarters.
    32 Singapoean police trained Iraqi police from July - September 2003.
    4,500 children were vaccinated for measles.
    The I-7 Cav. delivered 50 wheelchairs.
    US troops treated two Iraqis and a Pakistani who were injured in a traffic accident.
    September 2, 2003 - Iraqi police arrested two suspects and captured two bomb laden cars.
    On August 15/16, 2003 UK troops found an abandoned infant. They successfully revived the infant.
    Al-Hillah's Mussayib power plant is on-line.
    A highway bridge opened in Tikrit.
    Al Amarah's power exceeds pre-war levels. (It is still only 40% of the cities energy requirements.)
    An Nasariyah's propane factory is at 50% capacity. Four of its six pumps at the city water plant have been repaired.
    All of Mosul's 40 gas stations are open.
    Baghdad, 96 of the 100 fuel stations are open. Hauled 8,281 tons of ammunition out of Baghdad. Four water line breaks repaired. Electricity is at 57% of the required amount. Water is at 70% of the pre-war level. Benzine Distribution reached 5.5 million liters, which exceeds a pre-war high by 300,000 liters.
    As Samawah, power is at 60 Megawatts which is above pre-war levels.
    Phone service between Basrah and Amarah restored.
    Opened a bridge on the Nahr Al Khazir River.
    An RAF detachment and Iraqi personnel handle 50 aircraft movements per day at Basrah IAP.
    Delivered electical components to the water treatment facility at Hit. Repaired the water treatment facility.
    Ad Diwaniyah, trash pick-up are at pre-war levels.
    Hadithah Dam, 2 turbines and 3 water pumps repaired.
    Al Nillah, repaired the Gharbia Primary School.
    Al Kut/An Numaniyah, rebuilt a water distribution pump. Emergency phone service at the Central Wasit Police Station has been reestablished.
    34 tons of ammuntion destroyed.
    The 442nd Civil Affairs Battallion recovered 12 artifacts that were taken from the Baghdad Museum. They also found weapons and several million Iraqi Dinar.
    The 101st Airborne Division found 40 arms caches.
    100,000 50Kg flour sacks delivered to Mosul.
    A Jordanian Field Hospital treated over 4 million patients and carried out 1,638 surgeries.
    Italian convoy brought a field hospital, medical supplies, and Carabinieri.
    Airmen of the 407th Explosive Ordinance Disposal Squadron and Marines of the Marine Wing Support Squadron 371 found and removed 305 mortar rounds from an area near a school.
    Soldiers of the 3 ID removed 170 truck loads of Iraqi arms.
    Iraqi firefighters and UK soldiers of the Queen's Lancashire Regiment rescued three people from a building collapse.
    Two Marine NCOs rescued two children from drowning.
    USMC destroyed 5 munition sites, May 9, 2003.
    USMC delivered an Emergency Health Kit. They delivered $300,000 worth of medical supplies.
    380th donated $5,000 worth of school supplies to the Al Ilaf school.
    960 bottles of water and 2,620 meals were distributed.
    800 Metric Tons of food were distributed to AZd Diwaniyah.
    Opened 5 of 14 schools in Safwan
    Opened 48 of 60 schools in Al Zabayr
    Karabala: City fire and rescue vehicles are in better condition than before Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Al Kut 2,000 propane tanks were distributed and a 132kV powerline was erected.
    An Najaf has running water in 70% of the city and electricity to 33% of the city. All hospitals are functional. It's sewage treatment plant can process 50% of the city's waste.
    An Nasariyah has electricity to 80% of the city. Electricity has been restored to Basra. Water is available to 80% of the area. 800 Well heads have been inspected.
    In June 2003 an offensive killed 97 of the enemy and captured over 400.
    USAF med evaced 56 patients from April 17 - April 22.
    March 28, 2003 a Humanitarian relief convoy went to Umm Qasr another convoy went to Safwan.
    1st UK Armored Division coordinated the distribution of 14,000 Metric Tons of humanitarian supplies to Umm Qasr.
    Australian Special Forces found 51 MiGs and a Roland anti-aircraft missile.
    Operation Planet X, May 15, 2003, resulted in 260 people being detained.
    3 ID killed six irregulars and captured 2.
    4 ID killed four irregulars and captured 128 others, and destroyed some T-72s.
    US Marines stopped a bank robery and recovered $3.7M. They killed one robber and wounded and arrested another.
    US Marines delivered 15,000 gallons of diesel fuel for a water treatment plant. (April 15, 2003)
    Delivered 700,000 liters of water to Kirkuk and distributed 35,000 liters. (April 14, 2003)
    Escorted two generators from the Italian Embassy to two hospitals in Baghdad.
    British troops distributed 200,000 liters of water in Basra.
    32 Regiment Royal Engineers helped put out an oil pipeline fire.
    The 82nd Airborne Division distributed 1,200 MREs to Iraqi civilians.
    Ground troops killed an Iraqi general in a staff car.
    Hired 200 Iraqis to transport water to Umm Qasr.
    Polish troops secured oil platforms in the Umm Qasr area.
    100 tribal troops joined the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force in attacks near Ad Diwaniyah and As Shatra.
    Jordan foiled an Iraqi plot to contaminate a water tank that supplied Coalition troops.
    On March 31, 2003 soldiers of the Black Watch rescued Jakubu Maina Kamau and David Shira Mukaria. They were contract drivers who the Iraqis took prisoner. Their rescuers include Sgt. Bob Barnet, Cpl Stewart Robson, and LCpl Gavin Dodds.
    PUK soldiers cleared 307 mines.
    Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) fighters drove Ansar al-Islam terrorists out of Iraq. The fighting killed 120 al-Islam terrorists 17 PUK solders were killed in the fighting.
    Kuwaiti Oil Company extinguished one of the 7 oilfield fires.
    Paratroopers captured an airfield in Northern Iraq.
    On March 24, 2003 one of the 8 oilfield fires has been extinguished.
    On March 19, 2003 17 Iraqi soldiers surrendered.
    US Special Forces and CIA agents are in Northern Iraq teaching the Kurds how to protect themselves against Chemical and Biological attack.
    An Iraqi Captain, an NCO, and a member of the Republican Guard defected.
    Polish GROM forces are fighting in Iraq.
    March 14, 2003 - 50 Free Iraqi soldiers have joined the coalition forces as interpreters.
    May 10, 2004 - U.S. Marines stopped a child from playing with an IED.
    General Tommy Franks was the US Commander in Iraq. He has been sued for war crimes in a Belgian court.
    General Sir Mike Jackson
    Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli multi-national corps - Iraq Commanding General.
    Lt. Gen. George Casey is the Senior U.S. Commander in Iraq.
    Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez was the Senior U.S. Commander in Iraq.
    Lt. Gen. Jim Conway, USMC, Commander 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
    Lt. Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, Commander multi-national Security transitional command.
    Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli, Commander, Multi-National Corp.
    & Air Chief Marshal Brian Kevin BURRIDGE CBE ADC, Royal Air Force, was awarded The Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
    Maj. Gen. Buford Blount is the commander of the Third U.S. Infantry Division.
    General (Maj Gen Equivalent) Tyszkiewicz, a Division Commander of the Polish troops in Iraq.
    Maj Gen David Petraeus took Gen Sultan Hashim Ahmad al-Jabburi al-Tai into custody.
    Maj Gen Peter Chiarelli
    Maj Gen (Chaplain) Charles Baldwin
    Maj Gen Richard Natunski, USMC
    Rear Admiral Christopher Ames was commander of Task Force 58.
    Major General Douglas M. Stone, USMC, assumed duties as Deputy Commanding General, Detainee Operations
    & Brigadier Albert Edward WHITLEY CBE was awared Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) & Brigadier Brigadier James Benjamin DUTTON, Royal Marines was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
    Brigadier Nigel Aylwin-Foster, UK.
    & Air Commodore Christopher Mark NICKOLS, RAF, was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
    Brigadier General Peter Vangjel, USA, heads the investigation of the death of Major General Nicola Calipari.
    Commodore Steve Gilmore, Royal Australian Air Force, is the commander of Task Force 58.
    Dawood Bagistani arranged for the surrender of Gen Sultan Hashim Ahmed al-Jabburi al-Tai.
    & Captain Alan Michael MASSEY, Royal Navy was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
    & Colonel Patrick Claude MARRIOTT OBE, Queen's Royal Lancers, was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
    & Group Captain Simon Keith DOBB OBE, RAF, was awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
    Col. James Hickey is the commander of the 1st brigade of the 4th Infantry Division.
    Col. Michael Linnington is the commander of the third brigade of the 101st Airborne Division.
    Col. Richard R. McPhee is the commander of the 75th Exploitation Task Force.
    Col. David Perkins is a Brigade Commander.
    Col. Brian Morr 447th Expeditionary Medical Support Commander.
    Col. James Hickey, commander 4th Infantry, 1st Brigade. Led combat team that captured Saddam Hussein.
    Col. Yasushi Kiyota, of the Japanese Self-Defense Force.
    & Colonel Francis Hedley Robertson Howes, Royal Marines, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Colonel Timothy Thomas Cyril Collins, Late The Royal Irish Regiment, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Colonel Timothy Thomas Cyril Collins, Late The Royal Irish Regiment, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Colonel John William Shanahan MBE, Late Corps of Royal Engineers, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Captain Ross Geoffrey Ferris, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) Colonel James Pohl, sentenced Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits to 1 year confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge. Quote from Colonel Pohl; "Just because it's on TV, it doesn't mean it's true."
    Colonel Marcus Beyerle, USAF, and Maj. Mike Larkin, USAF, recovered ancient artifacts from a digging site. Professional archiologists are now digging in that site.
    Col. Jill Morgenthaler, Maj. Denise Varner, Krijan Nikica, Vinko Garranic, and Osama Mohamoud Mohannad rescued a kitten from a wall inside the Alfaw Palace on July 8, 2003.
    Colonel Augustus L. Collinns, 155th Brigade Combat Team Commander.
    Colonel (Dr) Steve Chambers of the 506th EMEDS Commander.
    Colonel Jorge Mendonca, UK
    Colonel Larry D. Nicholson, Commander ECT-5.
    & Captain Paul Anthony McALPINE Royal Navy, Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    & Colonel Benjamin Peter EDWARDS Late The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    & Lieutenant Colonel Iain Graham HARRISON MBE Royal Regiment of Artillery, Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    % Lt. Colonel Ven Dange won the 2005 Sijan Award.
    Lt. Col Steve Russell, commander 1-22 Inf, and Spc Cody Hoefer were in a firefight where four of the enemy were killed.
    Lt. Col. Brian McCoy, USMC, has been sued in a Belgian court for war crimes.
    Lt. Col. (Dr) Steven Wire gave a root canal to a Danish working dog Clinton.
    Lt. Col. (Dr) Craig Ruder, 477th EMEDS.
    Lt. Col. Andy Wolkstein, 379thAeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Facility Commander.
    Lt. Col Allen B. West, artillery officer, charged with aggravated assault while interrogating a prisoner. The prisoner gave information that foiled a plot to attack US soldiers.
    Lt. Col. Scott Wedemeyer, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, battle captain.
    Cmdr. (Rev) Stephen Pike came within inches of being struck by a 107mm rocket as he slept. The rocket landed under his trailer but failed to explode. He attributes his survival to divine intervention.
    & Commander Paul Dominic Burke, Royal Navy, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Commander Martin William Ewence, Royal Navy, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Commander Kenneth Wayne Latimer Keble, Royal Navy, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Commander Dawn Elizabeth Kenney, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service Reserve, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Commander Simon John Tate, Royal Navy, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas David Ashmore, Royal Regiment of Artillery, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Duncan Richard Kenneth Francis, Royal Regiment of Artillery, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Peter Andrew Jones MBE, The Royal Logistic Corps, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Rory John Craig Maxwell MBE, The Royal Logistic Corps, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel David John Paterson, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Michael Pope, Corps of Royal Engineers, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Linley Tickell MBE, Corps of Royal Engineers, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel Simon Paul Wolsey, Royal Regiment of Artillery, was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) & Lieutenant Colonel James Michael Cowan was awarded the Order of the British Empire.
    & Lieutenant Colonel Anthony John WAKEMAN MBE Corps of Royal Engineers was awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    & Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Paul WILLIAMS MBE The Staffordshire Regiment was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    Lieutenant Colonel Jame Cowan, UK, led the Black Watch during the April 2003 invasion of Iraq.
    Wing Commander Rad Green, RAF.
    Lt Col Greg Schultz
    Lt Col Abdul Majeed, Iraqi Army, Commander 321 Iraqi Army.
    Commander Eric Phipps, deputy commander CTG 158-1
    & Lieutenant Colonel James Francis Pardoe SWIFT The Royal Regiment of Wales, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    & Major Francis Ralph MORTON was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
    & Lieutenant Colonel James Woodham of the Royal Anglian Regiment was awarded the Military Cross.
    Lt. Col. William H. Steele.
    & Lieutenant Commander Richard Michael ALLAN Royal Naval Reserve, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    & Major Ronnie Liam COUTTS The Royal Regiment of Scotland, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    & Major Simon James Peter GILDERSON The Royal Gurkha Rifles, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    & Major Rupert Stuart Michael THORNELOE Welsh Guards, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    & Maj. Neal F. Pugliese, USMC, was awarded the Bronze Star with combat "V".
    & Maj. John Perez, MBE of Royal Gibraltar Regiment was awarded the U.S. Bronze Star medal.
    Major Jim Pompano, USAF, escorted Fluffy, a working dog, to the US.
    Major (Dr) Brian Crownover, USAF, treated 25 Iraqis in Balad, Iraq.
    Major (Dr) Tanya Leinicke, USAF, is an emergency room physician at Talil, AB.
    Major Lou Zeisman, 82nd Airborne Div. † Maj. William Vickers, USMC
    Major Gregory McMillion, USAF † Major Clark R. Paulus, USMC
    Major Nancy Parson, nurse supervisor, 31st CSH.
    Maj. (Dr) Duncan Hughes, USAF, Maj. (Dr) Greg Schumacher, USAF, and Maj. (Dr) Rich Tyson, USAF, saved Nahida Radi, 8, who was bitten by a snake.
    Maj. Salam Shalaam, Iraqi Air Force, shot down while flying a MiG-23 in 1991.
    Maj. Michael Peebles, UK
    Maj. David Dinenna, Abu Ghraib warden.
    Maj. (Dr) Vanessa Williams.
    Maj. Tanya Gatheridge, UK
    Maj. Dana G. Hyatt
    Maj. Rick Hughes, USAF
    & Squadron Leader Shane William ANDERSON Royal Air Force, awarded the The Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
    % Capt. William M. Dains won the 2005 Sijan Award.
    & Captain Simon Bratcher, The Royal Logistic Corps, was awarded the Military Cross for his actions in June 2005.
    && Captain Thomas "Tad" Douglas, USMC, led 70 combat missions. Was twice awarded the Bronze Star.
    & Captain James Kimber was awarded the Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal.
    &Capt. Stephanie Root, USAF, was awarded the Bronze Star.
    Capt. Chris Carter rescued a wounded Iraqi woman.
    Capt. Brian Lewis is in the 1st Tank Battallion.
    Capt. Katherine V. Rose, 142nd Corps Support Battalion, Battalion Operations Officer.
    Capt. Gareth Seeds, 1st Bttn., The Queens Lancashire Rgmt.
    Capt. Musab Joseph, Task Force 1-22, Infantry Tikrit.
    Capt. Dave Schiller, treated the working dog Black.
    Capt. Scott Dunn, lawyer for Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits
    Capt. Robert Bodisch, USMC, tank commander.
    Captain Dawn Graham, USAF, helped save a three month old boy from a deadly infection.
    Capt. Gary Rowley, Company Commander.
    Capt. Rogelio Maynalot † Capt. Mark Doggett † Capt. Rogelio M. Maynulet
    Chaplain (Capt.) Hector Colon, USAF
    Chaplain (Capt.) Michael Hurt, USA
    Captain Sev Olinger, USAF, fighter-duty officer.
    Captain Joshua Tyler, USAF, secured an IED, January 4, 2006.
    Captain LeeAnn Roberts, USAF, instructed Iraqi trainees.
    Captain Alex Logie, UK, Warrior Commander.
    Captain Stephanie Root, USAF, Flight Commander.
    Captain Jared Rudacille, Commander Company D, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry Regiment.
    Capain Colin Brooks, Commander Company B, 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment.
    Captain James S. Kimber, USMC, Commander India Company, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment.
    Captain Michael Drew, 69ID
    Chaplain (Captain) Mike Griffith
    Captain Aaron Scheinberg, Platoon Leader
    Captain Andrew Byrd, USA, 4th BCT.
    Chaplain (Captain) Jose Tate, USAF.
    Capt. Jason Lucero, US Army, Intelligence Officer.
    Captain Michael Stewart, US Army
    Capt. Wesley Theurer and Sgt. Tracey Lyons saved the life of Faisal, a 2-year-old boy. Faisal's mother took the deathly ill Faisal to a Company C, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment checkpoint.
    Lt Andrew Ledford, U.S. Navy SEAL.
    & Captain Kevin Michael David IVISON The Royal Logistic Corps, George Medal (GM)
    1Lt Stanley L. Martin, defense layer for Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits
    1Lt. (Dr) Tammy Stevenson sedated a Danish working dog Clinton who needed a root canal.
    1Lt. Jeffery Smiley, Water Quality Officer, 490th Civil Affairs Bttn.
    1Lt. Leo Baustian, USAF, was the intelligence officer of a convoy that was ambushed on March 24, 2004. One U.S. Soldier and three of the enemy were killed in the attack.
    1Lt. Gregory W. Smith.
    Lt Liz Davies Rail Troop Commander of 17 Port and Maritime Regiment, Royal Logistical Corps.
    1st Lt. David O. Sutton was favorably mentioned in Major General Antonio M. Toguba's Report.
    1st Lt. Scott Alpaugh.
    1st Lt. Todd Turner, USAF, developed body armor.
    1st Lt. Robert Daniels, 69 ID
    1st Lt. Matthew Guevara, Company C, 3rd Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Platoon Leader.
    2nd Lt. Erick J. Anderson † 2nd Lt. Ilario Patitanom USMC.
    2nd Lt. Nicholas Acosta, 69 ID
    %Junior Under Officer Mohammed, Iraqi Army, received the Overseas Sword.
    CWO-3 JOhn S. Soaf, USMC, OIC or a team installing HMMWV armor.
    CWO Carrie McLeish and MSG Paul Franks installed the last of 233 computers in Mosul City Hall on December 11, 2003.
    Chief Warrant Officer Paul Hamilton, an interrogator with the 141 Military Intelligence Battallion, spearheaded a toy drive.
    &Warrant Officer Class 2 Tulbahadur ALE The Queen's Gurkha Engineers, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
    Warrant Officer 1 Mark Jackson, Ammo. Technician
    Warrant Officer Mark Davies, UK
    &Command Sgt. Maj. Ron Riling was awarded the Silver Star. He killed an insurgent.
    Command Sgt Maj Steven Stuckey
    &Sgt Maj Sara Jennings was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for coming to the aid of three US Marines injured in a traffic accident. Command Master Chief Petty Officer Christopher Shannon collected 100 spare flash hoods for U.S. Army troops in Iraq.
    &&Senior Chief Petty Officer Jody McIntire was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star.
    &Senior Chief Petty Officer Reginald Brown was awarded the Bronze Star for is actions on April 12, 2005. During his tour in Iraq he was the primary care provider in six mass casualty incidents. He was the primary care provider for 45 wounded.
    &1st Sgt. Justin Lehew received the Navy Cross
    Chief Petty Officer Vicky Barker.
    &Salvadoran Army 1st Sgt. Fredy Adolfo Castro awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coalition Provisional Authority workers. 1st Sgt Philip Johnson, U. S. Army.
    1st Sgt Scott A. Van De Van, USMC.
    MSG Brian Lipinski, USA.
    Chief Hospital Corpsman Joe Campbell provided emergency treatment to two Iraqi children who received 2nd and 3rd degree burns from RPG propellant. Insurgents fired the RPG at U.S. Marines.
    %MSgt Dennis Ross, USAF, is in the Vehicle Operations, career field, the Air Force Association has chosen this career field as the "2005 Team of the Year." MSgt Ross was chosen as a representative for this career field.
    &MSgt Vera Berry, USAF, awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
    &MSgt George Campbell, USAF, awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
    MSgt Mike Jones, respiratory therapist.
    MSgt Deb Akaniz, treated the working dog Black.
    MSgt Johnnis Gandolfo, treated the working dog Black.
    MSgt Bubba Beason, USAF.
    MSgt Charles Burke, USAF, firefighter.
    MSgt Bryan J. Kemp, USMC.
    &Sfc Darrel Kessinger was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for coming to the aid of three US Marines injured in a traffic accident. &Sfc Robert Perkins was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for coming to the aid of three US Marines injured in a traffic accident. &SFC, then SSG, Curtis Haines received the Soldiers Medal for rescuing an Iraqi civilian from a vehicle set on fire by a VBIED on May 6, 2004.
    Sfc Patrick Sandel survived 13 IED, 5 mortar, and 1 car bomb attack.
    Sfc Robert Gpoff, Sfc Roberto Chavez.
    sfc Edwin Feliciano, 69ID
    SCW1 Jeffrey Ballas and eight subordinants developed a method of up-armoring vehicles. They uparmored 100 trucks.
    &Colour Sergeant Matthew Tomlinson, Royal Marines was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross.
    &Colour Sergeant Matthew Robert TOMLINSON Royal Marines, The Conspicuous Gallantry Cross (CGC)
    %TSgt Jason Hohenstreiter, USAF, is in the Vehicle Operations, career field, the Air Force Association has chosen this career field as the "2005 Team of the Year." TSgt Hohenstreiter was chosen as a representative for this career field.
    TSgt George B. Stewart stabilized three wounded service members during an ambush on March 24, 2004.
    TSgt Ed James was the assistant convoy commander in a convoy that was ambushed on March 24, 2004. One U.S. Soldier and three of the enemy were killed in the attack.
    TSgt Carolyn Clark, USAF, is an emergency room NCOIC at Talil AB.
    TSgt Gerald Lowry, USAF, field tested body armor.
    Tech. Sgt. Kelly Wayment, a heavy equipment operator with the 506th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron discovered artifacts that are possibly 2,000 years old.
    Information Systems Technician 1st Class Jack Lane, Damage Controlman 1st Class Kevin Holyfield, Equipment Operator 1st Class Oscar Villaman, and Operations Specialist 2nd Class Pete Tunley rescued a man, who is a sultan, from drowning in a hotel swimming pool in Oman.
    &Salvadoran Army Staff Sgt. Carlos Escheverria Vides awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coatilition Provisional Authority workers. &Salvadoran Army Staff Sgt. Victor Gonzalez Chanta awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coalition Provisional Authority workers. &Salvadoran Army Staff Sgt. Luis Mejia Cideos awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coalition Provisional Authority workers. &Staff Sgt. Spencer A. Howell received the Soldier's Medal for his part in rescuing four USMC AH-1 crew members.
    &Staff Sgt. Steve Reichert killed two of the enemy on February 22, 2004 and was awarded the Bronze Star with combat "V".
    &SSG William Thomas Payne awared the Silver Star for rescuing soldiers from a disabled Bradley fighting vehicle on September 12, 2004.
    SSG Ron Chamrin, 354th Civil Affairs Bttn., USA † SSG Georg-Andreas Pogany
    &TSgt Eric Brandenbury Jr., awarded the Silver Star.
    &TSght Quincy Banks, USAF, awarded the Bronze Star for helping prevent the explosion of 34 IEDs. Prevented an ambush of a US Army M1 by two IEDs.
    &TSgt Cynthia Blais, USAF, awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
    &TSgt Ruben Vazquez, USAF, medic, received the Bronze Star for his service from November 2005 - May 2006.
    &&Tech. Sgt. David Fitzgerald, USAF, was awarded the Bronze Star and the Army Commendation Medal with Valor.
    &SSG Epifanio Garcia, Squad Leader, HHC 2nd ACT, received the Army Commendation Medal for his part in foiling a planned IED attack and capturing a terrorist.
    TSgt Jennifer Wayne EOD Team Chief
    TSgt Brian Schilhabel, secured an IED, January 4, 2006.
    Master-at-Arms First Class William J. Kimbro was favorably mentioned in Major General Antonio M. Toguba's Report.
    SSG Mark Matthews, 801th Brigade Support Bttn., 506th Regimental Combat Team, headed a convoy, January 9, 2006.
    Staff Sgt. Dale L. Horn, named Sheik by Iraqi villagers.
    SSG John Todd
    SSG Alberto B. Martinez
    %SSgt Joshua A. Swartz received the Non-Commissioned Officers Association Air Force Vanguard Award.
    &SSgt Michael Shropshire, awarded the Silver Star, directed munitions that destroyed 10 tanks.
    &Staff Sgt. Timothy Nein was awarded the Silver Star for his actions on March 20, 2005.. He was a Squad Leader, 617th MP Company. The action resulted in 27 terrorists killed, six wounded and one captured.
    &SSgt Michael Williams, awarded the Bronze Star for participating in 99 missions, these involved 61 roadside bombs and 9 unexploded ordinances. He uncovered weapons caches, was involved in assaults, and disarmed three IEDs. He helped recover the remains of two soldiers.
    &Staff Sgt. Michael Pray, USAF, was awarded the Bronze Star.
    &Staff Sgt. Sjon Higgins, USAF, was awarded the Bronze Star.
    SSgt John Shipp, SrA Matthew Hanes, and A1C Richard Mansure captured a member of the Republican Guard on June 9, 2003.
    SSgt Smith 759 of the British army led a refurbishment project at a primary school.
    SSgt Suzanne Jenkins, Aerial Photographer, 1st Combat Camera Sq.
    SSgt Kurt McNeely was in a convoy that was ambushed on March 24, 2004. One U.S. Soldier and three of the enemy were killed in the attack.
    %SSgt Keith Stevens, USAF, received the Air Force 2005 Vanguard award. He treated three soldiers during an ambush on his convoy.
    &SSgt John Traum, USAF, received the Army Commendation Medal.
    SSgt Leslie Poling, USAF.
    SSgt Eldenous Allen, USAF, NCIOC ASOC Intelligence.
    SSgt Jonathan Geren, USAF.
    Staff Sgt. Alissa Jones, USAF, Dog Handler, 72nd Security Forces Squadron. Her working dog Marco was accidentally electricuted on January 19, 2007.
    SSG Raymond Girouard, SSG Chris Woodruf
    &Staff Sergeant Chris James HEWETT The Royal Logistic Corps, The Queen's Gallantry Medal (QGM)
    Commando Eric Walderman of the Royal Marines perpetrated a prank. He posed for a camera in his helmet which had four bullet holes in it. The press assumed he was wearing the helmet when some Iraqis shot him. He wasn't wearing the helmet when some other Royal Marines shot his helmet four times.
    & Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class (FMF) Juan M. Rubio was awarded the Silver Star.
    &Sgt Leigh Ann Hester of the 617th Military Police Company was awarded the Silver Star for her actions during an enemy ambush.on March 20, 2005. Sgt Hester killed three insurgents. The action resulted in 27 insurgents killed, six wounded and one captured.
    &Sgt Curtis Campbell was awarded the Bronze Star.
    &Sgt Robert Swanson was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for coming to the aid of three US Marines injured in a traffic accident. Sgt Colin Fredrick is an armored scout † Sgt Rickey Flagg Charile Company, 326th Engineering Bttn., USA
    Sgt Osvaldo Ortiz accompanied the remains of a fellow soldier back to Puerto Rico.
    Sgt William Allen, developed a project for delivering 10 garbage trucks to an Iraqi municipality.
    Sgt. Charity Witmer † Sgt. Gary Pittman, USMC † Sgt. Albert Rodriquez-Martinez
    Sgt. Amin Aanan, Task Force 1-22, Infantry Tikrit.
    Sgt. Michael P. Williams † Sgt Rafael Velez † Sgt Shari Wright, USA † Sgt Sean Blackwell, USA.
    Sgt. Max Picco helped save the lives of 71 wounded Iraqi soldiers.
    Sgt. Leo Shinkle, gunner.
    Sgt. Thomas Cassady † Sgt. Richard Frisbie
    Sgt. Anthony Riley, USMC.
    Sgt. Neal "Big Neal" Saunders, Sgt Edward "Greg-O" Gregory Staves, Spc Michael "Paperboy" Davis, Sgt Ronin Clay & Spc Michael Thomas recorded a 15-track Rap Album.
    Sgt Carle Selman, UK † Sgt Kelvin Stacey, UK
    Sgt Kenneth Sutton † Sgt. Michael J. Smith.
    Sgt Robert Hildreth, USA, medic.
    Sgt Shawn Snyder, USA, a 7.62mm bullet struck his helmet. He was unhurt.
    Army Sgt. Gwen Beberg rescued a puppy 'rachet' frrom a burning building.
    SSgt Viktor Hancock, USAF, 732nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron.
    SSgt Michael Brown, 69ID
    Staff Sergeant Michael A. Hensley
    & Sgt Jessie Sparks, Squad Leader, HHC 2nd ACT, received the Army Commendation Medal for his part in foiling a planned IED attack.
    Sergeant David Terence BOISSEL Royal Regiment of Artillery, Queen's Commendation for Bravery (QCB).
    Sgt Mat Tate, RAF
    Sgt Delvin T. Davis, USMC, rescued 1st Lt Raymond G. Baronie from a burning vehicle.
    Sgt Luis Donegue, 69ID, Sgt Sean O'Hara, 69ID
    Sgt. Lawrence G. Hutchins III, USMC
    Sgt. Milton Ortiz, Jr.
    Sgt. Evan Vela
    Sgt Wesley D. Smith, Sgt Jeremy Roebuck, Sgt Edward Sandmeier, and Spc Buddhika Jayamaha were among those who wrote op-ed articles in the NY Times critical of reports of progress in Iraq in the summer of 2007.
    Lance Sgt Derek Hood, UK
    PO3 John Ung, second tour to Iraq.
    &Spc. Eric S. Burns received the Soldier's Medal for his part in rescuing four USMC AH-1 crew members.
    &HM3 Kenneth W. Ball was awarded the Bronze Star with combat "V".
    &Salvadoran Army Cpl. Jose Daniel Oporto awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coalition Provisional Authority workers. Cpl. Edward Chin, USMC, covered the face of a Saddam Hussein statue in Baghdad with an American Flag.
    %Senior Airman Grailin M. Blamer, USAF, won the 2005 Sijan Award.
    %SrA Joshua Powell, USAF, is in the Vehicle Operations, career field, the Air Force Association has chosen this career field as the "2005 Team of the Year." SrA Powell was chosen as a representative for this career field.
    SrA John Byrum, firefighter, took part in the rescue of four U.S. soldiers injured in a UH-60 crash at Talil, AB (9/21/2004)
    SrA Rob Cook, Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team Member.
    SrA Anthony Trirarelli.
    SrA Andy Moore, UDAF, Tac Party Member.
    &
    &Spc Gerrit Kobes was awarded the Silver Star.
    &Spc James Grubb was awarded the Bronze Star.
    &Spc Lucas Crowe was awarded the Bronze Star. Spc Crowe saved the life of a 2 year-old Iraqi boy.
    Spc. Joseph M. Darby, alerted superiors about prisoner abuses. He was given favorable mention in Major General Antonio M. Toguba's report.
    Spc. Jonathan Laureles, on third tour.
    Spc. Joshua Rice † Spc. Israel Rivera † Spc Rachel Witmer † Spc Arthur Myers
    Spc. Tim Canjar, 320th MP Battalion
    Spc Jerry Boler † Spc Chase Ash † Spc Brent W. May † Spc. John Perkins † Spc. Haytham Ibrahim
    Spc. Terry Foster
    Cpl Brett Dagen, USA.
    Cpl Stuart Gammie (British soldier)
    Cpl Douglas Gammie (British soldier)
    Cpl Samuel Toloza, El Salvador Army, fought off insurgents with a knife.
    Cpl Trent D. Thomas, USMC
    Sgt Jonathan Tointon, UK and Cpl Harry Jordine, UK captured an insurgent.
    Sgt Brian Barnes, A1C Michael McInnis, & Amn Dustin Steffen forght a fire at Kirkuk AB on September 14, 2004.
    Sgt Dan Smith, USA, invented mounts for a new targeting acquisition system.
    Sgt Michael Riley, team leader, with his team captured an Iraqi who stabbed Sgt Dan Powers in the head, Sgt Powers survived the attack.
    Spc Ryan Webb, Spc Kenneth Mejia, 69 ID, Spc Brian Peck, 69 ID
    Spc William B. Hunsaker
    Spc Juston Graber
    Spc Nathan B. Lynn
    Spc Victor Guzman
    Spec. Simon Muturi
    & Hospitalman Luis E. Fonseca Jr. was awarded the Navy Cross.
    Cpl Donald Payne, UK
    Cpl. Yousef A. Badou, USMC, serving third tour in Iraq.
    Cpl. Tasha M. Monz, USMC, serving third tour in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    Cpl. Martin Webster, UK.
    Cpl Justin Butler, USMC
    Cpl Marshall L. Magincaldo, USMC
    Cpl Taletha L. Evans, USMC
    Cpl Brian M. Henner, USMC, combat photographer. A bullet lodged in his helmet on July 23, 2006.
    PO3 Melson J. Bacos
    SrA Randy Walgren led a team that recovered over $1 million worth of pallets at Ali Base, Iraq.
    Spc. Brandon Rork, machine gunner & Spc. Charles Osgood stopped a VBIED and wounded its driver on June 10, 2007. Sgt. James Rupert, Sgt. Jomo Fields, Spc. Rico Roman and an interpreter named Fox captured the terrorist. A detailed account of the incident is on this web page; http://commandosof2bct.blogspot.com/2007/07/im-still-standing.html.
    Specialist Jorge G Sandoval, Jr.
    Senior Airman Joseph Aton directed a B-1B on a strike that destroyed an Al-Qaeda compound that included a torture chamber.
    &LCpl Justin S. Bailey was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal with a Combat "V".
    LCpl James Walter discovered a suicide bomb factory.
    LCpl James Blake Miller † LCpl Abdul Henderson.
    LCpl Tyler A. Jackson, USMC
    A1C Raul Mexicano and A1C Shina Watkins were in a convoy that was ambushed on March 24, 2004. One U.S. solder and three of the enemy were killed in the attack.
    A1C Juan Jordan found an unexploded ordinance. (RBK-500)
    A1C Daniel Wurdinger † A1C Lattice Goldsby † A1C Shawn Brown
    & Christopher Fernandez was awarded the Silver Star.
    Pfc Bryan J. Nagel, USMC, killed a suicide bomber and destroyed an SVBIED. April 20, 2005.
    Pfc Leonard Clark † Pfc Amanda Smith † Pfc. Deanna Allen † Pfc Brian McJunkin
    Pfc Jason Chambers discovered a weapons cache. This action took 637 bombs from enemy hands.
    Lance Cpl. Chris Marquez and Lance Cpl. Dan Shaffer carried Sgt. Maj. Bradley A. Kasal out of the "House of Hell" on November 14, 2004.
    Lance Cpl. William Roy † Lance Cpl. Christian Hernandez † Lance Cpl. Andrew Rodney † Lance Cpl. Konstantin Mikholap
    LCpl Wayne Crowcroft, UK, LCpl James Stephen Cooke, UK
    LCpl Jerry E. Shumante, Jr., USMC, LCpl Robert B. Pennington, USMC
    Pfc Bradley Mason, Pfc Corey Clagett, Pfc Brandie Leon
    Pfc John J. Jodka, USMC.
    Pfc Nicholas Pata, U.S. Army, was a firefighter at "ground zero" on September 11, 2001.
    & Pvt Teresa Broadwell was awarded the Bronze Star for her actions during a firefight.
    &Salvadoran Army Francisco Cordova Sanchez awarded the Bronze Star for saving the lives of six Coalition Provisional Authority workers. Pvt. Robert Sisk † Pvt. Jan Battan
    Pvt Ian Gammie (British soldier)
    Pvt. Reshaun Richardson of the 555th Combat Engineering Brigade blew up a statue of Saddam Hussein on July 18, 2003.
    Pvt. James Gore, 1st Bttn, The Queens Lancashire Rgmt.
    Pvt. Chris Peer, tanker
    & Fusilier Daniel James SMITH The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, George Medal (GM)
    % Pte. Thomas Spaughten, UK, received General Officer Commanding's Commendation.
    Pte. Adam Mills, UK, discovered an IED.
    Pte. Darren Fallon, UK.
    Guardsman Joseph McCleary, UK † Guardsman Martin McGing, UK.
    Soldiers who created the card deck of the most wanted Iraqis: 2Lt. Hans Mumm, SSG Shawn Mahoney, Sgt Scott Boehmler, Sgt Andrei Salter, Spc Joseph Barrios
    Mrs Heidi Stover was the manager at the AAFES shoppette in TALLIL AIR BASE, Iraq for six months.
    Mr. Carl Payne Department of the Army Civilian.
    Steven Stafanowicz, civilian contractor.
    Baresh, a tribal commissioner and member of the Arab Jabour Concerned Citizens program. Killed a suicide bomber.
    Damage Done by Ground Troops

    Tanks 11 (1 T-55 with Javelin) Observation Towers) 3 (with TOW missiles) Safe Houses 38
    APC 3 Aircraft (ground) 5 AAA pieces 2
    Artillery 2 Other vehicles 36 Enemy Killed 843 (6 by Iraqi Military)
    Mortar Firing Positions 22 Ambush Sites 14 Mortar 1
    Link to Casualties.
    Over 8,013 members of the Iraqi security forces have been killed by the enemy. Iraqi Dead Include:

    Maj. Gen. Mubdar Hatim Hazya Al-Duleimi
    Brigadier General Iyad Imad Mahdi.
    Col. Fadhil Muhammed Mobarak † Col. Khudair Mukhlif Ali
    Lt. Col. Suleiman Hamad al-Marawi
    Capt. Awas Youssif Hassan
    policeman Hamed Mohammed Jassim
    308 Coalition troops were killed, including 175 UK troops.
    Ukranian Dead

    Yuriy Koydan, killed in a vehicle mishap.
    Spanish Dead

    Capt (Navy) Manuel Martin Oar
    Sgt Jose Antonio Bernal Gomez
    Gonzalo Perez Garcia
    Polish Dead

    Commander (Major) Hieronim Kupczuk
    El Salvadorean Dead

    Pvt. Natvidad Mendez
    Italian Dead

    Captain Nicholas Ciardelli
    Warrant Officer Frank Lattanzio, Carabinieri † Warrant Officer Carl De Trizio, Carabinieri
    Cpl Matteo Vanzan
    & Major General Nicola Calipari, an Italian Intelligence Officer (SISMI) who negotiated Giuliana Sgrena's release was killed, apparently by Spc Mario Lozano, when the vehicle with Maj. General Calipari, Giuliana Sgrena, and Carabinieri Major Andrea Carpini approached a checkpoint. Maj. General Calapri was awarded the Gold Medal of Valor. Carabinieri Major Andrea Carpini and Giuliana Sgrena were wounded in the incident. An investigation found no fault with the actions of U.S. forces. Italian prosecutors Frank Ionta, Peter Saviotti, Erminio Amelio, and Giovanni Ferrara have indicted Spc Mario Lozano for murder and attempted murder. Spc Mario Lozano was wounded while serving in Iraq. Judge Sante Spinaci set the trial date for April 17, 2007. Italian law prohibits foreigners from being tried in absentia unless it is a "political murder" so Judge Spinaci ruled it a "political murder".
    Bulgarian Dead

    March 4, 2005 - Jr. Sgt. Gardi Gardev, killed by U.S. Forces. His unit and U.S. forces mistook each other for the enemy.
    Australian Dead

    Pvt. Jake Kovco (accidental gunshot wound)
    U.S. State Department Civiiian Dead:

    Ed Seitz, killed in mortar attack.
    Contractor Dead Include:

    Jung Mycong-nan, Korean † Dhosei Koda, Japanese † Kenneth Bigley, British † Jack Hensley, U.S. † Eugene Armstrong (U.S.) † Murat Yuce (Turkish) † Georgi Lazov (Bulgarian) † Nick Berg † Stephen Hulett (Kellogg Brown & Root) † Jack Montague (Kellogg Brown & Root) † Jeffrey Parker (Kellogg Brown & Root)
    Ronald J. Withrow, U.S. - kidnapped and murdered, John Roy Young, U.S. - kidnapped and murdered.
    Romanian Dead

