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DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS


ABLE SENTRY

CONTINUE HOPE

DAGUET

DENY FLIGHT

DESERT CALM

A nickname given to OPERATION DESERT FAREWELL. An example of it's use appears in a Washington Post article by Caryle Murphy entitled " Remaining U.S. Troops Wait Out 'Operation DESERT CALM'", 8 June 1991, p. A1, Saturday, Final Edition.

DESERT FAREWELL

DESERT SABRE

DESERT SHIELD

DESERT STORM

DESERT SWORD:

Early name given to Operation DESERT SABRE.

EASTERN EXIT

FIERY VIGIL

GHOST ZONE

GRANBY

GREEN SWEEP

GTMO

HURRICANE ANDREW

JTF-120

JTF-ALASKA OIL SPILL

JTF-LA

JTF-PHILIPPINES

JTF-SOMALIA

This is the broad term used for all operations in Somalia.

JUST CAUSE

MEDFLAG

MILITARY SUPPORT TO U.S. EMBASSY, FREETOWN

MULTINATIONAL FORCE AND OBSERVERS

NIMROD DANCER

PATRIOT DEFENDER

POPLAR TREE

PRODUCTIVE EFFORT

Original name of Operation SEA ANGEL.

PROMOTE LIBERTY

PROVEN FORCE

PROVIDE COMFORT

PROVIDE COMFORT II

PROVIDE HOPE

PROVIDE PROMISE

PROVIDE REFUGE

PROVIDE RELIEF

PROVIDE TRANSITION

QUICK LIFT

RESTORE HOPE

SEA ANGEL

Originally called "Operation PRODUCTIVE EFFORT". Named was changed when victims referred to forces as "Angels from the Sea".

SEA ANGEL II

SHARP EDGE

SOUTHERN WATCH

STEEL BOX

TYPHOON INIKI

TYPHOON OMAR

VICTOR SQUARED


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