Gulf Wars

Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan

 

Chronology of the Gulf Wars - from TV series "Frontline"
Voices in the Storm    - from "Frontline", 4-part BBC Radio series
Lest They Be Forgotten Flags
Operation Desert Storm - U.S. History.org
Operation Desert Storm: 25 Years Since the First Gulf War - Photos from the Atlantic Photo
Persian Gulf War - Article & Photos from History.com
U.S. Marines Minefield Assault: 12 hours before Operation Desert Storm
The U.S. Military and the Persian Gulf War - Tim Thompson's website
Operation Desert Storm & Desert Shield: Valorous Unit Award Citations
Timeline of the Iraq War 2003-2010 - Wikipedia
The Iraq War - Wikipedia
7 Years in Iraq: An Iraq War Timeline - from Time.com, A Brief History, Month by Month
War in Afghanistan (2001-2014)  - Wikipedia
War in Afghanistan (1978- present) - Wikipedia, the beginning
U.S. Army Center for Military History
Timeline: The Iraq War 2003-2011 - Interactive presentation from Council on Foreign Relations
The Persian Gulf War - NCPedia

Casualties

 

Operation Enduring Freedom Casualties-Iraq and Afghanistan-2003-2016 - numbers by year
American Military Casualties Since May 1st 2003 - listed by Dates & Name
The Faces of Those Who Died in Iraq & Afghanistan -CNN, with clickable map
Operation Iraqi Freedom List of Fatalities by State -2003-2011 from icasualties.org
Casualty List Operation Enduring Freedom - up to present date, Casualties.org
U.S. War Casualties-Afghanistan, by Date -includes name with brief details of each fatality
Honor the Fallen -from Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn
North Carolina Afghanistan War Casualties - up-to-date from VetFriends

Statewide Files

 

News Articles of those killed in Iraq & Afghanistan with NC ties
Persion Gulf War Units
Gulf Wars -KIA

County Files

 

Burke Gulf War, Post 911, Iraq-Afghanistan
Cabarrus 22 year old Army PFC Kenneth J. Jackson was from Concord. Official terminology is "killed, non-hostile" (Submitted by Carson Turner)
Cabarrus Army Sgt. David B. Parson, 30, Kannapolis, N.C.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, 1st Armored Division, Friedburg, Germany; shot and killed while conducting a raid on a house in Baghdad July 6.
 
 
 

Image courtesy of By J.R. Roark, US Marines - DM-ST-91-11600, Public Domain,

NCGenWeb Military Project: Gulf Wars

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Last updated:  November 07, 2016