    Cpl Bogdan Hancu
    POW/MIAs include:
    &SGT James Riley, awarded the Bronze Star. (Rescued by USMC, April 13, 2003)
    &SPC Edgar A. Hernandez, awarded the Bronze Star. (Rescued by USMC, April 13, 2003) † &SPC Joseph Hudson, awarded the Bronze Star. (Rescued by USMC, April 13, 2003) † &SPC Shoshana Johnson, awarded the Bronze Star. (Rescued by USMC, Rescued by USMC)
    &PFC Patrick Miller, awarded the Silver Star. (Rescued by USMC, April 13, 2003)
    Insurgents captured Thomas Hamill, an employee of Kellogg, Brown & Root. He escaped his captors.
    Amjad Hafeez, an employee of Kellogg, Brown, & Rot.
    Cpl Wassef Ali Hassoun, USMC, released.
    Christian Chesnot & Georges Malrunot, French nationals, released.
    Mehmet Bayar, truck driver, released.
    James Brandon, journalist, released.
    Fairuz Yamulky, Canadian, was missing for 11 days.
    Ali Ahmed Moussa.
    Douglas Wood (Australian), Vladimir Damaa, rescued by Iraqi security, separate operations.
    Ahmed abu Jaafar, Jordanian, rescued by a tribal chief's militia.
    Aytulla Gezmen, Abdurrahmas Demir & Salt Unurlu, Turkish, released.
    Micah Garen, released.
    Simona Torretta & Simona Pari, Italian aid workers, released.
    Margaret Hassan, Iraqi aid worker.
    Raad Ali Aziz & Mahnaz Bassan Iraqi aid workers, released.
    Feveidoun Jahani, Iranian diplomat, released.
    Paul Taggert, U.S., Reporter, captured and released.
    John Martinkus, Australian, journalist, released.
    Roy Hallums, U.S., rescued by coalition forces along with an Iraqi citizen on September 7, 2005. Kidnapped on November 1, 2004. Sgt Thomas Karkins, RM, captured by Iranians. Returned by Iranians.
    Gioliana Sgrena, Italian journalist for the communist newspaper, Il Manifesto. Released, wounded by U.S. Forces.
    Raaeda Al-Wazan, Iraqi journalist.
    Florence Aubenas, French journalist for the leftist newspaper Liberation.
    Jussein Hanoun al-Saadi, Iraqi, translator for Ms. Aubenas.
    Jeffrey Ake, President and CEO of Equipment Express.
    James Loney, Harmetrt Singh Sooden (Canadian), Norman Kember (UK) members of Christian Peacemaker Teams. Rescued March 23, 2006 by US & UK forces.
    Susanne Osthoff (German) an Archeologist was kidnapped and released. Days later Germany parolled Ali Hamedi who served 19 years for a plane hijacking and murdering U.S. Navy diver Robert Stethem. The German government denies there was any connection.
    Bernard Planche (French), works for AACCESS NGO. Rescued by Iraqi security forces.
    Ronald Schulz
    Phil Sands, (UK) freelance journalist, rescued by U.S. forces on January 15, 2006.
    Jill Carroll, (US) freelance journalist, January 7, 2006. Released March 30, 2006.
    Moses Munyao & George Noballa, Nigerian engineers, January 19, 2006.
    Joao Jose Vascondelos Jr., Brazilian engineer, January 19, 2006.
    Thomas Nitzschke and Rene Bräleunlich, German engineers. Released on May 3, 2006.
    (May 17, 2006) Kuwaiti diplomat Naji Rashid al-Nuaimi a Sudanese security guard Bedawi Ahmed Ibrahim was killed in the process.
    Wounded Include:
    Col. James H. Coffman Jr.
    Major Thomas B. Case † Major Andrew C. Peters
    Capt Aaron P. Hill, USMC † Capt Shawn Basco, USMC
    Lt. Col. John Ewers, USMC
    Flt Lt Neil Lawrenson, RAF, wounded by celebatory fire.
    &1st Lt. Raymond G. Beronie, USMC, wounded when a 57mm rocket struck his vehicle. He was awarded the Marine Corps Commendation Medal with combat V.
    1st Lt. Marr Brown † 1st. Lt . Brandan Mueller
    Master Chief Constructionman Martin Yingling.
    SSG Ray Mitchell, USA.
    Sgt. Konyaku Kaili
    & Sgt. Major Bradley A> Kasal, USMC, received 40 shrapnel and 7 bullet wounds on November 14, 2004. He was awarded the Navy Cross.
    & Senior Chief Electronics Technician (SS) Jason D. Taggart, awarded the Bronze Star with Combat "V". Discovered two IEDs and was in four firefights.
    SMSgt Richard Parsons (dislocated elbow)
    Chief Equipment Operator Darion Williams † Gunnery Sgt. David J. Dill † MSgt Jeffery Gore, USAF
    & HM2 Alan P. Dementer, awarded the Bronze Star with combat "V".
    & SSG William Rosborough, USMC, awarded the Bronze Star.
    Staff Sergeant Rober Arellano, USMC, gunshot wound by accident.
    SSG John A. Hansen, USA
    Sgt. Matthew P. Dalrymple, USMC, received two Purple Hearts and survived three IED attacks.
    Sgt. Willie Hall, USA, Sgt Robert Stout, USA
    PO1 Aaron Windle † Electricians Mate 1st Class William Knight † SSG Jamie Villa Fone, he captured the four Iraqis who wounded him.
    &TSgt Jason Quesenberry, awarded the Silver Star.
    SGT Wasim Kahn † SGT Charles Horgan
    Sgt Dewey Gibson, wounded twice.
    &SSgt Thomas Case, awarded the Silver Star.
    %SSgt Amelia Solomon, USAF, is in the Vehicle Operation career field. The Air Force Association chose this Career Field as the "2005 Team of the Year". SSgt Solomon was chosen as a representative of this career field. She has rode in convoy for 50,000 miles and transported 86 million pounds of cargo.
    SSgt Hope Arnold, USAF (vehicle accident) † SSgt Sameka Owens, USAF (vehicle accident)
    Staff Sgt. Aime Gaona, wounded twice.
    Sgt. Chris Scott † Sgt. Michael A. Cooke, U. S. Army.
    Steelworker 2nd Class Jody Allen, Construction Electrician 2nd Class Sean Sullivan
    Steelworker 3rd Class Christopher Moren
    &Petty Officer 3rd Class Jason C. Deguzman Senior Airman Dan Acosta, lost his left arm to an IED on December 7, 2005.
    %& SrA John Chege was wounded on July 11, 2004. He is in the Vehicle Operations career field. The Air Force Association chose the Vehicle Operations career field as the "2005 Team of the Year". SrA John Chege was chosen as a represenative of this career field. He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
    & Terry Bryon, who received the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross.
    &Spc Jeremy L. Church, was awarded the Silver Star for his actions of April 9, 2004.
    &
    Cpl James Wright, USMC, lost his right hand. Received the Bronze Star with "V" device.
    &Cpl. Timothy C. Tardif, USMC, was wounded on April 12, 2003. He received the Silver Star for his actions.
    & Corporal Peter William Lang MC, who received the Queen's Gallantry Medal.
    Steelworker 3rd Class Justin Sasser † Sgt David Romero † Spc Nancy Romero † Spc Austin Philips † Cpl Dwayne Frost † Spc Samuel Tulley † Spc Aaron Blakely † Spc Pedro Rodriguez † Spc Alan Hill ‴ Spc Jeremy Bristol † Cpl Francis Grubb † Cpl Damien Luten † Cpl Steven Eichenberger, USMC † Cpl Hector Delgado, USMC † Cpl Randy Glass, USMC † Cpl David McCallen, USMC † Cpl Brent Gross, USMC
    Hospital Corpsman 3rd Jonathan D. Bryant, wonded on May 14, 2004. It was his second deployment.
    &Lance Corporal Andrew George Dickson, who was awarded the Military Cross.
    & A1C Scott Palomino, received the Air Force Commendation Medal.
    & LCpl Michael A. McGraw, received the Achievement Medal with combat "V" for his actions on October 2, 2005.
    LCpl John T. Shepard † LCpl Joel W. Winkler † LCpl Jimmy Guerra † LCpl Joseph Newman † Pfc Candice May † LCpl Andrew Derrig † LCpl Joshua Menard † LCpl Joel Norman † PFC Jeffrey Wolf † PFC Michael Wayne Meyer, USMC
    & Pfc Kyle Turner, USA, was wounded on June 2, 2003. He received the Silver Star for his actions.
    Constructionman Cody Cannon, Constructionman Richard Fisher
    Pfc James McCain, USMC, youngest son of Sen. John McCain.
    &Pvt Dwayne Turner, 101st Airborne Division, was awarded the Silver Star.
    Pvt Jason Keough
    Private Johnson Beharry, 1st Btn. Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment.
    Iraqi Wounded

    Maj. Ahmed al-Hamawandi † Capt Adel Omran † Sgt Saad Drawal al-Dharaji † Sgt Asen Mohammed3 † Salah Abed Ali † Hussain Ali
    Amged Gawher Suliman † Police Officer Mohammed Muafaq † Rabia'a Kamash † Police Officer Arkan Adnan Ahmed3
    UK Wounded

    & Captain Paul Norton awarded the George Cross for his actions on July 24, 2005.
    Italian Wounded

    Warrant Officer Enrico Frassinito, Carabinieri
    Iraqi civilians killed 89,407.
    January 23, 2009 - DoD Civilian Issa T. Salomi, Excused Absence Whereabouts Unknown (EAWUN). He was returned to Military Control on March 25, 2010.
    March 2008 - Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho was kidnapped and murdered.
    August 19, 2007 - An Iraqi civilian, a member of Concerned Citizens was killed when he intercepted a suicide bomber who was attempting to attack U.S. soldiers.
    Contractors kidnapped; U.S. - Paul Reuben, Jonathon Cote, Munns: Austrian - Bert Nussbaumer
    April 6, 2007 - A VBIED containing chlorine killed 12 civilians and wounded 42 civilians and a police officer.
    June 26, 2006 - Terrorists murdered kidnap victims Fedor Zaysev, Rinat Agliyin, Anatoliy Smimov, & Oleg Fedoseev, Russian embassy workers.
    November 19, 2005 - 24 civilians were apparently killed by U.S. Marines in the aftermath of an IED attack.
    Enemy fire wounded 7 Ukranian soldiers.
    Tom Fox (US) member of Christian Peacemaker Teams captured and found murdered by terrorists.
    November 2005 - Terrorists captured six Iranian pilgrims.
    November 14, 2005 - Terrorists killed two South Africans.
    November 9, 2005 - Terrorists shot and killed a Sudanese Embassy driver.
    October 26, 2005 - Terrorists kidnapped Moroccan Embassy workers Abderrahim Boualam and Abdelkrim el Mouhafidi.
    October 24, 2005 - Hassein Youyan and Mohammad-Ali Zahedi of the People’s Mojahedin of Iranwere abducted.
    September 20, 2005 - A child was killed and another was wounded when terrorists used them as human shields.
    August 3, 2005 - Terrorists kidnapped and killed U.S. journalist Steven Vincent and his interpreter.
    July 27, 2005 - Terrorists kidnapped Mahir Yassin.
    July 27, 2005 - Terrorists kidnapped and killed Ali Belaroussi and Azzedine Belleadi, Algerian Ambassadors.
    July 7, 2005 - Terrorists kidnapped and killed Ihab al-Sherif, Egyptian Ambassador.
    April 16, 2005 - A car bombing killed founder of the organization CIVIC, Marla Ruzicka and Faiz Ali Salim. The attack wounded five others.
    August 31, 2004 - Terrorists killed 12 Nepali civilians.
    August 27, 2004 - Terrorists killed Enzo Baldoni, an Italian journalist.
    June 22, 2004 - Terrorists captured then murdered Kim Sun Il
    June 14, 2004 - An insurgent attack killed five foreigners.
    April 15, 2004 - Terrorists killed Fabrizio Quattrocchi and Iranian diplomat Khalil Naimi.
    April 2004 - Insurgents captured foreign relief workers including; Gary Teeley (UK), Takato Nahoko (Japan), Noraki Imai (Japan), Soichiro Koriyama (Japan), Ahmed Yassin Tikati (Palestinian), Nabil George Yaakob Razuq (Palestinian), Fadi Fadel (Canadian).
    April 4, 2004 - Four El Salvadoran soldiers and nine were wounded in a firefight. March 31, 2004 - An IED attack wounded three British soldiers.
    March 22, 2004 - 14 British soldiers injured in a public order incident.
    March 17, 2004 - A bombing destroyed the Hotel Jabal Lebanon killing 17 civilians.
    March 16, 2004 - An attack killed a German and a Dutch contractor.
    March 15, 2004 - A drive by shooting killed four Southern Baptist Missionaries. Those killed included Larry T. Elliott, Jean Dover Elliott, Karen Denise Watson and David E. McDonnall.
    March 10, 2004 - An U.S. Army mortar round fell short and killed an Iraqi civilian.
    March 2, 2004 - A series of bombings killed 117 at the Ashura Religious Festival, including 40-50 Iranian pilgrims.
    February 11, 2004 - A truck bomb killed 47 Iraqis.
    February 10, 2004 - A truck bomb killed 50 Iraqis, mostly civilians, and wounded at least 75 others.
    December 28, 2003 - An explosion killed 5 Bulgarian and 2 Thai troops.
    December 9, 2003 - US soldiers stopped two suicide bombing missions. The explosions wounded 58 soldiers, eight requiring hospitalization, and six Iraqi civilians.
    November 30, 2003 - Insurgents killed Republic of Korea contractors Kyung Hae Kwak and Man Soo Kim and their driver Luay Harby, an Iraqi. Jae Suk Lim and Sang Wan Lee were wounded in the attack.
    November 29, 2003 - Insurgents killed the Japanese diplomats Katsuhiko Oku and Masamori Inoue.
    November 12, 2003 - An attack on an Italian Carabinieri headquarters killed 12 Carabinieri, 5 soldiers, 2 Italian and 13 Iraqi civilians.
    October 27, 2003 - Attacks on a Red Cross Headquarters and four police stations killed 34 civilians, 8 Iraqi police, and 1 US Soldier. The Attack wounded 65 police and 165 civilians.
    October 16, 2003 - Three US soldiers and two Iraqi police officers were killed in a firefight. Nine of the enemy were killed.
    October 14, 2003 - A suicide bomber attacked the Turkish Embassy. The attack killed one and wounded 13 civilians.
    October 8, 2003 - A grenade attack killed one Iraqi police officer and wounded another.
    On September 24, 2003 a bomb outside the al-Aike hotel killed a Somali guard and slightly injured David Moodie, a Canadian sound engineer.
    On September 22, 2003 a suicide car bombing killed an Iraqi police officer.
    On September 12, 2003 US soldiers accidentally killed eight Iraqi police officers and a Jordanian security guard. They also wounded nine Iraqi police officers.
    On September 9, 2003 a car bombing killed three Iraqis and wounded 41 others. Six US soldiers were wounded in the attack.
    On September 4, 2003 Ian Rimell of the Mines Advisory Group was killed in an ambush.
    A car bomb killed an Iraqi police officer and wounded 19 others on September 2, 2003.
    Attacks killed two civilian interpreters on August 18 & 19.
    On August 16/17, 2003 enemy forces killed a Danish soldier on patrol.
    Six US soldiers were wounded in the assault against Odai and Qusai Hussein.
    On August 5, 2003 a US civilian was killed by an Iraqi attack.
    On July 22, 2003 a Red Cross member was killed by an Iraqi attack.
    On July 5, 2003 an explosion killed seven Iraqi police officers and wounded 13 others.
    On June 24, 2003 six British soldiers were killed by a mob and eight were wounded in a firefights. Two British vehicles were destroyed in one of these incidents.
    On June 19, 2003 a mortar attack killed and Iraqi civilian and wounded 12 other civilians.
    On June 12 & 13, 2003 enemy forces wounded six soldiers.
    On June 10, 2003 one soldier was killed and another wounded by enemy fire.
    On June 9, 2003 An explosion at an Ammuntion Supply Facility killed three Iraqis and injured two others.
    On June 9, 2003 one soldier and one of the enemy were killed and another of the enemy was captured.
    On June 6, 2003 one soldier was killed and two were injured in a vehicle accident.
    On June 6, 2003 two soldiers were wounded and one of their assailants was killed.
    On June 6, 2003 a soldier accidentally wounded 4 Iraqis by an accidental discharge of an M-240 machine gun.
    On June 5, 2003 an attack at a checkpoint killed one soldier and wounded five others.
    On June 3, 2003 a soldier was killed at a checkpoint.
    On May 27, 2003 two US soldiers were killed in a fire fight. Two of the enemy were killed and six were captured.
    On May 26, 2003 a soldier was killed and another was wounded when their convoy came under enemy fire.
    On May 20, 2003 Iraqis shot a 3ID soldier in the chest.
    One FIFF soldier was killed in a firefight on May 14, 2003.
    On May 4, 2003 an enemy attack wounded a 3 ID soldier. US Marines stabilized the wound. A soldier died from a self-inflicted wound.
    On May 1, 2003 a grenade attack wounded seven soldiers.
    On April 30, 2003 a US soldier was shot in a firefight. Another US soldier was injured by a rock.
    On April 29, 2003 Iraqis shot a US soldier.
    On April 17, 2003 an Iraqi civilian was killed, two others were injured, and three US soldiers were injured in an ordinance explosion.
    On April 16, 2003 one US Marine was mistaken for the enemy and killed.
    On April 14, 2003 two soldier were killed and two others were wounded in a grenade accident. Another soldier was killed and one was wounded in an accidental weapon discharge.
    On April 10, 2003 a US Marine was killed in Baghdad. A car bomb wounded four US Marines.
    On April 6, 2003 a US jet attacked a convoy and killed one US Special Forces soldier and 17 Kurish fighters, and wounded 45.
    On April 4, 2003 a suicide bomber killed three US soldiers. A pregnant woman was also killed in the incident. It's unclear is she was part of the plot.
    On March 31, 2003 soldiers of the 101st killed seven civilians at a checkpoint.
    On March 31, 2003 two soldiers of the 101st, a US Marine and a British soldier were killed.
    On March 30, 2003 an Egyptian man drove a pickup truck in a group of American soldier outside a PX. The attack injured six soldiers.
    On March 29, 2003 US Marines discovered the graves of four Americans.
    Fighting on March 25, 2003 resulted in 37 US Marines wounded.
    On March 28, 2003 a Marine was killed and another was wounded in a road accident.
    On March 24, 2003 a sniper killed an American soldier.
    Two Royal Marines are missing.
    On March 27, 2003 Navy Corpsman Michael Vann Johnson Jr. was killed in action.
    On March 23, 2003 Iraqi forces wounded 50 Marines in fighting in An-Nasiriyah.
    A US Army supply column came under attack. The attack destroyed six vehicles. The Iraqis killed as many as 6 and 6 captured, Spc. Joseph Hudson, Shauna Johnson, Patrick Miller and Jessica Lynch were captured. Four US soldiers were wounded in the attack.
    A vehicle accident killed one and injured another.
    On March 22, 2003 a suicide bomber killed four Kurds and one Australian Journalist.
    On March 22, 2003 an apparent fragging killed a USAF and a USA officer and injured 12 other members of the 101st airborne division, including the apparent attacker.
    2 Possibly killed by a USAF A-10.
    3 Accidentally wounded by US soldiers.
    Since the beginning of the Iraqi conflict in 2003 over 6,160 U.S. service members deserted. (3,681 in 2003; 2,479 in 2004)
    Brigadier General Janis Karpinski, USA, demoted to colonel.
    Lt. Col. William H. Steele plead guilty to wrongfully storing classified information in his living space, improperly marking classified information and wrongfully and knowingly possessing pornographic videos.
    Major Gregory McMillion, USAF, sentenced to dismissal and 1 year confinement. Attempted to ship captured weapons back to the U.S..
    Major Clark A. Paulus, USMC, sentenced to dismissal.
    Flt. Lt. Malsolm Kendall-Smith, RAF, was sentenced to eight months confinement and dismissal for refusing to deploy for a third tour to Iraq.
    2Lt Scott Easterling, USA, questioned the authority of President Barack Hussein Obama Jr. and called him an "impostor".
    Chief Warrant Officer Lewis Welshofer Jr., US Army, was found guilty of negligent homicide in the death of Iraqi Maj. Gen. Abed Hamed Mowhoush. Sentenced to $6,000 forfeiture of pay, a repremand, and two months restriction.
    SFC James Williams convicted of charges related to stealing an SUV from Sheik Ahmed W. Al Faisal. SFC Williams served in Operation Desert Storm and served a previous tour as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    Sgt. 1st Class, Daniel Edwards Franklin was convicted of indecent acts and reduced to E-1.
    SSG Johnny M. Horne pleaded guilty to one count of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder. He received a three year prison sentence, reduction to E-1, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and a Dishonorable Discharge.
    Sgt Ivan L. "Chip" Frederick II, pleaded guilty to charges related to treatment of prisoners. Received 8 years and a Dishonorable Discharge.
    SSG Mejia Castillo, convicted of refusing to return to Iraq after a 15 day leave. Received 1 year confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge. Amnesty Internation considers him a prisoner of conscience.
    SSG Johnny Horne Convicted of murder, 3 years, Dishonorable Discharge, reduction to E-1.
    SSG Cardenas Alban convicted of murder and conspiracy, 1 year, Bad Conduct Discharge, reduction to E-1.
    Sgt. Paul Cortez was convicted of rape and 4 counts of murder and sentenced to 100 years, a Dishonorable Discharge, reduction to E-1.
    Sgt. James M. Smith was convicted of stealing two army helmets from an unlocked HMMWV. He was reduced in grade to E-4.
    Sgt. Javal Davis, received 6 months confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Sgt. Keven Benderman, received 15 months confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Dishonorable Discharge.
    Sgt. Michael J. Smith was found guilty of mistreating detainees at Abu Ghraib prison, sentenced to 179 days.
    Sgt. Michael Hensley found gulity of insubordination and placing an AK-47 besides the body of a dead Iraqi. Received 135 days confinement, reduction in rank, and given a letter of reprimand.
    Spc. Jesse Spielman, received 110 years for his part in the rape and murder of Abeer Qassim al-Janobi and the murder of her family.
    Spc. Sabrina Harman, received 6 months confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Spc. James Barker was convicted of rape and 4 counts of murder and sentenced to 90 years, a Dishonorable Discharge, reduction to E-1.
    Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits, convicted of three counts of abuse of prisoners. Received 1 year confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Spc. Armin J. Cruz, found guilty of Article 81 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, conspiracy to maltreat detainees in Abu Ghraib and Article 93, maltreatment of detainees. He has been sentenced to reduction to Private (E-1), confinement for eight months, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Spc Charley L. Hooser, found guilty of manslaughter in the death of an interpreter. Sentenced to three years confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Spc. Rami Dajani, pleaded guilty to making a false statement and of being an accessory-after-the-fact in the death of an interpreter.
    Cpl Joshua Belilc, USMC, made a video named "Hadji Girl".
    CPL Daniel Kenyan, UK, convicted of abuse.
    Cpl Donald Payne, UK, pleaded guilty to inhumane treatment of a detainee. Baha Musa, a hotel receptionist, died in the incident.
    PO3 Melson J. Bocas, US Navy, pleaded guilty to kidnapping and conspiracy in the kidnapping and death of Heshim Ibrahim Awad.
    Pfc. Andrew J. Sting, USMC, convicted of prisoner abuse. Received 1 year confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Pfc. Jeremiah J. Trefrey, USMC, convicted of prisoner abuse. Received 8 months confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Bad Conduct Discharge.
    Pfc. Federico Daniel Merida, USA, convicted of murdering an Iraqi National Guard member, sentenced to 25 years confinement, reduction to E-1, and a Dishonorable Discharge.
    LCpl Mark Cooley, UK, convicted of abuse.
    LCpl Darren Paul Larkin, UK, convicted of abuse.
    Fusilier Gary Paul Bartlam, UK, convicted of abuse.
    Pvt. Charles A. Graner Jr., convicted of abuse, sentenced to 10 years. Served 6 1/2 years, released on August 6, 2011.

    CH-47/HC2 Chinook

    May 1, 2011 - Two Chinooks were involved in the operation to kill Osama Bin Laden.
    June 4, 2007 - A CH-47 brought troops in for an airborne assault on an arms cache. The captured equipment included; 30-60 mm mortars, seven AK-47 assault rifles, 32 AK-47 magazines, two 60 mm mortar tubes, one set of body armor and one military-style uniform.
    HC2 Chinook Number 7 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003 with right to emblazon.
    HC2 Chinook Number 18 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003 without right to emblazon.
    There are 100 CH-47s serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    March 2006 - CH-47s supported Operation Swarmer.
    September 1, 2004 - An RAF Chinook delivered a casualty to a field hospital at Shaiboh.
    An RAF Chinook lifted a 4.5 ton pylon into position as part of the reconstruction of the southern marsh's power grid.
    An RAF Chinook flew a Quick Reaction Force to the scene where a UK soldier was killed, on August 27, 2003.
    Chinooks from the Royal Netherlands Air Force arrived on 30 July, 2003.
    A USMC Chinook found Sgt. Matthew Koppi and Spc. Jeffrey Klein.
    18 Squadron RAF is deploying as part of Operation Telic
    July 2, 2005 - A fire destroyed a CH-47. All passengers and crew exited safely.
    September 18, 2008 - A CH-47 went down, 7 soldiers died in the crash.
    May 5, 2006 - A CH-47 crashed killing all nine U.S. service members onboard..
    May 22, 2005 - A CH-47 made an emergency landing because of engine problems. Only minor injuries..
    April 16, 2004 - A US Army CH-47 crashed. Five soldiers were rescued by USAF Pave Hawk crews. One of the rescued soldiers was CWO Steve Froeschile.
    November 2, 2003 - Insurgents apparently shot down a US Army CH-47. The attack killed 16 soldiers and wounded 24.
    Wounded Include:
    Sgt Christopher Nelson † Sgt Raymond Littlefield † Pfc Scott Alan Timm
    Seven British soldiers were wounded when the Chinook they were flying in came under enemy fire while landing.
    USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72)

    Captain Kendall Card is the Captain of the USS Abraham Lincoln
    Airman Denise Bart
    Nimrod

    SA-330/HC1 Puma

    Puma HC1 Number 33 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003.
    27 RAF Pumas are deploying as part of Operation Telic
    November 14, 2008 - N405R Replenished the USS Iwo Jima.
    January 31, 2006 - A Puma from the USNS Spica delivered supplies to the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    November 20, 2004 - An SA-330J from the USNS Saturn replenished the USS Harry S. Truman.
    November 12, 2004 - N330JF Replenished the USS Vicksburg.
    November 20, 2007 - An RAF Puma crashed and killed two personnel, two others were injured.
    April 15, 2007 - Two RAF Pumas apparently collided and killed Colour Sergeant M L Powell and Sergeant Mark J McLaren, seriously injured another, and three more received less serious injuries.
    July 18/19, 2004 - An RAF Puma crashed and killed its pilot.
    GR-3 Jaguar

    Flew Northern Watch Missions.
    4 Jaguars participated in Operation Desert Fox
    USNS San Jose
    The USNS San Jose replenished the USS Abraham Lincoln on January 24, 2003.
    CH-46 Sea Knight

    A Sea Knight of HC-11 transfered supplies from the USS Bridge to the USS Nimitz.
    Sea Stallions dropped British troops in the al-Faw penninsula.
    A Sea Knight aboard the USS Kearsarge has the serial number 7654.
    A Sea Knight aboard the USS Camden has the serial number 0957. It replenished the USS Saipan.
    A Sea Knight aboard the USS Nassau has the serial number 6418. It is part of HMM-263.
    Serial Number 4853 served in the HMM 165
    A USMC CH-46 Sea Knight was shot down on February 7, 2007. The crash killed all seven on board,
    five marines and two sailors.
    A USMC CH-46 crashed on December 3, 2006. The crash killed 4, 12 others survived the crash.
    A USMC CH-46 crashed on May 20, 2003. All four crew members died in the crash. Another marine drowned trying to rescue the crew.
    A USMC CH-46E of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force crashed in Kuwait on March 20, 2003. The crash killed eight British Commandos and the US Marine crew of four.
    LCpl Nick Bredehoft, USMC, airframe mechanic & aerial observer, serving second tour in Iraq.
    HMS Ark Royal

    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    Helicopters from the HMS Ark Royal supported the Al-Faw operation.
    U-2

    October 25, 2014 - A U-2 flew a mission over Mount Sinjar.
    December 2011 - Flew a mission to guard the last convoy to leave Iraq
    May 2005 - Flew Operation Matador missions.
    August 18, 2004 - A U-2 flew a survellance flight to support ground forces.
    A U-2s made six survellance flights to support the UN weapons inspectors.
    U-2s turned back on two survellance flights because Iraqi fighters threatened them. (UN Support mission)
    On July 25, 2001 Iraq fired at a USAF U-2. The SAM exploded close enough to the U-2 for the pilot to feel the concussion.
    & A U-2 crew was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross during the 21st Century.
    Lt. Col. Walter Flint flew Operation Iraqi Freedom % Maj. Jeffrey Olesen won the 2002 Koren Kolligian Jr. Trophy for an October 2001 Southern Watch Mission.
    Maj. Shane Johnson
    HMS Liverpool

    Provided air defense protection for the HMS Ark Royal.
    HMMWV (Humvee) M998, M-1114

    HMMWV An HMMWV transported Sgt Dan Powers, who was stabbed in the head with a knife, to Forward Operating Base Shield.
    August 9, 2007 - 2nd Lt. Kyle Graham jumped from his HMMWV and captured a bicycle bourne terrorst.
    August 29, 2006 - An approaching HMMWV caused kidnappers to abandon their victims. One victim escaped and told the US forces the other victim's whereabouts. U.S. forces freed the other victim.
    June 27, 2006 - The 3rd Brigade, 7th Iraqi Army Division took delivery of 50 HMMWVs.
    June 13, 2006 - SrA Jonathan Rey was in the lead vehicle of a HMMWV convoy in the presidential security detail.
    April 2006 - The Iraqi army in Mosul is using some armored HMMWVs loanded by the U.S. Army.
    10 armored HMMWVs are in Iraqi military service in Fallujah.
    November 20, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV caused no damage or casualties.
    September 22, 2005 - An explosive laden blue Opel unsussessfully attempted to ram an HMMWV.
    A HMMWV delivered a cake for Iraqi's Army Day in Mosul.
    November 30, 2003 - Six Humvees were involved in an engagement where 54 of the enemy were reported killed and eight were captured.
    November 14, 2003 - A HMMWC ambulence evacuated wounded soldiers.
    September 29, 2003 - Eight HMMWCs supported an operation where 92 suspected were captured.
    Used in Operation Jimmy Hoffa
    HMMWVs secured the UN Headquarters after the truck bomb attack on August 19, 2003.
    May 2005 - An HMMWV gunner, Spc Dean Levy, destroyed a VBIED. Others in the HMMWV were Sgt. Maj. Dennis FLyn, SSG Hermino Rodriguez, and Spc Patrick Grubert.
    April 29, 2004 - A machine gun mounted on a HUMVEE killed three insurgents.
    August 7, 2003 - 20 Humvees were involved in a counter attack. Humvees also cordoned off the Jordanian Embassy after the bombing.
    On August 1, 2003 Humvees supported an operation where two people were captured.
    On July 29, 2003 a HMMWC was used to drive Adnan Adbullah Abid al-Musslit, one of Saddam Hussein's body guards, away.
    On July 22, 2003 HMMWCs launched 10 TOW missiles at mansion. The missiles killed Odai Hussein, Qusai Hussein, and a bodyguard.
    On June 25, 2003 grenads were dropped on a Humvee, no serious injuries.
    On June 23, 2003 a grenade bounced off a Humvee and went under a civilian car. Two Iraqi civilians were injured.
    The US Army used 30 Humvees in Operation Desert Scorpion
    The US Army used 35 Humvees in Operation Planet X
    Loudspeakers mounted on Humvees are used to encourage Iraqis to surrender.
    HUMVEE numbers HO 777, 33P-34, 01L-178, 607 (Air Force), 2632 402 [40CSG181BN](Air Force)
    Construction Mechanic 3rd Class Aaron Wolken provided security for NMCB-4 during Operation Al Fajr.
    Construction Electrician 3rd Class Joe Tank provided security for NMCB-4 during Operation Al Fajr.
    Cpl. Joshua Dale, USMC, developed a breaching bumper nicknamed "The Destroyer".
    Spc Lonnie Bays, a tank crew member, served as an armored HMMWV crewmember.
    January 26, 2007 - Three HMMWVs sustained damage in an enemy assault on a compound.
    A sniper attack on an HMMWV slightly damaged the Humvee. One round bounced off the helmet of Bradley A. Snipes.
    October 9, 2006 - An RPG damaged an HMMWV. Two coalition soldiers were wounded during the action. 11 terrorists were killed.
    May 9, 2005 - A VBIED attack damaged a HMMWV.
    December 3, 2004 - An attack damaged a Humvee.
    June 11, 2004 - A car bomb slightly damaged two Humvees.
    December 5, 2003 - An attack damaged a Humvee.
    As of November 30, 2004 Humvee Accidents killed 59 U.S. Service members.
    November 5, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed 4 soldiers.
    October 24, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier
    October 17, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 23, 2007 - An explosive projectile damaged an HMMWV and caused casualties. Ground forces later destroyed the vehicle.
    August 4, 2007 - A grenade attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 2, 2007 - An RPG attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 9, 2007 - Enemy forces disabled HMMWV.
    May 10, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 12, 2007 - Enemy forces disabled an HMMWV in Tikrit.
    March 30, 2007 - Enemy forces disabled an HMMWV in Baghdad.
    March 23, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 11, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 25, 2007 - An IED attack disabled an HMMWV in Baghdad.
    February 22, 2007 - An attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    January 26, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 19, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 18, 2007 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 26, 2006 - An HMMWV rollover killed two soldiers.
    December 20, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 16, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    December 10, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 10, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    December 6, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    December 3, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    November 30, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 21, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 10, 2006 - An IED attack on a truck west of Hadithah killed one soldier and wounded another.
    October 15, 2006 - Two land mines exploded near an HMMWV and killed two soldiers.
    September 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    September 20, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 19, 2006 - A HMMWV rollover killed a soldier.
    September 15, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 12, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 8, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 27, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 27, 2006 - A small arms attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 24, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 21, 2006 - An HMMWV rollover killed one soldier.
    August 9, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    August 6, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    August 6, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    August 4, 2006 - An HMMWV accident killed a soldier.
    August 4, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    August 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 24, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 17, 2006 - An RPG attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 15, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 27, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 24, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    June 19, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 17, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    June 16, 2006 - Terrorists assaulted an HMMWV the driver was killed in the assault. The terrorists captured and later murdered two other soldiers.
    June 16, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 15, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 9, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 9, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 8, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 7, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    June 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two sailors.
    June 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 29, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier, journalists Paul Douglas & James Broland, and an Iraqi interpreter. Reporter Kimberly Dozier was critically wounded in the attack.
    May 25, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    May 18, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers
    May 14, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    May 13, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 11, 2006 -An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three US Army soldiers.
    May 8, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 8, 2005 - A IED attack on a HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    May 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed >three soldiers.
    May 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 29, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    April 27, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 25, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 24, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    April 22, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    April 19, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 18, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 15, 2006 - An IED attack on a HMMWVs killed four Marines.
    April 13, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 12, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    April 9, 2006 - IED attacks on HMMWVs killed, four soldiers.
    April 8, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 6, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 4, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier and wounded three other soldiers.
    March 21, 2006 - A small arms attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 13, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 1, 2006 - A VBIED and RPG attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 26, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    February 22, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    February 18, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 12, 2006 - A small arms attack on and HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 6, 2006 - A soldier died when the vehicle he was riding in rolled over into a canal.
    February 4, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 3, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 2, 2006 - A vehicle accident caused an HMMWV to rollover and killed a soldier.
    February 1, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    January 28, 2006 - An IED attack on HMMWVs killed a soldier
    January 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 20, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    January 15, 2006 - An accident involving an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 15, 2006 - A HMMWV struck an M1A2. A soldier in the HMMWV died in the crash.
    January 7, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 7, 2006 - A collision between an HMMWV and a civilian vehicle killed two soldiers.
    January 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV in Baghdad killed two soldiers.
    January 5, 2006 - An IED attack in Najaf destroyed an HMMWV and killed five soldiers.
    January 1, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    January 1, 2006 - VBIED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 30, 2005 - IED attacks on HMMWVs killed two soldiers.
    December 29, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 28, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 26, 2005 - An RPG and small arms attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 26, 2005 - An RPG and small arms attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 25, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed one soldier.
    December 24, 2005 - An RPG attack on an HMMWV killed one soldier.
    December 23, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    December 20, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    December 19, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 15, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 13, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    December 11, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 10, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 8, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 6, 2005 - An HMMWV stuck a mine and killed a soldier.
    December 4, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers, one soldier died on February 7, 2006.
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    November 29, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers..
    November 24, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    November 21, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a, total of five soldiers.
    November 19, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV in the vicinity of Hadithah, Iraq killed a Marine and wounded two other Marines. In the aftermath 24 Iraqi civilians were killed.
    November 19, 2005 - IED attacks on HMMWVs killed five soldiers.
    November 17, 2005 - An HMMWV rolled over during combat operations and killed a soldier.
    November 17, 2005 - Two soldiers were killed in a vehicle accident. They were in a HMMWV.
    November 16, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    November 6, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 6, 2005 - AN IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 5, 2005 - A HMMWV rolled over after a civilian vehicle cut in front of it. A soldier died in the mishap.
    November 4, 2004 - A land mine exploded near an HMMWV and killed a soldier.
    November 4, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    November 3, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldierr.
    November 2, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    November 2, 2005 - A grenade attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier in Ad Duluiyah, Iraq.
    November 2, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 1, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a marine and a sailor.
    October 31, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    October 31, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    October 29, 2005 - An HMMWV struck a land mine and killed a soldier.
    October 29, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    October 27, 2005 - IED attacks on HMMWVs killed two soldiers.
    October 26, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers,
    October 26, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 19, 2005 - An attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    October 18, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 14, 2005 - A tractor trailor struck the rear of an HMMWV the fire and resulting ammunition explosion killed three soldiers.
    October 13, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 11, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 10, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 5, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 4, 2005 - An IED attack destroyed a HMMWV and damaged another. The attack killed a marine. Among the wonded were Seaman Nathaniel Leoncio. The survivors included 1st Lt. Bradley Watson, Cpl Jason Luedke, Cpl Neil Frustaglio, and Kurtis Bellmont.
    October 3, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    October 1, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 28, 2005 - An IED attack on and HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 26, 2005 - IED attacks HMMWVs killed an officer andtwo soldiers in one incident & two other soldiers in another incident.
    September 26, 2006 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 23, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV wounded LCpl Brandon Love and six others.
    September 17, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 15, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 11, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    September 6, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    September 6, 2005 - An HMMWV rollover killed a sailor.
    September 5, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    September 5, 2005 - A HMMWV rolled over into a ditch and killed a soldier.
    September 1, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    August 26, 2005 - An IED attack on an up-armored HMMWV killed one soldier and wounded four.
    August 22, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    August 18, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    August 15, 2005 - An HMMWV rolled over into a canal and killed three soldiers.
    August 14, 2005 - An RPG and small arms attack on a HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    August 12, 2005 - An HMMWV struck a land mine and killed a soldier.
    August 8, 2005 - An IED and small arms attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    August 6, 2005 - An IED attack attacked two soldiers.
    August 5, 2005 - An accident with a civilian fuel truck killed two soldiers.
    August 2, 2005 - A suicide attack damaged two HMMWVs, wounded three U.S. soldiers and two civilians.
    July 31, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 30, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    July 30, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 28, 2005 - An HMMWV accident killed a soldier.
    July 27, 2005 - A vehicle accident with another vehicle killed a soldier.
    July 27, 2005 - IED attacks on HMMWVs killed three soldiers.
    July 24, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers. Others were wounded in the attack include British Captain Peter Norton, who received the George Cross for actions related to this incident. Lieutenant Colonel Robert Seddon, UK, was awarded the Queen's Commendation for Bravery for his actions related to this incident.
    July 19, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 16, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 16, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 15, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 13, 2005 - A VBIED attack killed a soldierand 18 children. The soldier was dismounted at the time.
    July 11, 2004 - An HMMWV struck a land mine and killed a soldier.
    July 9, 2005 - An IED caused an HMMWV to rollover and kill a soldier.
    July 8, 2005 - A HMMWV hit a land mine and killed a soldier.
    July 5, 2005 - An HMMWV rollover killed a soldier.
    July 5, 2005 - An IED attack killed two soldiers.
    July 3, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    July 3, 2005 - A HMMWV rollover killed a soldier.
    June 28, 2005 - A mortar attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 28, 2005 - A VBIED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 26, 2005 - A VBIED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 25, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV wounded an airman and working dog.
    June 23, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 20, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 19, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV mortally wounded a soldier.
    June 17, 2005 - An RPG attack on a HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    June 16, 2005 - A HMMWV rollover in Safwan, Kuwait killed a soldier.
    June 14, 2005 - An RPG attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 8, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 7, 2005 = An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier
    June 6, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 27, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 25, 2005 - An accident involving a HMMWV killed a soldier, who was in the HMMWV.
    May 24, 2005 - An IEF attach on a HMMWV killed three soldiers.
    May 22, 2005 - A VBIED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 22, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    May 22, 2005 - A vehcile accident killed a soldier.
    May 22, 2005 - A vehicle accident killed a soldier, rollover.
    May 20, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 19, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 17, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed an Iraqi soldier and wounded others. Spc Bryan Wolczer was the HMMWV's driver.
    May 13, 2005 - An IED attack destroyed a HMMWV.
    May 8, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    May 3, 2005 - A HMMWV rollover killed two Bulgarian soldiers.
    May 3, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    April 26, 2005 - A HMMWV rollover killed a soldier.
    April 25, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV kiled a soldier.
    April 24, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 23, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 19, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV mortally wounded a soldier.
    April 17, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 12, 2005 - An RPG attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    April 8, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier
    March 30, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 26, 2005 - A BVIED attack on a HMMWV killed Sgt. Lee M. Godbolt & Sgt. Isiah J. Sinclair.
    March 19, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    March 16, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed a soldier.
    February 13, 2005 - An armored HMMWV roled into a canal and killed three soldiers. A USAF firefighter, died while attempting to rescue the soldiers.
    February 11, 2005 - A HMMWV struck another vehicle. a soldier in the HMMWV died in the crash.
    January 26, 2005 - An attack damaged an up-armored HMMWV.
    January 16, 2005 - An up-armored humvee rolled over and killed two soldiers.
    December 20, 2004 - An IED attack on a Humvee injured 5 soldiers and one Iraqi civilian.
    December 11, 2004 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 5, 2004 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    December 3, 2004 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 2, 2004 - A mortar attack on an HMMWV with small arms fire killed a soldier.
    December 1, 2004 - A soldier died when his HMMWV was in an accident and rolled over.
    November 29, 2004 - A soldier was killed when his HMMWV was involved in a traffic accident.
    November 20, 2004 - An RPG and small arms attack on an up-armored HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 18, 2003 - An IED attack on an up-armored HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 11, 2004 - A WBIED attack on a HMMWV killed soldier.
    November 10, 2004 - An IED attack on an up-armored HMMWV killed a soldier.
    November 6, 2004 - A vehicle-borne IED attack on an uparmored HMMWV killed a soldier.
    October 25, 2004 - Enemy forces destroyed two Humvees.
    October 19, 2004 - Enemy forces damaged a Humvee.
    September 6, 2004 - An IED attack on a HMMWV mortally wounded a soldier he died on September 7.
    September 6, 2004 - An attack destroyed 2 Humvees, killed 7 U.S. Marines and three Iraqi soldiers.
    August 21, 2004 - A HUMVEE struck an M-1A1 and flipped over a Marine died in the crash. June 9, 2004 - An RPG and small arms fire attack on an up-armored HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 4, 2004 - An attack on a HUMVEE killed five soldiers and wounded five.
    May 29, 2004 - An attack on a HUMVEE in Mosul wounded Major (Rev) Tim Vakoc and another soldier.
    May 24, 2004 - An armored HMMWV rolled over and killed a soldier.
    May 9, 2004 - A Humvee collided with a Bradley a soldier in the HMMWV died in the accident.
    May 5, 2004 - A dump truck, whose driver was shot trying to run a road block, crashed into a Humvee killing a soldier.
    May 3, 2004 - A HUMVEE accidentally turned over and killed four soldiers.
    April 26, 2004 - An explosion in a building destroyed four Humvees.
    April 25, 2004 - An attack destroyed a Humvee and killed one US soldier.
    April 13, 2004 - An attack set two Humvees on fire.
    April 5, 2004 - An attack set two Humvees on fire.
    April 1, 2004 - An attack set a Humvee on fire and wounded three soldiers.
    March 15, 2004 - An IED and small arms attack on a three HMMWV killed two soldiers and wounded three others.
    March 13, 2004 - IED attacks on Humvees killed six soldiers.
    March 11, 2004 - An IED attack on a Humvee killed three soldiers.
    March 2, 2004 - A grenade attack on a Humvee killed one soldier and wounded another.
    February 1, 2004 - A Humvee rolled over near Haditha. The crash killed one soldier and injured two others.
    January 27, 2004 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed three soldiers and wounded three.
    January 24, 2004 - Soldiers used a HMMWV to block a vehicle. The vehicle contained an IED which exploded and killed three soldiers.
    December 23, 2003 - An attack on a HMMWV wounded a soldier.
    December 11, 2003 - An IED damaged an up-armored HMMWV and wounded a soldier.
    December 7, 2003 - An IED killed a soldier in a humvee.
    November 22. 2003 - An M-1 struck a humvee and killed two soldiers.
    November 1, 2003 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    October 22, 2003 - An attack and angry civilians destroyed a HMMWV.
    October 13, 2003 - Two soldiers were killed when a civilian dump truck fell on the HMMWV they were riding in.
    September 29, 2003 - Two HMMWVs were damaged.
    September 24, 2003 - a 5-ton truck struck a HMMWC and killed a soldier.
    September 21, 2003 - a HUMVEE hit a roadside bomb and killed a US soldier.
    September 18, 2003 - a HUMVEE set on fire in an ambush.
    September 12, 2003 - An attack destroyed a HMMWC.
    September 8, 2003 - Two HMMWCs were damaged and two soldiers were injured by enemy fire.
    September 1, 2003 - An IED killed two soldiers and wounded one.
    August 26, 2003 - An IED killed one soldier and two others were wounded by an improvised explosive device.
    August 12, 2003 - a solder was killed in an accident between a HMMWC and a taxi.
    August 7, 2003 - a RPG attack destroyed a HMMWC and wounded two soldiers.
    July 28, 2003 - a grenade attack killed one soldier and injured three other soldiers.
    July 24, 2003 - A mishap involving a HMMWC killed one soldier.
    On July 20, 2003 an attack destroyed two HMMWCs and killed two U.S. soldiers and an Iraqi interpreter. The attack injured three other soldiers, an Iraqi vendor rescued one of the US soldiers.
    July 18, 2003 - An explosion damaged three Humvees and killed a U.S. Soldier.
    A Humvee was damaged in an attack on July 16, 2003.
    An attack destroyed a HMMWC on July 13, 2003. A soldier was killed in the attack which also destroyed a 2 1/2 ton truck.
    July 3, 2003 - attacks on three HMMWVs wounded seven US troops.
    An RPG struck a Humvee on June 23, 2003. One MP was slightly wounded.
    On June 5, 2003 four HMMWVs arrived as backup after an attack on a checkpoint.
    May 26, 2003 - A Humvee was involved in an accident with a tractor-trailer. the accident killed two soldiers and a marine.
    On May 26, 2003 an attack destroyed a HMMWV and injured four soldiers. Another attack killed another soldier.
    May 21, 2003 - A HMMWV accident killed a soldier and injured another.
    May 20, 2003 - A soldier and an Iraqi civilian were killed in an accident involving two HMMWVs and a civilian truck. Two other soldiers were injured in the accident.
    A U.S. Marine was killed in a HMMWV accident on May 10, 2003.
    On May 7, 2003 an HMMWV struck and killed an 8 year old boy.
    On April 23, 2003 - A HMMWV mishap killed a soldier.
    On April 28, 2003 enemy forces fired on two Humvees. The attack wounded four US soldiers and an Iraqi interpreter.
    April 17, 2003 - A HMMWV accident killed a soldier in Kuwait.
    On April 14, 2003 a grenade discharge inside an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    A Humvee accident killed a US Soldier and a journalist.
    A mine destroyed a Humvee, crew safe.
    Three USMC Humvees were destroyed in a firefight on March 27, 2003.
    Iraqi forces ambushed two Humvees and wounded four US soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division.
    A HUMVEE rollover paralyzed Sgt. Jason Wittling, USMC.
    Tornado GR4

