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List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War

List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War
This is a list of known Coalition military operations of the Iraq War. As of July 2007 There were over 500 known named operations attributed to the ongoing conflict in Iraq. This is not a complete list, but it continues to grow as more operations occur or are identified. Operations are initially listed alphabetically. These tables have a sort function built into them allowing the reader to sort by any column in ascending or descending order. If you want to sort, select the icon that looks like a sideways hourglass in the column header of the column you want to sort by.

Iraq War Operations 2003
See also: 2003 and 2003 in Iraq Though the initial war lasted for only 21 days the coalition soon found themselves fighting insurgent forces more and more often. Additionally, with the increasing use of guerilla tactics, suicide bombings and improvised explosive devices, just walking down the street became extremely dangerous. Upon completion of the initial conflict the coalition troops began counterinsurgency, humanitarian, security and various other types of operations in order to stabilize the country and make it safe for the Iraqi people. From the end of the initial war until the present day, these are the types of operations that coalition troops continue to complete in efforts to eliminate the insurgency and anti-coalition forces. Surrender of Monafiqeen-e-Khalq For more details on this topic, see Surrender of Monafiqeen-e-Khalq (2003).

Areas of responsibility in Iraq as of 30 April, 2004 the United States and United Kingdom led to a growing armed resistance, usually called the "Iraqi insurgency" (referred to by the mainstream media and coalition governments). The anti-occupation/anti-coalition forces are believed to be predominantly, but not exclusively, Iraqi Sunni Muslim Arabs, plus some foreign Arab and Muslim fighters, some of the latter tied to al-Qaeda. Several minor coalition members have pulled out of Iraq; this has been widely considered a political success for the anti-occupation forces. Despite this, there was a reduction in violence throughout Iraq in the start of 2004 due to reorganization within the insurgent forces. During this time the tactics used by coalition forces were studied and the insurgency began to plan a new strategy. The calm did not last long however and once the insurgency had regained its footing attacks resumed and increased. Throughout the remainder of 2004 and continuing into the present day, the insurgency has employed Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) and bombings as their primary means of combating the coalition forces. This has led to hundreds of Iraqi civilians and police killed in addition to the coalition forces they were fighting. Many were killed in a series of massive bombings at mosques and shrines throughout Iraq. The bombings indicated that as the

Counterinsurgency Operations 2004
See also: 2004 and 2004 in Iraq During the early occupation, a number of widely-cited humanitarian, tactical, and political errors by coalition planners, particularly

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Battle/Operation Name Operation Iraqi Freedom From Date To Date

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Location Iraq Kirkuk Purpose/Result U.S. invasion/occupation of Iraq Counterinsurgency: Objective was to seize the city, the northern oil fields and several military airfields in the area Forward Presence: Was the code name for the operation to deploy force elements and prepare for possible combat operations in Iraq

20030319 Ongoing 2003????

Operation Option 2003???? North

Operation Bastille

200209?? 200303?? Throughout Iraq

Objective Buford

200303?? 200303?? Bashur, near Security: Set up a perimeter and the city of traffic checkpoints around an airfield, which has a runway 6,700 feet. 20030318 200306?? throughout Iraq Contingency: Australian operations during the invasion of Iraq Contingency: Italian peacekeeping mission in Nasiriyah Battle: Was the first military confrontation in the Second Iraq War. Battle: During the fighting 18 Marines and 11 soldiers were killed and about 50 were wounded, while the Iraqi resistance was crushed fairly rapidly thereafter. Security: Forced the Iraqi Army to maintain approximately six divisions in the area to protect its northern flank, providing strategic relief for Coalition Forces advancing on Baghdad Battle: The invasion of the city commenced three days after Allied forces had secured the Baghdad airport

Operation Falconer

Operation Antica 20030715 20061201 Nasiriyah Babilonia Battle of Umm Qasr Battle of Nasiriyah 20030321 20030325 Umm Qasr 20030323 20030329 Nasiriyah

Operation North- 20030326 20030326 Bashur ern Delay Airfield

Battle of Baghdad 20030403 20030412 Baghdad (2003)

Battle of Debecka 20030406 20030406 Debecka Pass Battle: To secure a major crossroads Pass near the village of Debecka Operation Airborne Dragon |20030407 Bashur Airfield, northern Iraq Contingency: Marked the beginning of the first expeditionary insertion of a U.S. armored force into combat by air.

Operation Planet 20030515 20030515 A village near Contingency: American raid to capX Ad Dawr and ture Ba’athists

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Al Dur, 11 mi (18 km) north of Tikrit

Operation Penin- 20030609 20030613 Balad sula Strike

Contingency: American raid to capture Ba’athists.

Operation Desert 20030612 20070803 Al-Qurna dis- Contingency: Codename for Danish Snowplough trict North of operations under British command. Basra Operation Desert 20030615 20030629 Fallujah, Scorpion (Iraq from Kirkuk 2003) in the north to Taji in the south Operation 20030615 20030616 Throughout Spartan Scorpion Iraq Contingency: American raid to capture Ba’athists. (included a number of lesser operations such as Scorpion Sting, Spartan Scorpion and Rifles Scorpion) Contingency: Consisted of nationwide raids designed to remove all remaining Ba’ath Party, non-compliant forces and paramilitary forces

Operation Scorpi- 20030616 20030616 the Thawra Contingency: Coalition soldiers on Sting neighborhood found and confiscated three pistols, of Baghdad one rifle, two mortar rounds and detained 31 suspected criminals Operation Sidewinder 20030629 20030707 a city about Contingency: Raids against suspec20 kilometers ted Hussein supporters. Was deeast of al Taji signed in support of Operation Desert Scorpion. It involved the 4th Infantry Division, who were tasked with securing highways.[1] 200307?? 200307?? Baghdad Security: Was designed to collect dangerous ordinance and transport it out of the city where it can be safely handled or destroyed Security: Destroyed a series of stationary targets without risk of civilian casualties but with high visibility. Was an assault conducted by the 4th Infantry Brigade in Tikrit, primarily as a show of force to deter terrorist and anti-coalition forces. The 1st Battalion, 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment destroyed a series of stationary targets without risk of civilian casualties but with high visibility. Troops also destroyed Iraqi tanks using high explosive munitions. No one was reported injured in the operation. Contingency: The codename under which all British operations of the 2003 Invasion of Iraq and after are being conducted

Operation Iron Bullet

Operation Tyr

200307?? 200307?? Tikrit

Operation Telic

20030711 Ongoing

throughout Iraq

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Operation Ivy Serpent

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Counterinsurgency: Was a preemptive strike focused aggressively on non-compliant forces and former regime leaders who are planning attacks against coalition forces in an attempt to hinder coalition and Iraqi efforts in building a new Iraq. Was an American anti-insurgent sweep in Sallahadin and Diala provinces. It was conducted concurrently with Operation Soda Mountain. The operation was centered on a section of Highway 1 north of Baghdad near the towns of Bayji, Huwayiah, and Samarra. The American action was based on the Fourth Infantry Division whose insignia is ivy. This is a play on the Roman numeral "IV". Counterinsurgency: To increase reconnaissance and presence throughout the whole of Iraq to deter, disrupt and rapidly defeat attacks on coalition forces. Was a nationwide sweep by American and Coalition Forces against insurgents and remnants of the former regime conducted from 12 June, to 17 June, 2003. As a result of this series of almost 150 raids, 62 Ba’athist leaders were captured and a large number of weapons seized. Simultaneously, humanitarian missions such as repairing and rebuilding public buildings were conducted. Conducted roughly concurrently with Operation Ivy Serpent. Humanitarian: Australian rehabilitation and reconstruction Counterinsurgency: Troops of the 101st Airborne Division stormed the residence of Samir Abd Al-Aziz AlNajim, the central Baath Party chairman for Baghdad Counterinsurgency: A number of small weapons stores were uncovered. Was a raid conducted by elements of the U.S. 4th Infantry Division. A number of small weapons stores were uncovered. The names of many operations of the 4th Infantry Division took the name "Ivy", a pun on the Roman numeral "IV."

20030712 20030721 a region along Highway 1 between the cities of Bayji, Huwayiah and Samarra

Operation Soda Mountain

20030712 20030717 throughout Iraq

Operation Catalyst Operation White House

20030716 Ongoing

throughout Iraq

20030716 20030716 Baghdad

Operation Ivy Lightning

20030812 20030812 Baghdad, Ain Lalin and Quara Tapa along the Jabal Hamrin Ridge north of the city

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Operation Silverado

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Counterinsurgency: To capture suspected insurgents and seize weapons stockpiles. Was a small operation conducted by the 39th Infantry Brigade (Light) (Separate/Enhanced) of the Arkansas National Guard in Subak Sur. Counterinsurgency: Was a raid conducted by elements of the 4th Infantry Division in and near Khalis, seventy kilometers north of Baghdad, on August 26, 2003. The operation disrupted a criminal gang active in the area. The operation disrupted a criminal gang active in the area.

20030816 20030816 Subak Sur

Operation Ivy Needle

20030826 20030826 Khalis, in and near; 70 kilometers north of Baghdad

Operation Longstreet

200309?? 200309?? between Counterinsurgency: Numerous Baghdad and weapons stores were destroyed and Fallujah enemy personnel taken into custody without the loss of a single American life. Was a two-week series of raids and cordon operations conducted by elements of the First Armored Division and the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment. Numerous weapons stores were destroyed and enemy personnel taken into custody without the loss of a single American life. The operation was named after a Confederate General James Longstreet. Counterinsurgency: Was the name given by 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division to their operations in Iraq beginning on their arrival in October 2003

Operation Desert 200310?? 200310?? throughout Thrust Iraq

Operation Chamberlain

200310?? 200310?? Sinjar, the Security and Surveillance: Was an border south- American border-security operation west of mentioned in press releases on 15 October, 2003. It involved ground surveillance Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) aircraft to feed information to ground elements of the 101st Airborne Division in near–real time. The Ukrainian 5th Detached Mechanized Brigade was also involved in the operation. This operation was named after US general Joshua Chamberlain (US Civil War). 200310?? 200310?? Samarra Counterinsurgency: Was a search of parts of the city of Samarra by elements of the 4th Infantry Division during Post-invasion Iraq.

Operation Industrial Sweep

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Operation Tiger Clean Sweep 20031007 20031007

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Security and Counterinsurgency: : Was a border security operation conducted by the "Tiger" Squadron of the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment announced on 7 September, 2003 near Al Qa’im. The town was cordoned off and searched, yielding a number of small arms and fourteen persons suspected of being insurgents.

Operation Sweeny

20031015 20031015 southern Iraq Law enforcement: Anti-smuggling operation by the Marines. Elements of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Special Operations Capable(SOC)completed humanitarian assistance, anti-smuggling and security and stabilization operations, Oct. 25 in southern Iraq as part of Operation Sweeney. The MEU SOC, a component of Expeditionary Strike Group One(ESG), composed mostly of Marines stationed with the 1st Marine Division of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, provided medical and dental capability and produced more than 3,000 gallons of water for citizens in the region. 20031019 200310?? Ar Ramadi Counterinsurgency: Over ninety people were detained, including four senior officers of the former Iraqi Army. Was a sweep operation conducted by elements of the 82nd Airborne Division in Ar Ramadi beginning on 19 October, 2003. Over ninety people were detained, including four senior officers of the former Iraqi Army.

Operation O.K. Corral

Operation Eagle Curtain

200311?? 200311?? northern Iraq Security and Counterinsurgency: Troops participated in 311 patrols, four cordon and knock operations, and eventually detained eight individuals. Was a series of raids and roadblocks conducted by the 101st Airborne Division. Eight persons were detained as suspected insurgents associated with the former government. The name is derived from the "Screaming Eagles" nickname for the 101st Airborne Division. 20031106 2003???? Counterinsurgency: Was an operation with an objective of capturing

Operation All American Tiger

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insurgents associated with the old regime. At least a dozen prisoners were taken, several of whom were on the American "Most Wanted" list. The first phase was launched by the 1st Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment and the 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. This operation was designed to target those who suspected of attacking Coalition forces. At least 12 men were detained and some were targeted suspects including Abd Hamad Salah, Huri Mukhlif, Al Ani, Ahmed Kadar Hamad, Faleeh Mahessn, Thair Muklaf Hamadi, and Mohamed Hinde Saeel. The name of the operation is derived from the nickname ("All American") for the 82nd Airborne Division. [2]

Operation Rifle Sweep Operation Ivy Cyclone

20031106 20031106 the Iraq-Syria Counterinsurgency: Focused on the border search and seizure of weapons and munitions 20031107 200311?? Tikrit Counterinsurgency: Was designed to locate and detain or eliminate persons seeking to harm coalition forces or Iraqi civilians. The operation was executed by the 4th Infantry Division. On November 7, an American helicopter was forced down near the city, and the next day heavy air and artillery strikes supported a number of military operations in the area. Counterinsurgency: Was designed to clear and secure the roads outside the city and to seize any contraband weapons. Security and Counterinsurgency: Was a joint operation between the US Army, US Air Force and Iraqi Civil Defense Corps with the objective of preventing the staging of weapons by anti-coalition forces, and preemptively destroy enemy operating bases and fighters in Baghdad Counterinsurgency: American operation near Tikrit Security: Was a house-to-house search of the Iraqi Syria-frontier

Operation Boothill

20031110 20031110 Ar Ramadi

Operation Iron 20031112 2003???? Hammer(Matraqa Hadidia)

Baghdad

Operation Ivy Cyclone II Operation Rifles Blitz

20031117 2003???? 20031120 2003????

