This Syndrome has been researched since the end of the Gulf War and still not all the answers have been found.Not only have thousands of troops suffered from this syndrome, but also their families have developed some symptoms related to this syndrome.
An interesting fact is that during the Iran-Iraq war of 1980, Kuwait was an ally of Iraq.
They want to put an end to the invasion of Kuwait for good, and to prevent Saddam Hussein from seizing the oil fields of Kuwait.
Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi president called the upcoming war “the great duel, the mother of all battles.” Bush said that “This will not stand this aggression against Kuwait.” But what was the Gulf War about anyway.
Oil production, oil prices, the Iraqi debt owed to Kuwait, and the aims of Iraq to increase its control in Kuwait served as a trigger for this attack....
[tags: Irak invasion of Kuwait, US intervention] - Merchant Mariners in the Gulf War Keyser, Mackoy, Fuss, Matthews The Military Sealift Command Fleet has been an instrument of great importance when it comes to facilitating the needs of the Navy.
The fact is America got to where she is through failures, miscalculations, terrorism, conspiracy, and lying to its very own people through many facets of foreign policies and actions in other countries.