    Sqn. Ldr. Jonny Moreton, pilot, No 12 Squadron.
    USS Constellation (CV-64)

    Has been decommissioned.
    The USS Constellation picked up a distress signal from an Indonesian ferry. The stranded ferry had 27 civilians.
    Aircraft from the USS Constellation bombed a Republican Guard Barracks near Tikrit.
    An S-3B Viking from the USS Constellation fired on a target.
    Aircraft from the USS Constellation flew 54 sorties on March 20, 2003.
    Aircraft from the USS Constellation flew 1,300 Operation Iraqi Freedom sorties.
    The USS Constellation was in the Arabian Gulf from 14 December, 2002 - 16 April, 2003. (120 days in the Gulf). It flew 1,500 sorties and dropped 1 million pounds of ordinance.
    An F-14D crew from the USS Constellation received the Distinguished Flying Cross with Combat "V" for a mission over Baghdad on March 21, 2003.
    Rear Admiral Barry Costello is the captain of the USS Constellation.
    Captain Mark Fox is the Air Wing Commander of the USS Constellation.
    Captain John Miller.
    Technical Interpretive 3rd Class Russell Crandell was an intrepeter during the rescue of an Indonesian ferry.
    An S-3B slid off the deck of the USS Constellation. Both crew members survived with minor injuries.
    Patriot

    Patriots shot down 13 missiles
    On March 31, 2003 a US Patriot missile battery shot down a missile aimed at Coalition forces in Iraq.
    US Patriot missile batteries shot down 12 Ababil-100s.
    Kuwaiti crewed Patriot missile batteries shot down an al-Fatah missile and another missile.
    Patriot missile batteries are deployed in Turkey and Israel.
    Four Dutch batteries and 370 Dutch soldiers are in Turkey.
    Capt. Craig Schlozman commanded a battery that shot down an al-Samoud missile that almost struck Camp Doha. (March 27, 2003)
    October 16, 2007 - A Patriot missile accidentally discharded in Qatar.
    A Patriot missle battery locked on a USAF F-16. The F-16 fired an AGM-88 in response, no damage or casualties.
    A Patriot missile battery shot down an F/A-18.
    A Patriot missile battery shot down an RAF Tornado GR-4 of 9 Squadron and killed the crew. The investigation revealed the Patriot's crew was not at fault.
    DC-10/KC-10/MD-11

    February 1, 2017 - A Royal Netherlands Air Force KDC-10 flew its first mission.
    October 2, 2014 - Refueled French Rafales as they supported Iraqi ground forces.
    September 9, 2006 - A WORLD airliner transported 279 Airmen from Southwest Asia to Dyess AFB.
    September 2006 - Transported 160 Airmen of the 321st Air Control Sq. to Southwest Asia in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    An MD-11 flew medical supplies from Atlanta to Baghdad via Spain.
    A KC-10 flew three bodies of service members to Dover, AFB on April 14, 2003.
    A civilian DC-10 transported troops of the 101st Airborne Division to the Persian Gulf.
    1Lt. Brian Huster, co-pilot, 380th AEW
    MSgt Todd McPeak, boom operator, 908th Air Refueling Squadron.
    M-1 Abrams

    M-1 Abrams May 5, 2008 - An M1A12 killed two of the enemy with a 120mm cannon round.
    April 27, 2008 - An M1A12 fired 120mm shells at an attacking force. Coalition forces repelled the attack and killed 22 attackers. In another foiled attack an Abrams killed 7 attackers.
    February 2, 2007 - An M1 was involved in an action where 3 of the enemy were killed.
    February 1, 2007 - An M1 was involved in an action where 15 of the enemy were killed.
    December 7, 2006 - M1 fire destroyed buildings and killed 14 of the enemy.
    August 31, 2006 - There was an attack on an M1A1. A sniper team killed two of the attackers and wounded another.
    December 4, 2005 - A roadside bomb attack on an Abrams caused no damage or casualties.
    November 14, 2005 - An M1A1 destroyed a VBIED.
    September 24, 2005 - Two M1A1s from the 1st Battalion, 13th Armored Regiment engaged two terrorists with machine gun fire.
    August 3, 2005 - A USMC M-1A1 engaged the enemy.
    June 31, 2005 - Supported a counter attack against enemy forces.
    June 17, 2005 - A USMC M-1A1 destroyed a VBIED.
    May 9, 2005 - A USMC M-1A1 destroyed a VBIED.
    An M-1 and some aircraft destroyed a building.
    April 26, 2004 - A USMC Demolished a mosque's minaret insurgent snipers were using to fire on US Marines.
    April 18, 2004 - A USMC M1-A1 destroyed a building and killed one of the enemy.
    December 16, 2003 - M-1s helped disperse a crowd in Fallujah. An RPG round bounced off an Abrams and caused no damage or casualties.
    M-1A1s were used in Operation Ivy Cyclone II.
    November 30, 2003 - Eight M-1s were part of a force that engaged the enemy in a firefight where 54 of the enemy were reported killed and either were captured.
    September 29, 2003 - An M-1A2 fired a 120mm round at enemy forces.
    Used in Operation Jimmy Hoffa
    July 31, 2003 - an RPG missed a tank.
    On July 11, 2003 a tank fired its cannon for the first time since the end of major fighting.
    On June 29, 2003 there was an RPG attack on two M-1s. No damage or injuries.
    On June 19, 2003 an M-1 killed an enemy.
    On June 13, 2003 M-1s killed four attacking enemy. A counter attack by M-1s, other armor, and Apache helicopters killed another 23 of the attackers.
    Four M-1s arrived as backup after a attack on a checkpoint on June 5 ,2003.
    Killed two Iraqis and injured two others who were trying to run a road block.
    Marine M-1s destroyed five Iraqi tanks.
    Captain Brendon Rodden's (USMC) M-1A1's tank is nicknamed "Unforgiven"
    M-1s of the 4 ID destroyed a bunker, an SUV, and killed two irregulars on April 16, 2003.
    Destroyed a T-72.
    Spanish National Court Judge Santiago Pedraz issued an International Arrest Warrant against Sgt. Shawn Gibson, Captain Philip Wolford, and Lt. Col. Philip de Comp of the 4 Bttn, 64th Artillery Regiment, of the 3 ID. Sgt. Gibson was a commander of a tank that fired an artillery round that killed Jose Couso and Tara Prtsyuk during a day of fierce fighting in Baghdad. Pilar Hermoso is the Couso family's lawyer. Spanish High Court Judge Santiago Pedraz wants to question them as suspects for murder and for crimes against the international community.
    March 29, 2008 - A rocket struck an Abrams.
    January 5, 2007 - An IED attack set a USMC M1 on fire.
    October 8, 2006 - Multiple RPG rounds severely damaged an M1A2 Abrams Tank.
    October 2004 - An Abrams fell into a canal. &Spc. Kraig Lemme rescued three soldiers from the tank. Lemme has been awarded the Soldiers Medal.
    April 27, 2004 - An RPG struck an M-1
    As of November 30, 2004 four U.S. soldiers have died in vehicle accidents while in M-1 Abrams.
    June 1, 2007 - Tank fire accidentally killed three children.
    April 28, 2007 - An Abrams struck an IED.
    December 19, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1 killed a soldier.
    November 5, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A1 killed a soldier.
    September 19, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A2 killed a soldier.
    July 18, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A1 killed a soldier.
    July 17, 2006 - A small arms attack on an M1A2 killed a soldier.
    June 4, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A2 killed 1st Lt. Ryan T. Sanders & Sgt. Daniel R. Gionet.
    May 10, 2006 - An M1A1 rolled off a bridge and killed four marines.
    May 1, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A2 killed a soldier.
    April 15, 2006 - A small arms attack on an M1A1 Abrams killed a soldier.
    February 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1 Abrams killed a soldier.
    January 23, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1A2 killed two soldiers.
    January 15, 2006 - An HMMWV struck an M1A2 and rolled over. A soldier in the HMMWV died in the crash.
    January 7, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1 killed a Marine.
    December 25, 2005 - An IED attack on an M1A1 killed a soldier.
    December 12, 2005 - An IED attack on an M1A1 killed a soldier.
    November 24, 2005 - An M1A2 rollover killed a soldier.
    November 20, 2005 - A small arms attack on an M1A1 killed one soldier.
    November 12, 2005 - An IED attack on an M1A2 killed a soldier.
    November 10, 2005 - A small arms attack on an M1A1 killed two soldiers.
    October 2, 2005 - An M1A1 shell wounded five civilians.
    September 16, 2005 - An IED attack on an M1A1 killed three soldiers.
    August 29, 2005 - An attack on an M1A2 killed a soldier.
    July 16, 2005 - An M-1A2 left the road and entered a canal. The mishap mortally injured a soldier he died the next day.
    March 3, 2005 - A sniper shot and wounded Spc. Anthony Dowden. A small-arms protection insert saved Spc. Dowden from serious injury.
    November 12, 2004 - A tank struck and killed a soldier.
    November 10, 2004 - An RPG attack on an M1A1 killed a soldier.
    September 5, 2004 - An M-1 ran over an IED and killed a soldier..
    August 23, 2004 - An IED attack on an M-1A1 in Baghdad's Al Rashid District killed a soldier.
    August 22, 2004 - A Humvee struck an M-1A1. A Marine in the Humvee died in the crash.
    July 24, 2004 - An M-1 collided with a civilian van. The crash killed 9 civilians and injured 10.
    April 17, 2004 - An Abrams rolled over and killed a soldier and injured two others.
    April 7, 2004 - An RPG attack on a USMC M-1 wounded two crew members.
    March 16, 2004 - A vehicle struck an M-1. The tank's .50 caliber machine gun struck and killed a soldier.
    November 28, 2003 - An M-1 ran over a mine. The explosion wounded two soldiers and caused moderate damage to the tank.
    November 22, 2003 - An M-1 struck a humvee and killed two soldiers.
    November 20, 2003 - An M-1 rolled over an IED and killed one soldier.
    October 28, 2003 - An IED destroyed an M-1 Abrams and killed two soldiers and wounded a third.
    August 17, 2003 - Soldiers on an M-1 mistook Mazin Dana's camera for an RPG and killed him.
    May 1, 2003 - An M-1 fell into the Euphrates River and a soldier drowned.
    Iraqi defenses destroyed an M-1 on April 5, 2003 and killed the driver.
    A USMC M-1A1 nicknamed "Hermes" drove off a bridge and crashed into the river. The four crew members drowned.
    Enemy fire destroyed two M-1A1s. This is the first time enemy fire destroyed an M-1A1.
    A Cobra disabled an M-1 and injured a crew member.
    HMS Ocean
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    USS Camden (AOE 2)

    Replenished the USS Mustin on June 4, 2005.
    The USS Camden replenished the USS Abraham Lincoln. (March 15, April 13, 2003)
    USS Kearsarge (LHD 3)

    August 19, 2005 - Two Katyusha rockets fired at the USS Kearsarge & USS Ashland in Aqaba. The rockets missed the ships but killed a Jordanian soldier.
    June 21, 2005 - Assisted 9 mariners on board and Iranian dhow.
    The USS Kearsarge deployed on January 12, 2003 with 72 hours notice.
    Supported Operation Iraqi Freedom
    The Kearsarge has been directed to support Operation Shining Express
    Captain Edward Barfield, commander.
    NDS Progress
    Ferried supplies to region. GREENPEACE delayed the departure from the Netherlands by eight hours.
    USS Boise
    USS Toledo

    Fired cruise missiles during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    USS Kitty Hawk CV63

    Aircraft from the USS Kitty Hawk flew 3,000 Operation Iraqi Freedom sorties.
    Planes from the USS Kitty Hawk bombed hangars, fuel depots and military complexes near Saddam Hussein IAP, on the night of April 3/4.
    Aircraft from the USS Kitty Hawk provided close air support.
    Captain Patrick Driscoll is the Carrier Air Wing Commander of the USS Kitty Hawk.
    An F/A-18C from the USS Kitty Hawk was shot down by a Patriot missile battery on April 2, 2003.
    An F-14 from the USS Kitty Hawk crashed in Iraq on April 1, 2003. The crew ejected safely.
    USS Milius (DDG 65)

    Rescued an Indonesian ferry, 27 civilians were rescued.
    Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    Supported Operation Southern Watch, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Commander of the USS Milius, Commander John S. Mitchell
    Ensign Greg Waterson, the First Lieutenant
    CH-53/MH-53J/M Pave Low

    %An MH-53M Pave low crew won the Cheney Award.
    MH-53 Pave Low crews have been awarded 8 Distinguished Flying Crosses for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom
    MH-53s flew their last combat mission on September 27, 2008.
    CH-53 of HMM-163 from the USS Peleliu.
    %&Maj. John Groves won the Cheney Award. He also earned the Silver Star.
    %Capt. Randell Voas & Capt Craig Prather won the Cheney Award.
    CH-53s of the HMH-361 conducted damage and construction assessment on the Iraqi forts along the Syrian border.
    68-10357 - Also flew missions in Vietnam, including the Son Tay raid. It flew a combat search and rescue mission for a Harrier shot down near Gorazde, Bosnia-Herzegovenia in 1994. It also flew in Kuwait under combat support missions for Operation Southern Watch.
    A1C Brandon Midthun (Aerial Gunner)
    September 7, 2006 - A CH-53 had to make a hard landing because of bad weather.
    December 11, 2006 - A USMC made a hard landing. 17 of the 21 on board were injured in the crash. The crash doesn't appear to be from enemy action. Master Sgt. Brian P. McAnulty was killed in the crash.
    October 4, 2005 - A sailor fell out of an MH-53 and died.
    January 26, 2005 - A USMC CH-53 crashed and killed all 31 service members on-board.
    August 11, 2004 - A USMC CH-53 crashed and killed two U.S. Marines and injured three.
    %% April 12, 2004 - An RPG forced down an MH-53. The pilot, Captain Steven Edwards, USAF, and two other crew members received minor injuries. Captain Edwards Received the Koran Killigan Jr. Trophy. MSgt Robert Colannino Jr., the flight engineer, received the 2005 Pitsenbarger Award. The aircraft was destroyed to prevent its equipment from falling into enemy hands. Another MH-53 rescued the downed MH-53 crew members.
    An MH-53J made a hard landing. The crew is safe but the Pave Low had to be destroyed.
    A CH-53 Super Stallion was destroyed in a hard landing.
    Boatswain Mate 3rd Class (SW) Alvarado Membreno
    USS San Juan
    USS Donald Cook

    January 31, 2006 - Provided plane guard duty for the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    RFA Sir Bedivere

    Resupplied the HMS Ledbury and USS Raven.
    Supported mine clearing.
    Fired 3 Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    F-117 Nighthawk

    12 F-117As flew 100 Operation Iraqi Freedom missions.
    On March 20, 2003 2 F-117s and 40 Tomahawk cruise missiles struck a bunker in Baghdad. Struck the Presidential Secretariat in Baghdad.
    An F-117 destroyed a SAM facility.
    An F-117 destroyed a GPS jammer.
    & Two Nighthawks attacked a bunker in Baghdad on March 20, 2003. The two pilots, Lt. Col David Toomey and Maj. Mark Hoehen received the Distinguished Flying Cross.
    AH-1 Super Cobra

    October 16, 2005 - An AH-1W spotted and killed 10 terrorists.
    May 10, 2005 - A Super Cobra killed three terrorists.
    April 26, 2004 - Super Cobras, and other forces, attacked enemy forces in Fallujah. Eight insurgents were killed in that action.
    April 14, 2004 - A Super Cobra fired a rocket and used its chain gun against an enemy position.
    April 11, 2004 - An AH-1W struck two structures.
    April 7, 2004 - A Cobra fired a missile into a mosque wall.
    Cobras fired AGM-114N missiles.
    A Super Cobra destroyed an AAA site.
    1st Lt Fletcher Tidwell, USMC, AH-1W pilot May 27, 2006 - An AH-1 crashed while on a maintenance test flight. The crash killed two Marines.
    November 1, 2005 - Enemy forces shot down an AH-1W Super Cobra with a SAM-7. both crew members died in the crash.
    November 11, 2004 - Enemy forces shot down two Super Cobras, one crew member was wounded.
    June 24, 2004 - Enemy forces shot down a Cobra. The crew walked away.
    April 14, 2003 - A Cobra crashed.
    A Super Cobra was lost on April 4, 2003, a pilot died in the crash. A Cobra disabled an M-1 and injured a crew member.
    Bradley M-2

    M-2 Bradley February 23, 2005 - Bradleys were involved in an operation that resulted in the capture of three insurgents.
    January 8, 2005 - Bradleys escorted an Iraqi colonel and his spouse to an Iraqi Police Station after U.S. forces rescued them.
    December 24, 2004 - Bradleys supported securing a palace on Haifa Street.
    August 24, 2004 - Bradleys were involved in the fighting in Najaf.
    December 16, 2003 - Bradleys helped disperse a crowd in Fallujah.
    November 30, 2003 - Four Bradleys were involved in a firefight where 54 of the enemy were reported killed and eight were captured.
    Bradleys were involved in Operation Ivy Cyclone II.
    November 12, 2003 - 12 Bradley Fighting Vehicles and an AC-130 destroyed a warehouse.
    September 29, 2003 - Soldiers on a Bradley killed an Iraqi who was trying to attack US forces with an RPG.
    A Bradley was used in combat on September 4, 2003. Four people were detained in that action.
    Used in Operation Jimmy Hoffa
    Eight Bradleys were involved in a counter attack against enemy forces on August 7, 2003.
    Four Bradleys supported an operation on August 1, 2003 where two people were captured.
    Bradleys supported Operation Ivy Serpent
    Four Bradleys supported Operation Desert Scorpion
    June 13, 2003 - Bradleys, M-1s and Apache helicopters turned tables on enemy attackers. The counter attack killed 23 of the enemy.
    June 5, 2003 - Three Bradleys arrived as backup after an attack on a checkpoint on.
    Three Bradleys protected engineers who were escavating the site of the April 7, 2003 attack on Saddam Hussein.
    The US Army used 18 Bradleys in Operation Planet X
    Damage done by M-2s include:
    destroyed two trucks. (1 Nissan)
    Killed 304 enemy troops.
    destroyed 5 tanks (4 T-72, 1 T-62)
    March 15, 2007 - An IED hit a Bradley near Al Muqdadiyah.
    June 29, 2003 - an RPG struck a Bradley. Only minor damage.
    May 27, 2003 - a Bradley accidentally crashed into a med-evac helicopter during a fire fight.
    May 19, 2007 - There was an IED attack on a Bradley.
    April 5, 2007 - A VBIED attack on a Bradley killed Spc Jason A. Shaffer.
    February 1, 2007 - A Bradley rollover killed a soldier.
    January 26, 2007 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    December 18, 2006 - A Bradley rollover killed a soldier.
    November 1, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    September 26, 2006 - A Bradley M2A3 rollover killed two soldiers.
    September 13, 2006 - An IED attack on an M2A2 Bradley killed a soldier.
    August 27, 2006 - An IED attack on an M2A3 killed four soldiers.
    July 16, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    July 16, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    July 13, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    April 20, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    April 11, 2006 - An IED and small arms attack on a Bradley killed four soldiers.
    March 8, 2006 - A civilian vehicle crashed into a Bradley. A civilian died in the accident.
    February 22, 2006 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed three soldiers.
    February 2, 2006 - An IED attack on an M2A3 killed a soldier.
    December 12, 2005 - An IED attack on an M2A2 killed a soldier.
    October 17, 2005 - An IED attack on A Bradly, killed four soldiers.
    October 15, 2005 - An IED attack on an M2A2 killed five soldiers.
    October 10, 2005 - An IED attack on an M2A2 killed two soldiers.
    October 1, 2005 - An IED attack on an M2A2 killed a soldier.
    September 28, 2005 - An attack on an M2A2 killed five soldiers.
    September 19, 2005 - An IED attack on an M2A2 Bradley killed a soldier.
    September 2, 2005 - An M3A2 Bradley struck an explosive device. The explosion killed a soldier.
    July 25, 2005 - An IED attack against a Bradley killed a soldier.
    July 24, 2005 - An IED attack against a Bradley killed four soldiers.
    June 30, 2005 - An M2A2 rollover killed a soldier.
    June 8, 2005 - An IED attack on a brasley killed a soldier.
    June 1, 2005 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    May 24, 2005 - A soldier was shot at killed by a drive by shooting while sitting the the back of a Bradley.
    April 30, 2005 - A small arms attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    January 24, 2005 - A Bradley rolled over and killed five soldiers.
    January 10, 2005 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed two soldiers and wounded four others.
    January 7, 2005 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed seven soldiers.
    November 12, 2004 - An RPG struck a Bradley and killed an officer and an NCO.
    September 30, 2004 - A VBIED damaged a Bradley, killed a soldier and wounded three others.
    September 13, 2004 - Enemy forces disabled a Bradley. Two soldiers were wounded fleeing the disabled Bradley. A U.S. helicopter destroyed the Bradley.
    August 15, 2004 - IED attacks on two Bradleys, one attack in Najaf and the other in Ar Ramabi killed two soldiers.
    July 21, 2004 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed Pfc. Nicholas H. Blodgett and wounded six others.
    June 24, 2004 - An attack on a Bradley with RPGs and Small arms killed two soldiers
    May 15, 2004 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    May 9, 2004 - A Bradley collided with a humvee. A soldier in the humvee died in the accident.
    April 9, 2004 - An RPG struck a Bradley and killed one soldier.
    April 6, 2004 - An RPG attack on an M-2 killed a soldier.
    March 17, 2004 - An M-2 Bradley rolled over and killed killed two soldiers and injured another.
    January 25, 2004 - An RPG attack killed a soldier in a Bradley.
    January 17, 2003 - An IED attack against a Bradley killed Three soldiers, and two members of the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps, and wounded two others.
    December 17, 2003 - An IED attack against two Bradleys wounded three soldiers.
    November 17, 2003 - An attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    November 11, 2003 - Two IEDs exploded near a Bradley and killed one soldier.
    November 8, 2003 - An IED attack on a Bradley killed three soliers.
    October 13, 2003 - An RPG attack on a Bradley killed a soldier.
    October 12, 2003 - An M2/A2 struck a mine which killed one soldier.
    October 4, 2003 - An RPG struck a Bradley and killed a soldier.
    September 18, 2003 - An officer was killed in a mishap while in a Bradley.
    Captain Mark Chaney was wounded while in a Bradley.
    April 25, 2003 - A Bradley rolled over. The crash killed one soldier and wounded another.
    April 14, 2003 - an accidental weapons discharge from a Bradley killed a soldier.
    April 10, 2003 - a vehicle exploded beside a Bradley and killed a soldier
    Enemy Fire Destroyed a Bradley.
    USS Bunker Hill
    Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    USS Montpelier

    Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    Spent 146 of 182 deployed days under water.
    Commanded by Cmdr. William Frake
    C-141 Starlifter

    July 3-4, 2004 - A C-141 flew 48 service members, wounded in Operations Iraqi & Enduring Freedom, from Ramstein AB - Andrews, AFB for Independence Day.
    May 18 - 19, 2004 - A C-141, Serial Number 942, flew Fatemah Kalil Hassan, 8 months, from Iraq to Ohio via Germany for specialized life saving surgery.
    May 4, 2004 - A C-141 brought 43 service members injured in Operation Iraqi Freedom from Landstuhl, Germany to the U.S..
    Enemy forced fired two man-portable SAMs at a Starlifter in September, 2003. Both missed.
    A Starlifter transported 18 children and their attendents from Baghdad IAP to Rheinland-Pfatz, GE.
    A Starlifter flew the 7 ex-POWs to Ramstein AB, GE
    A Starlifter flew 9 combat and 15 non-combat injured to Germany.
    A Starlifter flew 13 wounded soldiers and Marines from Ramstein AB to Andrews AFB.
    A Starlifter flew six wounded US Marines and two US Army soldiers to Ramstein AB, Germany.
    Serial Number 00166
    Col (Dr) Charles Meyer flew on a mission where patients were transported from Iraq to Germany, March 9, 2004.
    USS Cowpens
    Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    USS Cheyenne
    Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles against Baghdad on March 20, 2003.
    UH-3 Sea King MK-7

    July 15, 2008 - A Sea King participated in an operation where 23 tons of narcotics were seized from a boad.
    USNS John Lenthall
    Replenished the USS Truman on March 18, 2003.
    P-2
    Bu Number 0125
    E-2C Hawkeye

    Operation Iraqi Freedom was the first time the E-2C Hawkeye 2000 was used in combat.
    July 20, 2001 - The crew of an E-2C Hawkeye reported seeing the smoke plume from an Iraqi SAM.
    5823, 5293
    Captain Kenny Floyd, E-2C, CAG, VAW-121.
    CDR Rob "Lurch" Mason, E-2C, VAW-124.
    Paladin M-109A6
    Of the 3 ID Fired 100 shells at Iraqi artillery.
    June 2, 2006 - An errant 155mm round during a training exercise killed three civilians, wounded three, and damaged six houses.
    A Paladin misfire destroyed the vehicle and injured a crew member.
    Sea King
    A Sea King from 845 Squadron picked up Royal Marines at Umm Qasr. 845 Air Squadron was awarded awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'.
    December 7, 2005 - Sea King helicopters supported an operation that resulted in the capture of a terrorist and two other suspects.
    Sea Kings flew Royal Marines ashore.
    Crew of the HMAS Kanimbla Sea King were, Lt. Cmdr Paul Maggack (Flight Commander and Pilot), Lt. Paul Kimlin (pilot), and Seaman Jeff Weber (air crew)
    The number of the Sea King on the HMAS Kanimbla is 07.
    A number on a UH-3 from HC-2, assigned to the USS Nimitz is 2138.
    Two Royal Navy helicopters of 849 Squadron, A Flight collided. The crash killed a US Navy Officer and six British sailors.
    USS Anzio (CG 68)

    October 15, 2009 -
    Seized 4 tons of hashish.
    November 13, 2006 - Provided assistance the the Pakistani flagged motor vessel Al Shams.
    November 10, 2006 - Supplied provisions to the crew of the the motor vessel SINAA, a 35-meter Iranian-flagged dhow.
    fired a Tomahawk missile.
    Tristar
    RAF 20951
    HMS Marlborough (F233)

    Provided gunfire support for 40 Commando Royal Marines.
    80 consecutive days at sea, 54 in high state of readiness.
    Rescued all 12 mariners of the merchant ship Haydara
    December 20, 2004 med-evaced an injured Iraqi mariner.
    OH-58D Kiowa Warrior

    Assisted in capturing 30 enemy suspects.
    August 25, 2007 - Disabled enemy firing position.
    June 26, 2007 - Two OH-58Ds Engaged 30 of the enemy with machine gunds and Rockets.
    December 24, 2004 - Kiowas supported the securing of a palace on Haifa Street.
    March 2, 2004 - OH-58s found an arms cache which contained:
    30 x 155mm artillery rounds.
    500 x 155mm fuses.
    90 x 120mm mortar rounds.
    21 mortar fuses.
    Captured 2 enemy.
    February 5, 2006 - 2 x OH-58s searched for flood victims.
    February 24, 2004 - An OH-58D assisted in an operation where an IED was found.
    February 9, 2004 - An OH-58D destroyed two 80mm rocket emplacements.
    February 7, 2004 - An OH-58D killed an insurgent.
    January 14, 2004 - An OH-58 located six suspects in an attack on two dump truck drivers.
    December 17, 2003 - An OH-58D dispersed a crowd of looters.
    December 7, 2003 - An OH-58 killed an insurgent.
    August 23, 2003 - An OH-58D discovered a cache of weapons that included four D-20 towed artillery pieces.
    July 23, 2003 - Two OH-58s fired 2.75" rockets at a mansion that housed Odai Hussein and Qusai Hussein.
    On May 7, 2003 enemy forces fired an RPG at a Kiowa Warrior, it missed.
    struck targets around the Najaf area.
    The 24 Kiowas of the 15 of the 2-17th Cavalry flew 12,000 Operation Iraqi Freedom flight hours.
    Lt. Sarah Fritts, pilot, destroyed a building.
    January 15, 2005 - An OH-58 made an emergency landing.
    February 21, 2010 - An OH-58D had a hard landing and killed both crew members.
    November 8, 2009 - An OH-58D crashed and killed both crew members.
    January 26, 2009 - two OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters crashed killing all four crew members.
    November 17, 2008 - An OH-58 crashed killing both crew members.
    June 5, 2008 - A Kiowa crashed during a test flight, killing both crew members.
    July 2, 2007 - Enemy gunfire shot down an OH-58. An AH-64 rescued CWOs Steven Cianfrini and Mark Burrows who were slightly injured.
    May 2007 - Enemy fire shot down an OH-58D and killed both crew members.
    March 1, 2007 - An OH-58 made a hard landing because of mechanical failure. Both pilots were injured.
    January 13, 2006 - Small arms fire shot down an OH-58D and killed both crew members.
    August 29, 2005 - An attack on an OH-58D with small arms fire killed a crew member.
    May 27, 2005 - Enemy fire shot down one OH-58 and damaged another. both crew members died from the OH-58 shootdown.
    January 28, 2005 - An OH-58 crash killed both pilots.
    November 8, 2004 - Enemy fire damaged a Kiowa and wounded the pilot.
    October 16, 2004 - Two OH-58Ds collided killing two soldiers.
    September 5, 2004 - Enemy fire shot down an OH-58.
    February 25, 2004 - An OH-58 went down killing both crew members.
    January 25, 2004 - An OH-58 crashed while searching for soldiers who were involved in a boating mishap on the Tigris River. The crash killed both crew members.
    January 23, 2004 - An OH-58 crashed and killed two soldiers.
    January 2, 2004 - Ground fire shot down an OH-58 and killed the pilot. The second pilot was wounded in the incident.
    December 9, 2003 - An RPG shot down an OH-58, Serial number 92-0531. Crew had minor injuries.
    October 15, 2003 - Ground fire damaged the hydraulic pump of an OH-58.
    HMS Richmond

    July 2007 - Began Iraqi oil platform protection duties.
    Provided gunfire support for forces on the Al Faw penninsula.
    KC-135 Stratotanker/E-3 Sentry/RC-135 Rivet Joint/E-8 JSTAR/C135-FR

    Sentry AEW1 Squadron 8 Squadron, 23 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003.
    December 2011 - An E-8 JSTARS flew overwatch for the final convoy to leave Iraq.
    June 2006 - An E-8 JSTARS was involved in the search for two DUSTUN soldiers. The soldiers were found murdered.
    A Sentry tasked a B-1B to a leadership target.
    A Sentry tasked an A-10 to a compound.
    Lt. Col. Keith Turner (JSTARS pilot)
    Maj. Craig Campbell (KC-135 pilot)
    Maj. Robert Comwell (JSTARS pilot)
    Maj. Greg West (KC-135 pilot)
    Captain Jeffrey Webb (KC-135 pilot)
    1Lt. Jacob Thornburg (KC-135 pilot)
    1Lt. Mark Skalko (KC-135 co-pilot)
    1Lt. Sean Higgins (E-3 Senior Weapons Director)
    MSgt Sam Blackwell (KC-135 boomer)
    MSgt Troy Lawson (KC-135 boomer)
    MSgt Doug Massengill (E-3 Weapons Director)
    MSgt Marion Driggers (E-8)
    SSgt. Matt York (KC-135 boomer)
    A1C Joseph Pittman (KC-135 boomer)
    HMAS ANZAC

    Fired on and destroyed an artillery barrage and six bunkers.