Tikrit, near Al Qaim

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border region close to Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, led by the 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment. Involved troops from the 82d Airborne Division and the 101st Airborne Division. (US News, 12 August 2003, Iraq Hack: A Reporter’s Blog, 11 December 2003)

Operation Rifle Sweep

20031126 20031126 along the Iraq-Syria border

Counterinsurgency: Focused on the search and seizure of weapons and munitions Counterinsurgency: Designed to capture weapons, materials, and people that posed a threat against Coalition Forces

Operation Bayon- 20031202 20031202 Al Hawija et Lightning and the village of Rashad, 60 km (37 mi) to the south of Kirkuk Operation Bulldog Mammoth Operation Clear Area 20031204 20031204 Baghdad, northwest of

Security: American search of an apartment complex.

20031206 20031206 Central Iraq, Counterinsurgency: Was a search between Ar and seizure operation utilizing Rifa`i and vehicle check points Qal`at Sukkar 20031208 20031208 Al Anbar province Counterinsurgency: Soldiers initiated 12 raids that resulted in the capture of 12 individuals and a number of various weapons. Was conducted by the US Army’s 1st Infantry Division, 1st Brigade. The operation consisted of twelve raids to capture or eliminate individuals responsible for attacking coalition forces. The operation was successful and resulted in the capture of 12 personnel and the confiscation of various weapons. Counterinsurgency: Was a series of 18 night-time raids by elements of the 82nd Airborne Division. These raids seem to have been in response to an ambush that killed seven Spanish intelligence officers in November. About forty enemy personnel were captured. Security and counterinsurgency: American capture of Saddam Hussein. Law enforcement and counterinsurgency: Was an attempt to stop insurgent smuggling. Was launched by

Operation Abilene

Operation Panther Squeeze

20031210 20031210 Latifiya

Operation Red Dawn Operation Panther Backroads

20031213 20031213 ad-Dawr

20031215 20031215 Ar Ramadi

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the 82nd Airborne Division in the Sunni Triangle in an attempt to stop insurgent smuggling.[3]

Operation Arrow- 20031217 20031217 Samarra head Blizzard

Counterinsurgency: Seven targets classified as high-value were captured by the 4th Infantry Division and the 3rd Brigage, 2nd Infantry Division in the Sunni Triangle.[4] Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency sweep by US forces Law enforcement: Captured 28 fuel trucks and nine propane trucks illegally dispensing fuel as part of black market activity. Was a U.S. Army operation aimed at ending insurgent run Black Market fueling activities south of the city. It involved the 1st Armored Division and 82nd Airborne Division.[5] Counterinsurgency: Seizure of weapons caches including 204 RPGs. Was a coalition strike at insurgent training camps in the Rawah area. Led by the 3d Armored Cavarly Regiment along with soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division and 4th Infantry Division. The operation was nicknamed by the soldiers involved as Operation Santa’s Claws.[6] Law enforcement: Was aimed at curtailing the growing black market of fuel and propane and restoring Iraq’s fuel infrastructure. Like Operation Rifles Fury, this operation was a coalition strike aimed at ending Black Market fuel and propane operations run by insurgent marketeers. The operation involved the U.S. 1st Infantry Division and Iraqi Police.[7] Humanitarian: Delivered more than 500 pounds of coats, clothes, shoes, and toys Humanitarian: Delivered more than 500 pounds of coats, clothes, shoes, and toys Counterinsurgency: The objective was to capture or eliminate any rebel forces seeking to capitalize on

Operation Ivy Blizzard Operation Iron Justice

20031217 20031217 Samarra 20031218 20031218 Baghdad, southern portion

Operation Rifles Fury

20031221 200312?? Fallujah

Operation Devil Siphon

20031223 20031223 Ar Ramadi

Operation Overcoat Operation Salm Operation Santa Strike Operation Iron Force

20031223 20031223 Mosul

20031223 20031223 20031223 20031223 Mosul

20031224 2003????

Baghdad

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the holiday season to attack coalition forces

Operation Iron Grip

20031224 20031231, Baghdad at least

Counterinsurgency: Was designed to intensify the pressure on Saddam loyalists Counterinsurgency: To stop the influx of IED making materials into the city

Operation Choke 20031230 20031230 Baghdad Hold

relevance of Saddam Hussein and his followers was diminishing, radical Islamists, both foreign and Iraqi was increasing to take their place. An organized Sunni insurgency, with deep roots and both nationalist and Islamist motivations, was becoming clear. The Mahdi Army also began launching attacks on coalition targets and to seize control from the Iraqi security forces. The southern and central portions of Iraq began to erupt in urban guerilla combat as coalition forces attempted to keep control and prepared for a counteroffensive. In response to insurgent attacks, coalition forces focused on hunting down the remaining leaders of the former regime, culminating in the shooting deaths of Saddam’s two sons in July. In all, over 200 top leaders of the former regime were killed or captured, as well as supports and military personnel during the summer of 2004.

have hampered efforts to assert control. In addition, former Baathist elements and militant Shia groups have engaged in sabotage, terrorism, open rebellion, and establishing their own security zones in all or part of a dozen cities. The Allawi government vowed to crush the insurgency. An election for a government to draft a permanent constitution took place during this time (ed. see Politics of Iraq for more information on the political state of Iraq). Although some violence and lack of widespread Sunni participation marred the event, much of the eligible Kurd and Shia populace participated. Sectarian violence has also been prominent part of the militant and guerrilla activity. Targets here where often Shia gatherings or civilian concentrations mainly of Shias. As a result, over 700 Iraqi civilians died in the month.

Counterinsurgency OperCounterinsurgency Oper- ations 2006 ations 2005 Further information: 23 November 2006 Sadr
See also: 2005 and 2005 in Iraq Coalition and Iraqi government forces continue to battle Iraqi militants and other fighters. During early and mid-May 2005, the U.S. also launched Operation Matador, an assault by around 1,000 marines in the ungoverned region of western Iraq. Coalition and Iraqi soldiers, Iraqi fighters and civilians have been killed in these conflicts. As of late July 2007, nearly 3,700 U.S. soldiers have been killed, and around ten times this many have been wounded. The number of Iraqi citizens who have fallen victim to the fighting has risen. The Iraqi government, with some holdovers from the CPA, engaged in securing control of the oil infrastructure (a source of Iraq’s foreign currency) and control of the major cities of Iraq. The insurgency, the developing the New Iraqi Army, disorganized police and security forces, as well as a lack of revenue City bombings The beginning of 2006 was marked by government creation talks, growing sectarian violence, and continuous anti-coalition attacks. Sectarian violence expanded to a new level of intensity following the al-Askari Mosque bombing in the Iraqi city of Samarra, on February 22, 2006. The explosion at the mosque, one of the holiest sites in Shi’a Islam, is believed to have been caused by a bomb planted by Al-Qaeda in Iraq. Although no injuries occurred in the blast, the mosque was severely damaged and the bombing resulted in violence over the following days. As of October 20 the U.S military announced that Operation Together Forward had failed to stem the tide of violence in Baghdad, and Shiite militants under al-Sadr seized several southern Iraq cities.[1]

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Location Purpose/Result

Operation 2004???? 2004???? Gimlet Victory Operation Hickory View 2004???? 2004???? Counterinsurgency and Security: Helped eliminate many of the established indirect fire patterns, which insurgents had used Humanitarian: Soldiers distributed over 100 boxes of donated school supplies and toys to Iraqi children. Counterinsurgency: Continued missions to drive the Mahdi Army out of the city

Operation I CAN Operation Iron Fury II Operation Lancer Lightning Operation Windy City Operation Warhorse Whirlwind Operation Iron Resolve Operation Clothes for Kids

2004???? 2004???? throughout Iraq 2004???? 2004???? Sadr City 2004???? 2004????

2004???? 2004???? Baghdad 200401?? 200401?? Abu Kharma

Humanitarian: Gave blankets to distribute to the local population Counterinsurgency: Captured 31 individuals, including eight people who were specifically targeted for suspected involvement in anti-Coalition activity Counterinsurgency: Was intended to disrupt the terrorist networks with constant searches and raids by coalition forces Humanitarian: An effort to bring clothing to needy Iraqi children Counterinsurgency: The successful raid into the downtown Fallujah arms market Counterinsurgency: Captured a highranking former Iraqi Officer, General Mamoud Khudair Younes Security: Provide security for the gas station, help manage the lines in order to facilitate maximum efficiency of the gas station, and prevent unauthorized gas pilferage Counterinsurgency: Captured a highranking former Iraqi officer Brig. Gen. Kalil Ibraham Fayal al-Dulaymi Counterinsurgency:

20040112 2004???? Baghdad

20040113 20040114 Taji

Operation 20040113 20040113 Fallujah Market Sweep Operation Saloon Operation Centaur Fast Gas 20040114 20040114 the Al-Anbar province 20040115 20040119 Ba’qubah

Operation Rock Slide Operation Wolfhound Trap II Operation Wolfhound Fury II

20040115 20040115 the Al-Anbar province 20040121 20040123 Heychel

20040122 20040122 Heychel and its surrounding villages

Counterinsurgency: Hunted down suspected terrorists and provide humanitarian and reconstruction assistance to the Iraqi people

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Operation Wolverine Feast

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Counterinsurgency: Coalition and Iraqi Army soldiers detained 10 suspects and seized four caches Counterinsurgency: Was designed to capture or eliminate people suspected of insurgent activity Counterinsurgency:

20040124 20040124 the Al-Doura district

Operation Fin- 20040128 200402?? Bayji al Cut Operation Saber Turner II Operation Tomahawk (Iraq) Operation Trailblazer 200402?? 200402??

200402?? 200402??

20040209 Ongoing

Baqubah

Security: An effort to make Iraqi roads safer for fellow soldiers. The beginning of this operation was conducted by the 14th Engineer Battalion (C)(W) and the 244th Engineers out of Colorado. This Operation was taken over by the 141st Engineer Combat Battalion (C)(W), a North Dakota National Guard unit. Their mission was to patrol a section of Iraq’s main highways and alternate routes locating and clearing roadside bombs or IED’s (Improvised Explosive Device). The secondary goal of this mission was route sanitation which included knocking down trees in the medians of the roads and clearing brush from the sides of the road where the enemy could easily hide an IED. In January 2005, the 141st Engineers were replaced by the 467th Engineer Battalion (C)(W), a USAR unit from Tennessee. The 14th Engineer Battalion returned to Iraq and relieved the 467th Engineers of the Trailblazer mission in December 2005. Alpha Company, 164th Engineers from North Dakota took over operations from the 467th Engineers in the LSA Anaconda/Balad area around the same time. In October 2006, the 14th Engineers were replaced by the 1st Engineer Battalion. Counterinsurgency: Targeted individuals who were suspected of attacking forward operating bases in the area. 16 targets and 3 enemy personnel were detained Counterinsurgency: Was designed as a series of raids to capture suspected insurgents

Operation Eagle Liberty 3

20040218 20040219 Bilad

Operation Devil Clinch

20040221 20040221 Baghdad

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Operation Rocketman Operation Aloha

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Counterinsurgency: Three Iraqis suspected of attacks on coalition forces were arrested Counterinsurgency: American anti-insurgent sweep. Elements of the 25th Infantry Division surrounded an area in late March 2004 and sent patrols to conduct searches for weapons. The troopers knocked on doors to ask permission to search. This was a change from earlier more-aggressive techniques. The name of the operation is a traditional Hawaiian greeting. The 25th Infantry Division has long been based in that state. Law enforcement and Counterinsurgency: Designed to slow the smuggling of illegal weapons in Baqubah’s Diyala Governorate capital. As of March 30, 2004 coalition forces had seized 3 people and several weapons.[8] Surveillance, reconnaissance and Counterinsurgency: The operation consists of three phases. The first phase is surveillance and reconnaissance, the 2nd was combat operations and the 3rd was stabiliztion Humanitarian: Gave away 150 soccer balls to local children Security and Counterinsurgency: Was a cordon and search operation conducted by coalition forces designed to capture Farhan and Sofi Sinjar, Abu Akmed, and Abu Farka. [9]

20040226 20040226 the town of Siniyah 200403?? 200403?? Kirkuk

Operation Centaur Rodeo

200403?? 200403?? Baqubah

Operation Devil Thrust

200403?? 200403??

