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Operation Arctic Sunrise
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra
Basra
* NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf
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Iraq War In Anbar Province
United States
United States
* Multi-National Forces West Iraq
Iraq
* Iraqi Army * Iraqi Police * Sahawa Al Anbar United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Iraqi insurgency List * Mujahideen Shura * al-Qaeda in Iraq
Iraq
* Ba\'ath Party Loyalists * 1920 Revolution Brigade * Jamaat Ansar al-Sunna * Hamas of Iraq
Iraq
COMMANDERS AND LEADERS United States
United States
List * Chuck Swannack * James T. Conway * John F. Sattler
John F. Sattler
* Stephen T. Johnson * Richard C. Zilmer * Walter Gaskin * John F
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Iraqi Insurgency (2003–06)
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra
Basra
* NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf *
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Ramadan Offensive
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra * NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf * Operation Airborne Dragon * Northern Delay * Viking Hammer * Samawah * 1st Karbala * Al Kut * Hillah * Green Line * Karbala Gap * BAGHDAD * Debecka Pass * Kani Domlan Ridge POST-INVASION INSURGENCY (2003–06) * AL ANBAR * 1ST RAMADAN * Red Dawn * SPRING 2004 * Al Kut * 1ST FALLUJAH * SADR CITY * 1st Ramadi * Husaybah * Danny Boy * 2nd Najaf * CIMIC-House * Samarra * 2ND FALLUJAH * Mosul * Lake Tharthar * Al Qaim * Hit * Haditha * Steel Curtain * Tal Afar * 2nd Ramadi * Together Forward * Diwaniya SECTARIAN VIOLENCE (2006-08) * 2ND RAMADAN * Sinbad * Amarah * Turki * DIYALA * Haifa Street * Karbala Raid * 3rd Najaf * Imposing Law * U.K
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Operation Red Dawn
USA Support: (alleged) Patriotic Union of Kurdistan * Peshmerga Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
and personal bodyguards COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Maj. Gen. Raymond Odierno Col. James Hickey Steve Russell Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
(POW) UNITS INVOLVED4th Infantry Division * 1st Brigade Combat Team Task Force 121 * Delta Force
Delta Force
* ISA STRENGTH 600 3 CASUALTIES AND LOSSES None 3 capturedOPERATION RED DAWN was an American military operation conducted on 13 December 2003 in the town of ad-Dawr , Iraq, near Tikrit , that led to the capture of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
. The operation was named after the 1984 film Red Dawn
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Iraq Spring Fighting Of 2004
Insurgent Forces: Ba\'ath Loyalists Jama\'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad Mahdi Army Other insurgent groups and militias Islamic Army
Army
in Iraq
Iraq
(largest Sunni militia) 1920 Battalions ( Sunni Islamists with an Iraq
Iraq
focus) Mujahin Army
Army
in Iraq, Army
Army
of Muhammad (both Sunni Islamists with professional military experience) Ansar-ul-Sunnah (spin-off from Ansar-ul-Islam) COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Gen
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Battle Of Debecka Pass
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra * NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf * Operation Airborne Dragon * Northern Delay * Viking Hammer * Samawah * 1st Karbala * Al Kut * Hillah * Green Line * Karbala Gap * BAGHDAD * Debecka Pass * Kani Domlan Ridge POST-INVASION INSURGENCY (2003–06) * AL ANBAR * 1ST RAMADAN * Red Dawn * SPRING 2004 * Al Kut * 1ST FALLUJAH * SADR CITY * 1st Ramadi * Husaybah * Danny Boy * 2nd Najaf * CIMIC-House * Samarra * 2ND FALLUJAH * Mosul * Lake Tharthar * Al Qaim * Hit * Haditha * Steel Curtain * Tal Afar * 2nd Ramadi * Together Forward * Diwaniya SECTARIAN VIOLENCE (2006-08) * 2ND RAMADAN * Sinbad * Amarah * Turki * DIYALA * Haifa Street * Karbala Raid * 3rd Najaf * Imposing Law * U.K
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Battle Of Baghdad (2003)
Decisive U.S. victory; * Fall of Ba\'ath Party rule * Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
deposed BELLIGERENTS Iraq
Iraq
United States
United States
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
(air support) COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein
Qusay Hussein Sayf al-Din al-Rawi Ra\'ad al-Hamdani GEORGE W. BUSH Tommy Franks David Petraeus