    Hercules/HC-130 King/EC-130/MC-130 Combat Talon/KC-130

    Lt. Col. Don Bacon (Commander of 41st EECS
    Lt. Col. Matt MCCann (Pilot)
    Lt. Col. John Loranger (Navigator)crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    % Maj. Donald Stukey was the Aircraft Commander of King 50 which won the Jolly Green Association 2003 Rescue Mission of the Year Award.
    % Major Frame, pilot, Major Brian Lewis, Senior Master Sgt. John Spillane, Master Sgt. Thomas Lee, Master Sgt. Corey Turner were awarded the Clarence Mackay Trophy.
    Major Rolf Breen (pilot), crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    Major Dan Keneflick (Pilot)
    Major Ed Stack (co-pilot)
    Major Mark Parker (Navigator)
    Major Kyle Adams, 130 AW
    Major Ryan D'Andrea (Weapons Officer)
    Captain Craig Hinkley, pilot, and Captain Raul Ochoa, co-pilot, flew Baby Noor, father, and grandmother on the first leg of a journey for treatment for spina bifida.
    Captain George Clark (Pilot)
    Captain Jason Schroeder, USAF, (co-pilot) crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    Captain Robert D. Hornick, co-pilot, flew mission which was the first Sherpa combat drop.
    1Lt. Damon Overson (pilot) flew a mission on October 10, 2004.
    1Lt. Anita Plowden (copilot)
    % SMSgt Dale Berryhill, an MC-130E Combat Talon I crew member, won the 2003 Pitsenbarger Award.
    % MSgt Casey Turner, loadmaster, was awarded the Clarence Mackay Trophy for a mission "Train60" flown on February 13, 2005.
    MSgt James Grigsby (Loadmaster) crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    MSgt Tom Butt (Flight Engineer)
    % MSgt Thomas Lee, Flight Engineer, won the Clarence Mackay Trophy.
    MSgt Tim McCann (Loadmaster)
    MSgt Daniel Johnson (Night-Shift Production Supervisor 41st EECS
    % TSgt Matthew Fader won the Lance P. Sijan Air Force Leadership Award. He Flew 93 sorties, transported 231 passengers, 510,000 pounds of cargo, dropped 250,000 leaflets, and moved 30 vehicles.
    Gunnery Sgt. Lorrin K. Bush.
    TSgt Jum Jochum (aerial gunner) flew 150 combat missions.
    TSgt Karl Schramm (Loadmaster)
    TSgt Robert Sczesny crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    TSgt Brian Beaty (Loadmaster)
    SSgt Tracy Hill & SSgt Joe Mooney, loadmasters, aided a soldier suffering from heat exhaustion during a flight.
    Sgt Dan Hayes (Flight Engineer) crewed a C-130 hit by ground fire on November 5, 2004.
    SrA Ryan Bechtold (Loadmaster)
    SrA Jason McCann (Loadmaster)
    SrA David Pazak (Aircraft Propulsion Craftsman 41st EECS
    SrA Evan Britton (Instructor Loadmaster)
    Challenger 2

    14 Challenger 2s of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards led an attack on March 27, 2003 against an armored column. The attack destroyed 14 T-55s.
    March 25, 2003 - One Challenger 2 accidentally fired on another in combat. The accident killed two soldiers.
    S-3B Viking

    A Viking fired on a target with a Maverick missile.
    Bu. Nos. 0151, 8873, 9390, 9744, 9765
    Cmdr Steve Petit, S-3B pilot and commanding officer.
    LCDR Erin "Spitz" Spitzer, VS-31
    LCDR "Sox" Argeles
    LCDR "Dirk" Johnson
    Lt. Chris "Mutt" Benjamin, VS-31
    Lt. Zachary Kirby, pilot
    Lt. Nick "Kooter" Smrtana
    An S-3B slid off the USS Constellation, Lts. Ben Folkers and Matt Wilder both survived with minor injuries.
    USS Theodore Roosevelt

    Aircraft from the USS Theodore Roosevelt flew 400 sorties in support of Operation Steel Curtain.
    Fighters from the USS Theodore Roosevelt supported an air drop that captured an airfield in Northern Iraq.
    Capt "Size" Sizemore, CAG.
    Amn Turner
    December 18, 2005 - A sailor fell overboard and was rescued.
    December 2005 - A deck accident mortally injured a sailor he died July 14, 2008.
    Sir Galahad

    On March 28, 2003 arrived at Umm Qasr with 300 tons of water, sugar, beans, and flour.
    Delived 211 tons of food and 101 tons of water to Iraq.
    USNS Comfort (T-AH20)

    Treated 650 patients including 120 Enemy POWs and 100 Iraqi civilians.
    Almost 150 crew members were awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal for Operation Noble Eagle
    A Hospitalman died as a result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. He was permanently assigned to Bethesda Naval Hospital, USNS Comfort Detachment and operationally assigned to Third Battalion, Eighth Marine Regiment, 2/28 Brigade Combat Team.
    HMS Brocklesby
    Conducted mine searching.
    B-2 Spirit

    B-2As had an 85% mission capable rate during Operation Iraqi Freedom On March 30, 2003 B-2s, B-1Bs, and B-52 carried out simultaneous attacks.
    A B-2 destroyed a telephone exchange with 2 x 4,700 pound satellite guided bombs.
    B-2s struck 92 targets.
    The Spirit of Missouri, 88-0329
    The Spirit of America, 86-1066 flew four combat missions.
    Colonel Scott Land Deputy Commander 509th, flew missions.
    Captain Jennifer Wilson is the first woman pilot to fly a B-2 in combat. She flew mission in Operation Iraqi Freedom. She also piloted B-1Bs in combat during Operation Allied Force
    UH-1

    October 16, 2005 - An AH-1W spotted terrorists.
    The Iraqi Air Force has 18 UH-1Hs. (Jordan donated 16 UH-1Hs to the Iraqi Air Force.)
    Iraqi Air Force serial number 201
    August 5, 2004 - Enemy forces shot down a UH-1 over Najaf.
    March 30, 2003 - A USMC Huey of (HMLA)-169 crashed in Southern Iraq. The crash killed three Marines and wounded another.
    HMAS Darwin (FFG 04)

    April 7, 2005 - Treated an ill Iraqi fisherman.
    Helicopters from the MMAS Darwin took medical supplies off the HMAS Kanimbala for shipment to Baghded.
    Provided fire support for an operation that secured two oil terminals.
    Lt. (Dr) Steve Lawson
    USS Thach (FFG 43)

    August 17, 2009 - Refuelled the USS Typhoon at sea.
    Served as plane guard when an S-3B slid off the USS Constellation.
    Lynx

    847 Naval Air Squadron was awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'.< BR> December 2014 - A Royal Navy Lynx conducted a logistics link between the FAA Jean Bart and the Panther 36F.
    June 11, 2006 - &Major William Chesarek, US Army, became the first American since World War II to earn the British Distinguished Flying Cross for flying to the aid of a British convoy under attack.
    April 11, 2006 - A Lynx from the French helicopter Squadron 34 transported a mariner with a medical emergency to the HNLMS Amsterdam.
    Brought Saga Al-Gazzey home after heart surgery in London.
    Lynx helicopters from the HMS Sutherland flew missions.
    Supported Commando Forces.
    A Lynx helicopter for Army Air Corps 654 Sq flew 9 missions.
    A Lynx helicopter has the tail number XZ678
    May 7, 2006 - A shoulder fired SAM shot down a Lynx Mark 7 killing 5 on board.
    November 11, 2004 - A Lynx received three rounds of ground fire and its pilot was wounded.
    HMAS Kanimbla

    Some medical supplies from the HMAS Kanimbala were flown to Baghdad.
    Captured:
    2 Tugs, 1 Barge, 86 mines, and 50 POWs
    Phoenix
    Iraqi defenses shot down the UAV serial number ZJ300.
    USS Donald Cook (DDG-75)

    USS Hawes
    HMS Marlborough
    The ship's doctor treated some of the USS Cole's wounded.

    Predator RQ-1/MQ-1 (All operational Predators belong to the 57th Wing.)

    Lt. Col. Eric Jessen (pilot), was commander of 64th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron.
    Major Scott Start, commander 64th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron.
    Capt. Ryan Simpson † Capt. Gary Town (pilot)
    RFA Argus
    July 15, 2008 - Participated in an operation where 23 tons of narcotics was seized.
    A-10/OA-10 Thunderbolt II

    Pilots: Lt. Col. Mike Webb
    Major John Hoff
    Capt. Scott Twesme
    1Lt. Mike Sadler
    Capt John Blocher, served as an air liaison for 27 days.
    USS Deyo
    Fired Tomahawks
    AS-90
    An AS-90 of the 3 Royal Horse Artillery engaged the enemy near Basrah.
    Delphin
    A USCG Delphin escorted the Sir Galahad.
    Global Hawk RQ-4

    May 2005 - Global Hawk supported Operation Matador.
    The lone RQ-4, 982003, located and identified:
    300+ tanks
    13 full SAM batteries
    50+ individual SAM launchers
    300+ SAM canisters
    70+ SAM transporters
    It flew 4,245 combat hours in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
    A2019 - logged 10,000 flying hours. Flew the longest RQ-4B mission, 31.5 hours. Flew Operation Inherent Resolve missions. 32' Kingston Class Jet Boat
    IBU-14 used this craft
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    Helped open the channel to Umm Qasr.
    HMS Roebuck
    USS Nimitz (CVN 68)

    Rescued 8 Iraqis
    The USS Nimitz was the first ship to deploy the F/A-18F Super Hornet and E-2C Hawkeye 2000.
    Nimitz aircraft flew strike missions on April 8, 2003.
    Nimitz aircraft flew 6,500 missions.
    Rear Adm. Terry Blake, Commander, Carrier Strike Group (CCSG) 11
    Captain Ted Branch, CO.
    Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class John McIntear
    Seaman Joseph Kincannon
    June 6, 2003 - A sailor died from a non-combat related injury.
    HMS Ledbury
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    USS Raven (MHC 61)
    September 13, 2006 - Provided emergency medical assistance to an Iranian dhow. They treated a severely ill crew member and some other crew members. The USS Raven supplied the crew with 200 gallons of potable water and 10 cases of bottled water.
    Ens. Andrew Serfass
    Hospital Corpsman Amanda Powell
    HMAS Sydney
    Greenpeace delayed the deployment of the HMAS Sydney
    RFA Sir Percivale
    delivered humanitarian supplies to Umm Qasr on April 7, 2003.
    USS Chosin

    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
    USS Fitzgerald
    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    RFA Fort Austin
    HMS Chatham
    July 15, 2008 - Was involved in seizing 23 tons of narcotics.
    Acting Chief Petty Officer Simon Roger Owen died, apparently of natural causes.
    RFA Diligence
    USS Oscar Austin
    (DDG 79)
    November 18, 2010 - Provided assistance to two Iranian mariners after their dhow sank.
    Scimitar

    &Trooper Christopher Finney, a Scimitar driver was awarded the George Cross
    Three soldiers walked away from an attack on an Mk2 Scimitar.
    January 7, 2007 - An accident killed Sergeant Wayne Rees and injured two other soldiers.
    Friendly fire damaged a Scimitar.
    USNS Kiska
    Accepted ordinance from the USS Abraham Lincoln (April 8, 2003)
    SPS Gallazia
    Escorted the USNS Comfort through the Straits of Gibraltar.
    Delivered a field hospital to Umm Qasr
    USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75)

    Commanding Officer, James P. Gigliotti
    Former Commanding Officer, Captain Michael R. Groothousen
    CMC Clarence Frye, crew member
    SW1 Jill Harris, crew Member
    AM2 Michael Melville, crew member
    Pearl of Fujirah
    Carried 50,000 tons of wheat to Kuwait.
    Gazelle AH1
    847 Naval Air Squadron of the Royal Marines was awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'.
    USS Portland

    The USS Portland is serving in Operation Enduring Freedom
    The USS Portland delivered 320 Combat Marines during Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USS Bridge (AOE 10)

    Was involved in over 200 underway replenishment evolutions. Distributed 90 Million gallons of fuel.
    Replenished the USS Nimitz and the USS Princeton (April 22, 2003)
    Replenished the USS Nimitz with 300 pallets (April 15, 2003)
    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Lynx
    XZ 75
    Hover Craft
    3 Commando Brigade used hover craft.
    UAE Manor
    The UAE Manor delivered humanitarian supplies to Umm Qasr.
    USNS Kanawha
    June 25, 2007 - Came to the aid of a North-Korean flagged merchant ship with 16 on board.
    Replenished the USS Mitscher, USS Cape St. George, and USS Deyo on April 20, 2003.
    USS Princeton

    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Picked up an Iraqi fisherman who was shot by an unknown assailant.
    September 13, 2005 - A sailor was lost at sea. He was last seen on September 12, 2005. The U.S. Navy called off the dedicated search on September 19, 2005.
    August 2, 2005 - A sailor on the USS Princeton died as a result of a non-combat related incident.
    USS Cape St. George (CG 71)

    March 18, 2006 - The USS Gonzalez and the USS Cape St. George exchanged fire with pirates. The pirate vessel was set on fire. One pirate was killed and five were wounded. Twelve pirates were captured. The Cape St. George sustained some small arms damage.
    Served as a flagship.
    February 27, 2006 - A boarding team from the USS Cape St. George came to the aid of the Panamanian Motor Vessel Hader. The Harder reported it was fired upon.and boarded.
    Fired a missile into Iraq on March 23, 2003.
    USS Mitscher
    USS Mobile Bay (CG 53)
    The USS Mobile Bay received a distress call from an Iranian dhow. The U.S. Navy rescued the six members of the crew.
    USS Shiloh
    Launched dozens of cruise missiles.
    USS Reuben James

    Gave medical treatment to a fisherman on the Sri Lankan fishing vessel Deuedu Pictro.
    M-818
    A vehicle mishap killed a soldier.
    RHIB/Rigid Assault Boats

    May 26, 2006 - An RHIB sailed CPO Doreen Lehner and PO3 Heather Watts over to an oil platform where they gave emergency medical treatment to an Iraqi oil worker who suffered from smoke inhallation.
    December 7, 2005 - British Rigid Assault boats supported an operation that resulted in the capture of a terrorist and two other suspects.
    An RHIB from the USS Vicksburg repatriated six rescued Iranian sailors.
    Used in the rescue of an Indonesian Ferry.
    Used in the rescue of five Phillippine fishermen.
    April 25, 2004 - The crew of a dhow exploded their boat as an RHIB closed to board. The explosion flipped the RHIB and killed two sailors and a Coast Guardsman.
    USS Tarawa
    USS Duluth

    Pickup Truck, SUV, bus, minivan
    Ben Thomas, while driving in an SUV with three other civilian contractors, was attacked by insurgents. He killed one of the attackers with an APLP bullet fired from an M4 carbine.
    May 29, 2009 - An IED attack on a truck killed Pvt. Thomas E. Lee, III in Mosul, Iraq.
    April 2, 2006 - A 7-ton truck rolled over into a river. The resulting crash killed Seven. Marines, and a Petty Officer. Another Marine was injured.
    January 21, 2006 - An IED attack on an up-armored wrecker seriously wounded Spc Crystal Davis.
    January 1, 2006 - A 7-ton truck hit a bus and killed four U.S. contractors. Nineteen others, including a U.S. Marine were injured in the incident.
    November 18, 2005 - A bus rollover killed a soldier. A number of other soldiers were injured.
    September 20, 2005 - A VBIED attack on a diplomatic convoy killed four U.S. civilians.
    March 31, 2004 - An ambush against two Blackwater Security Counseling SUVs killed four Blackwater Security personnel.
    March 5, 2004 - In Kuwait a vehicle struck a minivan. The accident killed one sailor and injured three others.
    February 18, 2004 - A bus overturned in Kuwait and injured 25 DoD personnel.
    November 13, 2003 - An Improvised Explosive Device killed two soldiers riding in a bus.
    August 21, 2003 - Gunfire killed a U.S. Navy officer in an SUV.
    A U.S. Marine was killed in a pickup truck accident.
    USS Rushmore
    USS Briscoe
    Fired cruise missiles.
    The US Navy decommissioned the USS Briscoe.
    LCAC
    One is named "Hopper 67"
    Trucks (5-ton, 7-ton vehicle, transport, tankers, logistics vehicle system, recovery vehicles, M915A, M106A2. M916, tractor trailor, HEMTT)

    May 2007 - Trucks participated in the search for three missing soldiers.
    September 29, 2003 - a recovery vehicle removed two damaged HMMWCs.
    August 23, 2003 - a 7-ton truch removed debris from a Women's Center.
    October 18, 2005 - A bomb thrown inside an Iraqi military truck caused no Iraqi casualties but wounded two bystanders.
    November 27, 2004 - A VBIED attack damaged two busses.
    September 14, 2004 - A fuel truck caused a fire near a dinning facility near Kirkik AB.
    As of November 30, 2004 32 U.S. Service Members have died in vehicle accidents while in trucks.
    An IED attack on a truck wounded A1C Joshua Collins and slightly wounded Sgt Steward
    July 14, 2006 - An attack burned 2 Iraqi police and a civilian truck.
    June 21, 2006 - An IED attack on a HEMTT killed a soldier.
    May 29, 2006 - A cargo truck had a brake failure and crashed into 12 civilian vehicles, killing one civilian and injuring 11. The incident sparked a riot.
    January 1, 2006 - A 7-ton truck hit a bus and killed four U.S. contractor and injured 19 others.
    December 2, 2005 - A truck accident killed three soldiers.
    December 1, 2005 - An IED attack on a 5-ton truck killed a soldier.
    October 25, 2005 - A soldier died when the 5-ton truck he was in had a collision with a civilian vehicle.
    October 14, 2005 - An 18-wheel tractor trailor struck the rear of an HMMWV and killed three soldiers.
    August 21, 2005 - An IED attack on an M916 tractor killed a soldier.
    August 21, 2005 - An M915A1 tractor rolled over while pulling a 7,500-gallon tanker. The accident killed two soldiers.
    July 23, 2005 - Among those killed in an VBIED attack on an 7-ton truck killed 5 and wounded others.
    June 21, 2005 - An IED attack against a cargo truck killed a soldier.
    June 8, 2005 - A wrecker rolled over and killed a soldier who was a passenger.
    November 28, 2004 - A 5-ton truck accident killed a soldier.
    October 19, 2004 - An attack on an armored truck wounded Spc. John McShane. Sfc Mark Martin, Cpl Richard Bremer and Spc Charles Hopkins were also in the vehicle.
    An IED attack caused a 5-ton truck to rear end another vehicle. The Accident wounded SSgt Amelia Grahn, USAF, and another military member.
    August 25, 2004 - A tractor-trailer rolled over and killed a soldier.
    August 24, 2004 - An M915A and an M106A2 rolled over an embankment. a soldier died in the accident.
    July 28, 2004 - An IED set a tractor-trailor on fire and damaged another vehicle.
    July 1, 2004 - Sgt James Terrell wounded on gun truck by an IED.
    June 30, 2004 - A tire blew out on a 5-ton truck which caused it to rollover. The accident killed a soldier
    April 20, 2004 - A truck rollover killed a soldier.
    April 13, 2004 - Attackers destroyed a truck.
    April 12, 2004 - Attackers ambushed a convoy of flat bed trucks carrying M113s. A number of flat beds and M113 were destroyed.
    April 5, 2004 - Rioters ser a tank transporter, number HQ-95, on fire.
    February 20, 2004 - A recovery vehicle struck and killed a soldier.
    January 1, 2003 - A 5-ton truck flipped over. The crash killed one soldier and wounded six other soldiers.
    December 19, 2003 - An IED attack on a truck wounded two soldiers.
    December 17, 2003 - A 5-ton truck rolled over and killed a soldier and injured six other soldiers.
    November 6, 2003 - A truck hit a mine near the Syrian border and killed a soldier.
    October 19, 2003 - An attack destroyed an ammunition truck.
    September 24, 2003 - A 5-ton truck struck a HMMWV and killed a soldier.
    May 9, 2003 - A logistics vehicle system struck a pick-up truck and killed a US Marine.
    Two trucks were destroyed in an ambush on September 18, 2003.
    An attack destroyed a truck on September 12, 2003.
    A tanker truck was destroyed by an RPG on May 18, 2003.
    September 9, 2003 - An attack on a tanker truck killed one soldier.
    September 9, 2003 - An improvised explosive device killed a US soldier and an Iraqi and wounded another US soldier.
    On September 1, 2003 A truck struck and killed a soldier.
    On August 30, 2003 an Army vehicle and a civilian vehicle collided. The accident mortally wounded one soldier.
    An explosive device wounded six soldiers in a 5-ton truck on August 22, 2003.
    July 13. 2003 - A dump truck accidentially struck and killed a soldier.
    On April 14, 2003 a truck rear ended another truck and killed a soldier.
    An RPG attack destroyed a truck.
    May 14, 2003 - A vehicle accident killed a soldier.
    An RPG attack injured two soldiers.
    APC M113/BTR-94/Spartans

    April 4, 2003 - A USAF M113 crew member killed 22 of the enemy and called in an air strike that destroyed 6 trucks. This was done while securing a bridge before the Iraqis could blow it up.
    Jordan donated 250 APCs to the Iraqi Army (100 M113A1s, 100 Spartans, and 50 BTR-94s)
    An explosion went off under an M113. There were no injuries to the crew.
    January 29, 2005 - An IED attack on an APC wounded ABC Anchor Bob Woodruff, Camera Operator Doug Vogt, and an Iraqi soldier.
    September 23, 2005 - An IED and small arms attack on an APC killed two soldiers.
    September 21, 2005 - An IED and small arms attack on an APC killed a soldier.
    August 3, 2005 - An IED attack on an APC killed three soldiers.
    April 17, 2004 - An IED struck an Armored Personnel Carrier and killed a soldier.
    April 12, 2004 - An ambush on a convoy of flat beds carrying M113s destroyed a number of M113s and flat beds.
    March 31, 2004 - An IED destroyed an M113 and killed five soldiers.
    August 13, 2003 - An antitank mine killed one soldier and wounded another soldier.
    July 31, 2003 - a mine killed a soldier and injured three others.
    On June 13, 2003 an M113 crash killed a soldiers and injured eight others.
    MSG Jimmie Hughes and two others wounded in an IED attack on a truck.
    Howitzer
    The US Army used 12 Howitzers in Operation Planet X.
    Light Medium Tactical Vehicle
    September 10, 2007 - A 5-ton truck rollover killed seven soldiers. Two detainees who were being transported were also killed. A detainee and 11 soldiers were also injured in the accident.
    October 17, 2006 - A Light Medium Tactical Vehicle crash killed a soldier.
    March 23, 2006 - An IED and small arms attack on an LMTV killed a soldier.
    December 14, 2003 - A soldier was killed when he fell from an LMTV.
    May 30, 2003 - An accident involving a LMTV killed three soldiers and injured six others.
    USS Louisville
    Deployed for 8 months in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom
    Palatized Load System (PLS)
    On August 20, 2003 enemy fire caused a crash of a heavy transport hauler which killed one soldier.
    Struck and killed a child.
    USS Firebolt (PC 10)

    August 13, 2008 - USS Firebolt made a port visit to Umm Qasr, Iraq as part of the Iraqi Navy Day celebration.
    April 29, 2005 - Involved in the rescue of 89 people and the recovery of five bodies in the Gulf of Aden.
    September 29, 2003 - Was involved in the capture of four suspected pirates.
    Supported Iraqi Judge Razek in holding hearing on six oil smuggling vessels in 48 hours.
    The USS Firebolt was deployed for seven months during Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Intercepted two tugs and a barge carrying 86 mines.
    Lt. Cmdr Mark Olson was the USS Firebolt's C.O.
    April 24, 2004 - Two sailors and a coastguardsman were killed when trying to board a dhow. The dhow crew exploded the dhow.
    USS Chinook
    Found the Green Star 1 and Lady Beverly on June 2, 2003.
    Provided force protection for the Sir Galahad
    Brought four soldiers and three civilians from the Green Star 1 and Lady Beverly back to Kuwait. USS Firebolt crew members brought the two boats back to Kuwait.
    LVG (Large Transport Truck)
    A Marine was killed and another was injured in a vehicle accident.
    CP-140
    Canadian Auroras have flown 395 reconnaissance sorties.
    Green Star 1
    Captured by Iranians on June 1, 2003. The passengers and crew were detained.
    Lady Beverly
    Captured by Iranians on June 1, 2003. The passengers and crew were detained.
    C-9

    A C-9 Nightingale was sent from Germany.
    A C-9 flew a wounded soldier out of Afghanistan.
    C-21

    North Dakota Air National Guard's 119th Wing, the "Happy Hooligans, flew over 200 sorties during 90 missions, moving more than 400 persons.
    1Lt Robert Magnuson (pilot) and 1Lt David Gail (pilot) flew a wounded soldier home.
    November 2, 2009 - A C-21 slid of the end of a runway causing $1.8 million in damamges.
    USS Valley Forge
    USS Anchorage
    Rescued 5 Phillippine fishermen.
    USS Grapple
    Repatriated the Iraqi tug Jamhoria to Umm Qasr.
    USS Carter Hall

    January 2, 2011 - Rendered assistance to an injured mariner.
    CC-150T
    Canadian Polaris have flown 367 refueling sorties and delivered 21,533,000 pounds of fueld to coalition aircraft.
    USS Columbia
    The USS Columbia served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Comstock
    Identified a Phillippine fishing vessel in distress. The rescue save five fishermen.
    RFA Sir Tristram
    Assisted in the rescue of 27 sailors from the Green Glory on June 24, 2003.
    USS Nashville
    USS Iwo Jima

    September 9 - 21 - Harriers from the USS Iwo Jima flew 136 combat sorties.
    July 9, 2009 - A sailor assigned to the USS Iwo Jima died in a non-combat related incident at Bagram AB.
    Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck
    December 7, 2005 - An IED attack killed a soldier.
    Sept 11, 2003 - An exploding tire killed a soldier
    July 22, 2003 - An RPG attack on a Heavy Expanded - Mobile Tactical Truck killed a soldier.
    USS O'Kane
    Light Armored Vehicle (LAV)
    June 25, 2003 - A USMC LAV rolled over while it was reacting to an attack on other Marine forces. The crash killed one Marine and injured two others.
    USS Pearl Harbor
    USS Boxer

    Was deployed 190 days on one deployment and 3 and one half months on another deployment. It transported and offloaded 200 Marines, 16 CH-53s, 200 trucks and support equipment.
    Personnel from the USS Boxer were involved in the rescue of Pvt. Jessica Lynch.
    USS Bonhomme Richard

    April 7, 2005 - Assited in the treatment of an ill Iraqi fisherman.
    Cmdr (Dr) William M. Leininger
    An officer died from a non-combat related incident.
    PO3 Pablo Paredes was sentenced to three months for refusing to sail when theUSS Bonhomme Richard deployed for service in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Amnesty International adopted him as a prisoner of conscience.
    USS Cleveland
    Saxon
    Armored Transport Vehicle
    An armored transport vehicle burted into flames after a fire started in the vehicle on April 2, 2003.
    USS Dubuque
    USS Comstock
    HMS Ramsey

    Served 2 1/2 years in the Gulf.
    HMS Grimsby
    USS Anchorage
    HMS Sutherland

    came to the aid of a stricken Iraqi fishing dhow that had been adrift for seven days.
    Detained the MV Marwan and Navstar on suspicion of smuggling oil.
    HMS Shoreham
    Amphibious Assault Vehicle
    August 3, 2005 - An IED attack on an Amphibious Assault Vehicle killed 14 marines, in Haditha, Iraq, and a civilian interpreter. The attack wounded another Marine.
    May 11, 2005 - An IED attack on an Amphibious Assault Vehicle killed four Marines and wounded 12. April 7, 2003 - An enemy artillery round struck a Marine Amphibious Assault Vehicle and killed two Marines.
    March 2003 - An RPG struck a Marine Amphibious Assault Vehicle wounded five Marines.
    HS-125
    The first RAF aircraft to land at Mosul in many decades.
    Anvil Point
    delivered UK Army equipment to Umm Qasr.
    HMAS Newcastle

    October 29, 2003 - An RHIB from the HMAS Newcastle rescued four sailor from the Al Huda.
    September 29, 2003 - Was involved in the capture of four suspected pirates.
    FPASS (Desert Hawk)

    Used for force protection at Tallil AB.
    found some looters.
    Maj. Glen Christensen, Commander, 332nd ESFS
    SSgt Michael Roth, Program Manager
    SSgt Joseph Vialpando, NCOIC "Desert Hawk" program.
    SSgt Chenoa Abbott, SSgt Dustin Heger, SSgt James Ellis
    SrA Jonathan Hobbs, FPASS Administrator, SrA JoAnn Bonzi
    A1C Eric Vaughn
    USS Peleliu
    May 26, 2006 - Treated an Iranian Standard Oil Company worker who was suffering from smoke inhallation.
    Supported Operation Sweeney
    Silver Fox
    This UAV made its operation debut in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    HH-60 Pave Hawk/SH-60 Sea Hawk/MH-60 Knighthawk

    Blackhawk %April 16, 2004 - Two USAF HH-60G Pave Hawk crews, Jolly 11 & Jolley 12, won the MacKay Trophy for rescuing five soldiers who crashed in a CH-47. Capt. Bryan Crell was the Aircraft Commander of Jolly 11 and Capt. Rob Wrinkle was the Aircraft Commander of Jolly 12.
    March 2, 2008 - An HH-60G rescued two U.S. hikers who were lost in Iraq.
    September 5, 2007 - Transported soldiers in a raid where 16 extremeists were captured.
    August 7, 2006 - Participated in an operation where 13 of the enemy were captured.
    August 7, 2006 - Came under fire during a medevac mission.
    July 2006 - 20 x UH-60s flew in troops. The operation resulted in capturing an enemy suspect and an arms cache.
    July 2006 - Blackhawks flew in troops during an Operation Iron Warrior operation that resulted in capturing three.
    June 2006 - HH-60 Pave Hawks carried out search missions for two DUSTUN soldiers. The soldiers were later found murdered.
    June 13, 2006 - An H-60 transported President George W. Bush from Baghdad International Airport to the "Green Zone".
    May 26, 2006 - HH-60 Pave Hawks flew two mission in the rescue/recovery of a crashed USMC AH-1.
    March 22, 2006 - Blackhawks transported troops to Samra. The operation resulted in 11 captured terrorist suspects.
    March 2006 - H-60s supported Operation Swarmer.
    February 5, 2006 - 2xUH-60s rescued two flood victims.
    December 23, 2005 - UH-60s transported airborne troops in an operation that captured two terrorist suspects.
    November 11, 2005 - Four UH-60s transported soldiers in a surprise raid where Coalition forces captured two terrorists.
    June 24, 2005 - A Blackhawk medevaced a wounded U.S. service member.
    June 21, 2005 - An MH-60 spotted an Iranian dhow in distress. There were nine people on board.
    April 29, 2005 - SH-60s from the USS Normandy provided support in the rescue and recovery operation of a sunken dhow. In the operation 89 people were rescued and 5 bodies were recovered.
    December 11, 2004 - An MH-60S replenished the USS Harry S. Truman.
    October 19, 2004 - H-60 med-evaced some ING personnel who were wounded in a mortar barrage on their post.
    Two SH-60s from (HS) 15 took part in the rescue of 6 Iranian sailors from a sinking dhow.
    An SH-60B from the USS Bulkeley med evaced a heart attack patient on the ferry Jebel Ali 3
    August 2004 - An SH-60 from the USS Seattle found the stricken Edha II and rescued four crew members from its deck.
    November 6, 2003 - A1C Vernon Millican and A1C Toni Chapman got married aboard a US Army UH-60A.
    October 29, 2003 - An SH-60 from the USS Jarrett assisted in the rescue of eight sailors from the Al Huda
    October 25, 2003 - A UH-60 flew the crew of a downed UH-60 to an aid station.
    October 12, 2003 - Two HH-60 Pave Hawks of the 101st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron responded to the Baghdad Hotel bombing.
    September 29, 2003 - An SH-60B Seahawk from HSL-45 was involved in the capture of four suspected pirates.
    August 22, 2003 = A UH-60 of the 57 Med Co Air Ambulance med-evaced wounded soldiers.
    At least two Blackhawks helped secure the area around the UN Headquarters after the truck bombing on August 19, 2003.
    June 24, 2003 - An MH-60 from the USNS Concord rescued 27 sailors from the Green Glory
    A US Army Blackhawk returned an Iraqi civilian to Iraq after the civilian received treatment on the USNS Comfort.
    On April 13, 2003 SH-60Fs replenished the USS Abraham Lincoln.
    An MH-60S Knighthawk from HC-5 "Providers" medevaced Mohammed Rajab Hussein who fell ill on the Jebel Ali-3.
    On April 7, 2003 an MH-60S of HC-5 "Providers" transfered a bomb from the USS Lincoln to the USS Nimitz.
    Two HH-60G Pave Hawks were involved in an evacuation of two critically wounded Special Forces soldiers.
    An H-60 was involved in the rescue of Pfc. Jessica Lynch.
    An HH-60H from HS-2 "Golden Falcons" rescued two crew members of a S-3B that slid off the deck of the USS Constellation.
    An MH-60 Sea Hawk delivered ammunition to the USS Constellation on March 23, 2003.
    (Jolly 23) Maj Antonio Cunha † 1st Lt Mark Ross † (Jolly 23) TSgt Jason Songer † MSgt Steven Schwarz (Jolly 24) Maj Steven White † 1st Lt Quintin Nelson † (Jolly 24) TSgt Richard Barnes † MSgt Michael Decker LCDR B. Randall, OIC, HSC-21, USS Ronald Reagan.
    Maj. Tony Cunha, Pave Hawk crew member.
    Captain Timothy Back, USAF, pilot, 64th ERQS (HH-60 Pave Hawk).
    1st Lieutenant, USA, Patrick DeForest, pilot, 1st Lieutenant, USA, Rebecca DeForest, pilot.
    MSgt Arnold Stocker, Pararescueman.
    SSgt Anthony Pieske, door gunner (HH-60G Pave Hawk).
    SSgt Steve Sirous, flight engineer (HH-60 Pave Hawk).
    MH-60s of HC-6 vertically replenished the USS Bulkeley and USS George Washington on April 24, 2004.
    Serial Number: 823G (HH-60)
    Serial Number: 224 (HH-60G)
    October 4, 2008 - Two US Army H-60s collided while landing near Adhamiyah. One Iraqi soldier was killed and two were injured. Three US soldiers were injured in the incident.
    USS Kitty Hawk
    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USS Rodney M. Davis
    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USCG Adak
    Rescued four sailors of the Al Huda
    M1126 Stryker

    Stryker January 29, 2007 - Strykers participated in the battle of Najaf.
    August 2005 - The 3rd Air Support Squadron is the first USAF Stryker unit to deploy to Iraq.
    December 22, 2004 - A Stryker evacuated wounded after a suicide bombing attack at a Mosul Dinning Facility.
    December 16 ,2003 - Soldiers in Strykers repelled an ambush. The combat resulted in 11 enemy dead.
    March 28, 2008 - An IED attack damaged a Stryker, US ground troops killed the IED team's spotter in the subsequent engagement.
    December 13, 2004 - A suicide attack against a Stryker damaged the vehicle and slightly injured 7 soldiers.
    September 5, 2004 - Enemy fire disabled a Stryker.
    March 28, 2004 - An RPG attack set a Stryker on fire. The crew excaped uninjured.
    February 3, 2004 - An RPG attack on a Stryker caused minor damage and no casualties.
    An IED slightly damaged a Stryker.
    As of November 30, 2004 five U.S. soldiers have died in vehicle accidents in Strykers.
    November 21, 2006 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    August 27, 2006 - An IED attack on an M1126 killed two soldiers.
    May 29, 2006 - A small arms attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    April 8, 2006 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    February 26, 2006 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    February 6, 2006 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    February 5, 2006 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed two soldier.
    November 12, 2005 - A Stryker rolled over and killed a soldier.
    April 28, 2005 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed four soldiers.
    April 23, 2005 - A VBIED attack on a Stryker killed two soldiers.
    April 6, 2005 - A VBIED attack on an Stryker blinded Capt. Scott Smiley. % Captain Smiley is the Army Times Soldier of the year 2007.
    January 4, 2005 - An RPG attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    December 4, 2004 - An attack on a Stryker killed two soldiers
    October 11, 2004 - An IED attack on a Stryker killed a soldier.
    December 9, 2003 - A mishap involving two Strykers killed three soldiers and wounded a fourth.
    C-5 Galaxy

    January 2010 - The first C-5M flew into Iraq. The aircraft delivered over 85,000 pounds of equipment on short notice, and arrived back at Dover AFB, DE ahead of schedule.
    July 15, 2004 - A C-5 flew Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassef from Ramstein AB to Dover, DE.
    November 12, 2003 - The first C-5 arrived at Balad Southeastern Airfield, Iraq. It brought 21 truckloads of war materials.
    January 9, 2004 - Maj Mark Shaw piloted the damaged C-5 out of Iraq. MSgt Dexter Joseph was a flight engineer.
    Serial Number 70033
    Serial Number 50004 - Flew Inherent Resolve mission in August 2015.
    Serial Number 5000
    January 8, 2004 - Enemy fire struck a C-5's No. 4 engine. It had to make an emergency landing no one on board was injured. The crew included; Captain Steve Radtke (pilot), Captain Zach Zeiner (co-pilot), TSgt Eric Troutt (Flight Engineer), TSgt Marcus Rettig (Flight Engineer), and TSgt Reginald Bazemore (Loadmaster)
    April 3, 2006 - Human error caused a C-5, serial number 4059. to crash at Dover, DE. All 17 on-board survived. On-board were:
    Capt. Brian Lafreda, 326th AS, Lt. Col. Robert Moorman, 326th AS, Lt. Col. Harlan Nelson, 326th AS, Master Sgt. Timothy Feiring, 709th AS, Master Sgt. Michael Benford, 709th AS, Tech. Sgt. Vincent Dvorak, 709th AS, Master Sgt. Brenda Kremer, 709th AS, Chief Master Sgt. David Burke, 326th AS, Chief Master Sgt. George Mosley, 709th AS, Tech. Sgt. Henry Fortney, 326th AS, Senior Airman Scott Schaffner, 89th AS, stationed at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, Tammy Lucas, Lockheed Martin employee, Staff Sgt. David Abrams, 436th AMXS, Senior Airman Nicholas Vather, 436th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer Paul Kath, Hannelore Kath, Retired Tech. Sgt. Raul Salamanca
    USS Jarrett
    dispatched an SH-60 to assist in the rescue of eight sailors from the Al Huda
    San Giusto
    Assisted in the rescue of eight sailors from the Al Huda
    USS Chosin
    Supported Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USNS Shughart
    Brought 3rd Brigade, 2ID equipment to Port of Kuwait.
    USNS Sisler
    Brought 3rd Brigade, 2ID equipment to Port of Kuwait.
    USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65)
    Aircraft from the USS Enterprise flew 781 Operation Iraqi Freedom sorties and 3,832 flight hours.
    The USS Enterprise gave Merchant Seaman Atif Youssifin emergency medical treatment.
    January 12, 2004 - Two F/A-18s from the USS ENTERPRISE struck an enemy position.
    November 19, 2003 - Two F/A-18s from the USS ENTERPRISE attacked enemy targets.
    Navy aircraft from the August 10, 2001 strike came from the USS Enterprise
    Capt Michael Chase serves as the Executive Offices of the USS Enterprise
    Aviation Ordinanceman Jeffrey W. Brannon serves on board the USS Enterprise
    A-300
    November 22, 2003 - An SA-7 damaged a Belgian DHL Airbus A-300.
    Land Rover
    &January 21, 2006 - Sgt James Newell commanded two land rovers. He was awarded the Military Cross for his actions.
    December 7, 2005 - Snatch vehicles supported an operation where a terrorist and two other suspected insurgents were captured.
    Number PS48AA
    October 27, 2006 - A snatch land rover collided with a civilian vehicle killing a soldier.
    May 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an armored land rover killed two soldiers.
    January 31, 2006 - An IED attack on an snatch vehicle killed Corporal Gordon Alexander Pritchard and wounded three others.
    September 11, 2005 - An IED attack on an armored SNATCH Land Rover killed one soldier and wounded three others.
    July 16, 2005 - An IED attack on an armored SNATCH Land Rover killed 3 UK soldiers.
    September 28, 2004 - Enemy forced badly damaged an armored land rover with an RPG. Enemy forces killed 2 U.K. soldiers in the incident.
    August 9, 2004 - Enemy forces set some U.K. Land Rovers on fire and killed Private Lee O'Callaghan.
    2003 - A land rover struck a pot hole and ejected Gunner Natalie Savage. A mob attacked her. Lance Bomabadier James Day, the driver, rescued her by revealing she was a woman. They married in July 2006.
    USNS Supply (T-AOE-6)

    February 17, 2009 - Vertically replenished the USS Carter Hall at sea.
    January 29, 2009 - Replenished the USS Iwo Jima at sea.
    October 4, 2007 - Replenished the USS Enterprise.
    September 25, 2007 - Replenished the USS Enterprise.
    August 20, 2007 - Replenished the USS Enterprise.
    September 17, 2006 - Replenished the USS Enterprise at sea.
    Vertically replenished the USS Bulkeley and the USS George Washington on April 24, 2004.
    IL-76
    4K-AZ28 flew two missions into Iraq. Delivered 10,000 pieces of telecommunications equipment. (November 2003)
    C-23
    A US Army C-23 delivered a planeload of school supplies.
    Fork Lift
    September 19, 2007 - A fork lift accident killed Sergeant Mark ¡®Stan¡¯ Stansfield, 32 Close Support Squadron, UK Logistic Battalion. He died on September 21, 2007.
    September 25, 2003 - A fork lift accident killed a soldier.
    USS George Washington (CVN 73)

    From January - July 2004 flew 1,500 sorties and dropped 82 tons of ordinance in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    April 29, 2004 - F/A-18s & F-14s from the USS George Washington dropped 13x500 lb bombs on enemy positions in Flaaujah.
    Commanding Officer Capt. Martin Erdossy
    Assistant Air Officer Cmdr. David M. Fox
    TUAV
    March 2, 2004 - Tracked enemy forces leading to the capture of five.
    USS Vella Gulf (CG 72)
    Warrior

