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Recent Summary.     Click for More > U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends Thousands of Afghan war docs go online US cut missile defence plan. Washington Obama to pull troops from Iraq in 2010. Washington US to send 3,000 more troops to Afgh-an. Washington Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working. U.S. Congress Bush boosts troop numbers in Iraq. Washington U.S. launches offensive in Najaf. Iraq Bush calls end to 'major combat'   U.S. Launches War Against Iraq   After air raid sirens went off across Baghdad, anti-aircraft fire and explosions were heard   U.S. intervenes in Korean War   South Korea: The Security Council recommending to provide military assistance to the Republic of Korea. Truman ordered U.S. forces to help South Korea   North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) signed at Washington  Talks for a new military alliance began resulting in the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed in Washington, D.C.   Japan surrender signed   Tokyo: The surrender of the Empire of Japan was announced by Imperial Japan, bringing the hostilities of World War II to a close Surrender of Japan. Tokyo U.S. enters World War I. Washington
Trump vows 'fight to win' in Afghanistan. Washington Trump warns N Korea that US military is 'locked and loaded'. Washington North Korea says considering missile strike on Guam US deploys 275 'military personnel'. Baghdad Japan agrees Okinawa US base move US to end ban on women in combat. Washington NATO summit Oks Obama's Afghan timetable. Chicago Last US troops withdraw from Iraq
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B. 09-03 North Korea threat: Mattis warns of 'massive military response' Pentagon, Washington
C. 08-21 Trump vows 'fight to win' in Afghanistan Washington
D. 08-17 USS Fitzgerald: US Navy to discipline dozen sailors Washington
E. 08-13 N. Korea 'on standby to launch,' in response to Trump's warnings North Korea
5. 08-11 Trump does not rule out military response to Venezuela crisis Washington
6. 08-11 Trump warns N Korea that US military is 'locked and loaded' Washington
08-08 North Korea says considering missile strike on Guam North Korea
8. 08-08 Trump threatens N Korea after they have miniaturized a nuclear warhead Washington
J. 07-30 US, allies prepared to use 'overwhelming force' in N Korea Washington


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North Korea threat: Mattis warns of 'massive military response'. Washington   Trump vows 'fight to win' in Afghanistan   Washington: President Donald Trump has said a hasty US withdrawal from Afghanistan would leave a vacuum for terrorists to fill   Trump warns N Korea that US military is 'locked and loaded'   Washington: President Donald Trump says the US military is 'locked and loaded' to deal with North Korea, ramping up the rhetorical brinkmanship   North Korea says considering missile strike on Guam  North Korea has said it is considering carrying out missile strikes on the US Pacific territory of Guam Trump threatens N Korea after they have miniaturized a nuclear warhead. Washington Trump's transgender military ban 'not worked out yet'. Washington US troops to stay in Afghanistan in policy shift US announces new tank and artillery deployment in Europe. Baltics Obama 'to send 500 more troops to Iraq'. Washington US sends more military advisors to Iraq. Washington Obama authorises US Iraq air strikes. Washington   US deploys 275 'military personnel'   Baghdad: Up to 275 US 'military personne' are being sent to Iraq to provide security for the US embassy and other personnel, the White House says U.S. paratroopers in Poland amid crisis Japan agrees Okinawa US base move   Japan has approved the relocation of a US military airbase on its southern island of Okinawa, officials said Obama: Military ready for attacking Syria if diplomacy fails. Washington Obama to seek Congress vote on Syria. Washington France backs US on Syria action. Paris US 'ready' to launch Syria strike. Washington Obama defends 'just' drones war. Washington US to end ban on women in combat   Washington: US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has decided to lift the military's ban on women serving in combat, a senior Pentagon official has said   NATO summit Oks Obama's Afghan timetable   Chicago: NATO leaders signed off on President Obama's exit strategy from Afghanistan that calls for an end to combat operations next year Last US troops withdraw from Iraq


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Aug.17  USS Fitzgerald: US Navy to discipline dozen sailors
Aug.13  N. Korea 'on standby to launch,' in response to Trump's warnings
Aug.11  Trump does not rule out military response to Venezuela crisis
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Jul.30  US, allies prepared to use 'overwhelming force' in N Korea
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Jun.26  US warns Syria over 'potential' plan for chemical attack


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Apr.12  Trump says NATO 'no longer obsolete'


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Oct.25  Trump: Clinton's foreign policy plan would start WWIII


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Jun.16  US diplomats press for strikes against Assad


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May.29  Donald Trump: Migrants treated better than military veterans


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Oct.30  Obama to send special forces to fight IS
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Sep.28  Russia considers joining anti-IS air strikes
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May.24  Iraqi forces lack will to fight - Ashton Carter


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Sep.10  Obama threatens action in Syria
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Jun.24  US forces arrive in Baghdad to advise Iraqi troops
Jun.19  US to send military advisers to Iraq
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Apr.30  U.S. military planning Syria options
Mar.15  U.S. to beef up missile defense against North Korea
Feb.24  US forces 'must leave' Afghan region
Feb.13  Obama: 34,000 U.S. troops out of Afghanistan
Feb.5  Drone strikes legal case revealed
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Jan.11  Obama and Karzai discuss endgame


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Dec.14  U.S. sending troops, missiles to Turkey
Sep.9  US to hand Bagram back to Afghans
Aug.31  Ex-SEAL warned over bin Laden book
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Apr.26  US and Japan reach Okinawa deal
Jan.26  US to cut almost 100,000 troops
Jan.5  Obama unveils smaller US military