Operation Soccor Ball Operation Warrior

200403?? 200403?? Baghdad, Karadah district 20040303 20040303

Operation Shillelagh

20040317 20040317 Abu Ghurayb Counterinsurgency: Seven wanted individuals were found and detained during a sweep of more than 700 houses. See Also Operation Iron Promise. 20040317 20040317 Baghdad Security: A combined cordon and search operation involving U.S. and Iraqi Civil Defense Corps Soldiers Counterinsurgency: Part of an ongoing campaign to bring stabilization and security to the country and people of Iraq. Was a long-running series of patrols conducted by elements of the 1st Armored and 1st Cavalry Divisions. The operation continued until at least November 2004 when it was still being mentioned in newspaper reports. The name is derived from the "Old Ironsides" nickname of the 1st Armored Division.

Operation Suicide Kings Operation Iron Promise

20040318 200411?? Baghdad

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Operation Duke Fortitude Operation Iron Saber

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Counterinsurgency: The operation was designed to capture or kill elements of the Mahdi army and Muqtada Al-Sadr Counterinsurgency: Was a coalition strike aimed at defeating the Mahdi army under the control of Muqtada alSadr Counterinsurgency: Was one of many operations initiated in hopes of disarming and disbanding militia forces Battle: (See Operation Vigilant Resolve) Battle: First American attempt to capture Fallujah. Battle: An estimated 250 rebels were killed in fighting that shattered the insurgent offensive Counterinsurgency: Was a military operation taken by the United States’ armed forces to capture Muqtada al-Sadr. (April 10 President’s Radio Address Mention) Security: was designed establish and occupy FOB Duke Security and counterinsurgency: The operation aimed at securing roads into and out of the city. Was a United States Marine Corps operation that took place as Operation Vigilant Resolve raged in Fallujah. The operation aimed at securing roads into and out of Fallujah and was led by the 7th Marine Regiment. The Marines swept west to east from Al Asad and seized a large number of IEDs. Battle: Five Marines were killed along with 150 insurgents in the fierce battle that lasted 14 hours. Another 9 Marines were wounded and 20 insurgents captured.

200404?? 200404?? Fallujah

200404?? 200406?? Najaf, Al Kut and Karbala

Operation Lancer Fury Battle of Fallujah(2004)

200404?? 200404?? Baghdad, Sadr City 20040404 20040501 Fallujah

Operation Vi- 20040404 20040501 Fallujah gilant Resolve Battle of Ramadi (2004) Operation Resolute Sword Operation Danger Fortitude 20040406 20040410 Ramadi

20040408 20040408

20040411 20040417 Najaf, about 20 km northwest of

Operation Rip- 20040412 200404?? Fallujah per Sweep

Battle of Husaybah

20040417 20040417 Husaybah

Operation Yel- 20040423 20040423 Al-Rashida, Counterinsurgency: To secure the area low Stone the former and remove the enemy from the island presidential island retreat Operation 200405?? 200405?? Rapier Thrust Operation Spring Cleanup 200405?? 200405?? Baqouba Counterinsurgency: Designed to take control of a stretch of road known as the Blue Babe Highway and included the U.S. 3rd Brigade Combat Teams. The area was also known as "RPG Alley" for

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the large number of IED and insurgent attacks that occurred there.[10]

Operation 200405?? 200405?? Thunderstruck Operation Striker Hurricane Operation Wolfpack Crunch 20040501 20040501 Baghdad Counterinsurgency: To round up insurgents and other anti-coalition parties Counterinsurgency: The mission’s target was a series of buildings, located near an old downtown theater, which were reportedly being used by members of the “Muqtada’s Militia” to plan and stage attacks against Coalition forces

20040504 20040504 Diwaniya

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20040505 20070506 Baghdad, the Counterinsurgency: To rid the Rashid southwestern District of terrorists and criminals and to Rashid protect the population District Humanitarian and Peacekeeping: Gave the soldiers and the local populace an opportunity to establish the relationships that are so critical to the building of a sovereign Iraq Peacekeeping: The program used funds earmarked for tips leading to the capture of insurgents or illegal weapons and offers up to $500 per weapon, depending on type. Included in the final tally were more than 80 AK-47 rifles, mortars, mines and grenades. Forward Presence: To verify the accuracy and legitimacy of the Diyala Border Polices’ financial and payroll records just northeast of Kanaqan Counterinsurgency: Was designed to seize weapons and munitions to prevent them from being used against coalition forces Counterinsurgency: Was designed to cripple the resources of Muqtada alSadr’s militia. The 2nd Brigade of the 25th Infantry Division of the United States Military launched the operation, which was designed to cripple the resources of the then powerful rebel forces of Muqtada al-Sadr. The operation began in the first week of June, 2004. Six individuals were captured, five of which were cell leaders in the Mahdi army. One of the insurgents captured was As’ad Abu Aws. As’ad Abu Aws was the second in command of the militia’s

Operation Stu- 20040510 20040510 Al-Baruddi dent to Student

Operation Disarm

20040519 20040519 Baghdad

Operation Diy- 20040526 200406?? Muntheria ala Border Police Audit Operation Giuliani 200406?? 200406?? Mosul

Operation Slim Shady

200406?? 200406?? Kirkuk

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Kirkuck operations. The name of the operation was taken from popular rapper Eminem’s (real name Marshall Mathers) fictional alter-ego Slim Shady. Press Release

Operation Striker Tornado

200406?? 200406?? Baghdad

Counterinsurgency: Was designed to allow the 1st Armored Division to execute near-simultaneous raids on specified targets wanted for anti-coalition activities Counterinsurgency: Designed to search and secure enemy personnel as well as those suspected of harboring insurgents and weapons. Support and counterinsurgency: Was designed to provide relief in place of the 2nd Armored Cavalry and to provide logistical support for Task Force Danger and continue to sustain combat operations. Counterinsurgency: Was aimed at disrupting insurgents and their attacks on multinational forces Counterinsurgency: Engaged in multiple searches and raids looking to capture or kill cell leaders Law Enforcement: Was specifically designed as a large raid focused on criminals and criminal activity in Baghdad Humanitarian: The overall project to improve electricity, sewers, water and other essential services around the city. Counterinsurgency: Was designed to prevent insurgents from gaining weapons and munitions from known ammunition storage points Counterinsurgency: Was designed as a sweeping house-to-house search for weapons and terrorists to be conducted by only Iraqi forces Counterinsurgency: The operation netted six individuals who were detained for questioning.

Operation 20040608 20040608 Rocketman III

Operation Dragon Victory

20040619 20040619 Najaf

Operation Gimlet Crusader Operation Gimlet Silent Sniper Operation Haifa Street Operation Oasis Operation Outlaw Destroyer

20040624 20040624 Kirkuk

200407?? 200407?? Kirkuk

200407?? 200407?? Baghdad

200407?? 200407?? Baghdad

200407?? 200407?? Tikrit

Operation Mu- 20040702 20040702 Mosul tual Security

Operation Tombstone Piledriver Operation Mayfield III

20040715 20040715 Baghdad

20040719 20040719 Security and Counterinsurgency: Was designed to cordon, search, and seize IED makers, materials and potential storage places

Operation Co- 20040728 20040728 Baghdad, in bra Sweep the Hay Muthana district

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Operation Quarterhorse Rides Operation Warrior Resolve Operation Tiger Care Operation Phantom Linebacker Operation Vanguard Thunder

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Counterinsurgency: To increase security and deter enemy attacks

200408?? 200408?? Ad Duluiyah

200408?? 200408?? the At Tamin Counterinsurgency: Was a massive synand As Sulay- chronized effort which attempted to demaniyah ter insurgent forces provinces 20040803 20040803 Balad Gener- Humanitarian: To assist the local hospital Hospital al by procuring and delivering much needed medical supplies 20040704 20040704 along the Security: Security Operations along the Syrian border Syrian border. 20040805 20040805 Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Targeted 150-200 terrorist suspects. No injuries or damages were reported Battle: Was a battle that was fought between U.S. and Iraqi forces, and the Islamist Mahdi Army of Muqtada al-Sadr Battle: Was a siege fought between UK forces, and the Islamist Mahdi Army of Muqtada al-Sadr. An estimated 200+ insurgents were killed. Counterinsurgency: Some small arms were found and at least three rebels were killed while nine people were detained and transferred for further questioning. Counterinsurgency: Troops utilized targeted raids against enemy personnel who were destabilizing the city and an estimated 45 insurgents were killed. Counterinsurgency: An "all-out effort" to stop violence in the Baghdad area by militia headed up by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr Counterinsurgency: To search for weapons caches and terrorists Counterinsurgency: Was designed to prevent organized insurgent force activities as well as deny AIF sanctuary Counterinsurgency: Was designed as a search and seizure operation of high value targets suspected of attacking coalition forces Counterinsurgency: Raided 350 houses and detained 49 suspects

Battle of Najaf 20040805 20040827 Najaf (2004) CIMIC-House 20040805 20040828 Al Amarah

Operation Cajun Mousetrap II

20040805 200408?? Samarra

Operation 20040813 20040815 Samarra Cajun Mousetrap III Operation Iron Fury 20040817 2004???? Baghdad

Operation Showdown Operation Wolverine

20040818 20040818 Ar Ramadi 20040819 20040819 Ad Duluiyah

Operation 20040821 20040821 Najaf Grizzly Forced Entry Operation Clean Sweep 20040823 20040824 Baghdad, southern portion

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Operation True Grit

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Counterinsurgency: During the operation, Multi-National Forces and SSF searched several houses and 17 insurgents were detained, four of which were found setting up an ambush on top of one of the houses Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the detention of four suspected insurgents, the removal of 6 improvised explosive devices and the confiscation of IED making materials, including cell phone parts Counterinsurgency: All the enemy insurgents had either been killed or fled the city Counterinsurgency: To disrupt the Daham terrorist network and to discover and remove illegal weapons and ammunition caches in the city. Counterinsurgency: A top priority in the operation was to detain or eliminate Moktada al-Sadr’s lieutenants Counterinsurgency: A coordinated effort to detain insurgent Forces and remove illegal weapons and ammunition caches Counterinsurgency: A coordinated effort to detain insurgent Forces and remove illegal weapons and ammunition caches Counterinsurgency: A coordinated effort to detain Anti-Iraqi Forces and remove illegal weapons and ammunition caches Humanitarian: Taking 200 backpacks filled with school supplies to school children Counterinsurgency and humanitarian: Deny insurgents sanctuary, promote the Tikrit Job Corps program, and assess essential services. Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the capture of 30 insurgents, more than 60 weapons, and Improvised Explosive Device making materials. Counterinsurgency: Deny insurgents sanctuary, promote the Tikrit Job Corps program, and assess essential services. Counterinsurgency: A Task Force 1-27 air assault mission Counterinsurgency: Was designed to reestablish peace and stability by denying sanctuary to insurgents, capturing

20040823 20040824 Ramadi

Operation Hurricane

200409?? 200409?? Ramadi

Operation 20040909 20040914 Tal Afar Black Typhoon Operation Hurricane II 20040918 20040918 Ramadi

Operation Iron Fist II Operation Longhorn Operation Marne Operation Predator Operation Backpack Operation Mustang Flex

20040923 2004???? Ramadi

20040924 20040924 Ramadi

20040924 20040924 Ramadi

20040924 20040924 Ramadi

200410?? 200410?? Baqubah

200410?? 200410?? Tikrit

Operation Ra- 200410?? 200410?? Tikrit madan Roundup Operation Tangerine Pinch Operation Wolfhound Fury Operation Bulldog 200410?? 200410?? Tikrit

20041005 200410?? Hegneh

20041006 2004???? Ar-Ramadi

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enemy personnel, and seize any weapons caches

Operation Centaur Strike II Operation Centaur Strike III Operation Mandarin Squeeze Operation Mustang Socko Operation Tiger Cub Operation Tangerine Squeeze Operation Crayon

20041011 20041011 Baqubah

Counterinsurgency: Was designed to seize insurgent equipment caches in hopes of disrupting terrorist activity before the Ramadan. Counterinsurgency: Was designed to seize insurgent equipment caches in hopes of disrupting terrorist activity before the Ramadan. Counterinsurgency: Its purpose was threefold; deny insurgents sanctuary, promote the Tikrit job corps program, and assess essential services. Counterinsurgency: Detained several suspects and found several weapons caches Humanitarian: To improve the school supply and education system throughout the greater Balad area Counterinsurgency: Called for a complete search of more than 300 homes Humanitarian: Was a charitable program that provided schools the pencils, crayons, papers and other materials necessary to teach children Counterinsurgency: A raid on an upscale neighborhood to search for insurgent materials Security: Was designed to increase security by performing cordon and knocks throughout the community

20041013 20041013 Baqubah

20041014 20041014 Tikrit

20041014 20041014 along the Tigris River 20041014 20041014 Baghdad

20041015 20041015 Tikrit

20041021 20041021 Kirkuk

Operation Duliyah Sunrise Operation Dallas Operation Tiger Fury Operation Army Santa Operation Duke Fury

20041028 20041028 Ad Duluiyah

20041029 20041029 Mosul

20041030 2004???? east of Balad Counterinsurgency: Was designed to stop insurgent activities and capture individuals suspected of being insurgents 200411?? 200411?? 20041103 20041103 Fallujah Humanitarian: Counterinsurgency: To search for weapons caches and suspected insurgents Counterinsurgency: To search for weapons caches and suspected insurgents Counterinsurgency: Joint American/Iraqi assault on Fallujah. See also Operation Dawn (Al-Fajr) and 2nd Battle of Fallujah Counterinsurgency: The elimination of Fallujah as a terrorist safe haven

Operation 20041103 20041103 Fallujah New Dawn (Al Fajr) Operation 20041107 20041223 Fallujah Phantom Fury Operation 20041108 20041108 Fallujah Dawn (Al Fajr)

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Battle of Mosul

List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War
Battle: Was a battle fought during the Iraq War in 2004 for the capital of the Ninawa Governorate in northern Iraq that occurred concurrently to fighting in Fallujah. Counterinsurgency: To root insurgents out of the city Counterinsurgency: No one was detained and no weapon caches were found although reports were that the area contained insurgent sanctuaries Counterinsurgency: The searches netted numerous small arms, 10 detainees and three rockets Counterinsurgency: Sweep south of Baghdad.