    December 7, 2005 - Warriors supported an operation that resulted in capturing a terrorist and two other suspected insurgents.
    August 9, 2003 - Covered the side of vehicles damaged by insurgants.
    April 14, 2004 - An RPG and small arms attack on a UK Warrior armored vehicle caused no casualties.
    November 2004 - 40 Warrior Fighting Vehicles supported the Black Watch when they went to Baghdad.
    Vehicle licence number 35KG98
    & Private Johnson Gideon Beharry was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions on May 1, 2004 and June 11, 2004. He was wounded during the June 11, 2004 incident.
    & Private Jonetani Matia Lawci was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal for recuing three others when his Warrior fell into deep water on October 29, 2004.
    October 29, 2004 - A Warrior fell off a bridge and into deep water.
    June 16, 2007 - Lance Corporal James Cartwright drove his Warrior fighting vehicle off the road. It slid into a canal. He died in the accident.
    May 13, 2007 - An IED attack immobilized a Warrior.
    April 5, 2007 - An IED attack on a Warrior killed Second Lieutenant Joanna Yorke Dyer, Corporal Kris O’Neill, Private Eleanor Dlugosz and Kingsman Adam James Smith and a civilian interpreter.
    December 28, 2006 - An IED attack on an Warrior killed a UK soldier.
    June 11, 2006 - A attack disabled a Warrior. & Private Michelle Norris received the Military Cross for her actions. She was the first woman to receive the award.
    September 19, 2005 - A mob attack with rockets, petrol bombs, and trash damaged a Warrior and wounded 2nd Lt. John Cliffe, Sgt George Long, and another British soldier.
    November 8, 2004 - An IED attack damaged a Warrior Armored Vehicle, killed a soldier and wounded two other soldiers.
    June 11, 2004 - RPG attack damaged a Warrior and wounded some soldiers.
    May 4, 2004 - RPG attack damaged a Warrior and wounded some soldiers.
    USS Bulkeley (DDG 84)

    Came to the air of a heart attack patient on the ferry Jebel Ali 3.
    Searched a dhow on April 23, 2004.
    HMCS Toronto
    USS Bataan
    February 12, 2007 - A sailor on the USS Bataan died of natural causes.
    Completed two Operation Iraqi Freedom deployments.
    Captain Nora W. Tyson is the Commanding Officer of the USS Bataan
    USNS Sirius
    Replenished the USS George Washington on March 26, 2004.
    C-20
    C-20s of VR-51 flew 183 Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom missions since February 2003. They flew 1826 flight hours, transported 2595 passengers, and carried 117,250 lbs. of cargo.
    Avenger
    June 1, 2004 - An Avenger rollover killed a soldier
    USS Typhoon (PC 5)

    August 13, 2008 - The USS Typhoon transported an injured Iraqi fisherman to the Khawr Al Amaya.
    April 11, 2008 - Three Iranian speed boats taunted the USS Typhoon. At one point the USS Typhoon fired a warning flair.
    April 29, 2005 - Involved in the rescue of 89 people and recovery of five bodies in the Gulf of Aden.
    Assisted in aiding an injured mariner on a dhow.
    USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)

    Decommissioned March 23, 2007.
    The USS John F. Kennedy aircraft flew 8,296 sorties in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (4,396)& Operations Enduring Freedom
    The USS John F. Kennedy aircraft flew 21,824 hours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (11,607) & Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS John F. Kennedy aircraft dropped 54,000 lbs. of ordnance.
    The USS John F. Kennedy aircraft flew 38 missions in support of Operation Al Fajr.
    The USS John F. Kennedy rescued 6 Iranian sailors from a cargo dhow.
    August 2004 - Aircraft from the USS John F. Kennedy took part in air strikes against Najaf, Iraq.
    July 7, 2004 - Aircraft from the USS Kennedy destroyed two enemy positions.
    Captain Dennis FitzPatrick is the commander of the USS Kennedy.
    Captain John W. Miller was the commander of the USS Kennedy he was formerly the commander of the USS Constellation.
    Captain Mark Guadagnini is the commander of CVW-17.
    October 7, 2004 - An HH-60H from the USS John F. Kennedy crashed at Camp Arifijan, Kuwait.
    July 23, 2004 - Collided with a dhow. Dhow sunk no sign of survivors. The Kennedy's Commander, Captain Stephen G. Squires was relieved because of the incident.
    USNS Tippecanoe

    February 12, 2009 - Replenished the USS Carter Hall at sea during a sandstorm.
    December 27, 2008 - Replenished the USS Vela Gulf.
    June 18, 2004 - Replenished the USS Bulkeley.
    Combat Support Boat
    June 21, 2004 - Iranian forces captured a British Combat Support Boat
    F-16 Fighting Falcon

    Fighting Falcon Col. Blair Hanson, 332nd AEW Commander.
    Col. Mike Dubie, 332nd AEW.
    Lt. Col. Marty Little flew F-16 missions over Iraq as a pilot of the 120 FW ANG.
    Lt. Col. C. O. "Swamp Thing" Brown is the Commander of the 78th Expeditionary FS.
    Lt. Col. Phil Guy participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom, 149th FW.
    Lt. Col. Glenn Schmidt and Maj Sean Campbell flew came to the aid of 21 soldiers and airmen who were attacked in their patrol boat. Maj. Campbell dropped a 500lb GBU bomb on a building and the shooting stopped.
    Major Darren Censullo participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
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    Captain Jason Green flew F-16 missions over Iraq as a pilot of the 120 FW ANG.
    Captain Christina "Shaq" Szasz flew at least one mission over Iraq as a pilot of the 78th Expeditionary FS.
    Captain Jeremy Quatacker participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Captain Matt Ayres participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Capt Tally Parham participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Capt Mary Melfi participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Capt. Langden Root participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Capt. Bert Wilbanks participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Capt. Caroline Jensen participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom, 4th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron.
    1st. Lt. Chad Martin participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    One Operation Iraqi Freedom pilot's call sign is "Abu"
    Boston Whaler
    June 21, 2004 - Iranian Forces Captured two Boston Whalers
    HMS Somerset

    Served 122 days in the gulf.
    Carried out search and rescue for the victimes of the collision between the USS Kennedy and a dhow.
    USS Sirocco
    USS Spruance
    USS Roosevelt (DDG 80)
    USS Seattle (AOE 3)

    August 20, 2004 - Replenished the USS John F. Kennedy.
    Rescued all 12 crew members of the Edha II
    USS Vicksburg (CG 69)
    Repatriated six rescued Iranian sailors.
    Dragoneye
    Cpl Mel W. Plummer, pilot (dragonmaster).
    SB7L-360

    A Seeker flew its first combat mission for the Iraqi Air Force.
    Two Seabird Seekers are part of the New Iraqi Air Force.
    USS Wasp (LHD 1)
    MV-22s were deployed on the USS Wasp for their first combat deployment.
    RQ-7A Shadow

    RQ-7A, flew 124 mission over Iraq. Located a sniper who was then killed by ground forces.
    A Shadow flew a mission on August 30, 2004.
    Serial No. 1026 - Screamin' Demen, an RQ-7A, flew 124 missions, and logged 500 Flight Hours.
    SSG Lucas Johnson, USA, is an instructor-operator.
    4 RQ-7A crashed for mechanical reasons.
    USNS Spica T-AFS9)

    February 2, 2007 - Replenished the USS Eisenhower at sea.
    January 31, 2006 - Replenished the USS Theodore Roosevelt at sea.
    Replenished the USS John F. Kennedy on August 17, 2004 & August 26, 2004.
    All Terrain Vehicle
    September 6, 2004 - An accident involving an all terrain vehicle in Doha, Qatar killed an Air Force Officer.
    SA-332
    N330J from the USNS Spica replenished the USS John F. Kennedy on August 17, 2004.
    blimp
    USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200)

    November 22, 2004 - Replenished the USS Essex
    November 20, 2004 - Replenished the USS Monterey.
    November 12, 2004 - Replenished the USS John F. Kennedy.
    Jeep Liberties
    40 Jeep Liberties are serving with the Iraqi security forces.
    SAMA CH2000
    Serving with the Iraqi Air Force.
    USNS Saturn

    November 20, 2004 - Replenished the USS Truman.
    November 12, 2004 - Replenished the USS Vicksburg.
    USS Essex (LHD 2)

    December 20, 2004 - Treated an injured Iraqi mariner.
    Completed a five month tour.
    March 2005 - Rescued three Sea Turtles.
    Captain Martin J. Keaney, commander.
    Lieutenant Commander Jim Humphrey
    Comp Air 7SL

    Six Comp Air 7SLs are serving with the Iraqi Air Force.
    May 31, 2005 - The seventh crashed and killed Iraqi Air Force Pilot Capt. Ali Hussam, and four USAF members.
    M-198
    November 11, 2004 - supported U.S. Marines in the battle for Fallujah.
    RSS Resolution
    USNS Arctic (T-AOE 8)
    December 23, 2007 - Received a distress call while replenishing the USS Harry S. Truman. The USNS Arctic dispatched two MH-60S helicopters that rescued seven mariners in a raft.
    January 7, 2007 - Replenished the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
    January 29, 2005 - Replenished the USS Harry S. Truman.
    December 22, 2004 - Replenished the USS Harry S. Truman.
    December 11, 2004 - Replenished the USS Harry S. Truman.
    USS Monterey

    EA-6B Prowler

    VMAQ-4 "Seahawks" flew more than 2,500 hours and logged more than 600 sorties.
    December 7, 2005 - EA-6Bs supported ground forces in Ramadi.
    August 22, 2005 - EA-6Bs supported ground operations in Balad & Fallujah.
    A Prowler provided jamming for a B-1B strike on a leadership target.
    Prowlers provided jamming for the September 5, 2002 mission.
    At least one EA-6B was involved in the December 28 & 30, 1998 incidents.
    Bu. Number 159586
    Bu. Number 160788, VAQ-132
    Bu. Number 161350
    LCDR Jeff Todd
    LCDR Pete Yelle (Pilot)
    LCDR Bruce Webb (Radar Jamming Officer)
    Lt. Silas Bouyer (Pilot)
    Lt. Doug Graber (Radar Jamming Officer)
    ScanEagle
    Flew 1,000 hours of intelligence & recon mission.
    Panhard M-3
    The Iraqi Army has 44 M-3 APCs.
    USS Harpers Ferry

    Completed a 5 month tour.
    T-55
    Four T-55s are serving in the Iraqi Army.
    B-747
    A contracted Boeing 747 transported 18 new Land Rovers for UK forces in Iraq.
    USS Emory J. Land
    15 sailors volunteered to pre-cut ballistic steel for U.S. Army HMMWVs.
    Lt(jg) Chris O'Leary
    C-2D
    Bu. No. 102107, flew off the USS Harry S. Truman
    Merlin

    Merlins have carried almost 40,000 troops and lifted over 750 tons of freight.
    June 2006 - Aided mariners in a stricken dhow.
    December 7, 2005 - Merlin helicopters supported an operation where a terrorist suspect and two other suspects were captured.
    Merlin Mk3 had an availability rate of 84% for a three month period ending October 2005. Merlin helicopters of 1419 Flight replaced the 1310 Flt Chinooks.
    & Flight Lieutenant Michelle Goodman became the first woman to receive the DFC for her actions on June 1, 2007. Enemy fire damaged her Merlin.
    Flt. Lt. Penny Grayson, pilot.
    USS Juneau
    Completed a 5 month tour.
    USS Carl Vinson (CVN70)
    Was deployed for 250 days.
    September 10, 2001 - F/A-18s from the Carl Vinson participated in air strikes.
    April 4, 2005 - F/A-18s from the Carl Vinson dropped 2x500 pound bombs on insurgents.
    May 8, 2005 - F/A-18s from the Carl Vinson dropped six precision guided bombs.
    May 11, 2005 - The USS Vinson signaled the USS Mastin to assist the motor vessel Olympias. The rescue operation saved 27 people.
    PO3 Jason Countryman saved a shipmate from serious injury.
    MV Cape Texas
    USS Macon
    Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Gene Black
    USS Barry
    USS Monterey
    MPCV
    MPCV's unofficially called Buffalos found 75 IEDs, 16 UXOs, and 16 deliberate fakes.
    USS Mustin

    The USS Mustin finished a six month deployment (2005)
    May 11, 2005 - Rescued 27 from the motor vessel Olympias.
    Mi-8
    November 24, 2015 - Syrian insurgents shot down an Mi-8 and killed a Russian marine with a TOW missile.
    April 21, 2005 - Insurgent fire shot down a Skylink Air & Logistics Support (USA) Mi-8. The attack killed 11 civilians.
    HMS Blyth
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    Served 2 1/2 years in the Gulf.
    AB-412
    May 31, 2005 - An AB-412 crashed and killed four Italian soldiers.
    HMS Brocklesby
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    HMS Bangor
    Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    HMS Sandown Awarded the Battle Honour 'AL FAW 2003'
    Canberra
    Canberra Squaron Number 39 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003
    APC
    June 11, 2005 - An IED attack on and APC killed two soldiers.
    HMS Argyll
    Completed three Arabian Gulf patrols.
    Lt. Ben Roberts, RN, boarding party leader.
    2nd Lt. Don Crisp, RM, boarding party leader.
    Mi-17

    Iraqi Mi-17s flew their first night mission since 2003.
    November 21, 2008 - An Iraqi Mi-17 medevaced a wounded Iraqi soldier.
    The Iraqi Air Force includes 34 Mi-17s.
    A Polish Hip helicopter has the tail number 644.
    March 3, 2008 - An Iraqi army Mi-17 crashed in a dust storm. An airman and seven others died in the crash.
    Robots

    MARCBOT
    Talon
    Sgt. 1st Class Jason Mero † Sgt Bruno Diaz † Sgt Michael Hanson
    August 19, 2005 - An IED exploded as a robot was investigating it. The explosion destroyed the robot. The IED consisted of a 122mm artillery shell.
    HMS Campbeltown

    USS San Jacinto
    (CG 56)
    November 2005 - Sailors from the San Jacinto put two strobe lights on a sunken taker so it would no longer be a navigational hazard.
    CDC Frank Ferrantelli
    PO1 Michael Slack
    Motorcycle
    A Petty Officer died in a motorcycle accident.
    USS Ingraham
    USS Winston Churchill (DDG 81)

    September 27, 2010 - Rescued 62 distressed mariners after their dhow capsized in the Gulf of Aden.
    USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)

    Captain Terry Kraft. CO.
    Captain Craig B. Williams Co CVW-14
    Airman Heath Pardieu
    USS Norfolk (SSN 714)

    Reaper
    November 2014 - RAF Reaper flew first strike mission over Iraq.
    October 24, 2014 - RAF Reaper aircraft flew missions over Iraq.
    Target Destroyed Bulldozer 3 IED 100 AFV 2 APC 2 transporter 1 vehicle 29 Truck 21 Machine Guns 7 Artillery 1 Arms Cache 3 Compound 1 AAA 1 Fighting Positions 14 Building 3 Checkpoint 3 Boat 1 Trench 1 Oil tank 1 Oil Pump 1 Excavator 1 IED 1
    Target Struck Vehicle 8 Fighting Positions 16 AFV 1 Truck 1 Checkpoint 3 Building 2
    Target Identified Fighting Positions 15 Vehicle 4 IED 2 Machine Gun 1 APC 2 Buildings 2
    USS Austin (LPD4)
    December 6, 2005 - Assisted a stranded dhow.
    RFA Bayleaf
    February 19, 2006 - Replenished the USS Nassau & USS Carter Hall at sea.
    HMS Montrose
    July 15, 2008 - Participated in an operation where 23 tons of nacotics was seized.
    HMS Bulwark

    June 10, 2006 - Aided MV Ocean D when it had a fire on-board.
    Served as a flagship from February 28, 2006.
    Captain Clive Johnstone, CO of the HMS Bulwark (June 2006).
    USS Annapolis
    USNS Mount Baker
    USS McCampbell
    Collided with the tanker Rokya I, minor damage and injuries to both ships and crew.
    USCGC Wrangel
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    August 24, 2007 - Gave medical assistance to an ill Iranian fisherman in a dhow.
    March 30 ,2006 - Assisted in the rescue operation of a capsized ship off the coast of Bahrain.
    USS Kitty Hawk CV63

    Aircraft from the USS Kitty Hawk flew 3,000 Operation Iraqi Freedom sorties.
    Planes from the USS Kitty Hawk bombed hangars, fuel depots and military complexes near Saddam Hussein IAP, on the night of April 3/4.
    Aircraft from the USS Kitty Hawk provided close air support.
    Captain Patrick Driscoll is the Carrier Air Wing Commander of the USS Kitty Hawk.
    An F/A-18C from the USS Kitty Hawk was shot down by a Patriot missile battery on April 2, 2003.
    An F-14 from the USS Kitty Hawk crashed in Iraq on April 1, 2003. The crew ejected safely.
    BMP-1
    Iraqi BMP-1s supported operations in Tarmiya.
    RG-31

    SSG Jeremy Wagner
    October 12, 2006 - An IED attack on a mine protection vehicle killed a soldier.
    July 8, 2006 - An IED attack on a mine protection vehicle killed four soldiers.
    May 24, 2006 - An IED attack on a mine protection vehicle killed a soldier.
    May 5, 2006 - An IED attack on a mine protection vehicle killed a soldier.
    May 4, 2006 - An IED attack on a mine protection vehicle killed three soldiers.
    B-1B Lancer

    Colonel James M. Kowalski (Wing Commander 40th AEW) Colonel Peter Kippie (Wing Vice Commander)
    Major Jeff Paterson (Pilot)
    Captain Ty Newman (WSO)
    Space Systems
    July 2006 - Space Systems supported 13 requests which yielded 91 specific effects.
    June 2006 - Space Systems supported 10 requests which yielded 75 specific effects.
    Since June 1, 2006 Space Systems supported Requests. These requests yielded specific effects.
    Air Boats
    The Iraqi Border Police have 6 air boats.
    M1083
    May 6, 2006 - An IED attack on a cargo truck killed two soldiers.
    USS Whirlwind
    Mi-24
    August 29, 2006 - Insurgents struck a Polish Mi-24 with seven rifle rounds.
    October 28, 2006 - Small arms fire forced an Mi-24 helicopter to make an emergency landing. A Coalition and an Iraqi solder were injured.
    Raven
    U.S. Army Ravens provide force protection for UK troops.
    USCG Cutter Baranof (WPB 1318)
    November 9, 2006 - Rescued 3 Iraqi mariners. Their skiff sank in the North Arabian Gulf.
    M-1117
    December 4, 2006 - An M-1777 rolled over and killed a soldier.
    USS Newport News
    January 29, 2007 - Capt. Norman B. Moore assumed temporary command of the USS Newport News.
    January 9, 2007 - The USS Newport News collided with the Japanese-flagged motor vessel Mogamigawa. The Navy relieved the Commander of the USS Newport News, Cmdr. Matthew A. Weingart, of command.

    Rafale

    November 23, 2014 - Rafale fighters, launched from the Charles de Gaulle, struck Daech targets.
    September 27, 2015 - Rafale figters struck targets in Syria.
    February 25, 2014 - 2 Rafales from the Charles de Gaulle destroyed a training camp..
    December 5, 2014 - Rafales attacked 3 targets.
    December 1, 2014 - Rafales destroyed a checkpoint.
    November 14, 2014 - Rafales supported Iraqi ground forces.
    October 24, 2014 - Rafales attacked numerous ISIL facilities.
    October 2, 2014 - Two Rafaeles carried out a night mission in suport of Iraqi ground forces.
    September 24, 2014 - Two Rafales flew reconnaissance missions over Iraq.
    September 21, 2014 - Two Rafales flew reconnaissance missions over Iraq.
    September 17, 2014 - Two Rafales flew reconnaissance missions over Iraq.
    September 16, 2014 - Two Rafales flew reconnaissance missions over Iraq.
    September 15, 2014 - Two Rafales flew reconnaissance missions over Iraq.
    Target Number Target Number Target Number Target Number Target Number
    HMMWV 1 Pick-up trucks 2 Warehouses 4 Ammunition Depot 1 Buildings 3
    Firing Position 8 Bunker 1 Checkpoint 1 Training Camp 1 Artillery 1
    On rafael has number 113-HG
    USS Gladiator
    MV-22/CV-22
    6 x CV-22s of the USAF 1st Special Operations Wing completed a combat tour in Iraq.
    Bu Nos 6496, 5851
    October 1, 2014 - A crew member who bailed ouf of an Osprey after it lost power is lost at sea in the Arabian Gulf.
    Hughes 500MD
    January 24, 2007 - A Blackwater USA helicopter was shot down by Sunni insurgents. Four of the five Americans on board were murdered after the crash. Those killed included the pilot pilot Arthur Laguna. Gunfire damaged a second helicopter.
    Bicycle
    May 1, 2007 - Major Nick Bateson was killed when his bicycle collided with a coach.
    Cessna C-208
    September 23, 2008 - The 52nd EFTS flew its 3,000th training hour.
    March 29, 2008 - The Iraqi Air Force began using Caravans. The Iraqi Air Force has 5 Caravans.
    Tail # - YI-111
    Major Thagel, Iraqi Air Force Pilot.
    Lt. Col. Scott Voskovitch, 52nd EFTS instructor pilot, sat in the instructor seat of the Cessna 208 Caravan on the flight that marked 3,000 hours for the squadron. It marked his 200th sortie with the squadron.
    Buldog
    May 21, 2007 - A small arms attack on a Buldog killed Corporal Jeremy Brookes
    UH-2
    The Iraqi Air force has 16 UH-2s
    Cessna-172
    USS Rentz
    November 20, 2009 - Came to the aid of the M/V Adnan Wahd.
    November 28, 2009 - A sailor aboard the USS Rentz died in a non-combat related accident.
    Iraqi Air Force YI-138
    F/A-18 Hornet/CF-188
    LCDR Jeremy "Grunt" Gunter, deployed with the USS George Washington, April 2004.
    Cdr. Thomas Halley, VFN-82, flew missions from the USS Enterprise Lt. Cmdrs M.W. Weisgerber (pilot) and R.M. Garrison (WSO) flew F/A-18F Operation Iraqi Freedom missions.
    Lt. Cmdr Mark Johnson flew Operation Iraqi Freedom missions as part of Strike Fighter Squadron 27.
    Lt. Cmdr Perlin Shank.
    Sqn. Ldr. Daryl Pudney, RAAF, flew Operation Iraqi Freedom missions.
    Lts. Chris Smith and Don Monlux flew Operation Southern Watch missions from the USS Kitty Hawk.
    Capt. James W. Smith, USMC, dropped a 1,000# JDAM on an enemy target in support of Operation Iron Hammer. He is assigned to VMFA-312.
    Capt. Wade E. Wiegel, USMC, dropped a 1,000# JDAM on an enemy target in support of Operation Iron Hammer. He is assigned to VMFA-312.
    Captain Christopher Niemann, USMC, flew a mission with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 323 on March 27, 2003.
    Captain C. P. "Yogurt" Cannon, USMC, was attached to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 323.
    Lt W.S. "Murphy" Berg
    Lt JG "Juarren" Huber.
    HMS St Albans
    Wolfhound
    HMS Iron Duke
    HMS Chiddingfold

    USS George H.W. Bush

    RC-26B
    Atlantique 2
    November, 21, 2014 - A French Navy Atlantique 2 flew a SCAR-C mission over Iraq.
    September 25, 2014 - A French Navy Atlantique 2 carried out a battle damage assessment mission.
    September 17, 2014 - A French Navy Atlantique 2 patrolled the airspace over Iraq.
    Mi-35
    Mi-28

    A340

    August 31, 2014 - Three Airbus A340 of l'armee de l'Air delivered 60 metric tons of supplies to Kurdistan.
    August 16, 2014 - Two UK Airbuses delivered 8,000 kitchen sets to Erbil.
    August 13, 2014 - A French Airbus A340 delivered 18 tons of aide to Iraq.
    Su-25
    Su-24
    November 24, 2015 - A Turkish F-16 shot down a Russian Su-22. Terrorists killed the crew as they descended in their parachutes.
    A400
    F-22
    F-22s have flown 100 combat sorties.
    September 23, 2014 - F-22s flew combat missions for the first time. An F-22 damaged a command and control center.
    C-160
    August 31, 2014 - Two l'armee de l'Air flew supplies to iraq.
    A310
    September 20, 2014 - A French Air Force Airbus A310 flew a humaniarian mission to Iraq.
    E-7A
    October 1, 2013 - A RAAF E-7A flew a support mission.
    USS Philippine Sea
    September 23, 2014 - Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles at ISIL targets.
    Voyager
    July 1, 2015 - An RAF Voyager refueled Tornados that destroyed a mortar and struck a tunnel enterance.
    June 2015 - An RAF Voyager refueled Tornados that destroyed 2 mortar and 1 machine gun position.
    May 15, 2015 - An RAF Voyager refueled Tornados that were used to attack ISIL forces in Ramadi.
    October 24, 2014 - RAF Voyager aircraft flew refueling missions in support of operations against ISIL.
    USS Makin Island
    October 1, 2014 - A marine assigned to the USS Makin Island is lost at sea following an MV-22B mishap.
    KC-30A
    October 1, 2014 - A RAAF KC-30A flew a support mission.
    FAA Jean Bart
    Escorted the USS Carl Vinson.
    HMS Defender
    October 2014 - Provides protection to the USS George H.W. Bush.
    E7
    Australian E7 Wedgetails have flown 24 sorties.
    Mirage 2000D
    HMAS Toowoomba
    November 20, 2014 - Seized 324 kilograms of heroin.
    Panther
    French Panther helicopters deployed on the FAA Jean Bart supported Operation Chammal.
    36F
    KC30
    Australian KC30s have flown 33 sorties and transferred over 2.5 million pounds of fuel.
    Siroco
    The French Transport Barge and Landing (TCD) Siroco delivered equipment for Mirage 2000D operations.
    HMAS Darwin
    HMAS Melbourne
    HMS Kent
    Is escorting the Charles de Gaulle
    USS Sterett
    Typhoon
    Destroyed:
    Machine Gun 10 Fighting Position 6 Tactical Unit 1 IED 3 AAA 2 HQ 2 Mortar 3 Buildings 7 Cache 4 Bunker 1 Trench 2 APC 1 RPG 1 Excavator 1 Truck 3 Recoiless Rifle 1
    HMS Dauntless
    Charles de Gaulle
    February 25, 2015 - 2 Rafales from the Charles de Gaulle destroyed a training camp.
    EC635
    December 13, 2014 - ISIS forces shot down an Iraqi Airbus EC635.
    E-7A
    USS Farragut
    May 16, 2015 - A sailor assigned to the USS Farragut died in a non-combat related incident.
    FAA Cassard
    Riverine Command Boats
    January 12, 2016 - Iranian Revolutionary Guards captured 2 RCBs and 10 U.S. Navy Sailors.

    OPERATION DESERT FOX

    Targets Destroyed
    A Missile Repair Facility at Tagi.
    1 x Air Defense System
    7 x Command and Control Centers
    The Falluja-3 Chemical & Biological weapons plant.
    2 x Security Installations
    1 x barracks
    The raids killed 62 Iraqi military personnel (38 Republican Guards).
    † On 28 December 1998 US aircraft killed an additional four Iraqi military personnel.
    † On 17 August 1999 the USAF claimed it hit an SA-2 site.
    † On 13 January 1999 the USAF claimed it destroyed a SAM site.
    † On 25 January 1999 the USAF claimed it destroyed a SAM-3 site.
    † On 2 February 1999 the US Navy claimed it destroyed a CSSC-3 anti-ship missile battery.
    † On 3 February 1999 the US Navy claimed it destroyed a CSSC-3 anti-ship missile battery.
    From the end of Desert Fox to 9 March 1999 the US claims it destroyed 104 targets. That is more than the US claimed to have destroyed during Desert Fox. As of 16 June, 2000 Iraq claimed US and UK bombing has killed 300 civilians and wounded 800 since Operation Desert Fox.
    On 12 May, 2000 Hama Mahmoud Ahmed, an Iraqi soldier on leave was wounded in an allied strike. A number of civilians were killed and wounded in this raid.
    On 29 May, 2000 an allied strike killed 2 Iraqi soldiers.
    From the end of Desert Fox to November 1999 Operation Northern Watch claimed it destroyed these targets:
    140
    30
    15
    10
    10
    Large Caliber anti-aircraft guns
    SAM radars
    SAM launchers
    SAM control vans
    Radar relay, communications, and jamming sites


    DoD's Desert Fox Page

    ANTI-PIRATE


    French Commandos
    Pirates Killed ##
    Pirates Captured ###########
    Dai Hong Dan
    Pirates Killed ## Pirates Captured #####
    April 11, 2009 - French Commandos seized a French yacht from Somali pirates. One hostage, Florent Lemacon the yacht owner, was killed in the exchange of fire. Four other hostages were freed.
    Maersk Alabama - Seized by pirates on April 8, 2009. The unarmed crew regained control of their ship and captured one of the pirates. They released the pirate in exchange for the release of Captain Richard Philips, but the pirates kept Captain Philips.
    USS Bainbridge
    Pirates Killed ### Pirates Captured #
    April 2009 - Involved in the rescue of Captain Richard Philips.
    USNS Walter S. Diehl

    May 18, 2009 - Replenished the USS Gettysburg at sea.
    April 5, 2009 - Replenished the USS Boxer at sea.
    November 20, 2014 - Collided with the USNS Amerlia Earhart.
    USS Halyburton

    Relayed a distress call from a merchant vessel under attack.
    February 2011 - Assisted the crew of a dhow that had been adrift for 10 days.
    April 2009 - Involved in the rescue of Captain Richard Philips.
    HDMS Absalon
    Deterred a pirate attack against the Chinese MV Yandanghai
    SEAL/U.S. Special Operations Forces

    January 25, 2012 - SEAL Team 6 Rescued American Jessica Buchanan and Dane Poul Hagen Thisted.
    April 12, 2009 - Rescued Captain Richard Philips. SEALs killed three of the pirates and wounded and captured a pirate.
    Pirates Killed ########### Pirates Captured ###################
    CH-47
    Serial Number - 3322
    USS Boxer
    April 2009 - Involved in the rescue of Captain Richard Philips.
    July 26, 2011 -
    Second Class Matthew Bergman was reported missing.
    Scan Eagle
    Used during the Maersk Alabama incident.
    Libery Sun - Evaded an attempted takeover by pirates.
    MV Front Ardenne - Evaded an attempted takeover by pirates. Pirates fired an RGP onto the deck. The RPG didn't explode.
    USS Halyburton
    April 20, 2009 - Assisted in the capture of a pirate ship. The pirates were released.
    HNLMS De Zeven Provincien
    April 18, 2009 - Assisted in rescuing 13 hostages.
    RFA Wave Knight
    Assisted in rescuing 13 hostages and in twarting two pirate attacks.
    HMCS Winnipeg
    April 20, 2009 - Captured, disarmed, and relased a pirate crew.
    Cruise Ship Melody
    A private Israeli based security company fought off a hijacking attempt with hand guns and water hoses.
    Nivose
    Pirates Captured ###########
    USS Porter
    October 29, 2007 - The USS Porter sank two pirate skiffs of the coast of Somalia.
    August 12, 2012 - The USS Porter collided with the Panamanian Motor Vessel Otowasan.
    USNS Lewis and Clark
    May 5, 2009 - Evaded an attempted capture by pirates.
    USS Gettysburg
    Captured a suspected pirate vessel.
    HMS Cornwall

    February 2011 - Rescued the crew of a dhow that was held hostage by pirates for three months.
    November 1, 2010 - Rescued 5 mariners.
    During its 4 month deployment no merchant ships were captured by pirates.
    February 27, 2011 - A sailor on the HMS Cornwall was killed in a traffic accident in the UAE
    MQ-9
    April 4, 2012 - An RQ=9 crashed in the Indian Ocean near Seychelles International Airport.
    December 13, 2011 - A n RQ-9 crashed at Seychelles International Airport..
    Lynx

    Participated in boat Capture oooo Participated in pirate capture #######################
    A Lynx helicopter piloted by Flight Commander Lieutenant Ben Jewson and Lieutenant John Phillips, with Leading Aircraft Engineer Technician Dan Carroll transported an injured Japanese sailor.
    A South Korean Lynx helicopter layed down covering fire in the rescue of the freighter Samho Dream.
    A Lynx helicopter sank the MV Aly Zoulfecar with .50 caliber machine gun fire.
    Lynx assisted in the rescue of five mariners.
    Lynx helicopter detered an attack on the North Korean merchant vessel, MV Mi Rae.
    Lynx helicopters assisted in the destruction of 2 pirate boats.
    Spotted a hijacked dhow being used as a mother ship.
    French Navy Refueling ship La Somme
    Pirates Captured #####
    Danish Commandos
    Rescued the Ariella.
    USS Nicholas (FFG 47)
    April 1, 2010 - Sank a pirate skiff and captured a pirate mother ship and arrested 5 pirates.
    USS Farragut
    Participated in the capture of three pirate skiffs. One skiff was sunk, the eleven plots were released and sailed away on the two remaining skiffs.
    MV Evita
    Evaded three pirate skiffs.
    Swedish Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPRA)
    Located three skiffs that attacked the MV Evita.
    HMS Chatham

    Destroyed 2 pirate boats.
    Assisted in the destruction of 3 pirate boats.
    Rescued the crew of a captured dhow.
    Disarmed 1 pirate group in the Gulf of Aden.
    USS Ashland
    Pirates Captured ######
    Skiff Destroyed o
    USS McFaul
    Pirates Captured ##########
    USS San Jacinto
    Interdicted 22 pirates.
    USS Oak Hill
    Came to the aid of the motor vessel Bhakti Sagar which was attacked by pirates.
    USS Cole
    Assisted in the destruction of 3 pirate boats.
    RFA Fort Victoria

    Pirates Captured ###############################
    Pirate Boats Captured oooo
    Transported pirates to the Seychelles for prosecution.
    Disrupted 7 pirate attacks
    Destroyed two whalers
    Rescued the crew of the MV Montecristo after the ship was taken over by pirates.
    HMS St Albans
    USS Dubuque
    September 9, 2010 - U.S. Marines from the USS Dubuque boarded and seized M/V Magellan Star from pirates.
    Pirates Captured #########
    TCG Gökçeada
    HMS Montrose

    A Linx helicopter from the HMS Montrose destroyed the pirate mother ship MV Aly Zoulfecar.
    Detered an attack on the North Korean merchant vessel, MV Mi Rae.
    USS Winston Churchill
    September 26, 2010 - Came the the aid of a skif. The skif had 85 passengers on board.
    January 22, 2006 - Seized a dhow used by pirates. The USS Churchill crew arrested 26 suspected pirates.
    ROKN Wan Geon
    September 26, 2010 - Spotted a skif in distress and notified the USS Winston Churchill.
    USS Momsen

    January 2011 - Came to the aid of an Iranian fishing boat.
    Malaysian Navy Commandos
    Rescued the MT Bunga Laurel and its 23 crew members.
    Pirates Captured #######
    Skiff Destroyed o
    HMS Montrose
    Came to the aide of the MV Beluga Fortune after pirates seized the ship. The pirates fled when they learned the HMS Montrose was on the way.
    Republic of Korea Commandos.
    Pirates killed ########
    Pirates Captured #####
    USS Bunker Hill
    Skiff Destroyed o
    USS Leyte Gulf
    March 25, 2011 - An SF-60 from the USS Leyte Gulf foiled a pirate attack on the Falcon Trader II.
    February 22, 2011 - Involved in the attempt to response force to the pirate capture of the M/V Quest. All four hostages were killed by the pirates. Of the 19 pirates involved two were killed by U.S. Special Forces, two were apparently killed by other pirates, 15 were captured.
    Yong Jin
    February 2011 - Reported a suspicious vessel. The vessel was a captured dhow. The Royal Navy captured the dhow, rescuing its crew which was being held hostage.
    USS Sterett
    February 22, 2011 - Involved in the attempt to response force to the pirate capture of the M/V Quest. All four hostages were killed by the pirates. Of the 19 pirates involved two were killed by U.S. Special Forces, two were apparently killed by other pirates, 15 were captured.
    USS Enterprise
    USS Bulkeley

    Pirates Captured ####
    March 6, 2011 - A boarding team from the USS Bulkeley rescued the 24 crew members of the MV Guanabara who were bring held by pirates.
    February 22, 2011 - Involved in the attempt to response force to the pirate capture of the M/V Quest. All four hostages were killed by the pirates. Of the 19 pirates involved two were killed by U.S. Special Forces, two were apparently killed by other pirates, 15 were captured.
    USS Philippine Sea
    July 6, 2011 - Rescued the 26 crew members of the Brilliante Virtuoso. The 26 mariners were Filipino.
    P-3
    P-3s flew search missions for a sailor missing from the USS Boxer.
    USNS Alan Shepard
    Search for a sailor missing from the USS Boxer.
    USS Mitscher
    Search for a sailor missing from the USS Boxer.
    USS Anzio
    July 2011 - Arcraft from the USS Anzio searched from a sailor missing from the USS Boxer.
    C-130
    HMS Somerset

    Captured a pirate dhow.
    Rescued the crew of a dhow, the Hibib Fidi, that had been captured by pirates.
    MH-60R/SH-60S

    Merlin
    Assisted in rescuing the crew of the Hibib Fidi.
    USS Kidd
    January 5, 2012 - Rescued the crew of the Iranian Fishing Vessel Al Molai from pirates.
    USS John C. Stennis
    Pirates Captured ###############
    USS Carney

    Pirates Captured #############
    USS Halsey
    January 19, 2011 - Provided assistance to a Yemini dhow in distress.
    Iranian Navy
    Rescued a Chinese freighter.
    Pirates Captured #########
    Iranian Navy
    An Iranian Navy warship came to the aide of the Maersk Texas, which was being attacked by pirates.
    FLF Surcouf
    Pirates Captured ############
    MSC Jasmine
    Repelled an attack by pirates.
    HMS Argyll
    Gave assistance to an injured Japanese sailor.

    GEORGIA

    The U.S. military has delivered more than 2 million pounds of humanitarian relief supplies to Georgia. The United States has provided $18.3 million in aid.
    C-9
    August 18, 2008 - A US Navy C-9 flew a humanitarian mission to the Republic of Georgia. The cargo included 2,256 personal hygiene kits.
    USS McFaul

    Delivered 82 pallets with about 155,000 pounds of supplies donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
    USS Mount Whitney

    September 5, 2008 - Mount Whitney will deliver more than 17 tons of aid, including 4,000 blankets donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development, juice, powdered milk and hygiene products.
    U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Dallas

    August 27, 2008 - Delivered 76,000 pounds of humanitarian aid.
    C-40
    Russian forces captured 5 US HMMWVs.
    C-130
    TCG Giresun
    March 6, 2011 - Assisted in the rescue of the MV Gunanabara and its 24 crew members who were being held by pirates.
    USS Pinckney
    Captured and released a pirate skiff and 9 pirates.
    HMS Northumberland
    Intercepted 2 drug-smuggling skiffs.
    USNS Amerlia Earhart
    November 20, 2014 - Collided with the USNS Walter S. Diehl.

    LOW EARTH ORBIT

    USS Lake Erie
    February 20, 2008 - The USS Lake Erie destroyed a non-functioning US satellite with an Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) missile. Fire Controlman 2nd Class Andrew Jackson initiated the launch sequence. Capt. Randall M. Hendrickson is the commanding officer of the Lake Erie.
    USS Decatur
    Febrary 20, 2008 - Was part of the task force that destroyed a non-functioning US sattellite.
    USS Russell
    Febrary 20, 2008 - Was part of the task force that destroyed a non-functioning US sattellite.
    April 2008 - Members of the 169th Communications Flight at McEntire Joint National Guard Base collected imagery using Eagle Vision, a mobile commercial imagery direct downlink system, to use in damage assessment and reconstruction in Missouri and Arkansas.
    TacSat-3
    Spported humanitarian and military operations, including support for the Japanese tsunami relief and recovery efforts.