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Dec.17
  The last convoy of US troops to leave Iraq has entered Kuwait, nearly nine years after the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein
 The column of about 100 armoured vehicles carrying 500 soldiers crossed the Iraqi desert. At the peak of the operation there were 170,000 US troops
Dec.15 US flag ceremony ends war in Iraq. Baghdad Dec.14  Obama speech marks end of Iraq war Nov.16  US to send marines to Australia Oct.21  Obama: Iraq war will be over by year's end Jun.22 Obama orders cut in Afghan force. Washington Jun.15  White House defends mission in Libya May.25  US to reduce troops in Pakistan May.6  Obama meets Bin Laden raid team Apr.21  Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya Mar.28  Obama defends Libya intervention

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Dec.22 Obama signs law ending military gay ban
. Washington Oct.22 WikiLeaks releases 400,000 Iraq papers Oct.12 US judge rejects gay military ban Aug.31 U.S. combat mission in Iraq ends   At 5 p.m. ET -- at a cost of more than 4,400 U.S. military personnel killed and 30,000 wounded -- thes combat mission officially drew to a close Aug.18  Last US combat brigade quits Iraq Jul.25   Thousands of Afghan war docs go online  A whistle-blower website has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about Afghanistan filed between 2004 and January 2010 Jul.3  Petraeus takes over Afghan campaign May.3  Japan scraps US base move plan

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Dec.8  McChrystal: Next 18 months 'critical' Dec.1 Obama: 3-year plan to end Afghan war
. Upstate New York Nov.30  Obama issues new Afghan orders Oct.30  Deal allows U.S. to use Colombia bases Oct.5  US 'needs time' on Afghan troops Sep.20  US in Afghanistan failure warning Sep.16   US cut missile defence plan   Washington: The US will abandon its plan to develop a missile system in Poland and the Czech Republic because Iran's missile program was less advanced Jul.1 U.S. launches 'major operation'. Southern Afghanistan Mar.29  U.S. prepared to hit targets in Pakistan Mar.27  US rethinks Afghanistan strategy Mar.13  US drops 'enemy combatant' term Feb.26   Obama to pull troops from Iraq in 2010  Washington: President Obama is planning to pull all combat troops out of Iraq by August 2010, which falls short of his campaign promise Feb.19 Parliament votes to close key U.S. base. Kyrgyzstan Feb.17  US to boost troops in Afghanistan Feb.6  Kyrgyz closure of US base 'final'

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Dec.19 US to send 3,000 more troops to Afgh-an  Washington: Defense Secretary Robert Gates has signed a deployment order to move an additional 3,000 troops next year as a part of a combat aviation bri... Nov.16  Iraq cabinet backs US troops deal Sep.15  Gates arrives to oversee command change Sep.10  Pakistan orders end to foreign incursions Sep.9  Bush reshuffles war-zone troops Aug.28  Putin: U.S. orchestrated Georgian war Aug.7  U.S. troops may leave by 2011 Jul.8  US and Czechs sign defence deal Apr.10  Bush backs Iraq withdrawal freeze Apr.4  Blackwater Iraq contract to be renewed Mar.19  Bush speech hails Iraq 'victory'

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Dec.18  Senate passes $70B in war funds Dec.16  'US backed' Turkish raids on Iraq Oct.29  US hands over Karbala to Iraqis Sep.14  Report shows meager gains in Iraq Sep.13  Bush pledges Iraq troop reduction Sep.10   Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working   U.S. Congress: U.S. commander told a fractious congressional hearing that the 30,000 troops deployed to Iraq in January could come home by next July May.24  Congress backs Iraq funding bill Apr.26 Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
. U.S. Senate Mar.27 Senate votes for Iraq deadline. U.S. Senate Jan.10   Bush boosts troop numbers in Iraq   Washington: President will send more than 20,000 extra troops, as part of a new strategy for the future of US involvement Jan.4  Bush revamps US military in Iraq

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Dec.20  Bush: Army need to increase in size Mar.19  Debate over Iraq strong as ever Jan.25  Report: Army stretched to breaking point

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Dec.22  US to make Iraq troop level cuts Nov.30 Bush outlines Iraq 'victory plan'
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Aug.11   U.S. launches offensive in Najaf   Iraq: The military launched a major offensive against militants loyal to renegade Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr Mar.29 Bush welcomes NATO's new seven
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May.1   Bush calls end to 'major combat'   From the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln President delivers a nationally televised address Mar.19   U.S. Launches War Against Iraq
  After air raid sirens went off across Baghdad, anti-aircraft fire and explosions were heard
 Blair ordered British forces to take part in the action to protect against a new threat of 'disorder and chaos'. Saddam that denounced the U.S.-led military campaign as 'criminal'. A convoy of U.S. tanks rolled unopposed through the desert toward the Iraqi capital. Dozens of Iraqi troops surrendered with white flags to British marines.


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Aug.8  Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'

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Sep.15 Bush says US is at war
before year 2000
Jun. 27, 1950   U.S. intervenes in Korean War
   South Korea: The Security Council recommending to provide military assistance to the Republic of Korea. Truman ordered U.S. forces to help South Korea
Apr. 4, 1949   North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) signed at Washington
  Talks for a new military alliance began resulting in the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed in Washington, D.C.
Sep. 2, 1945   Japan surrender signed Map of Tokyo Bay Japan
  Tokyo: The surrender of the Empire of Japan was announced by Imperial Japan, bringing the hostilities of World War II to a close
Aug. 15, 1945   Surrender of Japan
Map of Tokyo  Tokyo: By the end of July 1945, the Japanese Navy was incapable of conducting major operations and an Allied invasion of Japan was imminent Apr. 6, 1917 U.S. enters World War I  Washington: After two and a half years of efforts by President Woodrow Wilson to keep the United States neutral during World War I