4 years in Korea 1950-53Nearly 5 million people
died. More than half of these
–about 10 percent of Korea's prewar population–were civilians. (This rate of civilian casualties was higher than World War II's and the Vietnam War's.) Almost 40,000 Americans died in action in Korea, and more than 100,000 were wounded1 year against Cuba 1961
Components of Brigade 2506 landed at the Bay of Pigs on April 17, 1961 and were defeated
within 2 days by Cuban armed forces under the direct command of Castro.16 years in Vietnam 1960-75
In 1995 Vietnam released its official estimate of the number of people killed during the Vietnam War: as many as 2,000,000
civilians People's Army of Vietnam /Viet Cong forces killed around 164,000 civilians
in democide between 1954 and 1975 in South Vietnam, from a range of between 106,000 and 227,000, plus another 50,000 killed in North Vietnam. More than 1 million civilians were killed by the American army.
The U.S. military has estimated that between 200,000 and 250,000 South Vietnamese soldiers died.
US and allied military deaths 282,000Invaded Panama 1989
Nearly 26,000 combat troops deployed, with just under half being from bases in the United States. Two dozen targets were attacked throughout the country, using a wide spectrum of tactical operations including Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT), Air-Assault, Airborne, and Special ForcesPersian Gulf War 1990-91 vs iraq
The human toll of the Persian Gulf war — as many as 100,000 deaths, 5 million displaced persons and over $200 billion in property damage — ranks this conflict as the single most devastating event in the Middle East since World War I.
1995–1996 Intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina United States as part of NATO acted as peacekeepers
in former Yugoslavia
On August 30, 1995, NATO officially launched Operation Deliberate Force with large-scale bombing of Serb targets. The bombing lasted until September 20, 1995 and involved attacks on 338 individual targets
The post-conflict casualty reports of the Yugoslav government vary but coincide in estimating a death toll of at least some 1,200 and as many as 5,000 civilians.2001-2021 - 22 years in Afganistan
Afghan national military and police: 66,000.
Other allied service members, including from other NATO member states: 1,144.Afghan civilians: 47,245
.Taliban and other opposition fighters: 51,191
Estimated amount of direct Afghanistan and Iraq war costs that the United States has debt-financed as of 2020: $2 trillion
2003-2011 - 9 years in Iraq
Documented deaths from violence:
Iraq Body Count (2003 – 14 December 2011): 103,160–113,728
civilian deaths recorded and 12,438 new deaths added from the Iraq War Logs
2014-2017 - more Iraq
So around: 3718728 civilian deaths with more than [b]2,5million civilian deaths
(Korea) not entirely responsible by USA,so around 1,2 million civilians KILLED only by the USA,if they killed 0 Korean civilians.[/b] and at least close to 4 million non
soldiers in wars that they took part.
And around 250k-300k soldiers that were killed by Americans. So for every 5 or 6 people you kill,one of them is a soldier and for every 100 people that died in wars that the US of A took place,7 of them were soldiers.
You cant make this shit up.
Huurray for the good guys
In the past 70 years about 55-60 of these years america is on war with some country.
Ammmeeeericaaaa fuuuck yeea. World police.
Loookee there..its the liberators. The golden boyzzz..