    LEBANON


    14,876 U.S. Civilians were evacuated.
    Delivered 7 medical kits, enough to treat 70,000 patients for 3 months.
    Delivered 1,000 tarps.
    Delivered 20,000 blankets.
    July 20, 2006 - Landed in Lebanon.
    CH-53/HH-53

    A USMC CH-53 Flew U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Lebanon. USAF MH-53 Pave Low helicopters escorted the USMC CH-53.
    USAF 352nd CH-53s participated in the evacuation of U.S. Citizens.
    2 x CH-53s evacuated 141 civilians.
    HH-53s Pave Hawks are participating in the evacuation.
    BU No: 161534
    MSgt Daniel Leick, USAF, Flight Engineer
    TSgt John Stott, USAF, aerial guner
    Orient Queen

    Evacuated 1,983 U.S. Nationals.
    USS Gonzalez (DDG 66)
    Provided Force protection
    Swift 2 (HSV 2)

    August 3, 2006 - delivered 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Lebanese citizens.
    Cmdr Rob Morrison, Commanding Officer.
    USS Iwo Jima

    Evacuated 37 civilians.
    USS Trenton

    Evacuated 1,612 U.S. Citizens to Turkey.
    C-17
    USS Whidbay Island
    July 22, 2006 - Transported 792 civilans.
    A1C Jarod Lambert
    Ground Forces
    Bgen Carl B. Jensed, Comander Task Force 59
    6,100 U.S. Service personnel participated in the evacuation, 5,900 are onboard ships.
    40 U.S. Marines are in Lebanon.
    80 Airmen supported the operation.
    Lebanese forces killed 50 terrorists in Lebanon.
    In 2007 the Lebanese army lost 76 soldiers while fighting terrorists.
    Bus
    A bus convoy took 341 U.S. civilians to Beirut.
    Busses will carry U.S. citizens from Mersin, Turkey to Incirlik Air Base.
    Rahmah
    Carried 2,333 U.S. citizens to Mersin, Turkey.
    Vittoria M

    Participated in delivering humanitarian aid to Lebanese citizens.
    USNS Big Horn
    Replenished the USS Iwo Jima
    USS Barry
    Provided force protection.
    USS Mount Whitney
    Landing Craft Utility (LCU)
    July 20, 2006 - LCUs from the USS Nashville landed in Beirut.
    CH-46
    3353 & 7654 from the USS Iwo Jima
    USS Nashville (LPD 13)

    Evacuated over 1,524 U.S. Civilians to Cyprus.
    USS Cole
    USS Trenton
    Gazelle
    In June 2007 a Lebanese Gazelle two missiles and machine guns at terrorist positions.

    HAITI


    Ground Forces

    US Marines killed five gunman and one driver who was driving quickly at a checkpoint.
    A US Marine was wounded.
    U.S. has 1,800 troops in Haiti.
    France has 760 troops in Haiti.
    Canada has 340 troops in Haiti.
    Chile has 330 troops in Haiti.
    C-5
    C-141
    A-29

    LIBERIA


    On July 7, 2003 Captain Roger Coldiron, USN, arrived with a team of 35 members to assess the security situation in Liberia. The team includes 15 Marines for security.
    On July 13, 2003 approximately 100 military personnel arrived in Sierra Leone and Senegal to support operations in Liberia.
    HH-60G

    Ground Forces

    As of August 14, 2003 approximately 100 US service members and 746 Nigerian troops were in Liberia. This includes US Navy SEALS who are searching the waters around Liberia's main seaport.
    On August 4, 2003 198 Nigerian troops arrived by helicopter into Liberia.
    On July 21, 2003 41 US Marines of a FAST team entered Liberia to reinforce the US Embassy.
    MC-130P

    USS Iwo Jima

    Deployed for two months off the Liberian coast.
    USS Carter Hall

    Deployed for two months off the Liberian coast.
    USS Nashville

    Deployed for two months off the Liberian coast.
    C-5A
    A C-5A transported 3 HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters and personnel from the 56th Rescue Squadron and 786th Security Squadron.

    OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM

    Afghanistan stats

    Economic growth: 2002 29%; 2003 16%; 2004 8%
    2,000 schools built or rehabilitated since 2001
    6 million children are in school including 2 million girls.
    Since 2001, the number of functioning health clinics has increased by 60%.
    3.5 million refuges have returned.
    62,000 former combatants have been disarmed.
    150 tons of opiates, over 45 tons of precursor chemicals seized.
    183 drugs labs destroyed
    700 drugs smugglers arrested (400 sentenced)
    There was a 21% decrease in opium production from 2004 to 2005
    There has been a 2.4% decrease in opium cultivation.
    Strike force October 7 - December 7, 2001
    USAF Bomber sorties
    358+
    AC-130, F-15E, & F-16 sorties
    227+
    USN/USMC Figher sorties
    2,331
    USN Tomahawks
    86+
    RN Tomahawks
    3
    As of October 23, 2001 USAF Bombers accounted for 80% of the tonnage dropped on Afghanistan.
    As of October 24, 2001 the USAF flew over 600 sorties.
    As of 1 November, 2001 the US flew 2,000 strike sorties against Afghanistan.
    November 28, 2001 USAF Tankers have flown over 2,500 mission.
    November 30, 2001 The USAF has dropped 10,000 tons of munitions. USAF aircraft flew 15% of the sorties and dropped 75% of the tonnage.
    As of December 4, 2001 11,000 bombs were dropped on Afghanistan, 60% were "smart" bombs.
    In the first 52 days the USAF flew 4,600 sorties, almost half of all Enduring Freedom.
    December 8, 2001 10 bomber, 15 USAF tactical jets, 70 carrier based aircraft.
    December 9, 2001 75 strike sorties.
    December 11, 2001 85 strike sorties.
    As of December 14, 2001 USAF bombers dropped over 4,700 tons of bombs, 70% of the total.
    As of December 18, 2001 USAF aircraft flew 6,800 sorties, 46% of the total.
    As of December 31, 2001 USAF aircraft dropped over 6,100 tons of bombs, 72% of the total.
    In the first 123 days the USAF flew 13,800 sorties, 49% of the total.
    From June 2017 - March 2018 airstrikes killed over 800 al-Shabab terrorists.
    Known Damage:
    497 Misc. vehicles 1 Transmission Tower 246 Misc. Buildings
    18 Motorcycles 1 Control Tower 53 AFVs
    3 Command Posts 94 Bunkers & caves 34 Barracks
    51 Tanks 18 Trucks 1 Radar Installation
    19 Compounds 1 SAM Site 4 SAM canisters
    6 Caves 38 Aircraft (Ground) {28 Fighters {5 MiG-21s}, 6 Transports, 2 Helicopters} 35 Misc. Military vehicles
    7 Warehouses 2 Hangers 1 Chevrolet Surburban
    6 Mortar 1 Hydro power plant 2 Communication Stations
    6 Rocket Launchers 1 Factory 1 SAM Storage Facility (SA-3)
    2 Command post 4 SAM missiles (1 SA-3) 4 Fuel Trucks
    31 boats 3 Fuel tanks 1 ZSU
    1 Aquaduct
    1 Mobil SAM (SA-13)

    The Afghan Telephone Exchange
    18 Munitions and fuel dumps (5 Fuel Dumps, 11 Ammunition)
    9 Terrorist Training Camps

    U.S. and Pakistani Air Forces Bombing killed over 8,381 terrorists and allies including:
    Z
    Miqdad al-Sana’ani & abib al-Sana’ani Z Jamal al-Badawi
    Z Abu Sayed
    Z Qari Yasin
    Z Waliur Rehman
    Z Maulvi Nazir
    Z Saeed al-Shihri
    Z Badruddin Haggani.
    Z Sakhr al-Taifi
    Z Anwar al-Aulaqi
    Z Salem bin Arfaaj
    Z Mullah Mohibullah.
    Z Harun Fazul.
    Z Hakimullah Mehsud.
    Z Hussein al-Yemeni, in Pakistan, March 2010.
    Z Ahmed Hijazi of Lackawanna, American traitor in Yemen, November 2002.
    Z Mohammed Atef along with 50 others.
    Z Abu Laith al-Libi along with 11 others.
    Z Abu Khabab al-Masri along with 5 others.
    Z Abdul Rehman aka Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atway.
    Z Mahammed Salah † Tariq Anwar al-Sayyid Ahmad † Ali Mahmoud † Qaari Ahmeddullaah † Mullah Adbul Salam Rocketi † Mahfouz Duld Walid †
    Z Qaed Senyan al-Harthi aka Abu Ali Z Saleh Abu Hamam † Al-Qia'gaa
    Abu Jirah † Mounit †Jalal aka Ahmed Hijazi (American)
    Z Qari Faizullah Z Qari Ali Mohammed ZCommander Farooq.
    Z 1 Kuwaiti, his son Khudaita was wounded by US bombing and captured by Alliance forces.
    Z The wife and three daughters of Ayman al-Zawahiri.
    Z Abu Baseer al-Masri died on October 12, 2001. Initial claims were he died from US bombing however the Taliban later claimed he was killed while playing with a hand grenade.
    ZAbdul Rahman
    "Arab" troops killed 150 Taliban troops who were trying to surrender.
    Z Hady Abdel Rahman Anzy (Kuwaiti)
    Z Maahmoud Khraisat & Mahmoudd Nahsour (Jordanian)
    Z Mullah Wazir
    Z B?nyamin E and 2 others.
    ZUmar Khalifa
    ZMujahid al-Adani and 5 other al-Qaida terrorists in Yemen.
    5 British Muslims died in the fighting.
    Northern Alliance forces killed 22 "Arab" troops in Kabul.
    13 "Arab" killed themselves to avoid capture.
    20 Taliban killed by their own IEDs.
    Z Juma Naamangani at Mazar-e-Sharif
    Z 230 died in the Mazar-e-Sharif uprising
    Z Over 19 "Arab" troops.
    Z 45 Saudi al-Qaeda troops.
    Z Over 200 Taliban troops in Kunduz and Kandahar.
    Z US Marines killed 7 enemy troops.
    Z Over 223 al-Qaeda troops died in Tora Bora, some of them may have been from US bombing.
    Z Pakistani security forces killed 12 al-Qaeda troops.
    Z Abu Bakhad (Sudan) killed himself to prevent capture. Sameer Mohammed Ahmed al-Hada killed himself in Yemen to prevent capture.
    Z Fazal Haq Mujahid, Soznoor (Commander), and Mahmood (Eengineer).
    Z Emad Abdelwahid Ahmed Alwan aka Abu Mohamed (killed September 2002, by Algerian forces.
    Macedonian forces killed Omar Farooq, Bilal Husain, Mohammad Arif, Khalid Iqbal, Ajaz Ahmed, & Muhammad Riaz on March 2, 2002.
    Z Inayatullah, Dilawar & Mullah Habibullah died in captivity.
    Z Habib al-Sana’ani 500 al-Qaeda troops died in Operation Anaconda. A fire fight near Khost AB killed 10 al-Qaeda.
    Pakistani authorities killed Abul Hasmat, Kashif, Talha, Manzoor, Ashan Muewia, six Chechen and 12 other terrorists. Three others killed themselves to avoid capture.
    Ground troops killed two al-Qaeda and wounded (possibly killed) two others on April 29, 2002.
    US Special forces killed 60 enemy troops, including Abdur Rehman.
    US forces killed 24 enemy troops.
    Afghan troops and police killed 13 terrorists on August 6, 2002. They had recently escaped from prison.
    US Marines killed Anas al-Kandari & Jassen al-Hajiri in Kuwait.
    On December 9, 2001 a direct hit from aircraft or artillery killed Osama al-Kadari.
    On December 20, 2002 five terrorists accidentally blew themselves and their bomb factory up. Nadim Abbas was one of the dead.
    On January 27 & 28, 2003 US and Afghan forces killed 22 enemy soldiers.
    Philipine troops killed 129 terrorists.
    Captured

    301 Suicide belts 25 tubes of plastic explosives. 20 Tube Launcher 6 Artillery Pieces (1x57mm, 1x76mm)
    2,943 Mortars (2 home made in Japan) 7,151 RPG Launchers 8,437 land mines 1 RPK
    432 SAMs (30 SA-13, 303 SAM-7/HN-5s, 62 Blowpipes, 29 Stingers) 50 Tanks (5 x T-54s) 16 Vehicles (Includes 3 explosive packed SUVs in Saudi Arabia) 2 Motorcycles
    2,731 Rocket Launchers 40 AFVs 95,265 Mortar rounds 59 IEDs
    6,304,280 machine gun rounds 4,048 RPG rounds 52,007 Rocket rounds 2,116 Air-to-Air Missiles
    4,872 Artillery rounds 5,840 Grenades 681 AAA Guns 1 Shot Gun
    389 Machine guns 4,739 Recoilless Rifles 3,001,160 rounds of Ammunition  
    5,110 rifles 74 Handguns 3,635 Recoilless Rifle rounds
    2,193 detinators 350 anti-tank weapons 8 vehicles
    176 RPG boosters 1 Grenade Launcher 1 AFV
    2 radio 7 Satellite Phone 1 Tape Recorder
    3 Helicopters (by Pakistan)
    1 Stun Gun
    1 Canister CS gas
    1 Imitation gun
    Baltic Sky with 680 tonnes of explosives and 8,000 detonators.
    7,400 feet of detinator cord
    355 High Explosive Charges
    99 Missiles
    54 x 107mm rocket fuses
    12 Time Devices
    16 Drums Hydrogen-Oxide
    31 Tons exlosive chemicals
    $10,000
    420 500# bombs
    27 Missile fuses
    11 bombs
    5 Suitcases of explosives
    7 Cell Phone
    8,945 al-Qaeda and allied suspects (does not include those captured in Iraq) including:
    Khalid Shaikh Mohammed
    Sheikh Ahmed Salin Swedan by Kenyan authorities.
    Haroon al-Afghani
    Majid Khan
    Abdul Malik Latif Mehsud
    Suleiman Abu Ghaith, Osama Bin Lasen's son-in-law.
    Mohammad Ashan, who turned himself in for the $100 reward.
    60 Chechen al-Qaeda captured in Operation Anaconda.
    4 other al-Qaeda captured in Operation Anaconda.
    Afghan Authorities arrested 380 Taliban & al-Qaedas.
    640 in Saudi Arabian custody including 1 Iraqi, and Abu Huzifa a Sudanese who was arrested by Sudanese authorities for trying to shoot down a US military aircraft with a SAM in Saudi Arabia.
    40 in U.S. custody at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Over 12 of the 287 detainees released from Guantanamo, Cuba have returned to terrorist activities. This includes Said Ali al-Shihri who claimed credit for the attempt to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on Christmas Day 2009. Three detainees committed suicide.
    Link to detainee list.
    225 in Iranian custody.
    195 in Yemeni custody.
    Sudanese authorities captured Anas Al-Liby.
    The US handed over 90 prisoners to Pakistan for disposition.
    Singapore, acting on intelligence gained from inside Afghanistan, arrested 15 suspected terrorists, including Muhammed Khalim biin Jaffar. They later released two.
    Philippine Police, acting on intelligence gained from those arrested in Singapore arrested five suspects including Fathur Rohman al-Ghozi (Who escaped on July 14, 2003). Their targets were apparently US Naval forces in Singapore.
    Turkish Police acting on US Intelligence arrested Ahmed Mahmud, Mustafa Hasan, and Firas Sulieman. Turkish police said their target was Israel.
    Yemeni police arrested Samir Yahya Awadh after he apparently threw two grenades at the US Embassy.
    India arrested Afroz Muhammed.
    Morocco arrested 6 suspects, including Abu "The Bear" Zubairal-Haili, Zuher Al Tbaiti, Hilal Alissiri, & Abdullah Al Ghamdi.
    Syria has Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a German, and another terrorist in custody.
    Pakistani forces arrested over 1,080 terrorist suspects and handed 700 over to US authorities. Those arrested include; Benjamin Ahmed Mohammed and Muhammad Yahya, Mohammeed Ashraf, Hamid Ullah, Maulawi Noor Mohammad Saqib (Taliban Chief Justice), Mullah Siddiqullah, Maulvi Addul Rehman Zahid (Taliban Deputy Foreign Minister), Mullah Khairullah Khairkhawah, Abdul Rehman, & Yaqoob Farooqi. Pakistan arrested 98 al-Qaeda in April, 2002.
    The United Kingdom has arrested 600 suspects, charged about 100, convicted 15.
    Saudi Arabia has detained over 500 suspects.
    Indonesia has detained over 200 suspects.
    Malasia has detained 80 terrorist suspects.
    Italy arrested 50 suspects
    Spain arrested 45 suspects
    Philippine forces captured 21 terrorists.
    Kuwait arrested 17 suspects.
    Lebanon arrested 12 suspects, one, Ismail Mohammed al-Khatib the top al-Qaeda operative in Lebanon, died in custody.
    Italian police, with the aid of US Naval intelligence, arrested 15 suspects. (All Pakistanis)

    4 Surrendered under Saudi Arabian amnesty program - including; Khaled al-Harbi † Saaban bin Mohammad bin Adbullah al-Laylahi al-Shihri

    USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
    USS McFaul (DDG 74)

    Crew members from the USS McFaul boarded a dhow in the Gulf of Oman on April 1, 2004.
    The McFaul launched cruise missiles on 8 October, 2001.
    VC-10

    December 18, 2011 - February 11, 2012 - VC-10s delivered tonnes of fuel.
    October 2011 - VC-10s delivered 500 tonnes of fuel. Among the aircraft they refuelled were two US Navy F/A-18s.
    RAF started flying tanker missions on October 9, 2001. Among the aircraft they refuelled were F/A-18s from the US Carl Vinson.
    USS John Paul Jones
    The John Paul Jones launched cruise missiles on 8 October, 2001.
    E-2C

    Hawkeyes provided airborne warning and survelliance. They directed Pakistani troops to the 3 intruding Taliban helicopters that the Pakistanis captured.
    VAW-121 flew missions from the USS John F. Kennedy.
    One E-2C had the tail number 5293.
    March 31, 2010 - an E-2C crashed into the Arabian Gulf killing at least one crew member.
    USS Philippine Sea CG-58

    December 22, 2003 - Captured two dhows and found 150# methamphetamines & 85# heroin. The boarding party apprehended 21 people.
    The USS Philippine Sea launched four Tomahawk cruise missiles against Afghanistan on 7 October, 2001.
    Nimrod R1

    Tristar
    RAF Tristars started flying support missions on October 9, 2001.
    EA-6B Prowler

    August 2007 - Navy EA-6B Prowlers provided shows of force.
    Prowlers are doing electronic jamming. On of the units is Attack Squadron 135, "Blackravens" from the USS Vinson. One of the aircraft involved has the tail number 151242. It is of VAQ-137, assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt
    A Prowler from VAQ-138 flew a combat mission from the USS John C. Stennis on January 14, 2002.
    AV-8 Harrier II/GR-7/GR-9A

    Canberra PR9

    RAF Canberras started flying Recce missions on October 9, 2001.
    The Canberras are also supporting the humanitarian mission by locating refugee concentrations.
    One Canberra completed 39 missions.
    B-52H Stratofortress

    One B-52 pilot has the call sign "Woodstock", another had the call sign, "Zeus". A B-52 radar officer had the call sign "Dog". A Navigator, who was an "Allied Force" veteran, had the call sign, "Slim".
    S-3 Viking

    Vikings have been flying refueling missions.
    Bu No 0600
    A Viking crash landed on the USS Theodore Roosevelt on January 9, 2002.
    P-3C Orion/EP-3 ARIES II

    June 2017 - A U.S. Navy P-3 supported Philippine operations in Marawi City.
    August 15, 2012 - A P-3 Orion relayed a distress call from an Iranian dhow. Two of the crew members required medical assistance.
    June 2007 - US & Australian Navy P-3s flew missions to assess Cyclone Gonu impact.
    February 3, 2006 - A P-3 of VP-47 assisted in rescue and recovery operations of the Al Salaam Boccaccio. It was a 15 hour mission.
    EP-3s are flying reconnaissance missions against possible terrorists threats to the 2004 Olympics.
    January 1, 2003 - An Australian P-3 located and tracked a suspicious dhow. The dhow was boarded and 15 suspects were apprehended. Boarders founr 2,800 pounds of hashish.
    P-3s assisted in rescuing 17 sailors and fishermen
    Orions of Patrol Squadron 9 are flying patrol sorties.
    There were EP-3 patrols over Tora Bora on 19 December, 2001
    A US Navy P-3 transported an injured Chinese merchant sailor to Singapore on December 21, 2001.
    There have been P-3 and EP-3 missions off Somalia and Yemen coasts.
    A P-3 was involved in searching the crash scene where a US Army Chinook crashed on 21 February, 2002.
    A P-3 medevaced a civilian contractor.
    P-3s tracked the So San
    Air Force firefighters in Afghanistan used a P-3 as a mock simulator for an emergency exercise.
    P-3s are flying Recce missions over Sulu Archipelago.
    CH-53 Sea Stallion/MH-53J/M Pave Low III/MH-53E Sea Dragon

    September 2006 - MH-53s from the USS Saipan conducted minsweeping operations.
    Two USMC, CH-53s came to the aid of the U.S. registered yacht Jenny Gordan and airlifted the master.
    A USAF, MH-53M Pave Low served in Djibouti.
    A MH-53 Pave Low helicopters medevaced the casualties from a 'friendly fire' incident to Camp Rhino.
    On October 23 two USMC Sea Stallions came under fire inside Pakistan. They were refueling during a mission to recover a crashed Blackhawk. The Marines with the Sea Stallion returned fire and the Marines aborted the mission. The next day two USMC Sea Stallions returned and recovered the blackhawk.
    On November 26, 2001 USMC Sea Stallions flew Marines into Afghanistan.
    On November 28, 2001 a CH-53E delivered mail to the USS Carl Vinson.
    On December 5, 2001 USMC CH-53s medevaced US and Afghan soldiers wounded by a US bomb to Camp Rhino.
    On January 5, 2002 a USMC CH-53 transported Marines on an undisclosed mission.
    On January 29, 2002 an MH-53E delivered supplies to the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    On March 11, 2002 Sea Stallions carried soldiers from the front lines to the base.
    January 2003, MH-53s are in Djibouti.
    An MH-53E of HM-14 has the number 542.
    % A Pave Low crew of the 20th Special Operations Squadron won the Mackay Trophy for rescuing the crew of another Pave Low helicopter on November 20, 2001.
    CH-53G - 162495 - Served in Djibouti
    August 22, 2012 - An MH-53E Sea Dragon made a hard landing in Bahrain.
    December 29, 2001 -A Sea Stallion had a hard landing that damaged its nose gear.
    A USAF CH-53 crashed in the Gulf of Aden on February 17, 2006, the crash killed 8 Marines and two airmen. There were two survivors
    A USAF MH-53 crashed on November 2, 2001 while attempting to medevac a sick commando.
    A USMC CH-53E crashed on January 20, 2002 killing two crew members. Two F/A-18s later destroyed the CH-53E.
    A German CH-53 crashed on December 21, 2002 and killed all seven German soldiers on board and two children on the ground.
    An USAF MH-53 crashed on November 23, 2003 and killed five and injured seven.
    USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)

    A woman pilot, Lt. J.G. Sara "Goalie", flew strike missions off the USS Theodore Roosevelt
    CH-46 Sea Knight

    The Sea Knights have been carrying out Vertical Replenishment missions.
    The units include; HC-11, HC-8, and HC-6.
    A CH-46E, number 2567, transfered cargo from the USS John F. Kennedy to the USS George Washington on July 19, 2002.
    A Ch-46D, number 151918 is aboard the USS Mount Whitney.
    CH-46Es transported US Marines from Kandahar to an unknown location on 1 January, 2002.
    CH-46s of HC-8 transported supplies from the USS Theodore Roosevelt to the USS John F. Kennedy.
    CH-46Es from the USS Seattle replenished the USS Hue City.
    Serial Number 150951, transfered ordinance from USS Sacramento to USS John C. Stennis.
    BU No: 7721
    USS Sacramento (AOE 1)

    On October 12, 2001 the USS Sacramento resupplied the USS Carl Vinson.
    On November 11, 2001 the USS Sacramento replenished (UNREP) the USS Curtis Wilbur.
    On November 24, 2001 the USS Sacramento replenished the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    On March 10, 2003 the USS Sacramento replenished the USS Carl Vinson.
    March 2004, transferred 900 pallets to the USS John C. Stennis
    USNS Niagra Falls

    On October 12 & 26, 2001 the USS Niagra Falls resupplied the USNS Carl Vinson.
    C-5 Galaxy

    A C-5A transported an SH-60B of HSL-43 from NAS North Island, San Diego.
    A C-5 flew soldiers of the 1st Bttn, 505 Parachute Inf. Reg. from the US to Germany.
    As of March 7, 2002 C-5s flew 950 missions supporting Enduring Freedom. They ferried 46,000 tons of cargo and 18,000 passengers. That was over have the tonnage lifted to support Operation Enduring Freedom.
    C-5s of the 86th Contingency Response Group supported the humanitarian part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
    A C-5 flew SFC Chapman's body to Ramstein AB, Germany.
    A C-5 brought equipment and supplies to Manas IAP, Bishkck, Kyrgyzstan.
    A C-5 flew the remains of six of the Marines killed in the KC-130 crash to Dover AFB, DE.
    A C-5 transported equipment into Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on January 14, 2002.
    A Galaxy of the 22nd Airlift Squadron transported a US Navy Small Water Area Twin Hull Boat. SSgt Tracey Heller and SrA Michael Turner were loadmasters on that flight.
    A C-5 transported the bodies of seven soldiers killed in Operation Anaconda from Germany to the US.
    On March 7, 2003 a C-5A airlifted a CH-47.
    C-5As flew almost 25% of the Southwest Asia airlift missions.
    Serial Number: 70027
    USS O'Brien

    The USS O'Brien took part in the first strikes in operation Enduring Freedom.
    C-2A Greyhound

    C-2A have been delivering mail. One delivery was on January 21, 2001 when it took mail from the USS Stennis to the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    A C-2A landed on the Charles de Gaulle on February 16, 2002.
    USS Kitty Hawk (CV63)

    US Army Rangers took off from the USS Kitty Hawk and carried out a commando raid against Afghanistan on October 19, 2001.
    Fighters from the USS Kitty Hawk flew strike missions.
    Deployed for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USS Peleliu (LHA-5)

    The USS Peleliu was awarded a Battle "E" for 2012.
    January 1, 2003 - Was involved in the capture of a dhow and the capture of 15 suspects and 2,800 pounds of hashish.
    Sea Stallions from the Peleliu supported operation Enduring Freedom
    Harriers from the USS Peleliu flew combat missions.
    November 26, 2001 - Marines from the USS Peleliu landed in Afghanistan.
    8 Alliance troops wounded in a friendly fire incident got medevaced to the USS Peleliu.
    John Philip Walker Lindh, David Hicks, and six other Talibans were held on board the USS Peleliu until they were transfered the the USS Bataan.
    RQ-4A Global Hawk

    January 2006 - The First production Global Hawk deployed.
    August 18, 2004 - Global Hawk aircraft flew survellance.
    Global Hawks joined the conflict on November 6, 2001. It was the first time a Global Hawk was used in combat.
    August 20, 2011 - An EQ-4B crashed from unknown causes.
    A pilotless plane crashed on October 17, 2002.
    A Global Hawk, Serial Number 98-2004, crashed on July 10, 2002.
    A Global Hawk, Serial Number 98-2005, crashed on December 30, 2001.
    USS Bataan (LHD 5)

    Marines from the USS Bataan set up a "beachead" in Afghanistan. The Marines belonged to the 3rd Btn, 6th Marines.
    10 Alliance troops wounded by a US air strike were evacuated to the USS Bataan.
    The eight prisoners held on the USS Peleliu were transfered to the USS Bataan on December 31, 2001.
    Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef became the ninth prisoner on board the USS Bataan. One prisoner was later sent back to Afghanistan for further interrogation. All except John Philip Walker Lindh were transferred back to Afghanistan on the night of January 9, 2002. Walker was flown back to Afghanistan on January 22, 2002.
    Major Bernard F. Fisher
    The USAF Motor Vessel Major Bernard F. Fisher downloaded 9.5 Million pounds of munitions.
    AH-1W Super Cobras/Cobra

    April 12, 2006 - A Pakistani Cobra killed Abdul Rehman aka Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah and six other terrorists.
    October 2004 - A Pakistani Cobra attacked an enemy position.
    August 2, 2004 - 4 USMC Cobras supported ground forces in an engagement against 50 of the enemy.
    Pakistani forces used Cobra gunships in Operation Kaloosha II
    USMC Cobra killed an enemy fighter During Operation Anaconda.
    USMC Cobra gunships and F-14s attacked a convoy of 15 AFVs. The Cobras destroyed two of the AFVs.
    USMC AH-1Ws escorted CH-53s as they medevaced US and Afghan troops to Camp Rhino on 5 December, 2001.
    USMC Super Cobras escorted Marine reconnaissance convoys.
    Two USMC Super Cobras responded to gunfire when the first C-17 carrying al-Qaeda prisoners took off.
    Five USMC Super Cobras flew combat missions in Operation Anaconda. One unit involved is HMLA-169 from the USS Bonhomme Richard.
    On March 13, 2002 Super Cobras struck entrances to caves.
    USS Leyte Gulf (CG 65)

    USS Detroit (AOE 4)

    The USS Detroit replenished the USS Theodore Roosevelt at sea on November 14, 2001.
    The USS Detroit replenished the USS Kitty Hawk at sea on December 16, 2001.
    Helicopters from the USS Detroit transported supplies from the USS Theodore Roosevelt to the USS John F. Kennedy.
    USS Curtis Wilbur
    The USS Wilbur operated in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
    UH-1N Iroquois

    August 2, 2004 - Supported ground forces in an engagement with enemy forces.
    A Huey medevaced some wounded in the Philippines on June 27, 2002.
    Huey helicopters supported the Marine landings in Afghanistan.
    A Huey medevaced two injured Marines from Kandahar Airport to Camp Rhino on 16 December, 2001.
    A Philippine Air Force Huey flew some US soldiers to Isabellla on Basilan, Philippine Islands.
    The US gave 10 Hueys to Georgia to help them fight against terrorists.
    A UH-1N crashed and injured two of its crew. It was operating from Camp Rhino.
    C-141B Starlifter

    A Starlifter flew at least one of the bodies of a crew member killed in a C-130 crash to Ramstein AB, Germany on June 17, 2002.
    A Starlifter flew 14 Green Berets, wounded in a "friendly fire" incident to Ramstein AB, Germany.
    Starlifters of the 445th Air Wing flew 254 prisoners into Guantanamo, Cuba.
    On June 18, 2002 a C-141 flew 28 prisoners to Guantanamo.
    Starlifters flew some of the wounded and dead sailors back to the US.
    USS Vella Gulf

    On November 24, 2001 the Vella Gulf assisted the USS Sacramento in replenishing the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    Landing Craft Air Cushion

    Transported US Marines from the USS Bataan.
    Transported heavy equipment from the USS Bataan.
    USS Antietam (CG 54)

    The USS Antietam came to the rescue of a merchant vessel off the coast of Pakistan.
    On one day visited 37 dhows in one day.
    Commanding Officer E. J. Quinn
    USS Shreveport (LPD 12)

    SEALs and Marines from the USS Shreveport searched the Kota Sejarah for terrorists and contraband.
    The USS Shreveport was deployed for seven months supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
    USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74)

    C-160

    A Luftwaffe C-160 flew humanitarian supplies to Incirlik, Turkey in support of Enduring Freedom.
    A French Air Force C-160 medevaced some of the wounded to Djibouti.
    FS Charles de Gaulle (R91)

    Aircraft from the FS Charles de Gaulie flew missions over Afghanistan in December 2010.
    Aircraft from the FS Charles de Gaulle flew Operation Enduring Freedom missions from May 5 - May 25, 2006. They accounted for 7% of the missions flown.
    A Lynx helicopter from the FS Charles de Gaulle transported an injured mariner from the Hyundai Fortune. The Charles de Gaulle assisted in the rescue of 27 sailors from the stricken Panamanian container ship.
    Aircraft from the de Gaulle started flying missions on December 19, 2001.
    The Charles de Gaulle served seven months in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
    AH-64 Apache/Longbow

    British Army Apache helicopters have flown over 50,000 combat hours in Afghanistan.
    June 11, 2011 - Two AH-64Ds supported the rescue of a French Gazelle crew. One Gazelle crew member died, the other survived.
    February 2011 - British Army Apaches attacked Taliban troops who had attacked British troops.
    Apaches of No. 656 Squadron AAC escorted C-130s & Chinook helicopters. No. 656 Squadron was deployed for three months in support of Operation Herrick. It was the first Apache deployment for the British Army.
    December 28, 2009 - Two UK Apache helicopters were part of a task force that extracted two British troops.
    June 1, 2009 - A UK Apache strike killed Mullah Mansur.
    April 10, 2009 - Participated in an assault on Taliban positions in the village of Khowshhal Kalay.
    March 28, 2009 - Apaches covered coalition forces who were withdrawing from an engagement.
    January 16, 2007 - Royal Marines attempted a rescue by strapping themselves to Apache helicopters.
    January 11, 2007 - UK AH-64s supported an assault on a Taliban headquarters. Two buildings were destroyed in the operation.
    January 10, 2007 - UK AH-64s supported UK and Estonian troops in a firefight that lasted five hours.
    June 2006 - AH-64s assisted in killing two enemy troops.
    April 17, 2006 - An AH-64 destroyed two rockets rigged with timers.
    April 15, 2006 - AH-64s supported an Afghan Ground operation.
    September 6, 2005 - An AH-64 helped capture a terrorist suspect.
    June 22, 2005 - AH-64s supported ground troops.
    An AH-64 spotted 20 Talibans. A ground engagement killed four fighters and wounded another.
    October 31, 2003 - Apaches supported ground forces during a firefight.
    July 21, 2003 - Apache helicopters killed 17 of the enemy.
    On the night of May 9/10, 2003 two Apaches and two A-10s destroyed a compound and killed one of the enemy.
    On April 25, 2003 two Apaches were sortied to provide Close Air Support. They were unable to find targets.
    On March 29, 2003 two Apaches fired on Talbian holdouts after the holdouts opened fire on the Apaches.
    On March 23, 2003 Apaches supported Special Forces nead Gardez.
    Supported Operation Valiant Strike.
    In August 2002 Apaches escorted CH-47s as they transported members of the 82nd Airborne Division.
    On March 13, 2002 Apaches struck entrances to caves.
    An Apache destroyed an enemy bunker during Operation Anaconda.
    Apache's escorted Chinooks during a Canadian operation.
    Apache's supported Australian troops during Operation Condor
    Apache helicopters supported a ground operation on July 27, 2002 that resulted in five people being detained.
    On July 27, 2003 US forces sent an AH-64 to investigate an area for enemy forces. When enemy forces opened fire on the Apache that led to a battle that resulted in 17 enemy forces being killed and 10 captured.
    August 13, 2007 - Two AH-64s made hard landings in a storm.
    November 20, 2019 - An AH-64 crashed and killed Chief Warrant Officer 2 David C. Knadle and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kirk T. Fuchigami Jr.
    December 30, 2011 - An AH-64 crashed, both crew members survived.
    April 23, 2011 - An AH-64 was shot down and a crew member killed.
    May 22, 2009 - An AH-64 crashed and killed one crew member. Initial reports indicate it was a possible mechanical failure.
    July 2, 2006 - An AH-64 crash killed one crew member and injured the other.
    An AH-64 crashed on June 28, 2004. The crew received minor injuries.
    An AH-64 crashed on June 3, 2003.
    An Apache crashed on August 14, 2002. Both crew members received minor injuries.
    Enemy forces damaged seven Apache helicopters in the battle of Gordez. Enemy fire damaged four so badly they withdrew from the fight.
    An Apache made a hard landing on April 10, 2002. Both crew members injured.
    Rear Admiral Xavier Magne
    USNS Saturn (T-AFS-10)

    The USNS Saturn replenished the USS Kitty Hawk at sea on December 16, 2001.
    The USNS Saturn replenished the USS Stennis on February 9, 2002.
    The USNS Saturn replenished the USS Stennis on February 15, 2002.
    USS Russell
    The USS Russell rescured the four crewmembers of a B-1B that crashed in the Indian Ocean on 12 December, 2001.
    H-3H/SH-3

    An SH-3 dropped off Passengers, Parts, and Parcels on the USS Carney
    Canadian Navy H-3Hs are inspecting shipping in the Arabian sea for al-Qaeda members.
    USS Port Royal (CG 73)

    May 26, 2006 - CPO Doreen Lehner & PO3 Heather Watts treated an Iraqi Southern Oil worker who suffered from smoke inhallation.
    January 1, 2004 - The USS Port Royal supported the capture of a dhow. Fifteen suspects were apprehended and 2,800 pounds of hashish was found.
    The USS Port Royal supported Operation Enduring Freedom. It served as plane guard for the USS Stennis on February 23, 2002.
    ITS Garibaldi
    Harriers from the Garibaldi started flying missions on December 16, 2001.
    USNS Concord (T-AFS 5)

    The USNS Concord rescued Mohammed Rajab Hussein who took ill while on the ferry Jebel Ali-3.
    The USNS Concord rescued 27 sailors from the Green Glory on June 24, 2003.
    The USNS Concord replenished the USS Port Royal at sea on December 22, 2001.
    The USNS Concord replenished the USS Stennis at sea on January 7, 2002.
    SA-330 Puma

    A Puma serial number K9503A vertically replenished the USS George Washington on October 26, 2002.
    A Geo-Seis Puma vertically replenished the USS George Washington on July 29, 2002.
    A French Puma landed on the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
    Pumas from the USNS Spica carried out vertical replenishments.
    October 11, 2015 - An RAF Puma helicopter crashed and killed both crew members.
    USS Vincennes
    The USS Vincennes supported Operation Enduring Freedom as part of the USS Kitty Hawk battle group.
    JDS Hamana
    The Japanese oiler JDS Hamana refueled the USS Antietam.
    USS O'Kane
    The USS O'Kane supported Operation Enduring Freedom. La Motte-Piquet
    The Frence Frigate is part of the French flotilla of six ships send to support Operation Enduring Freedom.
    USS Lake Champlain (CG-57)
    May 23, 2009 - Rescued 52 mariners who were adrift in a skif for seven days.
    Replenished the USS Greenville on January 13, 2002.
    Crew members of the USS Lake Champlain boarded the Marwan Roy on January 15, 2002.
    Hr. Ms. Phillips Van Almonde
    The Royal Netherlands Navy Frigate F-823 stood plane guard on January 16, 2002.
    Atlantique 2
    French Atlantiques are flying recce missions over Somalia.
    An Atlantique came to the aid of the U.S. registered yacht Jenny Gordan in the Persian Gulf.
    French Atlantiques are flying recce missions over Somalia.
    HMMWV

    Supported Operation Valiant Strike
    December 17, 2002 - four Humvees guarded the site of a grenade attack on US troops.
    On October 9, 2002 someone in Kuwait brandished a gun at US troops in a Humvee. The troops fired a warning shot.
    September 6, 2006 - An RPG attack damaged an HMMWV.
    January 28, 2016 - An armored HMMWV rolled over in an acciend and killed a soldier.
    December 7, 2008 - Taliban forces in Pakistan destroyed 160 NATO vehicles including a large number of HMMWVs. A Pakistani security guard was killed in the attack.
    August 3, 2008 - An IED damaged an HMMWV wounding a marine and a civilian reporter.
    October 23, 2007 - An HMMWV rollover killed a soldier.
    September 11, 2006 - An up-armored HMMWV rollover killed 1 soldier and wounded another.
    September 8, 2006 - A VBIED (Toyota Corolla), crashed into an HMMWV and killed 2 soldiers. 14 others were killed in the attack. An attack on another HMMWV killed another soldier.
    August 8, 2006 - An IED attack destroyed an up-armored HMMWV. The five soldiers in the HMMWV received only minor injuries.
    June 24, 2006 - An RPG and small arms attack on an HMMWV killed one soldier.
    June 6, 2006 - An HMMWV struck two land mines and killed two soldiers..
    April 1, 2006 - A HMMWV was involved in a traffic accident. A soldier in the HMMWV died.
    March 25, 2006 - A small arms attack on an HMMWV killed one soldier.
    February 13, 2006 - An IED atack against an up-armored HMMWV killed four soldiers..
    December 28, 2005 - An IED attack on and HMMWV killed a soldier.
    December 28, 2005 - An HMMWV rolled over and killed a soldier.
    August 21, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed four soldiers.
    August 18, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed two soldiers.
    August 9, 2005 - An IED attack on an HMMWV killed a soldier.
    June 25, 2005 - A HMMWV slid down an embankment on the Pech River as the road gave way. One soldier is missing.
    May 21, 2005 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed one soldier and wounded another.
    August 9, 2004 - An IED attack on a HMMWV killed two soldiers and an Afghan interpreter.
    August 6, 2004 - An IED attack on a Humvee slightly injured three service members.
    August 6, 2004 - An RPG attack on a Humvee wounded five U.S. service members, two seriously.
    January 5, 2003 - Land mines disabled an up-armored Humvee.
    November 23, 2003 - A land mine damaged a HUMVEE and wounded two US soldiers.
    An attack heavily damaged an Avenger. Jeremy Little, a journalist, was mortally wounded in the attack.
    A Humvee crashed and injured three members of the Delta Company, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division.
    May 29, 2004 - A Humvee struck a mine and killed four U.S. Soldiers.
    June 7, 2004 - An IED attack on a Humvee killed one U.S. soldier and wounded two others.
    July 29, 2004 - An ambush wounded two soldiers in an armored Humvee.
    U-2

    Completed 155 consecutive taskings without a single cancellation due to mechanical failure.
    U-2 aircraft flew reconnaissance missions.
    U-2 aircraft supported Pakistani forces during Operation Vengance, March 2004.
    U-2s began flew reconnaissance missions over Afghanistan before the start of the bombing campaign.
    Serial Number: - 068-0337, 068-0329
    June 22, 2005 - A U-2 of the 380th Air Wing crashed and killed its pilot.
    USS Greenville
    The USS Greenville was deployed six months to support the War on Terrorism.
    The USS Greenville collided with the USS Ogden.
    USS Ogden

