US Intervention From 1982 to Present

A retrospective look at U.S. military action, from the Reagan era through the Obama administration.
1:06 | 08/30/13

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1982 the Lebanese president Bashir Jeremiah has been assassinated president Ronald Reagan -- organizes a multinational force. And since US Marines in to stabilize the government. 1990s. The US takes on Panama's defensive forces to overthrow dictator Manuel Noriega accused of suppressing democracy. 1994. The US enters Haiti after its first democratically elected president he's overthrown in a coup -- Jean Bertrand Aristide is returned to the president's. 1999. Serbia's president Slobodan Milosevic is accused of ethnic cleansing against Kosovar Albanians. The US leads and NATO bombing campaign over Yugoslavia. Milosevic's forces agree to withdraw from coast of up. And most recently in Libya 2011. After decades of conflict US launches airstrikes on Libya. President Moammar Gadhafi goes into hiding and his later killed by rebel forces.

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