20041110 20041116 Mosul

Operation Wolfhound Power

20041111 20041112 Hawja

Operation 20041115 20041115 Tall Suseus Wolfhound Jab and Rubaydhah Operation Rock Bottom 20041119 20041121

Operation Ply- 20041123 20041123 Baghdad, mouth Rock South of Operation Tobruk

20041128 20041128 a village Counterinsurgency: A search of the vilalong the Eu- lage for insurgents and Saddam loyalists phrates river 8km Northeast of Camp Dogwood 200412?? 20041224 Ramadi 20041201 20041204 Samarra Counterinsurgency: Netted 29 detainees and multiple weapons caches Counterinsurgency: The operation resulted in about 125 rebels killed and 88 were being detained Counterinsurgency: A joint U.S.-Iraqi cordon-and-search operation were several weapons caches were discovered Counterinsurgency: Captured several suspected senior level transnational terrorists, including key leaders, operatives, and financiers Humanitarian: Soldiers delivered school supplies Security: A project to fortify a new police station as well as the Governor’s mansion just down the road Humanitarian: To deliver a load of toys to the children of the villages of Al Alam, Al Owja and Wynott Counterinsurgency: Detained 49 individuals, descovered several weapons caches and searched 13 homes and the surrounding areas in a series of raids Security: To improve security for the upcoming elections in Iraq

Operation Wonderland Operation Baton Rouge

Operation Fal- 20041205 20041205 Al Rashid con Freedom District Operation So- 20041206 20041206 Baghdad, prano Sunset eastern portion Operation 20041208 20041208 Baqubah Iraqi Children Operation Backbreaker Operation Lion Cub Operation Powder River 20041221 20041222 Buhriz

20041221 20041221 Tikrit

20041231 20050102 Ad Duluiyah

Operation Triple Play

20041231 20050102 Salman Pak

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Battle/Operation Name Operation Attleboro(Iraq) From Date To Date

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Location Purpose/Result Humanitarian: Delivered a variety of much-needed supplies and equipment to the Iraqi Police of Ash Sharqat

2005???? 2005????

Operation Dunlap Operation East Lansing Operation Hudson Operation Moon Operation Moving Forward Operation Neighborhood Watch Operation Spider Web Operation Vacant City Operation River Walk

2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? ???????? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 2005???? 20050102 20050103 Latifiyah Counterinsurgency: Found over 9 significant weapons caches, detained 43 suspected insurgents and discovered and destroyed several IED’s

Operation Lanthonid

20050109 200501?? Baqubah, near Counterinsurgency: Nine targeted AIF members were detained along with two other suspected AIF members and numerous weapons 20050109 20050109 near Tikrit Counterinsurgency: During the series of raids, 11 were detained. Three of the detainees were on the target list. Also confiscated were 120 mm mortars and assorted ammunition Counterinsurgency: Discovered numerous caches of insurgent ordnance and weaponry Counterinsurgency: Raided a mechanic’s shop suspected of being used by insurgents and found 35 mortars which had to be removed by hand Counterinsurgency: To conduct raids, capture or kill insurgents and eliminate improvised explosive devices and other illegal weapons

Operation Therapist

Operation Hedgehog

20050110 20050114 Hīt

Operation Copperas 20050112 20050112 Al-Karkh, the Cove neighborhoods of Karkh and Sheik Marruf Operation Keystone 20050114 20050114 As Siniyah Sweep

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Operation Checkmate 20050118 2005????

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Jabella, 50 mi Counterinsurgency: Successfully (80 km) south detained 15 insurgents including of Baghdad a suspected former intelligence officer in Saddam Hussein’s regime Latifiyah Counterinsurgency: Collected and destroyed weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Searched for unregistered weapons and illegal bomb-making materials Counterinsurgency: Targeted insurgents in cities along the Euphrates River including Hit, Ramadi, and Baghdad Counterinsurgency, follow on to Operation River Blitz Counterinsurgency: Shifting the new government from a defensive to an offensive posture in its efforts to disrupt terrorist activities in Baghdad Counterinsurgency: The operation uncovered five weapons caches including more than 7,000 rounds of ammunition, an improvised explosive device factory and 39 members of anti-Iraqi forces Humanitarian: The four-man comedy show, presented by Hack and Slash, provided an explosive round of entertainment for more than 100 Marines Counterinsurgency: Was to eliminate places where terrorists trained to carry out their activities Counterinsurgency: More than 100 Marines, side-by-side with three companies of Iraqi soldiers, cordoned and searched a targeted area of the city. Counterinsurgency: A surprise operation to catch suspected terrorists and criminals Security and Counterinsurgency: Security and stability operations designed to root out insurgent activity and illegal weapons caches

Operation Big Dig Operation Centaur Showdown Operation River Blitz

20050123 2005????

20050208 20050208 Mufrek

20050220 20050220 Al Anbar province

Operation River Bridge Operation Lightning (Al Barkh)

20050312 20050325 Hit-Haditha Corridor 20050226 20050625 Baghdad

Operation Unforgiven

20050322 20050324 Albu Hatim

Operation Swashbuckle

20050326 20050326 Ar Ramadi

Operation Fontana

20050402 20050406 the Babil and Wasit provinces 20050407 20050407 Fallujah

Operation Block Party

Operation Grey Wolf II

20050410 20050410 Shakarta

Operation Badlands 20050412 20050412 Saqlawiyah

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Operation Scrimmage Operation Outer Banks Operation Quicksweep

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Unoffical name for a sub-part of operation Outerbanks Counterinsurgency Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the capture of several individuals identified as insurgents and the discovery of a weapons stash totaling 3,000 pounds of large caliber explosive munitions in a rural area northwest of Baghdad. Counterinsurgency: It was a success because the operation was conducted safely, insurgents were detained, and the relationship with the local populace improved Counterinsurgency: Twenty-nine individuals were detained while forty kinds of guns were confiscated in addition to explosive materials being found Counterinsurgency: It was focused on eliminating insurgents and foreign fighters in a region known as a smuggling route and a sanctuary for foreign fighters Counterinsurgency: (See Operation Matador) Counterinsurgency: Only a small amount of ordnance was found during the operation, most of it pointed out by the local residents Counterinsurgency: To capture individuals responsible for recent attacks against Coalition forces and local residents Counterinsurgency: Was designed to target insurgents in Ramadi neighborhoods Counterinsurgency: To round up terrorists and eliminate their base of operations Counterinsurgency: Almost 300 suspects were detained in the first day of the operation

20050414 20050416 Kubaysa, Al Anbar Province 20050401 20050503 Hit-Haditha Corridor 200505?? 200505?? Baghdad

Operation Clear Decision

20050503 20050503 Al Karmah

Operation Cobweb (MND-CS)

20050506 20050510 Wasit province

Operation Matador 20050507 20050514 northwestern (Battle of Al Qaim) Anbar province

Battle of Al Qaim Operation Block Party II

20050508 20050519 Anbar province 20050509 20050514 Fallujah

Operation Mongoose

20050513 20050513 south of Diyarah

Operation Dragons Breath Operation Peninsula (MNDCS) Operation Squeeze Play Operation Chepultepec

20050515 20050515 Ramadi

20050519 20050519 As Suwaryah

20050522 20050523 Baghdad, the western suburbs

20050524 20050524 Lutafiyah, the Counterinsurgency: The Iraqi southern Army detained 12 suspects and Ubaydah captured several weapons region

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Operation New Market(Souk Jadeed) Operation Moon River Dragon

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Counterinsurgency: A raid on the city of Haditha to disrupt insurgents. Counterinsurgency: More than 40 individual males were interrogated about insurgent activities Security and Humanitarian: A five-day operation repairing Alternate Supply Route San Juan, making it safer for convoys and local civilians traveling the road on a daily basis Counterinsurgency: Marines located over 50 hidden weapons caches and an underground bunker in the vicinity of a rock quarry. Security and Counterinsurgency: They conducted continuous patrols, vehicle checkpoints, raids, and searches Security and Counterinsurgency: They conducted continuous patrols, vehicle checkpoints, raids, and searches Counterinsurgency: Aimed at rooting out terrorists, foreign fighters and disrupting terrorist support systems in and around Karabilah

20050525 20050529 The city of Haditha 20050529 20050529 the village of Al Julaam

Operation San Juan 20050531 20050604

Operation Pitchfork 200506?? 200506?? The area east of the Lake Thar-Thar region Operation Uhaser 200506?? 20050606 throughout Northern Babil province, south of Baghdad 200506?? 20050606 throughout Northern Babil province, south of Baghdad 20050611 20050622 Karabilah

Operation Woodstock

Operation Spear (Romhe)

Operation White Shield Operation Dagger(Khanjar)

20050613 20050614 northern Babil Counterinsurgency: Discovered a province weapons cache and detained seven terror suspects 20050618 20050618 Anbar province Counterinsurgency: The operation is focused on locating hidden weapons caches and denying terrorists sanctuary in the Southern Lake Thar-Thar region, in an area 85 kilometers northwest of Baghdad that is a suspected logistical hub. Counterinsurgency: Two hundred and nineteen suspected insurgents were detained

Operation Strategic 20050625 200506?? Babil Separation (al Azil province, al Sitrateegi) northern portion Operation Sword(Saif)

20050627 20050705 The city of Hit Counterinsurgency: To occupy the city of Hit and establish a permanent presence there by coalition and Iraqi forces.

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Operation Shadyville

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Counterinsurgency: Searched 244 houses and netted several suspected insurgent supporters, two IEDs, and 50 AK-47 assault rifles Counterinsurgency: Aimed at denying Al Qaeda in Iraq the ability to operate in the Euphrates River Valley and at preventing the terrorists from continuing their campaign of murder and intimidation against the local population Counterinsurgency: British-led Multi-National Division Southeast with a mission to detect and deter illicit activity along the Iraqi border Counterinsurgency: Was to capture, or kill, terrorists in the city Counterinsurgency: Found at least 1 weapons cache and detained several suspects Counterinsurgency: seized three weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Over 100 individuals were detained as a result of the operation, including reportedly foreign fighters from Egypt Counterinsurgency and reconnaissance: To find weapons and ammunition caches, and to develop intelligence on insurgent activity.

20050629 20050629 Saqlawiyah

Operation Hunter(Sayaid)

200507?? 200507?? along the Euphrates River Valley and the broder of Syria

Operation Seahorse 200507?? 200508??

Operation Sergeant 200507?? 200507?? Baqubah Thea’a Operation Thunder 200507?? 200507?? Baghdad

Operation Demon Digger

20050701 20050701 Al Rashid district, near

Operation Muthana 20050704 20050704 Baghdad InStrike ternational Airport, neighborhoods next to Operation Bow Country 20050705 20050705 Baghdad, areas in the far-east portion

Operation Scimitar

20050707 200507?? Zaidan, apCounterinsurgency: At least 22 proximately suspected insurgents were 20 mi (30 km) detained southeast of Fallujah Counterinsurgency: The search found 10 to 12 122/130-millimeter rounds enhanced with propane to make a larger fireball in the explosion Battle: Was a battle fought over two days that were under insurgent control in the Euphrates River valley during 2005

Operation Warriors 20050715 20050715 Baghdad, the Rage Ameriyah district

Battle of Haditha

20050801 20050803 Haditha

Operation Quickstrike

20050803 20050810 Haditha, Counterinsurgency: An offensive Haqliniyah, operation aimed at disrupting inand Barwanah surgent activities and recovering a missing Marine sniper.