    May 26, 2006 - Treated an Iranian Standard Oil Company worker who was suffering from smoke inhallation.
    &&Leading Seaman Stephen 'Spud' Murphy received a commendation by the Commander-in-Chief Fleet and an award from the Iraqi Navy for rescuing two Iraqi Marines and a civilian after the KAAOT oil platform explosion in August 2006.
    The USS Ogden collided with the USS Greenville.
    USS Elliot
    Crew members of the USS Elliot boarded the El Obeid on January 15, 2002.
    SS Major Stephen W. Pless
    Delivered a Navy Fleet Hospital to Cuba.
    USS La Salle
    Sailors from the USS LaSalle carried out a Maritime Interdiction Operation on the Hajji Rahmeh, Jannuary 27, 2002
    MH-6
    An MH-6 supported a Delta Force raid on 24 January, 2002. Delta Force troops killed 20-30 Talibans and captured 27.
    USNS Spica (T-AFS 9)
    Replenished the USS Kennedy while it's enroute to take part in Operation Enduring Freedom
    Replenished the USS Stennis at sea on March 27, 2002.
    Replenished the USS Truman at sea on December 18, 2002.
    USNS Flint
    The USNS Flint supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    HMS Illustrious
    Aided mariners in a stricken dhow.
    Took part in Operation Enduring Freedom
    Captain Bob Cooling, CO
    AS 332
    Super Pumas replenished the USS Kennedy which is enroute to take part in Operation Enduring Freedom
    USNS Pecos

    Replenished ships and aircraft with fuel. One such operation took place on April 11, 2002. It replenished the USS Stennis.
    Super Etendards

    April 2007 - Super Etendards destroyed a vehicle in Sangin.
    May 2006 - Etendards supported ground operation in Gereshk,Kandahar, Khowst, Oruzgan, Qalat, and Tarin Kowst.
    Etendards performed non-traditional ISR missions.
    Etendards participated in the destruction of 24 of the enemy.
    USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6)
    June 2007 - USS Bonhome Richard sailed from Bahrain with humanitarian supplies in case they were needed for Cyclone Gonu
    Super Cobras from the USS Bonhomme Richard are flying Operation Anaconda missions.
    Marines aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard were from the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
    U-4
    Japanese U-4s have been flying reconnaissance missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
    USS John F. Kennedy (CV67)

    During its tour the USS John F. Kennedy:
    Was at sea 160 days.
    Covered 69,050 miles.
    Had 9,100 traps and recoveries.
    Flew 2,599 missions.
    Dropped 64,000 pounds of ordinance.
    F-14 Tomcat

    USS Seattle (AOE 3)

    On July 19, 2002 CH-46s from the USS Seattle transfered cargo from the USS John F. Kennedy to the USS George Washington.
    The USS Seattle replenished the USS Hue City at sea.
    On April 22, 2002 the USS Seattle replenished the USS John F. Kennedy at sea.
    On June 26, 2002 the USS Seattle replenished the USS John F. Kennedy at sea.
    On July 9, 2002 the USS Seatle replenished the USS John F. Kennedy and the USS Underwood simultaneously.
    Coyote
    Small arms fire killed a soldier in a coyote.
    A-10 Thunderbolt II

    An A-10 pilot has the call sign "Ragman"
    An A-10 pilot, Capt. Neal (Last name not given), flew a mission on July 4, 2004
    USS Hue City

    August 15, 2012 - The USS Hue City came to the aid of an Iranian flagged dhow. Two of the dhow crew members needed medical assistance.
    The USS Hue City supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    C-9

    A Nightingale flew a wounded US soldier out of Edwin Andrews AB, PI on October 3, 2002.
    A Nightingale, Tail Number 10881, flew Toronto Star reporter Kathleen Kenna and some wounded soldiers from Incirlik AB, Turkey to Ramstein AB, Germany.
    A Canadian armored fighting vehicle, licence plate number 31767, is in Afghanistan.
    USS Philadelphia
    The USS Philadelphia supported Operation Enduring Freedom.
    September 5, 2005 - The USS Philadelphia collided with the Turkish merchant vessel M/V Yaso Aysen. There were no injuries.
    USS Whidbey Island

    Provided support to these ships after pirates released the vessels:
    Golden Nori † Mavuno I † Manuvo II † Al Marjan † Ching Fong Hwa
    The USS Whidbey Island supported the USS Bataan during Operation Enduring Freedom.
    USS Ross
    The USS Ross was the last ship from the Theodore Roosevelt to return to port from Operation Enduring Freedom.
    ITS Maestrale
    FS De Grasse
    FS Surcouf
    July 18, 2008 - The FS Surcout assisted the Panamanian-flagged Motor Vessel Karam Allah.
    HMS Ocean
    USNS Bridge

    It carried out 180 replenishments at sea. It replenished 64 ships. It transferred 34 million gallons of fuel, 5 million round of ammunition, and 10,000 pallets of food.
    HMLMS Van Amstel
    An A-10 pilot, Capt. Gage destroyed a T-62.
    ITS Luigi Durand de le Penne
    Tokiwa (AOE 412)
    The Japanese Fleet Supply Ship Tokiwa replenished the USS Seattle at sea. The USS Seattle will use the fuel from this replenishment to replenish the USS John F. Kennedy Battle Group.
    USS Boise
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS John S. McCain
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USNS Walter S. Diehl

    May 14, 2005 - Replenished the USS Mustin.
    Simultaneously replenished the USS Kennedy and USS Hopper on June 19, 2002.
    Replenished the USS Nimitz while it was enroute to the middle east.
    USS Carney

    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Southern Watch
    USS George Washington (CVN 73)

    Captain Martin J. Endossy is the captain of the USS George Washington (January 2004)
    Lt. Cmdr. Rachel Burke is a surgeon. Treated Merchant Seaman Giovanni Cutugno. (January 25, 2004)
    Chaplain Lt. Joe Coffey is the Navy Chaplain of the year.
    USS Hopper

    Sailed over 41,000 Nautical Miles. Served as flag ship for the Maritime Interdiction Operation (MIO).
    January 3, 2008 - A sailor was lost at sea.
    Camaro Z-28

    Camaros support U-2s while landing.
    98B 754
    USS Normandy
    February 13, 2020 - The USS Normandy seized a dhow, carrying Iranian-made weapons, that was headed for Yemen.
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    April 29, 2005 - Involved in the rescue of 89 people and recovery of five bodies in the Gulf of Aden.
    38' Deployable Persuit Boats
    Special Forces are using Deployable Persuit Boats in the Philipines.
    KC-10/KDC-10 Extender

    EXTENDER
    January 2012 - A KC-10 Extender delivered 45,000 pounds of humanitarian aid to Charleston, SC. The aid is bound for Afghanistan.
    July 2008 - A KC-10 tail number 40187 refueled an F/A-18 over Afghanistan.
    Extenders have been providing tanker support. A KC-10 pilot's call sign was "Exxon", a boom operator's call sign was "B-2".
    A KC-10 located the crew of a B-1B that crashed in the Indian Ocean on 12 December, 2001.
    A KC-10 brought John Philip Walker Lindh to Dulles IAP on 23 January, 2002.
    KC-10s have flown 875 refueling sorties, dispensed 85 Million pounds of fuel, and refueled 7,000 aircraft.
    A 44th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron KC-10 has the serial number 79-1947.
    A Royal Netherlands Air Force KDC-10, serial number T-235, flew refueling missions.
    Serial # 50031, 91948, 930079
    USNS John Lenthall
    Replenished the USS Normandy on June 22, 2002.
    USS Dextrous
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Raven
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Cushing
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USNS Big Horn
    Replenished the USS George Washington as the George Wasington was en-route to support Operation Enduring Freedom.
    USS Underwood
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Wasp

    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USNS Supply (T-AOE6)

    The USNS Supply provided the USS Wasp with 65,000 gallons of fuel.
    The USNS Supply replenished the USS George Washington on September 9 & 14, 2002.
    HMCS Toronto
    Boared an small vessel and found 4,500 pounds of hashish. The Toronto's crew sank the vessel along with the hashish.
    HMCS Algonquin
    On July 15, 2002 the crew of the Algonquin captured two al-Qaeda suspects and handed them over to US forces.
    Packbots
    On July 28, 2002 US Army robots made their combat debut. Hermes entered 12 caves before human troops entered.
    The other three robots are Professor, Thing, and Fester.
    E-3D Sentry/B-707/EB-707/KC-135 Stratotanker/E-8C Joint Stars/RC-135V/W

    USS Arthur W. Radford
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    FPASS
    Desert Hawk/Desert Hawk III
    August 2008 - UK soldiers are using Desert Hawk IIIs.
    "Desert Hawks" found weapons caches and some 107mm AAA guns.
    The USAF nominated the "Desert Hawk" for the 2002 Collier Trophy.
    The USAF use Desert Hawks for force protection.
    An unit that uses it is 438th Expeditionary Force Protection Squadron.
    USS Belleau Wood
    Has taken position off the coast of Yemen.
    USS Shiloh
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Mobile Bay
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Fletcher
    USS Camden

    June 6, 2005 - Replenished the IS Libeccio
    The USS Camden replenished the USS Abraham Lincoln.
    Supported Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Mahan
    Serves as plane guard.
    Adrias
    The Greek Frigate Adrias participated in Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Constellation
    This is the USS Constellation's last mission.
    RQ-1 Predator

    USS Valley Forge
    F-15E Strike Eagle/F-15C Eagle

    Working Animals
    May 1, 2011 - A Working Dog went with U. S. Navy SEAL Team 6 on the mission where Osama Bin Laden, and three other terrorists, were killed.
    &Treo, then a 9-year old black Labrador, received the Dickin Medal.
    &Sadie, eight year old black Labrador, was awarded the PDSA Dickin Medal, the Animals' Victoria Cross. In November 2005, Sadie located a booby-trap bomb concealed in a pressure cooker. The bomb was concealed behind a two-foot thick concrete blast wall within the United Nations compound in Kabul, Afghanistan. Rebels planted it under a pile of sand bags and planned to kill rescue workers minutes after a suicide bomb blast. Lance Corporal Karen Yardley is Sadie's handler.
    Chocolat, A UK Army search dog has discovered homemade explosives and equipment to make over ten Improvised Explosive Devices in the Nad 'Ali region of Afghanistan where Operation MOSHTARAK had been taking place.
    Theo, a Springer spaniel cross holds the record for finding the most IED and weapons in Afghanistan.
    Neil, a working dog helped prevent a riot.
    Jamie, an English springer spaniel, has been serving with the UK forces in Afghanistan for three years as a bomb sniffing dog.
    Bule Gills are used as "mine canaries" in drinking water for New York and some other American cities. The Blue Gills alerted the NYC Department of Environmental Protection to a diesel spill two hours before any detection equipment discovered the problem.
    Sea Lions are patrolling the Persian Gulf for enemy scuba divers.
    One Sea Lion is named "Zak".
    Zorro serves with the 379th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, K-9 Patrol.
    Arkie, Tasja, Athos, and Dutchy serve with the 380th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, K-9 Patrol.
    The US government contracted Ronco International Mine Clearing to use working dogs to help locate land mines.
    A working dog name "Layka" served 3 years in Afghanistan and was severely wounded. Layka's Ranger handler adopted layka.
    A working dog is named "Dax"
    UK protection dog Vinco,
    US search dogs Flake and Trough
    Gina, a USAF working dog served a tour and came back with symptoms of Post Tramatic Stress Disorder.
    Espen, Two-year-old Belgian Shepherd, serves with the British army.
    RAF Working Dogs Oskar, Max, and Amber, patrolled the London streets after their tours in Afghanistan.
    Freddie, a golden retriever, served 4 tours in Afghanistan. He died in June 2013.
    Rico, a USAF working dog completed more than 100 combat missions in Afghanistan and other places. Earned the Bronze star. His handlers were Tech Sgt. Matthew Salter and Staff Sgt. Jason Spangenberg.
    Autumn 2013 - The Taliban captured a military working dog.
    USNS Bellatrix
    USS Nassau (LHA 4)

    January 31, 2006 - delivered 10 days supply of food and water the the destressed Motor Vessel Al Manara.
    USNS Bob Hope
    Truck
    April 1, 2006 - A suicide bombing flattened a truck tire.
    A rocket attack damaged two trucks.
    September 2, 2013 - A Taliban attack destroyed 41 trucks and other vehicles.
    July 18, 2012 - Taliban forces destroyed 22 supply trucks.
    March 1, 2011 - Theo suffered a seizure and died after his handler was killed in an engagement with enemy forces..
    September 17, 2007 - An IED attack on a dump truck killed one UK soldier and wounded another.
    June 13, 2006 - A tow truck struck a civilian motorcycle.
    April 14, 2006 - An IED attack on a truck killed three Afghan police.
    July 28, 2004 - Tailbans captured and destroyed six civilian trucks.
    USS Higgins
    August 31, 2015 - The USS Higgins rescued the 4 members of a burning vessel.
    October 8, 2003 - A Petty Officer assigned to the USS Higgins died from a non-combat related injury.
    USS Milius
    USNS Fisher
    USS Mount Whitney
    Is the temporary headquarters for an anti-terrorist command operating in and around the Horn of Africa.
    SPS Patino
    Participated in the interception of the North Korean freighter So San.
    The Patino rescued 96 refugees at sea on November 26, 2002.
    SPS Navarra
    Intercepted the North Korean freighter So San.
    All Terrain Vehicle
    All terrain vehicles were used for trash hauling.
    September 2008 - Sabi, an Australian Labrador Retriever, went missing following an attack by Taliban forces. US forces found Sabi alive and well in the care of an Afghan civilian in November 2009.
    June 16, 2006 - An IED attack on an All Terrain Vehicle killed two soldiers.
    October 6, 2002 - a US Special Forces soldier was injured when he was thrown from an all terrain vehicle.
    Rhon
    Ogar
    Landcruiser
    On December 22, 2002 a grenade attack on a landcruiser killed two Afghan soldiers and wounded five others.
    FRS Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
    USNS John Ericsson (T-AO 194)
    The USNS John Ericsson replenished the USS Bataan on February 12, 2003.
    The USNS John Ericsson replenished the USS Vella Gulf on March 6, 2004.
    USS Saipan

    Conducted minesweeping Operations.
    USAV Spearhead
    The US Army Vessel TSV-1X participated in Operation Enduring Freedom
    USS Kearsarge
    FGS Bremen
    Transported rescued refugees to Djibouti on November 26, 2002.

    Ground Forces

    October 31, 2020 - A U.S. Special Forces team rescued Philip Walton in Niger and killed 6 terrorists. May 10, 2016 - U.S. and Afghan Special Operations Forces rescued Ali Haider Gilani.
    November 25, 2014 - SEAL Team 6 rescued 8 hostages in Yemen.
    February 2013 - 100 U.S. troops were deployed to Niger to support French operations in Mali.
    January 2013 - About 40 UK troops are going to Mali for HQ or training duties.
    December 8, 2012 - U.S. Navy SEALs killed 7 Taliban troops and rescued Dr. Dilip Joseph.
    April - July 2011 - U.S. special operations troops killed 834 enemy troops and captured 2,941.
    May 1, 2011 - US Navy SEALs killed Osama Bin Laden and four of his associates.
    Afghan and UK forces confiscated 1,100kgs of opium & 20 kgs of heroin.
    February 9, 2010 - USAF, US Army, and Afghan troops aided 276 avalance victims.
    July 2008 - Airmen delivered Relief supplies to flood victims..
    July 17, 2008 - Afghan National Army commandos and U.S. special operations forces freed a kidnap victim.
    March 2008 - ISAF forces destroyed one vehicke.
    April 12, 2007 - Ground forces rescued five civilian contractors from a mechanically disabled helicopter.
    May 13, 2006 - Ground forces confiscated 283 pounds of narcotics and captured 8 suspects.
    by country Patients treated Animals Treated
    Republic of Korea 200,000  
    Jordan 500,000  
    U.S. 12,945 1,631
    Afghan 2,100  
    Canada 600 140
    UK 6  
    Miscellaneous forces 985 150
    August 2012 - U.S. Marines captured 1,280kg of opium and 50kg of heroin.
    August 7, 2012 - The British Light Dragoons destroyed a cache of bomb-making equipment.
    NATO forces killed or captured 500 of the enemy during Operations SHAMSHIR and KNIFE EDGE.
    December 30, 2011 - Rescued two Apache crew members.
    December 2010 - 2 SCOTS neutralized a Taliban IED factory.
    September 25, 2006 - U.S. forces rescued the sun of the sub-governor of Qara Bash in Phazni Providence.
    August 2006 - Supplies for 1,000 people for 30 days were delivered for Ghazni flood relief.
    10 Afghan civilians received prosthetic eyes from the Camp Lacey Clinic.
    January 9, 2006 - U.S. Medical Specialists treated 22 Afghans wounded in a terrorist attack.
    New Zealand troops helped contain a potential environmental disaster when a civilian diesel truck crashed into a river.
    USAF Airmen delivered 63,000 pounds of donated supplies to Haji Khan Baba.
    96th Civil Affairs Battalion treated 24,000 animals in Yemen.
    February 10, 2005 - Evacuated 27 people from a multi-car accent.
    From July 1 -15, 2004 US forces gave medical treatment to 2,800 residents in 16 villages in Chad.
    Coalition forces killed 22 of the enemy during Operation Mountain Blizzard
    Taliban leaders Mullas Abdul Razzaq Nafrees and Adbur Rahim were killed in Afghanistan.
    70 Talibans were killed in Operation Mountain Viper, September 2003.
    Coalition forces destroyed a cave complex, August 2003.
    Operation Haven Denial, July 2-6, 2003, involved 800 US and 500 Italian soldiers. The Italians were from the 187th Parachute Regiment.
    Italian forces searched 300 vehicles and inspected 800 people during Operation Dragon Fury.
    A number of US Marines received medals for their actions during and in the aftermath of the Pentagon attack.
    SFOR arrested over a dozen people in Ilidza, Bosnia on September 25 & 26, 2001. Units involved included US Army Green Berets, 10th Mountain Division 2-22 Regiment, and Italian Carabinieri. M2 Bradley fighting vehicless, Humvees, and Helicopters supported the assaults. The Bosnians permitted US forces to take six of them out of the country on January 18, 2002.
    On October 28, 2001 SFOR united raided two hidden arms caches near Han Pijesak, Bosnia.
    1,000 troops from the X Mountain division are in Uzbekistan providing force protection.
    Pakistani Troops captured 3 Taliban helicopters when they landed in Pakistan.
    Up to 20 US Special Forces troops are with Northern Alliance troops a Dara-i-Suf. More are operating in the south.
    About 100 US Army Rangers attacked a Taliban airbase and a Command and Control Center on 19 October, 2001. They killed 20 Talibans and destroyed a cache of weapons that included RPGs and machine guns. They captured a number of documents.
    Members of 22 SAS Brigade are in Afghanistan to try to encourage defections.
    US Army Green Berets have been acting as Forward Air Controllers.
    US Special Forces troops are Kabul giving advice and counsel on November 14, 2001.
    Two commando missions were aborted because of hostile fire in the drop zone.
    Turkish special forces troops are training Northern Alliance troops.
    Over 100 US Special Forces troops are on the ground in Afghanistan looking for terrorists.
    On October 25, 2001 a US SITREP reported Northern Alliance forces fought a battle where 125 Taliban troops died while the Northern Alliance lost eight troops.1
    On November 7, 2001 Abdullah Mubarak al-Hajiri attacked a joint US-Qatar security post. The two US and one Qatar security personnel killed him.
    On November 9, 2001 Northern Alliance forces captured Mazar-e-Sharif. They killed over 100 Taliban and 400 "Arab" troops in Mazar-e-Sharif.
    During this battle one US Army and one USAF NCO directed air strikes under fire.
    On November 12, 2001 Northern Alliance forces entered Herat.
    On November 13, 2001 Northern Alliance forces captured Kabul. They killed at least 11 "Arab" troops in Kabul.
    On November 14, 2001 Forces Commanded by Maulvi Yunus captured Jaalalabad.
    On November 14, 2001 a local commander's forces rescued eight foreign aid workers, that the Taliban held prisoner.
    On November 16, 2001 British troops arrived at Bagram airfield. Some French troop arrived in Northern Afghanistan.
    On November 26, 2001 USMC troops landed outside Kandahar.
    Over 1,300 US Marines are on the ground in Afghanistan, including a Captain Patricia who is the commander of the Engineering Detachment and Platoon Leader Aaron J. Schwartz.
    About 50 members of the 10th Mountain Division are in Northern Afghanistan guarding air strips.
    Australian and British troops are in Afghanistan at Camp Rhino.
    On 5 December, 2001 Marines at Camp Rhino fired mortars in anger.
    On 7 December, 2001 Kandahar falls.
    On 10 December, 2001 the Taliban lost control of the last providence.
    On 16 December, 2001 the last al-Qaeda stronghold, Tora Bora fell.
    On 20 February, 2002 US Marines and Afghan troops captured Mullah Mohammed Chamkani.
    In June, 2003 Yemen forces killed seven terrorists and captured 11. One Yemeni officer was killed in the fight.
    On July 3, 2003 Saudi Arabian authorities killed five terrorists including Turki Nasser al-Dandani.
    Deployed Marine ground units were: 15th MEU 26th MEU 13th MEU MACS-4
    US Marine ground troops destroyed 1 vehicle. (Two fixed wing aircraft destroyed the other two vehicles in the convoy.)
    The 15th MEU called in a C-17 food drop along the Arghanab River.
    20 Navy sailors are in the Tora Bora area.
    The 113 Naval Mobile Construction Battalion, provided perimeter security for a USAF C-17.
    Green Berets, SEALs, SAS, and SBS troops are in the Tora Bora area.
    8 FBI agents are in Afghanistan questioning prisoners.
    Al-Qaeda troops killed 5 Pakistani security troops and 1 bus driver during an escape. Pakistani forces killed 12 al-Qaeda troops.
    Special Forces Group 5, team Tiger 03 directed airstrikes which killed 1,300 Taliban troops and destroyed 50 tanks among other targets.
    Special Forces team team Alpha directed airstrikes which killed over 300 Taliban troops.
    US Marines sent a 20 vehicle convoy on a reconaissance mission to a deserted al-Qaeda training camp.
    US Marines have Ibn Al-Shayk al-Libi in custody.
    Special Forces team Python-33 disarmed a booby-trap that included 119 anti-tank and 57 122mm rounds.
    US ground forces captured 14 al-Qaeda troops. They turned 12 over to the Afghans.
    US ground forces found intelligence that led to 15 arrests in Singapore. Two were later released.
    Philippine police, working on intelligence from the Singapore arrests, arrested five suspects. They also captured a ton of explosives, 300 detinators, 6 x 400 yards of detinator cord, and 17 M-16s.
    The NMCB 2 prepared Camp X-Ray for al-Qaeda prisoners.
    Marines had a firefight with 8-14 Talibans as the C-17 carrying the first 20 prisoners from Afghanistan took off. The Marines found two rocket propelled grenades.
    Marines destroyed 1 building and captured some weapons on January 14, 2002.
    US troops captured seven enemy troops on January 14, 2002.
    Yemeni forces, acting on information gained by US forces from Afghanistan, captured an explosives laden vehicle.
    Canada's Joint Task Force Two (JTF2) turned three prisoners over to US forces.
    French troops destroyed 70,000 land mines.
    US troops captured seven enemy troops on 13 February, 2002.
    107 Canadian troops joined US and Afghan troop in Operation Anaconda.
    Navy SEALs are training Filipino forces in The Philippines.
    Allied troops captured Shah-e-Kot on March 12, 2002.
    U. S. forces captured about 20 enemy troops in Operation Anaconda.
    Ground troops detained 20 people on March 18, 2002.
    Three Canadian snipers and three special forces troops rescued a company of 101st Airborne Division troops.
    US Engineers destroyed a cave and a mortar position.
    45 Commando or the Royal Marines are carrying out Operation Ptarmigan
    Four of the Canadian ground troops deployed in Operation Harpoon were women.
    Pakistani Authorities, with the help of the FBI and CIA, captured 60, including Abu Zubaydah whom they handed over to the US. Abu Zabaydh provided the US with information that led to the arrest of Abdullah al Mujahir aka Jose Padilla at O'Hare IAP. Intelligence gained from Abu Zubaydah apparently foiled a plot to explode a "dirty bomb" in the US.
    On April 30, 2002 20 US personnel were in Tbilisi to train and equip Georgian forces.
    British Marines captured over 200 RPGs, 200 land mines, 100 mortars, 100 recoilless anti-tank guns, and 100 artillery rounds.
    US forces captured 32 enemy troops, 5 tanks, 2,200 mortar rounds, 600 howitzer rounds, 600 RPG rounds, and 2 million machine gun rounds.
    Australian forces had a firefight with enemy troops on May 17, 2002. They called in a USAF AC-130.
    Ground forces captured two 120mm rockets during Operation Condor
    US Special Forces captured four of the enemy on May 20, 2002.
    US Special Forces captured 30 HN-5 Surface-to-Air missiles.
    US Special Forces and Royal Marines captured five suspected terrorists and a cache of weapons.
    USMC and Filipino troops got into a firefight with terrorists on June 17, 2002.
    US Force found a rocket.
    Allied forces captured a 27mm AAA gun.
    Royal Marines found a cache of weapons which included 30 x 81mm mortars and captured 8 suspected terrorists. The terrorists destroyed two radios before the Royal Marines captured them.
    Enemy forces fired a rocket at US troops on June 24, 2002. Ground forces fired mortar rounds at the enemy's rocket site.
    Pakistani forces captured six Chechins, three suspected members of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, and six suspected members of Tableghi Jamaat.
    US forces detained a man and captured two caches of ammunition on July 25, 2002.
    On July 29, 2002 Amrullaah Saleh got into a car accident and was arrested by Afghan authorities. His Toyota was wired for a suicide bombing.
    On July 31, 2002 US forces took five people into custody. They also called in an airstrike against three empty bunker complexes.
    On August 13, 2002 US Special Forces captured an arms cache and arrested three al-Qaeda suspects.
    US forces captured eight suspects and found arms caches during Operation Champion Strike.
    An operation in August, 2002 Allied forces detained seven suspects.
    Allied forces treated 145,389 civilians and 4,544 head of livestock.
    Allied forces distributed 100 pounds of personal hygiene kits.
    Allied forces distributed 150 dental hygene kits.
    US Army Civil Affairs rebuilt:
    26 Hospitals and Clinics
    127 Schools
    400 Wells
    1 Bridge (Bagram)
    1 Veteranary Center
    1 Teacher's College
    The 376th ESFS delivered $1,800 worth of goods they donated to an orphanage.
    On September 22, 2002 Pakistani authorities, acting on FBI information, arrested five al-Qaeda suspects.
    On October 13, 2002 US forces captured three enemy troops and an 82mm mortar. Ground forces also found and destroyed a rocket launcher.
    On November 1, 2002 82nd Airborne Division troops destroyed three rockets.
    On November 26, 2002 US ground forces wounded an enemy and captured a drug lab.
    On December 1, 2002 US ground forces captured a truck with a rocket launcher and detained five suspects.
    On December 3, 2002 US ground forces captured five rockets and detained one suspect.
    On January 21, 2003 US Special Forces detained two Afghans.
    On January 30, 2003 US Special Forces and Afghan police arrested three suspects
    On February 11, 2003 the 2nd Battallion of the Afghan National Army captured 12 prisoners.
    As of February 11, 2003 the 82nd Airborne division cleared 75 caves in the aftermath of the battle of Spin Boldak.
    The Nibbio found a small arms cache on April 4, 2003.
    Another three terrorists were killed by either ground or air forces.
    Talibans and Al-Qaeda killed in Afghanistan & Pakistan: 2,4561 including Maulvi Abdul Ghaffar & Saber Lal Melma who waere held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba then released. Also includes Raz Mohammed & Hamza Rabia
    A Taliban or Al-Qaeda killed himself in a suicide bomb attack.
    Pakistani ground forces destroyed two enemy trucks.
    Filipino killed 36 terrorists, including Abu Sabaya and Hamsiraji Sali.
    Filipino ground forces sank a 25' outrigger.
    Al-Qaeda and Sympathizers killed in Saudi Arabia: 126
    Talibans accidentally killed themselves: 3
    Syrian forces killed 6 terrorists, in Syria.
    Saudi Arabian forces killed 27 terrorists in Saudi Arabia, including Younis Mohammed Ibrahim al-Hayari.
    Algerian Forces killed Nabil Sahraoui.
    Kuwaiti forces killed 8 terrorists. Khalif al-Eneri died or a heart attack. (In Kuwait)
    Yemeni forces killed 98 of the enemy and an al-Qaeda member killed himself. (In Yemen)
    Egyptian forces killed 7 terrorists (In Egypt).
    Indian forces killed 1 terrorist (In India).
    Somali forces killed 6 terrorists (It was in a gun battle that followed a VBIED attack aimed and the Somali president. The attack killed five.)
    Chadean troops killed Moktar Belmoktar.
    Corporal Danny, A UK sniper foiled a Taliban attack by firing near the enemy force's spotter.
    Link to Saudi Arabia's Progress in the War on Terrorism
    120 Ghana troops are in Mali as Engineers.
    40 UK troops are supporting training for Mali troops.
    Nigerian forces killed 52 terrorists in Nigeria and captured 70.
    French troops killed 40 terrorist in Mali, including Abdelhamid Abou Zeid.
    August 16, 2017 - An IED attack killed Staff Sgt. Aaron R. Butler.
    August 2, 2017 - A VBIED attack killed Sgt. Jonathon Michael Hunter & Spc. Christopher Michael Harris
    July 3, 2017 - Enemy action killed Pfc. Hansen B. Kirkpatrick.
    June 10, 2017 - An Afghan soldier killed Sgt. Eric M. Houck, Sgt. William M. Bays, Corporal Dillon C. Baldridge, and wounded another soldier.
    April 27, 2017 - Enemy small arms fire killed Sgt. Joshua P. Rodgers & Sgt. Cameron H. Thomas
    April 8, 2017 - Enemy small arms fire killed Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar January 28, 2017 - U.S. Ground forces killed 14 Al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen. Chief Special Warfare Operator William "Ryan" Owens was killed when the MV-22 he was in made a hard landing.
    December 6, 2014 - Pakistani forces killed Al Qaeda leader Adnan el Skukrijuma in a raid. A Pakistani soldier was killed in the operation.
    December 5, 2014 - SEAL Team 6 attempted to rescue Luke Somers. The terrorists killed Somers and a South African national. SEAL Team 6 killed 6 terrorists.
    February 23, 2013 - Chadian troops killed 65 al-Qaeda terrorists. Thriteen Chadian troops were killed in the battle.
    January 17, 2013 - Algerian troops attempted to rescue hostages at a gas plant. At least 23 hostages, including Americans Frederick Buttaccio, Victor Lynn Lovelady, and Gordon Lee Rowan were killed and 32 terrorists were killed.
    January 12, 2013 - French Commandos attempted to rescue a French agent in Somalia. The agent and a French commando were killed in the operation as were 17 Islamists. Another French commando is missing.
    May 21, 2012 - An Al Qaeda suicide bomber killed 96 Yemeni troops.
    May 7, 2012 - Al Qaeda forces in Yemen killed 20 Yemeni troops and captured 25.
    October 8, 2010 - Aide worker Linda Norgrove was killed by a hand grenade during a failed rescue attempt by US SEAL Team 6.
    April 3, 2010 - Taliban forces killed 3 German troops, German troops mistakenly killed six Afghan troops.
    August 19, 2008 - Taliban forces killed 10 French troops.
    January 10, 2006 - Seven Pakistani soldiers killed.
    December 5, 2005 - An IED attack wounded three soldiers.
    October 7, 2005 - Ground forces accidentally killed four Afghan police and wounded another.
    September 24, 2005 - An IED attack injured two U.S. soldiers. Three suspects were captured.
    August 19, 2005 - A mortar attack against US Navy ships in Aqaba missed the ships but killed a Jordanian Soldier.
    July 22, 2005 - London police mistook Jean Charles de Menezes for a terrorist and killed him.
    March 15, 2005 - Three Filipino police officers killed in a prison uprising. 24 captured terrorists killed.
    February 25, 2005 - Eight Afghan soldiers killed.
    October 20, 2004 - Two Pakistani security personnel were killed and 8 were wounded.
    October 19, 2004 - Three Pakistani soldiers were killed in an Ambush. Since March 2004 171 soldiers have been killed fighting terrorists. 246 enemy forces have been killed and 579 captured.
    August 24, 2004 - An Ambush in Yemen killed 11 government soldiers.
    August 2, 2004 - Two Afghan soldiers were killed and four were wounded in an engagement against enemy forces.
    July 14, 2004 - Taliban attacks killed one police officer and four civilians.
    July 1, 2004 - A Saudi Arabian police officer was killed in a shootout with terrorists.
    June 7, 2004 - A Taliban attack killed two Afghan police officers.
    June 2, 2004 - Taliban attacks killed 5 Afghan soldiers.
    May 4, 2004 - Taliban attacks killed 9 Afghan soldiers and 5 police officers.
    April 26, 2004 - A Taliban attack killed an Afghan soldier and two charity workers.
    April 15, 2004 - A Taliban ambush killed police chief Yar Mohammed and nine of his body guards.
    April 3, 2004 - Five terrorists blew themselves up in Spain. One Spanish Special Forces agent died in the explosion. The explosion injured 11 other police officers.
    March 2004 - 32 Pakistani troops died in fighting with terrorist forces during Operation Kaloosha II.
    March 14, 2004 - Taliban forces attacked Afghan troops and killed one Afghan soldier and wounded two others. Afghan forces killed three Talibans.
    January 19, 2004 - Enemy forces attacked US troops. Three US soldiers were wounded and one of the enemy was killed.
    December 21, 2003 - Taliban forces killed eight Afghan soldiers in separate incidents.
    December 3, 2003 - A Taliban wounded two US soldiers and an Afghan security officer in a grenade attack. Afghan security forces captured him.
    November 16, 2003 - Two Talibans on a motorcycle shot French UN worker Bettina Goislard and wounded her Afghan driver. Afghan forcs captured the two suspects.
    October 31, 2003 - In a firefight a US soldier was killed and an Afghan Soldier and an American were wounded. Ground forces killed on attacker.
    October 27, 2003 - 22 Taliban and Al-Qaedas were killed and four were captured. Three Afghan soldiers were killed.1
    Between October 13 & October 15, 2003 - 10 Talibans and two Afghan soldiers were killed in fighting.
    October 7, 2003 - Buyungan Bungkak killed three guards and wounded three others before Filipino security forces killed him.
    October 1, 2003 - Talibans killed 10 Afghan soldiers and two children. A Taliban was killed and two others were captured.
    September 30, 2003 - Talibans killed a US soldier and wounded two other soldiers. Coalition forces killed two Talibans.
    September 23, 2003 - A Saudi Arabian police officer was killed in a shootout with terrorists. Three terrorists were killed and two were captured.
    September 8, 2003 - Two US soldiers were wounded.
    August 31, 2003 - Two US soldiers were killed and one was wounded in a clash with Talibans. Allied forces killed four Talibans.
    On August 25, 2003 a clash with Talibans resulted in five Afghan soldiers being killed. Three Talibans were also killed.
    On August 17 & 18, 2003 a series of Taliban attackes killed nine Afghan police officers and captured four others. Defenders killed 15 Talibans and captured 8.
    Terrorists killed 17 civilians in a bus bombing.
    In fighting on August 12 & 13, 2003 16 of the enemy and five Afghan troops were killed.
    On July 31, 2003 US soldiers accidentally wounded three Afghan officers.
    In Saudi Arabia, on July 28, 2003 Saudi Arabian police killed six terrorists and captured four others. The terrorists killed two police and injured eight others.
    On July 21, 2003 an attack with AK-47s and RPGs wounded 2 coalition soldiers and an Afghan soldier.
    On July 20, 2003 an attack wounded four Italian soldiers.
    On July 18, 2003 an attack injured three US soldiers.
    On June 7, 2003 a suicide bomber killed four German ISAF soldiers and wounded 29. Two civilians were also wounded in the bombing.
    On June 5, 2003 Afghan forces killed 47 Talibans. Seven Afghan government troops died in the fighting.
    On the night of May 9/10, 2003 an Afghan soldier was killed and a US soldier was wounded. Ground forces killed two of the enemy and captured a third.
    On April 29, 2003 Taliban fighter killed three Afghan soldiers and wounded two others.
    On April 25, 2003 Taliban fighters killed a US Airman and a US Soldier and wounded four others. An Afghan soldier was also wounded in the fight. US and Afghan forces killed three Talibans.
    Taliban fighters killed two Afghan troops on April 21, 2003. Afghan troops killed three Talibans.
    On April 18, 2003 an airman was wounded.
    On March 29, 2003 a Taliban ambush killed two Special Forces troops and wounded one.
    On March 19, 2003 a Taliban ambush killed three Afghan soldiers.
    On March 12, 2003 a vehicle struck a land mine. The explosion killed one Afghan and injured two other Afghans. The explosion slightly injured an American soldier.
    Khalid Shaikh Mohammed shot a Pakistani intelligence agent in the foot. The Pakistanis captured Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and two others.
    On February 28, 2003 a terrorist attacked police at a checkpoint outside the US Embassy in Pakistan. The attacker killed two police officers, wounded four others, a paramilitary ranger, and a civilian before police captured him.
    On February 21, 2003 a US soldier of the 82nd Airborne was injured in a training accident in Kuwait.
    On Febryary 19, 2003 a US Soldier lost a right foot from a mine explosion.
    On February 7, 2003 a grenade accident killed a CIA agent and two other agents.
    A US soldier was injured during a cave clearing operation on January 31, 2003.
    On January 21, 2003 terrorists ambushed a vehicle in Kuwait and killed a contractor, and wounded another contractor. Saudi Arabia captured a suspect and extradited him to Kuwait.
    On January 17, 2003 a mounted Special Forces soldier was injured in a fire fight.
    On January 15, 2003 two Special Operations soldiers were injured and two vehicles were damaged by home made bombs. A soldier was accidentally shot in the stomach. An Afghan man and boy were injured by a grenade.
    On January 14, 2003 a terrorist suspect stabbed a British Detective to death and wounded four other officers. British authorities made three arrests.
    During the week of January 10, 2003 enemy forces killed four Afghans and wounded one. Afghan forces captured two suspects.
    On January 9, 2003 a mine wounded an Afghan contract worker.
    On January 9, 2003 a US soldier lost a foot and a Polish soldier was wounded in a mine explosion.
    On December 29, 2002 a Pakistani border guard turned on US soldiers and slightly wounded one of them.
    On December 28, 2002 a soldier was very seriously wounded from an accidental firing.
    On December 21, 2002 enemy gunfire killed a US soldier. American troops killed one enemy troop. A rocket attack wounded another US soldier.
    On December 20, 2002 a solder was injured while trying to correct a misfire on a Rocket Propelled Grenade.
    On December 17, 2002 a grenade attack wounded two US soldiers and an Afghan interpreter. Afghan police made two arrests.
    On November 28, 2002 an ambush wounded a US Special Forces soldier.
    On November 2002 gunfights between Algerian forces and terrorists resulted in 9 soldiers, 4 police officers, and two terrorists dead. 12 soldiers were wounded.
    On November 21, 2002 a Kuwaiti police officer shot and wounded two US soldiers.
    On November 16, 2002 a soldier broke a wrist from falling off a roof.
    On November 16, 2002 Saudi Arabian forces wounded and captured a terrorist suspect. Terrorists wounded eight Saudis during the fight.
    Jordanian police arrested Abu Sayaff. They wounded Sayaff and terrorists wounded two officers while making the arrest.
    A bombing killed one Philipine Marine and wounded two Marines and 14 other people on October 20, 2002.
    A terrorist ambush killed 11 Filipino Marines and wounded 26 others. One of the wounded was TSgt Janere Zaldy. The Marines killed two terrorists. Filipino forced killed 20 terrorists the next day.
    Two terrorists killed one US Marine and wounded another in Kuwait on October 8, 2002. Marines of the 11 Marine Expeditionary Unit returned fire killed both terrorists.
    On October 2, 2002 a terrorist explosion killed a US Army Special Forces soldier and wounded a US Army Captain. The bomb also killed three Filipinos and wounded two Filipino troops and six civilians. Geraldine Busma was one of the wounded civilians. The Filipinos arrested Mohammad Amin J. Al-Ghaffari on October 8, 2002.
    On September 5, 2002 two assassins killed a security guard in an attempt on the life of the Afghan president. US Special forces guarding President Hamid Karzai killed the assassins. The assassins wounded Kandahar Governor Agha Sherzai and a US soldier.
    On August 26, 2002 an ordinance exploded and wounded 1 US Special Forces soldier and a Swiss deminer.
    In a sweep in August two Afghan and two enemy troops were killed. Ten people were captured.
    Enemy fire wounded two US Special Operations soldiers. US troops arrested four suspects.
    A soldier of the 82nd Airborne Division was shot in the chest on August 7, 2002.
    On August 7, 2002 escaped al-Qaeda prisoners killed two Afghan soldiers and wounded one. Thirteen escaped al-Qaeda prisoners died in the battle.
    Four police officers were wounded in a grenade attack in Afghanistan. The grenade killed the grenade thrower.
    On July 27, 2002, an Ambush killed two Afghan Allies and mortally wounded one US Soldier. The attackers also wounded three other soldiers. All of the 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. In the ensuing firefight three enemy troops were killed and one captured.
    A US soldier was shot in the foot on July 2, 2002.
    On June 28, 2002 an enemy rocket struck a munitions dump and killed 19.
    On June 27, 2002 terrorists killed a Fillipino officer and wounded six soldiers.
    In exchanges Al-Qaeda forces killed 11 Pakistani troops and one police officer and wounded ASI Silahuddin Khan, Sepoy Ajmal Khan, constable Akhtar Nawaz and another soldier.
    Pakistani soldiers killed eight al-Qaedas and six Lashkar-e-Jhangvis.
    On June 7, 2002 Filipino troops tried to rescue two kidnapped Americans. Hostage Martin Burnham and Ebidorah Yap, a Filipino nurse, died. Gracia Burnham was shot in the leg. Filipino troops rescued her and killed four Abu Sayyaf terrorists. Seven Filipino troops were wounded in the firefight.
    US Special Forces killed two Allied Afghan troops and wounnded three others.
    Enemy fire killed one US Special Forces soldier and wounded an Afghan solder was also wounded in the action. Return fire killed one enemy soldier.
    A Canadian soldier of the Princess Patricia's Light Infantry injured his knee.
    A Canadian soldier received minor injuries when an armored vehicle struck a land mine.
    Enemy troops wounded a US Special Forces soldier on April 17, 2002.
    An accidental explosion killed four US soldiers and wounded one.
    A land mine explosion killed one Navy SEAL and wounded another.
    An al-Qaeda ambush killed three Afghan troops.
    Operation Anaconda Combat Casualties
      US Afghan
    Killed 8 7
    Wounded 49 35
    Special forces killed 15 troops in a firefight. Opposing fire wounded one special forces soldier. Special Forces mistook them for enemy troops.(1/24/2)
    Two US soldiers were wounded in a fire fight.
    A fork lift accident injured five soldiers.
    One prisoner in Cuba bit a guard.
    A mine injured a member of the Australian 150 SAS on 18 January, 2002.
    An explosion in a burn pit injured three members of the 26th MEU on January 18, 2002.
    On 4 January, 2002 enemy small arms fire killed a Green Beret, and wounded a CIA agent and two of their Afghan escorts.
    A US Special Forces soldier got shot in the leg in a shootout on January 1, 2001
    A US Army soldier lost his left foot to a land mine in Bagram AB.
    A land mine injured three US Marines at Kandahar Airport.
    Enemy fire wounded 2 Green Berets on 14 December, 2001.
    A US bomb killed three US and 6 Alliance troops. It injured 19 US soldiers, and 19 Alliance troops. The dead NCOs were from the 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group.
    A US bomb injured four US Army soldiers
    4 British solders were wounded in the fighting.
    On November 2, 2001 a sick US Army soldier had to be medevaced from Afghanistan. One helicopter crashed during the medevac attempt. The crash injured four crew members. All were medevaced by other helicopters. An F-14 destroyed the crashed helicopter so it wouldn't fall into enemy hands.
    1 Some may have been killed by air bombardment.
    FGS Brandenburg
    Transported rescued refugees to Djibouti on November 26, 2002.
    Minebreaker 2000
    First used September 14, 2002.
    Gnat 750
    On November 15, 2001 a CIA controlled Gnat struck a building full of senior Taliban and al-Queida officers with a Hellfire missile.
    On September 22, 2001 the CIA lost a Gnat over Afghanistan.
    SYRACUSE satellite
    HSV-X1 Joint Venture
    USS Nimitz