David Petraeus
Richard Natonski TONY BLAIR Brian Burridge STRENGTH 45,000 30,000 CASUALTIES AND LOSSES 1,700–2,120 killed (Independent estimate) 2,320 killed (U.S
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Battle Of Karbala (2003)
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra * NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf * Operation Airborne Dragon * Northern Delay * Viking Hammer * Samawah * 1st Karbala * Al Kut * Hillah * Green Line * Karbala Gap * BAGHDAD * Debecka Pass * Kani Domlan Ridge POST-INVASION INSURGENCY (2003–06) * AL ANBAR * 1ST RAMADAN * Red Dawn * SPRING 2004 * Al Kut * 1ST FALLUJAH * SADR CITY * 1st Ramadi * Husaybah * Danny Boy * 2nd Najaf * CIMIC-House * Samarra * 2ND FALLUJAH * Mosul * Lake Tharthar * Al Qaim * Hit * Haditha * Steel Curtain * Tal Afar * 2nd Ramadi * Together Forward * Diwaniya SECTARIAN VIOLENCE (2006-08) * 2ND RAMADAN * Sinbad * Amarah * Turki * DIYALA * Haifa Street * Karbala Raid * 3rd Najaf * Imposing Law * U.K
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Battle Of Al Kut (2003)
Iraq
Iraq
* Iraqi Republican Guard * Fedayeen Saddam United States COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Saleh Hammadi Salmani Mohammad Ibrahim Sulaiman Col. Joe W. Dowdy UNITS INVOLVED Numerous elements of the Medina division and the Baghdad
Baghdad
Division Part of the 1st Marine Division
1st Marine Division
STRENGTH 2500-3000 men unspecified CASUALTIES AND LOSSESHeavy. Many T-62 tanks, APC's, and Mk83's destroyed. At least 150–250 killed. 2000–2500 captured
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Battle Of Hillah (2003)
Decisive Coalition Victory Destruction of the Medina Division. BELLIGERENTS United States
United States
Poland
Poland
Iraq
Iraq
COMMANDERS AND LEADERS Colonel Joseph Anderson Unknown UNITS INVOLVED United States
United States
: * 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (United States) * 1st Marine Division
1st Marine Division
* 502nd Infantry Regiment (United States) * 101st Airborne Division
101st Airborne Division
Poland
Poland
: * Polish special forces Iraq
Iraq
: Republican Guard * R.G
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Battle Of Al Kut
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra * NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf * Operation Airborne Dragon * Northern Delay * Viking Hammer * Samawah * 1st Karbala *
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First Battle Of Fallujah
INVASION (2003) * Umm Qasr * Al Faw * 1st Basra * NASIRIYAH * Raid on Karbala * Battle of Haditha Dam * 1st Najaf * Operation Airborne Dragon * Northern Delay * Viking Hammer * Samawah * 1st Karbala * Al Kut * Hillah * Green Line * Karbala Gap * BAGHDAD * Debecka Pass * Kani Domlan Ridge POST-INVASION INSURGENCY (2003–06) * AL ANBAR * 1ST RAMADAN * Red Dawn * SPRING 2004 * Al Kut * 1ST FALLUJAH * SADR CITY * 1st Ramadi * Husaybah * Danny Boy * 2nd Najaf * CIMIC-House * Samarra * 2ND FALLUJAH * Mosul * Lake Tharthar * Al Qaim * Hit * Haditha * Steel Curtain * Tal Afar * 2nd Ramadi * Together Forward * Diwaniya SECTARIAN VIOLENCE (2006-08) * 2ND RAMADAN * Sinbad * Amarah * Turki * DIYALA * Haifa Street * Karbala Raid * 3rd Najaf * Imposing Law * U.K
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Second Battle Of Fallujah
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (Commander of Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad) Abdullah Jannabi (Preacher) Omar Hadid † (Field Commander) Abu Ayyub al-Masri Abdullah Shaddad (Field Commander) Saleem-Banishari † (Ansar-ul-Islam Commander) STRENGTH 10,500 troops 2,000 security forces 850 troops TOTAL: 13,350 troops ≈3,700–4,000 insurgents CASUALTIES AND LOSSES AMERICAN: 95 killed, 560 wounded (54 killed and 425 wounded from 7 to 16 November) IRAQI: 8–11 killed, 43 wounded BRITISH: 4 killed, 10 wounded TOTAL: 107–110 killed, 613 wounded 1,500–2,000 killed, 1,500 captured 581–670 civilians killed (
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Battle Of Samarra (2004)
1st Infantry Division * 2nd Brigade CT 25th Infantry Division * 2nd Brigade CT 7th Iraqi Army Battalion 202nd Iraqi National Guard Battalion Iraqi 36th Commando Battalion STRENGTH 500-1,000 3,000 troops 2,000 troops CASUALTIES AND LOSSES 127 killed, 60 wounded, 128 captured 1 killed (U.S.) 20 civilians killed, 61 wounded * v * t * e Iraq War
Iraq War
TIMELINE * 2003 * 2004 * 200
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