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Operation Able Warrior

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Counterinsurgency: Was conducted in order to disrupt car bombing cells and roadside bomb emplacers, and prevent them from planning, preparing and carrying out terrorist attacks in the area. Counterinsurgency: Was a massive military push to engage and destroy the heavy insurgent contingent located their

20050804 20050804 Baghdad, west of the Baghdad International Airport

Operation Restoring Rights

20050826 2005????

the northern city of Tall Afar, located 30 mi (50 km) west of MosulIraq

Battle of Tal Afar

20050901 20050918 Tal Afar

Security and Counterinsurgency: The city was temporarily cleared for elections in 2005, but was not secured in a long-term view. Counterinsurgency: Against alQaida fighters Counterinsurgency: Was designed to disrupt insurgent activity in the area in preparation for the Oct. 15 constitutional referendum Counterinsurgency: Charged with the objective of detecting and halting insurgent activity.

Operation Cyclone(Zoba) Operation Flea Flicker

20050911 20050911 Rutbah 20050914 20050914 Zafaraniya

Operation National 20050929 20050914, Baghdad Unity at least until Operation Clydesdale Operation Mountaineers(Hiba) 200510?? 200510?? 200510?? 200510?? southern Ramadi

Counterinsurgency: Which consists of 400 ISF soldiers and 500 U.S. service members, is to disrupt insurgents

Operation Carentan 200510?? 200512?? Diyala and Sa- Counterinsurgency: Was responslah Ad Din ible for detaining over 700 susprovinces pected insurgents and clearing 120 weapons caches Operation Constitu- 200510?? 200510?? Fallujah tion Hammer Counterinsurgency: Was conducted to disrupt insurgent activity along the main supply routes in Fallujah, find and capture weapons caches, and kill or capture insurgents Counterinsurgency: In order to root out al Qaeda in Iraq terrorists operating in the area and to disrupt terrorist support systems in and around the city Counterinsurgency: While sweeping through the mostly rural area, the ISF assisted the Marines in identifying people who were not from here and helped in

Operation Iron Fist 20051001 20051006 Sadah approx(Kabda Bil Hadid) imately 12 km. from the Syrian border Operation Bowie 20051002 20051004 Ar Ramadi, southern portion

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searching homes and buildings for weapons caches and insurgent propaganda.

Operation Saratoga 20051002 200510?? North Central Security: To provide a safe obIraq servance of Ramadan and security for the upcoming referendum Operation River Gate (Bawwabatu Annaher) 20051004 20051005 Haditha, Haqlaniyah and Barwana Counterinsurgency: The operation’s goal is to deny the al Qaeda in Iraq terrorist network the ability to operate in the three Euphrates River Valley cities and to free the local citizens from the insurgents’ campaign of murder and intimidation Humanitarian: The operation, led by Civil Affairs Group 6, supplied the hospital and the local Ministry of Health with more than $500,000 in medical supplies and equipment that was sorely needed by the citizens of the Al Anbar provincial capital.

Operation Doctor

20051025 20051025 Ar Ramadi, the Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Operation Open Window Operation Tigers (Numur)

200511?? 2005????

the south Security: To prepare the area for central region transfer to the responsibility of of Iraq the Iraqi 8th Division. Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the capture of several weapons caches and several terrorist suspects Counterinsurgency: Soldiers were charged with disrupting insurgent activity and responding to the needs of local citizens. Counterinsurgency: Army National Guard, Army and USMC units from FOB Grizzly were charged with disrupting insurgent activity south of Udame. SFC Kyle B. Wehrly of the 2nd Battalion, 123rd Field Artillery was killed in the Operation.

200511?? 200512?? Ramadi

Operation Wolf Stalk II

200511?? 200511?? Ninevah

Operation Great Lakes

200511?? 200511??

Operation Shank(Harba)

20051102 20051203 Ramadi, cent- Counterinsurgency: Was the fifth ral and south- in a series by the Iraqi army and ern portions coalition forces engaged in combined clearing operations to disrupt terrorism and set conditions for a successful Dec. 15 election in the provincial capital of Anbar 20051105 20051122 Karabilah Counterinsurgency: A Continued effort to clear the town of insurgent activity and weapons

Operation Steel Curtain(Al Hajip Elfulathi)

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Counterinsurgency: A divisionsize raid designed to destroy or disrupt all of their cells in a large locality in a single night Counterinsurgency: Conducted an air assault into landing zones outside the town and moved in to search searh for insurgents, insurgent activity and weapons caches.

Operation Knockout 20051112 20051112 Ba’qubah

Operation Kennesaw Dragon

20051114 20051115 Dawr

Operation Panthers 20051116 20051118 Ramadi, the Counterinsurgency: Discovered (Numur) Sophia district weapons caches and detained suspected terrorists Operation Bruins(Dibbah) 20051119 20051120 Ramadi Counterinsurgency and Security: Part of a series of disruption operations in Ramadi and is designed to set the conditions for successful elections in December Counterinsurgency: This operation involved Iraqi Army and Coalition Forces clearing sections of the city in order to disrupt the insurgency and set conditions for successful elections on Dec 15 Security: The completion of construction of a long-term base on the eastern side of the Euphrates River across from Hīt and about 170 kilometers west of Baghdad Counterinsurgency: U.S. Marines discovered more than ten metric tons of munitions hidden at 72 cache sites 39 km south of Fallujah Counterinsurgency: The forces have discovered four weapons Counterinsurgency: The operation netted four weapons caches and several detainees and also two command initiated rocket systems designed to ambush passing convoys in central Ramadi. The combined forces also discovered a roadside bomb that the insurgents planned to use in the rocket attack. Counterinsurgency: Locate and detain suspected terrorists

Operation Lions(Asad)

20051122 20051124 Ar Ramadi, the Tammim area

Operation Iron Hammer(Matraqa Hadidia)

20051130 20051203 Hai al Becker region

Operation Green Trident

200512?? 200512?? Fallujah, south of

Operation Rams(Tallie) Operation Skinner(Gashshaa)

20051204 20051204 Ramadi 20051207 20051210 central Ramadi

Operation Able Rising Force Operation Bull Dawg Chariot

20051208 20051209 Khadisia

20051208 20051208 Baqubah, near Counterinsurgency: The operation reportedly netted four suspected terrorists

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Operation Liberty Express

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Security: Transportation of election supplies from the printer to the camp, where Iraqi Police and members of the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq picked up and escorted the supplies, including ballots, and dispersed them to various polling sites in the city of Fallujah

20051213 20051215 Fallujah

On November 23, the deadliest attack since the beginning of the Iraq war occurred. Suspected Sunni-Arab militants used five suicide car bombs and two mortar rounds on the capital’s Shiite Sadr City slum to kill at least 215 people and wound 257. Shiite mortar teams quickly retaliated, firing 10 shells at Sunni Islam’s most important shrine in Baghdad, badly damaging the Abu Hanifa mosque and killing one person. Eight more rounds slammed down near the offices of the Association of Muslim Scholars, the top Sunni Muslim organisation in Iraq, setting nearby houses on fire. Two other mortar barrages on Sunni neighborhoods in west Baghdad killed nine and wounded 21, police said.[2] After capture in December 2003, Saddam Hussein was hanged on December 30, 2006 after being found guilty of crimes against humanity by an Iraqi court.[3]

Counterinsurgency Operations 2007

On January 10, 2007, President Bush announced changes in the administration’s political and military strategy in the Iraq War during a television speech broadcast. The speech and underlying strategy had been crafted under the working title "The New Way Forward." In the address Bush stated “America will change our strategy to help the Iraqis carry out their campaign to put down sectarian violence and bring security to the people of Baghdad. This will require increasing American force levels. So I’ve committed more than 20,000 additional American troops to Iraq. The vast majority of them—five brigades—will be deployed to Baghdad." As part of this new strategy, 2007 saw several major military operations aimed at eliminating insurgent activities, increase support services such as medical facilities and utilities and the training of Iraqi citizens as police or military personnel. The largest of these new operations were Operations Law and Order, Phantom Thunder and Phantom Strike.

Counterinsurgency Operations 2008
See also: 2008 and 2008 in Iraq

Counterinsurgency Operations 2009
See also: 2009 and 2009 in Iraq Soldiers have a short meeting at an airfield in Baqubah before an air assault into an outlying village of the city, June 18, 2007 2007 saw a rise in humanitarian and peacekeeping operations as well as a large "surge" in US forces designed to help stabilize the region.

References
[1] "Shiite militia briefly seizes Iraqi city". MSNBC. 2006-10-20. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/ 15343811/. [2] "Bombs, mortars in Shiite slum kill at least 161". MSNBC. 2006-11-23.

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Battle/Opera- From tion Name Date Operation Industrial Revolution 20060810 To Date 20060810

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Location Purpose/Result Southeast Fallujah/Industrial Cordone Sector and Search Looking for IED/ VBIED Making Facilities Obeidi region, northern portion Counterinsurgency: Conducted to root out terrorists on the Sunni side of town

Operation Iron 2006???? Arrow I Operation Post Hawk 2006????

2006????

2006???? 2006???? Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Humanitarian: Cleanup up Baghdad Security: Searched for weapons caches Security: The search revealed 75 weapons caches terrorists planned to use during attacks in the region. Counterinsurgency: One of the operation’s objectives was to identify and capture terrorists in the village Counterinsurgency: Continue clearing all insurgent operations out of the “Triad” area. Counterinsurgency: Aimed at neutralizing the insurgency activity and providing a secure area for the citizens of the Jazerra. Counterinsurgency: Looking for insurgents and their weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Designed to squash insurgent operations Counterinsurgency: To clear the area of insurgents and interact with the populace

Operation Uni- 2006???? fied Fist Operation Baghdad is Beautiful Operation King Tut 200601??

200601?? Baghdad

200601??

200601?? Baghdad 200601?? the “Triad” area of Haditha, Haqlaniyah and Barwana

Operation Red 200601?? Bull

Operation Fal- 20060111, 20060111, Shakaria con Sweep on or on or about about Operation Red 20060118 Bull II 20060118 the “Triad” area of Haditha, Haqlaniyah and Barwana 20060129 Jazerra area northwest of Habbaniyah, 75 km west of Baghdad 20060205 Hīt, numerous villages south of 20060217 east of the Euphrates River 20060213 Subiyhat

Operation Fin- 20060129 al Strike (Al Dharba Al Nihaa’ya) Operation Smokewagon Operation PitBull 20060202

20060210

Operation God 20060212 help us (Ala Allah)

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Operation Dirty Harry 20060220

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20060220 Muqdadiyah, a neighborhood and farmlands in the southern portion 20060226 a town along the Euphrates River in Al Anbar Province, northwest of Baghdad 200603?? Muqdadiyah Security and Counterinsurgency: To cordon and knock a local neighborhood which included searching homes and farmland for anti-coalition forces and weapon caches Counterinsurgency: Was aimed at clearing more than nine kilometers of riverbank and several small villages south of Haqlaniyah

Operation Minotaur

20060226

Operation Swamp Fox

200603??

Counterinsurgency: Coalition and Iraqi forces detained 104 suspected insurgents and confiscated a cache of weapons Counterinsurgency: The first, fully-independent Iraqi Army-led mission in the “Triad” region

Operation Ra- 200603?? ging Bull

200603?? the “Triad” region of Haditha, Haqliniyah, and Barwanah off the Euphrates River in western Al Anbar Province 200603?? 20060304 Fallujah

Operation Ra- 200603?? ging Bull II Operation Jaws V 200603??

Counterinsurgency: Disrupting insurgents’ efforts to launch mortar and improvised explosive device attacks against Coalition Forces Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: Was designed to deny insurgents sanctuary and preempt enemy attacks in the Baghdad area Counterinsurgency: Discovered more than 62 tons of munitions and weapons were discovered in over 80 weapons caches as well as the capture of 65 suspected insurgents

Operation El Toro Loco Operation Glory Light

20060301 20060302

20060301 Baghdadi 20060309 Sadr to Yusufiyah area

Operation Lion

20060302

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Operation Mr. 20060310 Rogers’ Neighborhood. Operation Focus Operation Scales of Justice 20060312 20060312

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20060310 Fallujah Humanitarian: Handed out toys and pamphlets to Iraqi Children Counterinsurgency: Found a weapons cache Counterinsurgency: Approximately 800 suspected insurgents had been detained and 140 weapons caches discovered and cleared as part of the operation Counterinsurgency: The operation resulted in 104 suspected insurgents currently being detained and questioned, and 24 caches discovered. Counterinsurgency: Discovering caches and hampering insurgent efforts Counterinsurgency: To disrupt anti-Iraqi forces and to find and destroy terrorist caches in Abu Ghraib. Operation Northern Lights was a joint U.S-Iraqi operation which consisted of approximately 1,400 personnel. Most of the information is confidential and not public. Counterinsurgency: A sequential cordon and search of eight villages in and around Hawijah

20060312 Diwaniyah 200603?? Baghdad

Operation Swarmer

20060316

20060322 a 10-by-10 mile square area northeast of Samarra 20060414 Jabouri Peninsula 2006???? Abu Ghraib

Operation Cowpens Operation Northern Lights

20060319

20060321

Operation Scorpion

20060324

20060325 Hawijiah

Operation Red 20060331 Light II

20060331 Salah Ad Din Counterinsurgency: Detained province 17 anti-Iraqi forces personnel and discovered four weapons caches 200604?? Haswah and Counterinsurgency: Was a Iskandariyah mission intended to locate the suspected leader and financier of a terrorist cell working in the area. The suspected terrorists were implicated in murders, kidnappings and the emplacement of roadside bombs 200605?? Najaf, KarHumanitarian: To control the bala and Bab- progressive loss of the date il Provinces palm crop and regenerate the industry

Operation Co- 200604?? bra Strike (2006)

Operation 200604?? Harvest Lights

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Operation Money Worth Operation Sterling Operation Hastings Operation Bastogne Operation Bold Action Operation Swift Sword 200604??