    USS Camden
    USS Fitzgerald
    F/A-18 Hornet

    RHIB

    February 12, 2009 - RHIBs captured 9 suspected pirates.
    June 25, 2007 - RHIBs from the French Ship Dupleix (D 641) and USNS Kanawha (T-AO 196) transfered the 16 crew members of a North-Korean flagged merchant ship.
    September 13, 2006 - An RHIP from the USS Raven sailed a boarding party to an Iranian dhow where crew members treated a severely ill crew member.
    RHIBs used to transfer survivors from a capsized dhow, April 29, 2005.
    An RHIB from the USS McFaul was used to board a dhow on April 1, 2004 in the Gulf of Oman
    An RHIB transfered two new crew members to the USS Gary.
    USS Princeton
    USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)
    USS Gary

    The USS Gary rescued eight Iraqi sailors from a sinking fishing boat.
    USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51)

    September 23, 2014 - Fired Tomahawk cruise missiles at ISIL targets.
    The USS Arleigh Burke escorted the Ching Fong Hwa to Yemen after pirates released the Ching Fong Hwa.
    October 29, 2007 - Is shadowing the Golden Mori which was hijacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia. The pirates released the Golden Mori on December 12.
    Fired 26 cruise missiles.
    Escorted 80 ships.
    USNS Rappahannock

    July 16, 2012 - Opened fire on a small boat that approached the vessel at high speed. One person was killed and three were wounded.
    Transferred fuel to the USS Sacramento on March 10, 2003.
    USNS Comfort
    F-117
    C-130 Hercules/AC-130 Gunship/EC-130 Commando Solo/EC-130H Compass Call/MC-130H Combat Talon/MC-130P/KC-130/HC-130 King/CC-130

    hercules
    USS Bunker Hill (CG 52)
    January 2007 - Conducted maritime security operations (MSO) to ensure continued security and stability of international waters surrounding the Horn of Africa.
    USS Deyo
    March 17, 2003 - A Petty Officer on board the USS Deyo died from non-combat related injuries.
    B-747
    A United Air Lines Boeing 747-400 transported US Marines to an undisclosed location in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
    April 29, 2013 - A Boeing 747 crashed on takeoff and killed 7 Americans onboard.
    ORP Czernicki
    FGS Franfurt Am Main
    FS Dupleix

    June 25, 2007 - The FS Duplex came to the aid of a North Korean-flagged merchant vessel with 16 sailors on board.
    ITS Grecale
    FS Nivose
    USS Decatur
    The USS Decatur captured a dhow and arrested 12 suspects, four were al-Qaeda suspects. The USS Decatur crew found 5,470#s of hashish.
    Aardvark
    The 41st Engineering Battalion used it to clear mines.
    SPS Santa Maria
    MQ-9 Reaper

    2 Motorcycles 1 VBIED 5 Enemy troops 1 Building 2 Engineering Vehicle 1 APC
    3 Assisted in killing 9 Firing positions
    August 2012 - Reapers of 39 Squadron detected 4 vehicle with 2,140kg of opium and 50kg of heroin. October 2011 - USAF began Reaper operations in Somalia.
    RAF Reapers have flown over 54,000 hours over Afghanistan. RAF Reapers flew 1,200 missions and delivered 11,497 hours of full motion video. RAF Reapers have fired 459 weapons.
    Reaper has flown approximately 480 sorties, totally more than 3,800 hours, in Afghanistan.
    June 11, 2010 - Fired a missile against enemy forces.
    January 11, 2010 - A Reaper dropped guided munitions on an enemy target.
    July 15, 2009 - A Reaper dropped several guided bomb unit-12's on a suspected IED.
    June 22, 2009 - An RAF Reaper struck an enemy compound with Hellfire missiles.
    May 26, 2009 - Bombed enemy positions.
    March 10, 2009 - Fired a Hellfire missile at enemy forces.
    March 1, 2009 - Fired a Hellfire missile at enemy forces.
    February 27, 2009 - Fired a Hellfire mission at enemy forces.
    January 27, 2009 - Dropped a guided bomb unit-12 on a group of enemy personnel rigging an improvised explosive device.
    January 17, 2009 - Targeted an enemy sniper and provided reconnaissance for a ground unit in a running gun battle.
    November 18, 2008 - A Reaper attacked enemy forces with a hellfire missile.
    November 16, 2008 - Attacked enemy forces with hellfire missiles who were preparing for an IED attack.
    November 12, 2008 - A Reaper struck enemy forces with a hellfire missile.
    October 28, 2008 - A Reaper fired a hellfire missile at ememy forces.
    October 20, 2008 - A Reaper dropped a GBU-12 on enemy forces.
    October 2, 2008 - A Reaper fired a hellfire missile into an IED compound.
    September 9, 2008 - A Reaper dropped a GUB-12 on an enemy mortor position.
    August 10, 2008 - A Reaper dropped a GBU-12 on an enemy firing position.
    July 9, 2008 - A Reaper dropped GBU-12s on enemy combatants.
    April 21, 2008 - A Reaper killed enemy combatants in a building with GBU-12s.
    April 19, 2008 - Fired Hellfire missiles at enemy combatants.
    April 6, 2008 - Destroyed enemy target.
    March 2008 - Reapers bombed enemy combatants.
    November 2007 - An RAF Reaper began operations in Afghanistan.
    November 23, 2007 - Dropped a GBU-12 on enemy combatants in Asadabad.
    November 17, 2007 - A Reaper struck a target with a Hellfire missile.
    November 7, 2007 - A Reaper for the first time dropped a precision guided bomb. It dropped two GBU-12 500-pound laser-guided bombs and destroyed it target and killed enemy fighters.
    October 27, 2007 - A Reaper for the first time fired on an enemy target. It fired a Hellfire missile at enemy forces.
    Reapers began operations in Afghanistan on September 25, 2007. As of October 11, 2007 they flew 12 missions.
    Serial number: AF04-013 - Flew a mission on October 1, 2007.
    Serial number: AF07-029 - Flew a mission on March 13, 2009.
    february 20, 2016 - Pilot error during a "flame out" training caused a Reaper to crash at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan.
    November 24, 2015 - A Reaper crashed near Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.
    April 4, 2012 - A Reaper NV05-102 crashed in the Seychelles.
    December 2011 - A Reaper crashed in the Seychelles.
    September 13, 2009 - The Air Force had to crash a Reaper in a remote area when they lost positive control of the aircraft. An F-15E shot down the Reaper with an AIM-9.
    USS Gonzalez (DDG 66)

    March 18, 2006 - The USS Gonzalez and the USS Cape St. George exchanged fire with pirates. The pirate vessel was set on fire. One pirate was killed and five were wounded. Twelve pirates were captured.
    Supported Operation Iraqi Freedom
    February 28, 2006 - Rescued six Iranian mariners who were stranded on a dhow for 10 days.
    December 26, 2005 - Served as plane guard for the USS Roosevelt.
    May 7, 2005 - The USS Gonzalez assisted 9 people from the Pakistani Merchant Vessel Al Hamduillah.
    Iltis Jeep
    In the first week of deployment in Afghanistan seven Canadian Iltis jeeps were perminently out of service. Three others needed repairs.
    January 27, 2004 - An attack on an Iltis jeep killed a Canadian soldier and wounded three others.
    October 2003 - An Iltis jeep struck a mine. The explosion killed two Canadian soldiers.
    Trucks
    US Army Soldiers used a flatbed truck to rescue an Afghan soldier who was wounded by a land mine.
    August 26, 2004 - Enemy forces damaged two Pakistani trucks in two separate attacks. The attacks killed two soldiers and wounded six others.
    July 21, 2004 - a Pakistani Army pickup truck struck a land mine. Four soldiers were wounded and the pickup was damaged.
    September 8, 2003 - five Afghan soldiers were killed and five were wounded in a pickup truck by enemy fire.
    F-7

    July 21, 2004 - Pakistani Air Force bombed enemy positions.
    The Pakistani Air Force used F-7s during Operation Vengance
    Mirage 2000

    USS Cole

    June 9, 2006 - the USS Cole began Maritime Security Operations in the Persian Gulf.
    November 27, 2003 - May 27, 2004 the USS Cole carried out 1,000 vessel queries and four interdiction boardings in support of the War on Terrorism.
    On October 12, 2000 a Zodiac driven by Irahim al-Thawr and Abdullah al-Misawi intentionally rammed the USS Cole (DDG67) while it was refueling in Aden, Yemen. 17 sailors were killed and 36 were wounded. Two Yemeni dock workers were also wounded in the attack. One of the wounded Petty Officer 3rd Class Johann Gokool lost his left foot. He died December 23, 2009.
    The USS Cole returned to duty on April 19, 2002.
    USNS Catawba (T-ATF 168)

    February 5, 2009 - Provided fresh water and fuel to the Ukrainian merchant ship Faina after pirates released the Faina. Also serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    USS Tarawa
    The commercial heavy transport ship M/V Blue Marlin carried the USS COLE home.
    USS Paul Hamilton
    The Destroyer USS Paul Hamilton escorted the Blue Marlin on its mission to recover the USS Cole.
    Ford Ranger
    blimp
    CASA 212
    November 30, 2004 - A CASA 212 crashed. Three Civilian Contractors and three U.S. Soldiers died in the crash.
    PNS Babur
    Gulfstream III,IV, V

    August 12, 2003 - A Gulfstream IV transported Riduan Isamuddin.
    December 2001 - A Gulfstream transported Ahmed Agiza and Mohammed al-Zari from Sweden to Egypt. Agiza was convicted and sentenced to 25 years.
    CIA contracted Gulfstream V registration number N379P changed to N8068V. Registration number changed to N44982, current limited liability owners Bay and Foreign Marketing & Keelser and Talekomt. Transported terrorist suspect Muhammad Saad Iqbal Madni.
    CIA contracted Gulfstream IV registration number N85VM, changed to N227SV.
    CIA contracted Gulfstream III registration number N829MG, changed to N259SK.
    OH-58
    July 29, 2009 - A Kiowa participated in a rescue operation.
    December 16, 2004 - An OH-58 crashed injuring both pilots.
    SA 319B Alouette III
    USS The Sullivans
    HMS Invincible
    March 2005 - Two Harriers from the HMS Invincible joined combat operations.
    MI-17

    January 27, 2012 - Mi-17s dropped medical supplies to two villages struck by a measels epidemic.
    January 24, 2012 - Mi-17s rescued 31 civilians caught in an avalanche.
    June 2011 - An Mi-17 flew a medical team and supplies into an area struck by a cholera outbreak.
    February 2011 - An Afghan Mi-17 surveyed a flood-ravaged area.
    January 2011 - Canadian Air Force pilots are flying Mi-17V5s.
    October 2010 - There are 31 Mi-17s in the Afghan Air Force.
    February 2010 - An Afghan Mi-17 flew the first med-evac mission.
    Three refurbished MI-17s were donated by the Czech Republic to Afghanistan.
    April 15, 2006 - Two Afghan MI-17s flew the first Afghan combat support mission.
    October 2005 - 4 x Afghan MI-17s flew earthquake relief missions to Pakistan.
    January 24, 2012 - An Mi-17 crashed, inuring some Afghan personnel.
    May 11, 2011 - An Mi-17 crashed, injuring 9 Afghan personnel.
    MH-60K Blackhawk/SH-60H Seahawk/MH-60G/HH-60G Pave Hawk/HH-60L/UH-60

    FRS Karlsruhe
    June 9, 2005 - rescued six mariners from the tugboat Sarah.
    April 29, 2005 - Involved in the rescue of 89 people and the recovery of 5 bodies in the Gulf of Aden.
    Dragon Eye
    PNS Tariq
    May 7, 2005 - Rescued 9 people from the merchant vessel Al Hamdulillah.
    USS Kauffman
    Boarded the motor vessel Al Naveed and found 4,200 pounds of hashish.
    IS Libeccio
    USS Taylor
    USS Ashland
    A katyusha rocket attack against the USS Ashland and USS Kearsarge in Aqaba missed the ships. The attack killed a Jordanian soldier. Four rockets didn't fire. Mohammed Hamid Hussein is believed to be the leader of the group.
    B-737

    CIA contracted a B-737 registration number N313P, later changed to N4476S.
    USS Mitscher
    B-1 Lancer

    lancer
    One B-1B Pilot's call sign was "Ace".
    One B-1B Offensive Systems officer, call sign "Vinnie".
    Var (FS-608)
    Lafayette (FS-710)
    Mirage F-1

    Janurary 2008 - F-1CR provided shows of force.
    December 2007 - An F-1CR provided shows of force.
    November 2007 - An F-1CR aided a Mirage 2000 strike a firing position and provided shows of force.
    September 2007 - Dropped ordinance and shows of force.
    August 2007 - Provided a shows of force and dropped ordinance.
    June 2006 - Supported ground forces in the vicinity of Ghazni.
    Badr (PNS-181)
    USNS Patuxent
    December 12, 2005 - Replenished the USS Nassau.
    Landing Craft Utility (LCU)
    January 31, 2006 - LCU 1663 delivered 10 days supply of food and water to the distressed Motor Vessel Al Manara.
    FALCONF-16 Fighting Falcon
    USS Pecos
    January 13, 2006 - Replenished the USS Decatur.
    B-2 Spirit

    Two Spirits flew sorties in the October 7, 2001 strike.
    Two Spirits flew sorties on October 8, 2001.
    Two Spirits made strikes on October 9, 2001
    tail number 82-1066 USS Oak Hill
    HNLMS Zven Provincien
    HMLMS Amsterdam
    April 11, 2006 - Provided assistance to a crew member of a German Merchant ship who may have suffered a heart attack.
    Commander Georges van Aalst, Commander.
    Lt. Kirsten Savelberg.
    Light Armored Vehicle (LAV)
    June 21, 2006 - An IED attack on a LAV-3 wounded four Canadian soldiers.
    May 17, 2006 - An RPG attack on an LAV III killed a Canadian Army Captain.
    Bison
    June 21, 2006 - A Bison tipped over and slightly wounded two Canadian soldiers.
    Space Systems
    July 2006 - Responded to 10 service requests which resulted in 99 specific effects.
    June 2006 - Responded to 13 service requests which resulted in 196 specific effects.
    Since June 1, 2006 Space Systems supported Requests. These requests yielded specific effects.
    USS Nicholas (FFG 47)
    HMS Lancaster
    Deployed from February 13, 2006 - July 7, 2006
    Provided protection for the French Carrier Charles de Gaulle.
    March 6, 2006 - Assisted the merchant ship Hyundai Fortune.
    Casasard
    HMS Montcalm
    HMS Saphir
    RMS Somme
    Mi-8
    November 23, 2009 - An Mi-8 crashed killing 3 civilians.
    July 19, 2009 - A Russian owned Mi-8 crashed and killed 16 civilians onboard.
    July 14, 2009 - Enemy fire shot down a civilian Mi-8, killing 8 Ukrainian civilians. An Afghan child was also killed on the ground.
    July 27, 2006 - An Mi-8 crashed killing all 16 onboard.
    Scimitar

    The Scimitar Mark 2 Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance (Tracked) has gone operational on Operation HERRICK 14 and is currently being used by the 9th/12th Royal Lancers in Lash Durai Junction, Helmand province.
    August 1, 2006 - An RPG attack immobilized an up-armored Scimitar.
    F/A-18
    HORNET An F/A-18 ground crew member is An Castaneda
    MH-47 Chinook/CH-47 Chinook

    May 2011 - A CH-47 airlfted the salvagable parts from the crashed Afghan Mi-17.
    April 2010 - A Chinook med-evaced Royal Marine Jason Nash.
    January 29, 2009 - RAF Chinooks flew Royal Marines from 42 Commando Group in a raid where an arms cache was found.
    September 26, 2007 - A Chinook med-evaced a wounded Uk soldier.
    October 2006 - Chinooks delivered 87 tons of reconstruction supplies to Pakistan, flew 60 hours, and transported 120 passengers including U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker for Pakistani earthquake reconstruction efforts.
    September 4, 2006 - Chinooks med-evaced Canadian soldiers who were accidentally wounded by a USAF A-10.
    August 2006 - RAF CH-47s supported Operation Snakebite.
    June 11, 2006 - A CH-47 recovered a crashed relief Mi-8 Hip helicopter and crew. The Mi-8 crashed on January 20, 2006.

    November 1, 2005 - A CH-47 was fired on with an RPG while it was delivering relief supplies in Pakistan.
    October 2005 - 5 x CH-47s supported earthquake relief operations in Pakistan.
    Transported food and supplies to straded villages during February 2005. They delivered aid to 350 people.
    Transported troops during Operation Warrior Sweep
    Supported an operation which resulted in 4 arrests.
    Supported Operation Valiant Strike
    CH-47s supported the battle near Spin Boldak (January 27-30, 2003)
    On October 29, 2002 an MH-47 transported three doctors of Aga Khan Dev. Network and 15 boxes of supplies to Darwaz to treat a Whooping Cough epidemic.
    CH-47s transported members of the 82nd Airborne division on their first offensive operation in Afghanistan.
    An MH-47E transported Special Forces troops in the PI.
    Chinooks helicopters ferried ammunition and supplies to US and Afghan troops fighting in the Shah-e-Kot range.
    CH-47s brought soldiers from the front lines to the base on March 11, 2002.
    Chinooks carried armored vehicles to the front during Operation Anaconda.
    Chinooks intercepted 3 vehicles carrying al-Qaeda troops. The operation ended with 16 al-Qaeda dead and two captured (one of them was wounded).
    Chinooks supported Royal Marine Commandoes on in Operation Ptarmigan. The support included transporting 105mm howitzers.
    Chinooks supported Operation Snipe, Operation Torii, & Operation Condor. The Chinooks supporting Operation Snipe were from 27 Squadron.
    An RAF Chinook involved in Operation Ptarmigan has the tail number of ZA710.
    Two MH-47s assisted in the rescue and recovery operation after Filipino forces sank a 25' outrigger crewed by terrorists.
    October 2009 - A US Army Chinook made a hard landing.
    August 20, 2009 - An RAF Chinook made an emergency landing.
    September 4, 2007 - A CH-47 made a precautionary landing.
    An MH-47 extracting the Rangers on the first commando raid lost its landing gear when it struck into an obsticle.
    A CH-47 had a hard landing on February 14, 2002 slightly injuring 2 US soldiers.
    Rotor blade wash from an CH-47 caused minor injuries to four people and blew some equipment around.
    A Chinook made a hard landing near Dah Rawoot on October 6, 2002.
    May 28, 2014 - A soldier died when a Chinook crashed.
    August 6, 2011 - Taliban forces shot down a CH-47 with an RPG. The attack killed 30 US Service members, including 22 members of US SEAL Team 6. 3 USAF members, and the 5 US Army crew members. A civilian interpreter and seven Afghan commandos were also killed in the crash. A working dog also died in the crash.
    August 10, 2010 A UK Chinook helicopter came into contact with a sangar mortally injuring a soldier.
    2010 - Gunfire damaged an RAF Chinook and wounded its pilot.
    October 26, 2009 - An MH-47 crashed killing all onboard.
    August 30, 2009 - An RAF CH-47 made a hard landing and was subsequently destroyed by ISAF forces..
    January 17, 2009 - A CH-47 made a hard landing under combat conditions, killing a soldier on board.
    May 30, 2007 - An RPG shot down a US Army CH-47, killing all on board.
    February 18, 2007 - Engine failure caused a CH-47 crash. The crash killed 8 military personnel and injured the other 14 military personnel on board.
    May 5, 2006 - A CH-47 crashed an killed all 10 soldiers onboard.
    December 4, 2005 - Enemy fire caused two CH-47s to make emergency landing in two separate incidents. One incident happened in Tarin Kowt where an Afghan National Guard soldier was injured. Another CH-47 landed near Kandahar where five U.S. Soldiers were injured.
    September 25, 2005 - A CH-47 crash killed five soldiers.
    July 27, 2005 - A CH-47 made a hard landing which caused a fire that destroyed the helicopter. There were no injuries.
    June 28, 2005 - Enemy fire apparently shot down a CH-47 killed all 16 on-board.
    June 22, 2005 - Small-arms and RPG fire damaged 2 CH-47s.
    April 6, 2005 - A CH-47 crash killed 18. The aircraft was known as Big Windy 25.
    April 24, 2003 - a CH-47 made a hard landing. US Forces destroyed the helicopter in place.
    Enemy hit two MH-47 with an RPG on 4 March, 2002. One Chinook, of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, made a hard landing and a US Navy SEAL, fell out of the helicopter. Three al-Qaedas captured then executed him. The second helicopter couldn't take off. It let out troops and four soldiers and two airmen were killed in the ensuing firefight. Enemy forces wounded another 11. Chinooks extraced the service members and bodies. Ground troops killed at least 12 enemy troops.
    On 21 February, 2002 a US Army Chinook crashed killing all on-board.
    A CH-47 crashed on January 29, 2002 injuring 16 US soldiers.
    Spartan
    August 4, 2009 - An IED attack on a Spartan killed a Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) soldier.
    August 1, 2006 - An RPG attack on a tracked Spartan killed three British soldiers.
    Howitzer 2000
    The Dutch militiary had Howitzer 2000s in Afghanistan.
    USS Eisenhower

    Commanding Officer, Capt. Dan Cloyd.
    June 20, 2009 - A sailor died from a non-combat related cause.
    December 31, 2006 - a seaman died from natural causes
    USS Alexandria
    Leopod
    Canadian Leopods are serving in Afghanistan.
    USS Ramage
    January 2007 - Conducted maritime security operations (MSO) to ensure continued security and stability of international waters surrounding the Horn of Africa.
    HMS Cornwall
    July 2007 - Completed Iraqi platform protection duties.
    Commodore Nick Lambert, task force commander.
    Cdr Jeremy Woods
    March 23, 2007 - The Iranian Navy captured 15 members of the HMS Cornwall crew while they were inspecting a merchant vessel. Among those captured are:
    Captain Christopher Air, Royal Marines † Lieutenant Felix Carman, Royal Navy † Leading Seaman Faye Turney † Marines Danny Masterton † Paul Barton
    Viking tracked all Terrain Vehicle
    January 10, 2007 - A Viking was struck by an RPG and sustained minor damage.
    July 21, 2010 - Small arms fire killed a soldier in a Viking..
    September 16, 2009 - An IED attack on a Viking killed a soldier of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment.
    May 22, 2009 - An IED attack on a Viking mortally wounded a Royal Marine, who died on May 27, 2009.
    Hind
    Ethiopean Hinds have attacked al Qaida targets in Somalia.
    Pinzgauer vehicle
    September 20, 2007 - A Pinzgauer came off the road. Two UK soldiers died in the accident.
    February 7, 2007 - A Royal Marine Pinzgauer was involved in a road accident. The driver was mortally injured.
    USS Denver
    June 2007 - USS Denver sailed from Bahrain with humanitarian supplies in case they were needed for Cyclone Gonu
    USNS Lewis & Clark (T-AKE 1)

    November 14, 30 2008 and January 21, 2009 - Replenished the USS Iwo Jima.
    October 1, 2007 - Replenished the USS Kearsarge.
    WMIK
    An attack on a WMIK with an IED and small arms killed one UK soldier and wounded 4 others.
    Land Rover
    September 26, 2007 - Land Rover drove over a land mine and one soldier was injured. Septmber 5, 2007 - An IED attack on a Landrover killed Two UK soldiers and an interpreter. Another soldier was injured. June 24, 2007 - An IED attack on a 'snatch' killed A UK soldier.
    USS Bainbridge
    June 13, 2019 - Assisted the tankers Kokuka Courageous and Front Altair that were damaged by missile strikes.
    October 2007 - Involved in Search and Rescue efforts after a volcano in Yemen.
    Mirage 2000

    USS James E. Williams
    August 9, 2012 - The USS Williams rescued the 12 crew members of an Iranian flagged dhow that was on fire.
    October 30, 2007 - Three corpsmen from the USS James E. Williams were part of a boarding party that assisted the North Korean vessel Dai Hong Dan. Three of the Dai Hong Dan's sailors were flown to the USS James E. Williams for treatment. The Dai Hong Dan's crew killed two pirates and captured five.
    June 19, 2014 - Boatswain¡¯s Mate Seaman Yeshabel Villotcarrasco died in a non-combat related incident aboard the USS James E. Williams.
    HMCS Charlottetown
    January 2008 - Assisted 5 mariners adrift in the Gulf of Aden.
    M2K
    March 21, 2008 - Dropped a GBU-12 on enemy combatants.
    Global Patriot
    March 25, 2008 - Fired two sets of warning shots at a boat that approached it in the Suez Canal. The shots killed an Egyptian civilian.
    Jackal
    July 16, 2011 - Small arms fire killed a soldier from 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's).
    April 25, 2008 - Fired warning shots against Iranian boats.
    Western Venture
    USS Momsen
    July 2008 - Assisted the Motor Vessel Lehmann Timber.
    HMS Edinburgh
    July 15, 2008 - Participated in an operation where 23 tons of narcotics was seized.
    USS Howard
    October 9, 2008 - An RAF Tristar refuelled F/A-18s.
    Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle
    A Warrior IFV captured a tractor and trailor that was transporting 200 kilos of hashish.
    March 6, 2012 - An IED attack on a Warrior armored vehicle apparently killed 6 UK soldiers..
    An IED attack on a Warrior IFV killed solder of the Gurkha rifles.
    Shadowed Motor Vessel Faina, a Ukranian ship, seized by pirates.
    Tristar Tankers K1/KC1
    KA-27
    February 9, 2009 - Investigated a fishing trawler in the Gulf of Aden.
    Admiral Vinogradov
    February 9, 2009 - A KA-27 from the Vinogradov investigated a fishing trawler in the Gulf of Aden.
    USS Vela Guf
    February 2009 - Captured 16 suspected pirates.
    C-17 Globemaster III

    USS San Antonio

    October 2013 - Nazih al-Ragye aka Abu Anas al-Liby was interrogated aboard the USS San Antonio.
    February 4, 2009 - a sailor was lost at sea.
    USS Hartford March 20, 2009 - The USS New Orleans collided with the USS Hartford. 15 USS Hartford sailors were slightly injured. Cmdr. Ryan Brookhart, the ship's captain was relieved of command.
    USS New Orleans March 20, 2009 - The USS New Orleans collided with the USS Hartford. The USS New Orleans suffered damage to a fuel tank.
    L118
    The gun fired its first round in anger from a rocky outcrop above Musa Qaleh in January 2009.
    Panther
    globemaster
    CH-146
    July 9, 2009 - A Canadian CH-146 crashed on takeoff and killed three, a Canadian airman, a Canadian and a British soldier.
    MC-12W Liberty

    Flew over 10,000 sorties and 300,000 flight hours.
    Tail # - 090646
    January 10, 2014 - An MC-12 crash killed Chief Warrant Officer Andrew L. McAdams & Sgt. Drew M. Scobieand a civilian.
    April 27, 2013 - An MC-12 crashed killing all four crew members.
    Lynx
    847 Naval Air Squadron received the Australia Shield.
    September 2010 - RAF Lynx helicopters delivered ballot boxes in support of Afghan elections.
    A Lynx helicopter crashed killing 5 UK service members.
    SIDM
    RQ-170 Sentinel

    An RQ-170 was involved in the mission where Osama Bin Laden was killed.
    December 2011 - Controllers lost contact with a Sentinel over Afghanistan. Iran claims its forces shot down the aircraft by using a mobile jamming signal. Iran recovered the aircraft intact.
    HMAS Towoomba
    Tornado

    USS De Wert
    December 9, 2009 - Assisted an Iranian dhow.
    Dragon Runners
    MV-22/CV-22 Osprey
    January 29, 2017 - An MV-22 had a hard landing in Yemen killing a U.S. Navy SEAL.
    Bu. No. 6724, 6734, 7902 - Transported Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta on his surprise visit to Afghanistan on March 14, 2012.
    CH-47/HC2 Chinook

    May 1, 2011 - Two Chinooks were involved in the operation to kill Osama Bin Laden.
    June 4, 2007 - A CH-47 brought troops in for an airborne assault on an arms cache. The captured equipment included; 30-60 mm mortars, seven AK-47 assault rifles, 32 AK-47 magazines, two 60 mm mortar tubes, one set of body armor and one military-style uniform.
    HC2 Chinook Number 7 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003 with right to emblazon.
    HC2 Chinook Number 18 Squadron earned the Battle Honor IRAQ 2003 without right to emblazon.
    There are 100 CH-47s serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    March 2006 - CH-47s supported Operation Swarmer.
    September 1, 2004 - An RAF Chinook delivered a casualty to a field hospital at Shaiboh.
    An RAF Chinook lifted a 4.5 ton pylon into position as part of the reconstruction of the southern marsh's power grid.
    An RAF Chinook flew a Quick Reaction Force to the scene where a UK soldier was killed, on August 27, 2003.
    Chinooks from the Royal Netherlands Air Force arrived on 30 July, 2003.
    A USMC Chinook found Sgt. Matthew Koppi and Spc. Jeffrey Klein.
    18 Squadron RAF is deploying as part of Operation Telic
    July 2, 2005 - A fire destroyed a CH-47. All passengers and crew exited safely.
    September 18, 2008 - A CH-47 went down, 7 soldiers died in the crash.
    May 5, 2006 - A CH-47 crashed killing all nine U.S. service members onboard..
    May 22, 2005 - A CH-47 made an emergency landing because of engine problems. Only minor injuries..
    April 16, 2004 - A US Army CH-47 crashed. Five soldiers were rescued by USAF Pave Hawk crews. One of the rescued soldiers was CWO Steve Froeschile.
    November 2, 2003 - Insurgents apparently shot down a US Army CH-47. The attack killed 16 soldiers and wounded 24.
    Wounded Include:
    Sgt Christopher Nelson † Sgt Raymond Littlefield † Pfc Scott Alan Timm
    Seven British soldiers were wounded when the Chinook they were flying in came under enemy fire while landing.
    April 8, 2010 - A CV-22 crashed killing three service members and a civilian employee. Other service members were injured. Enemy fire was ruled out as a cause.
    Trojan
    2010 - Are using the Python rocket as an IED Clearing device.
    Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System
    Killed 4 Taliban.
    Jackal patrol vehicle
    April 2010 - A Jackal patrol vehicle drove Marine Jason Nash, who was wounded by gunfire, to a forward operating base.
    Micro Air Vehicle
    Mastiff
    August 2010 - An IED attack on a Mastiff failed to wound any of the passengers and the Mastiff continued on its route.
    March 2010 - An IED damaged a Mastiff.
    Sangar
    August 13, 2010 - A Gurkha was killed by enemy fire while constructing a sangar.
    August 10, 2010 - A UK Chinook helicopter came into contact with a sangar mortally injuring a soldier.
    HMS Cumberland
    Acted in support of the French Aircraft Carrier Charles De Gaulle.
    C-27

    The C-27J has been 'time on target' in less than 24 hours.
    Afghan Air Force C-27s flew 304.6 hours in March 2011.
    The USAF decided to divest itself from the C-27. It concluded the C-130 could do the job at least as well.
    RFA Cardigan Bay
    Deployed three years.
    USS Halsey
    January 18, 2011 - A sailor fell overboard and drowned.
    Sea King

    UK Sea King helicopters flew 3,800 missions and logged 12,500 flying hours.
    Assisted in the capture of an insurgent.
    Assisted in the capture of heroin.
    Assisted in the capture of 7.2 tonnes of explosives.
    Passed on 70 intelligence tips.
    Gazelle
    June 11, 2011 - A French Gazelle crashed. One crew member was killed the other was injured.
    Sentinel R1

    January 2013 - A Sentinel from No 5 Squadron of the RAF deployed to Mali.
    RQ-7
    August 15, 2011- A Shadow collided with a C-130. The C-130 was slightly damaged. The Shadow crashed.
    Flew 20,000 hours.
    Mi-17V5
    Involved in a resue operation in July 2010 where 2,000 Afghans were rescued from flooding.
    USCGC Monomoy
    August 26, 2014 - Opened fire on an Iranian dhow.
    January 10, 2012 - Rescued 6 Iranian mariners from the sinking dhow Ya-Hussayn.
    USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70)

    A fighter pilot on the USS Vinson has the call sign "HiHo".
    H-28
    A U-28 crashed in Djibouti, Africa and killed four onboard.
    K-MAX

    K-MAX helicopters have flown over 600 missions, logged over 700 flight hours, and delivered over 2 million pounds of cargo.
    December 17, 2011 - A K-MAX delivered 3,500 pounds of cargo. It was the first resupply mission by an crewless helicopter.
    E-11A
    January 27, 2020 -An E-11A crashed in Ghazni province. Lt. Col. Paul K. Voss & Capt. Ryan S. Phaneuf died in the crash.
    Foxhound
    British army crews are training with the Foxhound.
    RC-26B
    Scan Eagle
    December 2012 - Iranians captured a Scan Eagle drone.
    M-28
    The M-28 flew combat air drop missions.
    Rafale
    February 2013 - French Rafale jets flew missions in Mali.
    Black Hornet Nano Unmanned Air Vehicle
    The UK is the first military to use nano air vehicles.
    Cessna C-208
    Afghan Air Force C-209s have flown 6,207 sorties. They have carried 28,257 passengers.
    February 11, 2013 - An Afghan Air Force C-208 transported 4 wounded soldiers.
    USS Abraham Lincoln
    H-450 Hermes
    Completed over 70,000 hours in Afghanistan.
    Voyager
    December 2013 - 2 RAF Voyager aircraft began flight operations between the UK and Afghanistan.
    Watchkeeper
    USS Ponce
    First ship to be deployed with a Laser Weapon System (LaAW).
    USS Essex
    September 27, 2018 - USS Essex F-35s flew the first combat mission for the F-35.
    June 29, 2015 - An Essex sailor died from a non-combat related cause.
    Heron
    RAAF Herons flew over 27,000 missions.
    A-19
    OV-10
    Phillipine Broncos carried out sorties against terrorists in Marawi.
    REMUS 600
    January 3, 2018 - Yemeni terrorists captured a REMUS 600, nicknamed "Smokey".
    F-35
    September 27, 2018 - USMC F-35s flew the first F-35 combat missions.

    Other Incidents

    U.S. Ground Forces

    3,500 NATO troops, including Americans, are in Macedonia as part of Operation Essential Harvest.
    They have collected 3,381 weapons.
    81 U.S. Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry and the 101st Airborne Division evacuated 350 Albanians, including 100 NCA fighters, from a suburb of Skopje, Macedonia to the rebel-controlled area of the Black Mountains. 20 American contractors drove the busses that carried the Albanians.(June 26, 2001)
    The U.S. Soldiers used 4 armored Humvees.
    A U.S. Army soldier stepped on a land mine and lost his foot. In a separate incident an Army Sergeant was shot and wounded when his vehicle, which had three US civilians from the US embassy was fired upon. (June 26, 2001)
    U.S. Army soldiers searched Krivenilc for victims of a mortor barrage. (March 29, 2001)
    U.S. Army Soldiers got into a fire fight with 5 or 6 ethnic Albanian guerrillas near Tanusevci, Macedonia. The fighting took place in Kosovo on March 7, 2001. U.S. troops wounded two of the guerrillas.

    Hunter RQ-5
    At least one US Army Hunter is in Macedonia as part of Operation Essential Harvest.
    On 26 June, 2001 a Hunter dispatched from Camp Sentry scouted for a convoy that was escorting Albanians from a rebel-controlled area of Macedonia so they could avoid armed Serbians.
    AH-64 Apache

    U.S. Army AH-64 helicopters have been monitoring the fighting in Macedonia from Kosovo. NATO investigators are studying video tapes taken from an Apache helicopter in their investigation of the mortor bombardment of Krivenilc, Kosovo. (29 March, 2001)
    NATO Peacekeepers set up a field hospital and treated 16 wounded from the Krivenilc bombardment. (March 29, 2001)

    C-130 Hercules

    Chinook
    At least one US Army Chinook provided logistical support for Operation Essential Harvest.
    EP-3 Aries II

    Merlin

    On 1 April, 2001 two PRC Navy Shenyang F-8 Finbacks intercepted an EP-3. One F-8 collided with the EP-3 and crashed. The EP-3 made an emergency landing on Hainam Island, PRC. The EP-3 belonged to Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron 1 of Patrol Wing 10. The crew consisted of 22 sailors, (three were women) one marine, and one airman:

    A Continental Micronesia Boeing 737 flew the crew from China to Guam. A US Navy C-9 Flew the Crew from Hawaii to their home base in Washington State.
    Two Antonov An-124 Ruslan (Condor) transports belonging to Polyot Air Cargo, Ltd., Voronezh, Russia, are carrying the EP-3 back to the US. Lockheed Martin contractors disassembled the EP-3. HNA Hotel Co, a Chinese company, supplied logistical support for Lockheed Martin.

    USNS Bowditch
    December 16, 2016 - A Chinese warship captured one of the USNS Bowditch's underwater drones.
    Afghan Super Tucanos conducted airstrikes near Farah, May 2018.

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