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200604?? Baghdad Security: Placed more than 500 concrete barriers at points throughout Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Detained 14 individuals and recovered a significant weapons cache Counterinsurgency: To take weapons out of the hands of insurgents Security: Blocking off escape routes frequented by insurgents Security: To provide more security near Tarmiya by chasing the terrorists Counterinsurgency: The operation resulted in the capture of 17 suspected insurgents and the confiscation of a cache of weapons. The cache included more than 100 artillery rounds, mortar rounds, mines, rocket-propelled grenades, sniper rifles, and 4,500 rounds of ammunition Counterinsurgency: Battle between the Mahdi Army and the Iraqi Army Counterinsurgency: Detained five known insurgents and found some weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Designed to remove the insurgents from the region making the area safer and to train the Iraqi police Counterinsurgency: Search for weapons caches and insurgents Counterinsurgency: To further develop the Iraq police in cordons and searches while reducing the insurgency in the Ninewah province Security and Counterinsurgency: The operation was focused on clearing the roads of IEDs and the debris that could hide them

200604??

2006????

Basra

20060404

20060407 Fallujah, northeast of 20060406 Baghdad

20060406

20060410

20060410 Tarmiya, near 20060429 the villages and farms west of Bayji

20060426

Battle of Diwaniya Operation Babil Perimeter Operation Lion Hunt

20060428

20060428 Diwaniya

20060428

200605?? Al Hayy

20060429

200605?? Mosul

Operation Dragons Breath Operation Lion Hunt II

200605??

200605?? Ramadi

200605??

200606?? Ninewah province

Operation Stallion Run

200605??

200605?? Baghdad

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Operation Lion 20060504

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20060504 Mosul 20060507 20060506 Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: A cordon and search operation

Operation 20060505 Lightning Blitz Operation Tropical Lightning 20060506

Operation Uni- 20060506 fied Front

20060506 Ameriya

Counterinsurgency: An effort to capture anti-Iraqi forces and seize weapons caches in the neighborhood of Ameriya Security: Coalition forces will stage out of the same patrol base as the 11th Special Infrastructure Battalion, a specialized Iraqi army unit that protects an oil pipeline running through Mushada. Counterinsurgency: The operation resulted in the detention of 200 suspected terrorists and the confiscation of weapons and propaganda materials at an insurgent training camp southwest of the city. Humanitarian: To protect key staple crops from insect damage in several Iraq provinces

Operation Lofty Summit

20060507

20060507 Mushada

Operation Iron 20060509 Triangle

20060511 Tikrit

Operation Barnstormer

20060516

20060518 Karbala, Wassit, Babil, Baghdad, Diyala, Ninewa and Dohuk 20060524 the Ubaydah region of Southern Lutafiyah

Operation Chepultepec

20060524

Counterinsurgency: Iraqi Police and Coalition Forces provided the outer cordon around the 80 square kilometer area while the Iraqi Army advanced to their objective to drive the terrorists from the region. Counterinsurgency: Was a search and arrest mission Counterinsurgency: Three men of military age previously on the Iraqi Army’s most wanted list were detained in searches of a wide area south of the city.

Operation Tinto Operation Coolspring VIII

20060525 2006????

20060525 Basrah 20060509 Mosul

Operation Roaring Tiger

20060603

20060603 Baghdad, Ad- Counterinsurgency: The ophamiyah eration captured 19 suspecdistrict ted insurgents

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Operation Cool Carpet Operation Together Forward Battle of Ramadi (2006) 20060609

List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War
20060609 Gharmah Humanitarian: To deliver prayer rugs along with two new air conditioning units Security: One of the largest combined security operations in the city since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003 Peacekeeping: The objective of the operation was to take full control of a city that had been out of the hands of the American military for the better part of two years. Counterinsurgency: To seek out illicit weapons and insurgent forces Counterinsurgency: Observe and prevent illegal border crossing’s from Iran

20060614

20061024 Baghdad

20060617

20061115 Ramadi

Operation Sand Storm

20060626

20060626 Ayn Mana

Operation Iron 200606?? Gate Operation Relentless Hunt Operation Gaugamela 200607??

200607?? Hawija and Riyadh 200608?? Hawija and Riyadh 200607?? Hawija and Riyadh

20060720

Counterinsurgency: A search for suspected al-Qaeda terrorists in towns just west of Kirkuk Counterinsurgency: The operation was aimed at denying terrorists the use of the town as a safe haven, disrupting insurgent attacks on Coalition and Iraqi Security Forces, and on collecting and destroying insurgent munitions Counterinsurgency: To disrupt and destroy the insurgency in and around Baghdad Counterinsurgency: To locate insurgents and weapons targeting coalition and Iraqi forces south of the city Counterinsurgency: Captured more than 30 suspected insurgents Counterinsurgency: an Iraqi Army, Iraqi Police and U.S. Army joint forces mission

Operation River Falcon

20060725

20060727 Sayifiyeh

Operation Thundercat

20060726

20060730 Baghdad

Operation Floodlight

200608??

20060809, Fallujah on or about 200608?? Haditha Triad region’s 20060820 Al Magrab, near Mosul

Operation Guardian Tiger IV Operation Passage

200608??

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20060825 Husayba Humanitarian: A combat mission when they stopped to give the refreshments to the kids Counterinsurgency: To weed out more than 2,000 terrorists in and around the city Security and Law enforcement: To develop the Iraqi Security Forces, facilitate the development of official rule of law through democratic government reforms, and continue the development of a market based economy centered on Iraqi reconstruction

Operation Constant Solidarity Operation Yorktown

20060901

20060901 Diwaniyah

20060926

20060926 Al Anbar Province

Operation Iron 20060930 Arrow II

20060930 Obeidi region Security: An IA-led effort aimed at establishing security in the northern portion of the region on the Shia side 200610?? Yusufiyah Counterinsurgency: Was intended to deny terrorists sanctuary in the city 20 mi (30 km) southwest of Baghdad Counterinsurgency: A cordon and search mission Peacekeeping and Counterinsurgency: An attempt to build trust with Iraqi civilians and eliminate terrorists

Operation Commando Hunter

20061002

Operation SOUK

20061002

20061002 Fallujah 20061004 Hurriyah

Operation Half 20061004 Nelson

Operation Medusa Operation Benefit Day

20061004 20061011

20061004 Mosul 20061011 Baghdad Humanitarian: Marines and Iraqi Security Forces passed out backpacks full of school supplies to the children Security: Was undertaken to establish a combat outpost in the area. Battle: Began when 800 masked members of the Mahdi army stormed three police stations in Amarah Humanitarian: Delivered basic food staples to about 300 Kurd, Turkmen and Arab families

Operation Dealer Battle of Amarah

20061012

20061012 Ramadi

20061019

20061020 Amarah

Operation 20061021 Helping Hand

20061021 Tuz

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Battle of Fallu- 20061107 jah(2006) Operation Trifecta 20061114

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20061223 Fallujah 20061118 Zaidon Battle: (See Operation Phantom Fury) Security and Counterinsurgency: Performed house-tohouse searches and wide spread cache sweeps Battle: Was fought over 40 hours between American paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division and well trained insurgent forces. Humanitarian and Counterinsurgency: Rescued 2 hostages and detained 13 suspected insurgents Security and Counterinsurgency: Detained 10 terrorist suspects and found a cache of improvised explosive device components

Battle of Turki 20061115

20061116 Turki

Operation Talon

200611120 20061120 Fallujah, north of

Operation Polar Black Diamond

20061125

20061125 al Taca

Operation Polar Valor Operation Cougar

20061207 20061210

20061207 20061210 Adhamiyah Security and counterinsurgency: A cordon and search operation Counterinsurgency: Removed a sizeable cache of IED making material, detained 11 individuals believed to be involved in insurgent activities and improved the living conditions for the Iraqi people in the area Counterinsurgency: Fifteen suspects were detained in several locations near the city Counterinsurgency: Netted a weapons cache and demonstrated the Iraqi Army soldiers’ ability to gather intelligence, plan, execute and exercise command and control during a large-scale operation Counterinsurgency: To sweep the Al Doura market and clear the area so merchants can return and be safe

Operation Arc- 20061216 tic Sunrise

20061216 Baghdad, South of

Operation Eagle Watch

20061215

20061216 Tikrit

Operation Moonlight (Alkamra Almaner)

20061219

20061221

Operation Gladiator

20061223

20061223 Baghdad

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Operation Beastmaster 20061229

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20061229 Baghdad, the western suburb of Ghazaliya Counterinsurgency: Cleared three large neighborhoods which were the sights of much sectarian violence

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/ 15866123/. • Iraqi Insurgency [3] "Saddam Hussein executed in Iraq". • Post-invasion Iraq, 2003-2006 BBC. 2006-12-30. http://news.bbc.co.uk/ • Casualties of the conflict in Iraq since 2/hi/middle_east/6218485.stm. 2003 [4] DefenseLink News Article: Hundreds of • Civil war in Iraq Former Iraqi Insurgents Reconcile With Government [5] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19801&Itemid=128 • Military Casualties and non-military [6] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ deaths. index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20130&Itemid=110 • United States casualties of war [7] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19924&Itemid=128 [8] Iraqi Troops Take Charge of Sadr City in Swift Push - New York Times Maps of Iraq [9] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ • High resolution maps index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20225&Itemid=128 of Iraq. Iraqi sources [10] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ • Iraq Diaries -- Iraqis writing about their index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20499&Itemid=110 experiences of war. [11] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ • The Ground Truth Project -- A series of index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=21115&Itemid=21 exclusive, in-depth interviews with Iraqis, [12] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ aid workers, military personnel and index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22095&Itemid=4http://www.mnf- others who have spent significant time on-theiraq.com/ ground in Iraq. index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=14196&Itemid=466 • What Iraqis Think -- A compilation of the [13] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ latest polls and blogs index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=23008&Itemid=21 coming out of Iraq. • Iraq documents on Weapons of Mass [14] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ Destruction This is a index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22095&Itemid=46 U.S. military site containing approximately 1 million files [15] http://www.mnf-iraq.com/ captured from the Iraqi military in the index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22370&Itemid=21 aftermath of the invasion. [16] 1st Armored Division commander Casualties announces operation, Army.mil, (additional links not found in Casualties links Retrieved on 12 February 2009 section) [17] Operation Goodwill Aids Iraqis in • "[11]; Iraqi Civilian Deaths Increase Maysan, MNF-I, Retrieved 12 February Dramatically After Invasion" Johns 2009 Hopkins School of Public Health, October [18] Iraqi Forces making strong progress in 28 2004. major Diyala operation, Retrieved May • "One-Day Toll in Iraq Combat Is Highest 15, 2009 for U.S. in Months", Washington Post, • National Force Iraq Website October 19 2006. • security • U.S. Military Personnel Wounded in Iraq • National Corps-Iraq & Afghanistan: A Running Log. • America • Moving a Nation to Care: Post-Traumatic • Army 1st Division website Stress Disorder and America’s Returning • Website Troops by Ilona Meagher, Introduction by • States Army Website Penny Coleman, Foreword by Robert Roerich, M.D.

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Battle/Opera- From tion Name Date Operation Arrowhead Strike VI Operation Green Angel Operation Three Swords Operation Michigan 2007???? To Date 2007????

List of coalition military operations of the Iraq War
Location Baghdad Purpose/Result Counterinsurgency: Part of the continuing security plan for Baghdad

2007???? 2007???? 2007????

2007???? 2007???? 2007???? 20070306 near Bin Muhammad south of Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Found two ammunition caches and detaining two suspects

Operation 2007???? White Rockets

Operation Locust Operation Three Kings Operation Arrowhead Strike III Operation Turki Bowl

200701?? 200701?? 200701?? 200701?? 20070103 ???????? Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Captured 13 suspected insurgents and recovered several weapons in the northwestern area of the city Counterinsurgency: U.S. and Iraqi forces killed 100 terrorists, detained 50, and dismantled a large terrorist group

20070104 20070113 south of Balad Ruz in the Turki Village, Tuwilla and 30 Tamuz areas of the province

Battle of Haifa 20070106 20070109 Baghdad, Street Haifa Street

Battle: Was a battle fought over three days for the control of Haifa Street, a two-mile-long street in downtown Baghdad, between American and Iraqi Army forces and various insurgent forces Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: To deny anti-Iraq forces a safe haven in the area

Operation Turki Bowl II

20070108 20070108 Balaruz

Operation Ma- 20070110 20070111 Yusufiyah chete Harvest

Operation Koa 20070114 20070127 along the Eu- Counterinsurgency: An effort to disCanyon (Wadi phrates River rupt insurgent activity and to root out Aljundi) their weapons stores along the Euphrates River Operation Howard 20070116 20070116 Risalah Iraqi army forces elements detained 19 men during operations to capture an illegal armed group leader allegedly responsible for coordinating

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violent attacks against Iraqi civilians and coalition forces

Operation Arbead II Operation Northern Venture Operation Warm-Up Operation Black Eagle II

20070118 20070118 Fallujah 2007021 20070121 Al Anbar Province

Counterinsurgency: To detain members of a murder and intimidation cell Counterinsurgency: Marines from 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, uncovered 14 large caches Humanitarian: Distributed cloths, food, first aid kits and school supplies to children in Iraq Counterinsurgency: Soldiers detained three suspected terrorists for suspicious activity. Weapons found during the operation included two AK-47 bandoleers and two Katyusha rocket casings

20070122 20070122 Kawla and Darar 20070123 20070123 Mahmudiyah

Operation 20070123 20070123 Mrbat Garhat Counterinsurgency: Eagle Claw XI Village near Kirkuk Operation Tomahawk Strike 11 20070124 20070124 Baghdad Counterinsurgency: A series of targeted raids to disrupt illegal militia activity and help restore Iraqi security force control in the area Counterinsurgency: Was a battle that was fought between U.S. and Iraqi forces, and the Islamist Mahdi Army of Muqtada al-Sadr Counterinsurgency: The joint force searched more than 50 homes in the area while detaining two suspected insurgents. Counterinsurgency: Six people were detained during the operation and later released. A quantity of munitions were discovered and later disposed of by explosive experts

Battle of Najaf 20070128 20070129 Zarqa, Najaf (2007) Governorate

Operation New Day

20070129 20070129 the Al Warar District of Ar Ramadi 20070206 20070206 Hay A’Tanumah , a number of locations on the eastern bank of the Shatt Al’Arab opposite the main town of Basra 20070214 Ongoing Baghdad

Operation SINBAD

Law and Order(Fardh Al-Qanoon) Operation Wolverine Alesia Operation Brown Hawk

20070223 20070203 Yusufiyah

Counterinsurgency: Discovered a weapons cache with a total of 1,129 mortar rounds uncovered Counterinsurgency: To eliminate Tahrir as an operating base for

20070225 20070225 Tahrir

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improvised explosive device building cells and key leaders of the Al-Qaeda forces in Iraq.

Operation Saber Boss

20070226 20070226 Muqdadiya

Counterinsurgency: Seized four weapons caches, killed approximately 10 insurgents and detained five suspected terrorists Counterinsurgency: The first step in their portion of the Baghdad Security Plan

Operation Ranger Dominance Operation Agave L Operation Tomahawk Strike 12

200703?? 200703?? Baghdad

20070304 20070304 20070304 20070304 Baghdad’s Sadr City Counterinsurgency: A combined clearance of Sadr City to set secure conditions and identify and destroy militant threats and safe houses in the area in preparation of the establishment of a District Joint Security Station. Counterinsurgency: A short-notice, reactive strike operation launched on a building west of the Al Jameat district of the city as a direct result of information gained after an attack made on a Multi National Forces base Forward Presence and Security: To establish a presence within the city to deter the sectarian violence against the Iraqi population from insurgents and establish a footprint of Coalition Forces Counterinsurgency: Succeeded in preventing 3,200 roadside bombs, jailing 42 terrorists, and seizing enough weapons and explosives to outfit an enemy infantry battalion Humanitarian: To fill the shelves of schools with necessary tools to build the foundation of a solid education

Operation Phoenix

20070305 20070305 Basrah City

Operation Dragon Surge

20070317 20070317 Baghdad

Operation Arrowhead Strike 9

20070320 200704?? Baghdad, west-central Mansour security district 20070325 20070401 throughout Iraq 20070405 20070405 Diyala Province

Operation Enduring Education Operation Regular Justice

Operation 20070405 20070520 outside of the Counterinsurgency: Eight weeks of inValiant Guardmajor cities of terdicting and disrupting enemy routes ian (Harris the Euphrates and safe havens Ba’sil) River valley in western al Anbar province Operation Black Eagle 20070406 20070406 Diwaniya Counterinsurgency: U.S. troops battled gunmen loyal to anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr in the town of Diwaniya for control of the city

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Operation Black Eagle City

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Humanitarian: Was a follow-on operation to Operation Black Eagle designed to rebuild the city and provide humanitarian aid to the people most affected by the recent militia violence Security and counterinsurgency: Was aimed at disrupting local vehicle-borne improvised explosive device networks operating in the area and gaining additional information and intelligence on the VBIED networks. Security: A joint effort that established security in the southeastern portion of Baghdad

20070411 200704?? Diwaniya

Operation Dixon

20070412 20070412 Baghdad, eastern portion

Operation Yukon River Operation Eagle Lightning Operation School Supplies

20070412 20070412 Adwaniyah

20070416 20070416 Baghdad, just Counterinsurgency: Detained 33 sussouth in the pected terrorists, discovered 6 Shaka area weapons caches and 5 IED’s 20070418 20070418 throughout Iraq Humanitarian: Is a program where school supplies are donated to local Iraqi students who wouldn’t otherwise have what’s needed for a good education

Operation Commando Dive Operation Eagle Dive I

20070421 20070421 Baghdad, just Counterinsurgency: Led to the detensouth of, in tions of almost 50 individuals and a the Shubaynumber of cache finds shen area 20070421 20070421 Baghdad, just south in the Shubayshen area 20070421 20070421 the Shubayshen area, just south of Baghdad Counterinsurgency: The effort netted 33 detainees, most suspected of building and planting improvised explosive devices Counterinsurgency: Detained three suspected terrorists and found a cache of IED-making materials including wire, black powder, explosives manuals in English and Arabic, and chemistry textbooks Counterinsurgency: Detained six terror suspects and found a small weapons cache containing small arms and ammunition as well as 300 pounds of homemade explosive material and ball bearings for use in IEDs Security: The cordon and search mission was conducted in an effort to secure a suspected Anti-Iraqi Forces weapons cache located in 3rd HBCT’s operating area Counterinsurgency: An operation intended to deny planned attacks on Patrol Base Lutifiyah.

Operation Polar Dive

Operation Trident IV

20070421 20070421 the Shubayshen area, just south of Baghdad

Operation Chalons

20070423 20070423

Operation Eagle Dive II

20070426 20070426 Lutifiyah

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Counterinsurgency: Found numerous weapons and weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Resulted in 85 terror suspects detained and an improvised explosive device found during the all-day mission Counterinsurgency: Among those killed during the operation was Muharib Abdul Latif, the Senior Minister of Information of al-Qaeda-in-Iraq Counterinsurgency: Soldiers found a weapons cache in the reed lines that consisted of homemade grenades Counterinsurgency and law enforcement: To rid the Rashid District of terrorists and criminals and to protect the population Security: Patrolled in search of terrorists and terrorist activity Counterinsurgency: To sweep and clear their area of insurgent activity Counterinsurgency: A mission to search for illegal weapons, explosives and high value targets in the southern town Counterinsurgency: Detained 3 suspected insurgents and found 2 weapons caches Counterinsurgency: To disrupt insurgent activity in the Suleikh neighborhood Security: To make neighborhoods, markets, areas of congestion safer for the Iraqis Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the detainment of 13 people suspected of insurgent activities Security: Was designed to turn Fallujah over to local Iraqi law enforcement by dividing the city up into manageable sections Counterinsurgency: To make sure al Qaeda and the insurgents have no safe sanctuary where they can rest, refit, stage, and plan for attacks

Operation For- 20070428 20070428 Ramadi sythe Park Operation Polar Scrum 20070501 20070501 Yusufiyah

Operation Rat 20070501 20070501 Adhamiya Trap

Operation 20070502 20070503 Mahmudiyah Eagle Thunder III Operation Dragon Fire 20070505 20070506 Baghdad, the East Rashid security district 20070514 20070514 Dura-iya 20070519 2007???? Rutbah

Operation Beach Yellow Operation Southern Scimitar Operation Valdez

20070519 20070519 Uybeaydat, south of Baghdad 20070526 200705?? Baghdad, the East Rashid security district

Operation Dragon Fire East

Operation Red 20070526 20070526 Adhamiyah Eagle District Operation Safe 20070528 20070528 Neighborhood Operation Vipers Bite Operation Alljah 20070530 20070530 the Al Izza district of Al Kut 200706?? 200706?? Fallujah

Operation 200706?? 200706?? Safety and Security (Fahrad Al Amin)

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Operation Northern Forge 200706?? 20070607

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Operation 200706?? 200706?? Northern Fury Operation Cave Dweller Operation Eagle Sweep 20070601 Ongoing western EuSecurity and Reconnaissance: US Marphrates River ines searched and mapped all caves valley they found Counterinsurgency: The searches resulted in four military-aged males being questioned, one of whom was a wanted insurgent Counterinsurgency: To locate and detain suspected terrorists in Balad with ties to the kidnapping of two U.S. Soldiers taken captive. Resulted in a sustained firefight between the insurgents and US and Iraqi Special forces. Several women and children who had been hostage for more than a month were also freed. Counterinsurgency: One of the homes had an SA-7 shoulder-fired surface-toair missile system, and two men were detained and taken for questioning about the weapon. Security and Counterinsurgency: Search for 2 missing Soldiers who were abducted May 12th in Quarghulli Village

20070601 20070601 Lutifiyah, northeast of, near the Karkh Oil Facility 20070601 20070601

Operation Falkirk

Operation Hermes

20070603 20070603 Radwaniyah

Operation 20070603 20070603 southwest of Polar Charade Rushdi Mullah Operation Brutus Operation Tiger Hammer Operation Northwestern Shoulder

20070604 20070604 Iskandariyhya Counterinsurgency: Was an air assault mission focused on capturing or denying enemy sanctuary in the area 20070607 20070607 Baghdad, the Adhamiyah District Counterinsurgency: The four-hour operation netted nine detainees and 38 illegal weapons

20070612 20070612 Sagrah, Hosfa Counterinsurgency and Humanitarian: and Zawiyah Detained 10 Iraqis, searched for weapons and insurgent activity and performed several humanitarian projects 20070613 20070613 Rusafa Counterinsurgency: Recovered three AK-47 magazines, one shotgun and one chemical protective mask Counterinsurgency: An operation designed to defeat extremists in Iraq Security: Focused on the security belts surrounding Baghdad

Operation Eagle Talon Operation Phantom Thunder Operation Marne Torch

20070616 Ongoing

Throughout Iraq Baghdad

20070616 Ongoing

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Operation Nijmegen Operation Ardennes

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Counterinsurgency: Netted a cell leader with ties to persons of interest in the area southwest of the city. Counterinsurgency: Yielded two suspected insurgents wanted for their potential involvement in targeting Iraqi and Coalition Forces with improvised explosive devices and for their involvement in sectarian violence Counterinsurgency: To disrupt key insurgent networks from freedom of maneuver in the battalion’s area of operation. Counterinsurgency: Coalition forces seized multiple weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Resulted in the capture of three suspects caught with materials used in the manufacture of car bombs Counterinsurgency: A large-scale effort to eliminate al-Qaeda in Iraq terrorists Counterinsurgency: Targeted a series of houses which local citizens indicated were being used by al-Qaeda cells to intimidate them and launch attacks against Iraqi and Coalition Forces

20070616 20070616 Baghdad

20070617 20070617 Muwayllihah

Operation Chosin

20070617 20070617 Dura’iya

Operation Des- 20070617 20070617 Tuwaitha, troyer Strike near Operation Castine 20070618 20070618 Adhamiyah

Operation Arrowhead Ripper Operation Commando Eagle

20070619 20070619 Baqouba and its surrounding areas 20070621 Ongoing Baghdad, southwest of

Operation 20070622 20070622 Jabella Sledgehammer (2007) Operation Per- 20070623 20070623 Mahmudiyah, Counterinsurgency: Captured five egrine II a village members of an insurgent cell in north outside Babil Operation Crazyhorse Thunder 20070623 20070623 Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Seven suspects were detained for allegedly planting IED’s along Route Tampa, the highway leading into Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Cleared insurgent caches south of Salman Pak and southeast of Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Part of Operation Marne Torch, the latest Coalition Force initiative to eliminate insurgent sanctuaries southeast of Baghdad Security: To establish a permanent combat outpost along with check points Counterinsurgency: Detained six insurgents

Operation 20070624 20070624 Al Dura’iya Blore Heath II Operation Bullrun 20070624 20070624 Al Dura’iya

Operation Cobra Strike (2007)

20070625 20070628 Tibaj

Operation 20070625 20070625 Baghdad Council Grove II

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Operation Golden Eagle II

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Counterinsurgency: Was an early morning ground assault to prevent insurgents from creating a base of operations north of Lutifiyah

20070627 20070627 Lutifiyah and Baghdad

Operation 20070629 20070630 between Mah- Counterinsurgency: detained nine susEagle Venture mudiyah and pected insurgents while constructing a IV Yusifiyah battle position Battle of Donkey Island 20070630 20070630 outside Ramadi Routine reconnaissance detects impending assault on Ramadi by 40 - 70 insurgents. US forces annihilate the insurgent force

Operation Eagles Operation Guardian Torch

200707?? 200707?? 200707?? 200707?? Arab Jabour Counterinsurgency: Was designed to clear the area of al Qaeda and other insurgent forces

Operation Ger- 200707?? 200707?? onimo Strike II Operation Justice Reach Operation Nijemgen II 200707?? 200707?? 200707?? 200707??

Operation Pat- 200707?? 200707?? riot Strike Operation Dragon Hammer 20070701 20070701 Baghdad, Rashid District Counterinsurgency: Baghdad troops detained more than 100 suspected insurgents and seized more than 200 weapons caches. Counterinsurgency: Conducted to prevent insurgency operations and attacks Counterinsurgency: Found money, weapons and detained numerous people for questioning Counterinsurgency: Found several weapons caches including more than 80 mortar rounds, 10 rockets, 15 pounds of plastic explosives, several artillery rounds, fuses, blasting caps and other components to be used to make IEDs

Operation Ger- 20070703 20070703 Kalsu’s Fish onimo Strike Farms area Operation 20070706 20070706 Arab Jabour Four Brothers Operation Stampede 3 20070706, 20070706, on or on or about about

Operation Grenada

20070707 20070707 Babel, North- Counterinsurgency: Captured the ern portion ringleader of a cell responsible for conducting rocket and improvised explosive device attacks on the people and security forces of North Babil Security Operation: Task Force Marne Soldiers teamed with Iraqi Security

Operation Safe 20070707 20070707 Jisr Diyala Teach

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Forces to provide security for Iraqi school children

Operation Ch- 20070623 20070630 North of ina Shop Karmah

Counterinsurgency: Conducted in order to clear insurgents and weapons caches north of Karmah and Fallujah in areas that were previously unoccupied by Coalition Forces.

Operation Ch- 20070708 20070708 North of ina Shop II Karmah Operation Eastern Fury 20070710 20070713 Fallujah

Operation Ger- 20070710 20070713 Iskandariyah, Counterinsurgency: Conducted in oronimo Strike northwest of der to capture members of an Al III Qaeda cell wanted in connection with the kidnapping of three American Soldiers and other attacks against Iraqi and Coalition Forces Operation Saber Guardian Operation Leyte Gulf 20070710 20070711 Sherween Counterinsurgency: Resulted in 20 alQaida terrorists killed, 20 detained, and two weapons caches and 12 improvised explosive devices discovered

20070711 20070711 Mahmudiyah, Counterinsurgency: A ring leader of a south of cell and 4 of his lieutenants responsible for conducting improvised explosive device attacks on the people and security forces of North Babil was captured 20070712 20070712 Lutifiyah, east Counterinsurgency: Iraqi and U.S. Solof diers nabbed 46 men suspected of involvement with al Qaeda affiliated terror networks 20070713 20070713 Al Anbar Counterinsurgency:

Operation Eagle Ares

Operation Waterfront

Operation 20070714 20070714 al-Owesat and Counterinsurgency: Resulted in 12 Polar Tempest al-Thobat, the men being detained for questioning on villages near suspicion of terrorist activity. Operation Bel- 20070715 20070715 licose Bastian Operation Ithaca 20070715 20070715 Haimer, Abu Nasim, and Jamil, near the villages of 20070715 200707?? Al Anbar province, western portion 200708?? 200708?? Al Anbar province Counterinsurgency: Ten suspected insurgents were arrested Counterinsurgency: Resulted in 29 alQaida gunmen killed, 23 detained, eight hostages released, two weapons caches discovered and a safe house destroyed Counterinsurgency: To neutralize any future attempts by insurgent Forces to re-establish a presence in key urban areas along the Euphrates River valley Counterinsurgency: Aimed at countering an insurgent surge of activity in the area, as well as disrupting the flow

Operation Mawtini

Operation Punisher III

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of weapons and other illegal items toward the urban areas. Was part of Operation Mawtini.

Operation Purple Haze Operation Marne Avalanche

20070715 20070715 Baghdad, Counterinsurgency: Discovered two Jamiya’a caches totaling approximately 700 lb neighborhood of homemade explosives 20070716 Ongoing Baghdad Counterinsurgency: An offensive operation aimed at stopping southern Baghdad from being used as a safe haven and preventing the movement of weapons, munitions and insurgents into Baghdad Counterinsurgency: No weapons were found, but Soldiers and police officers learned there had been holes dug where weapons may have been stored previously Peacekeeping:

Operation Ameliyet

20070717 20070717 Baghdad

Operation Iraqi Home Protector Operation Olympus Operation Iraqi Heart

20070722 20070722 Riyadh

20070722 20070722 Anbakia 20070723 20070723 Amman, Jordan

Counterinsurgency: Opened routes and cleared insurgents Humanitarian Operation: An Iraqi child received an operation in Amman, Jordan, to correct a heart defect known as Tetralogy of Fallot Counterinsurgency: Outpost Established, Cache Discovered Counterinsurgency: Captured 25 suspected insurgents Counterinsurgency: Killed 11 terrorists and detained 13 suspected terrorists

Operation Rogue Thunder

20070724 20070724 Baghdad

Operation Iron 20070726 20070726 Baghdad, Blitz Northwest of Operation Woodshed 20070726 20070726 Samood Village, an area near Turki Village

Operation Rogue Stomp Operation Pegasus Bridge

20070729 20070730 Baghdad, the Counterinsurgency: Jamia Section 20070730 20070805 Al Anbar Province Counterinsurgency: Numerous weapons caches, one of which consisted of 11 tons of ammonium nitrate, are among operational highlights. Dozens of enemy munitions, homemade explosives (HME) and rigged-to-blow Improvised Explosive Devices were also uncovered and destroyed in place. Counterinsurgency: More than 80 suspected terrorists have been detained Security: Put residents in police stations to guard their own communities

Operation Jalil 20070731 200708?? Samarra Operation New Blue 200707?? 200707?? throughout Iraq

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Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: Was to clear an area used by al-Qaeda in Iraq to launch mortars into Baqouba. Counterinsurgency: Captured four suspected insurgents and recovered materials for making improvised explosive devices

20070801 20070802 Baqouba, south of

Operation 20070801 20070801 Baghdad, the Winston-Salem Al Amin Section Operation Firecracker

20070807 200708?? the western Counterinsurgency: The operation was Yarmouk launched to seek out a suspected IEDneighborhood, cell in the area. Baghdad 20070804 20070807 Had Maksar Counterinsurgency: During the operation, two house-borne improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were discovered and destroyed; two weapons caches were discovered; four IEDs were discovered and reduced; and one al-Qaida vehicle was destroyed. Counterinsurgency: To destroy alQaeda elements in the Abu Tina area Law enforcement: An effort to stop anyone affiliated with illegal militias from taking gasoline and then selling it on the black market. Counterinsurgency: A large-scale offensive to defeat al-Qaeda and other terrorist cells seeking safe haven. Was part of Operation Phantom Strike. Counterinsurgency: To eliminate remaining elements of AQI and other extremist groups, preventing them from causing further terrorism and inciting sectarian violence. Additionally, it will intensify pressure on extremist networks across the entire theater.

Operation Hoplite

Operation Wil- 20070808 20070808 Abu Tina liam Wallace Operation Banzeen 200708?? 200708?? Baghdad

Operation Lightning Hammer Operation Phantom Strike

20070813 Ongoing

Diyala River Valley

20070813 Ongoing

throughout Iraq

Operation Police Victory Operation Pericles

200708?? 200708?? 20070815 20070815 Diyala River province Counterinsurgency: The object of the operations was to sweep insurgents from the villages and palm groves of the province. Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: An aviation-based combat offensive targeting Sunni and Shiia military safe havens and weapons smugglers in the southern belts of Baghdad. The 3,900 U.S.

Operation Snake River Operation Marne Husky

20070815 20070815 Hawr Rajab region 20070816 20070916 Baghdad

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troops in the area are focusing on choking the flow of Iranian-supplied bombs and weapons reaching the capital city.

Operation Chesterfield

20070816 20070816 New Baghdad Counterinsurgency: Captured one susDistrict pected insurgent and recovered a weapons cache including recovering two AK-47s, two pistols and 900,000 Iraqi dinar. 20070817 20070817 Baghdad 200708?? 200708?? Baghdad 20070820 20070820 the Owesat and Fetoah areas, along the Euphrates River Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: Found several Weapons caches Counterinsurgency: Thirteen men were detained for further questioning, one of whom was on the battalion’s list of persons of interest. His brother was also detained, and was found by the Soldiers of Company A disguised as a pregnant woman in an attempt to avoid capture. Counterinsurgency: 16 suspected members of a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device cell, with suspected links to al-Qaeda, were detained. Counterinsurgency: Was an air assault mission conducted in support of Operation Marne Husky Battle: Counterinsurgency:

Operation Little Man Operation Dragon Fox Operation Crimson Shogun

Operation Nijmegen II

20070823 20070823 Diyarah, north of

Operation Fal- 200708?? 200708?? Baghdad con Fury II Battle of Karbala Operation Combined Justice Operation Powerline 20070827 200708?? Karbala 200708?? 200708??

20070825 20070825 throughout Iraq

Counterinsurgency: An operation to survey Iraq for downed power lines and watching for anyone violating the stand-off distance laws. Counterinsurgency: Netted several detainees, three caches containing 150 lb of home-made explosives, two 130 mm rounds, a ZU-23 with 2,000 rounds, a rocket-propelled grenade with eight rounds, a PKC, and seven AK-47s. Counterinsurgency: Tips from concerned citizens led Iraqi Coalition Forces to identify and destroy an enemy safehouse and discover a weapons cache.

Operation Church

20070827 20070827 Gobia

Operation Gecko

20070828 20070828 Jurf as Sakhr

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Counterinsurgency: To rid the area of insurgents and their deadly tools. Counterinsurgency: 16 suspected insurgents were detained. Counterinsurgency: Detained eight suspected al-Qaeda members and confiscated four AK-47 assault rifles Counterinsurgency: Detained three people and seized a large cache of weapons Counterinsurgency: Discovered a weapons cache containing three AK-47 assault rifles, 14 mortar primers, six magazine carriers and 24 magazines. Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: The operation, carried out by Soldiers of Company D, 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, was part of the continuous effort to sweep out insurgent strongholds. Soldiers also recovered two AK-47 assault rifles, one magazine and 707,000 Iraqi dinar, equal to about $600. Counterinsurgency: Search for alqaeda members throughout Iraq. Counterinsurgency: To rid a major road of Improvised Explosive Devices Counterinsurgency: The operation, designed to remove al-Qaeda influence south of Buhriz, resulted in the discovery of three weapons caches and five improvised explosive devices. Four detainees were located in the vicinity of a cache and were transferred to a facility for further questioning. Counterinsurgency: To drive Al-Qaeda out of the area. Counterinsurgency: Was conducted in farmland and palm groves on the Diyala River, resulted in the discovery of 11 al Qaeda in Iraq weapons caches. Counterinsurgency: Was an air assault mission that yielded three suspected militants who were detained after they were discovered with explosives.

Operation 20070928 20070830 Habbaniyah, Street Sweepoutside of er II Operation Eagle Chickmauga Operation Hit and Run Operation Comanche Swarm III 20070901 20070901 Mahmudiyah

20070901 20070901 near Hawr Rajab 20070902 20070902 Baghdad, East of

Operation Gat- 20070902 20070902 near Patrol or Inn Base Murray

Operation K Operation Black Shark

20070902 20070902 Baghdad, East of 20070903 20070903 Baghdad

Operation Lightning Hammer II Operation Tuwaitha Sunrise Operation Wickersham III

20070905 20070905 throughout Iraq 200709?? 200709?? Tuwaitha, southeast of Baghdad 20070905 20070905 Diyala province

Operation 20070906 20070906 Khan Bani Justice League Sa’ad Operation 20070907 20070907 Baqouba, Rock Hammer South of

Operation Fal- 20070910 20070910 Baghdad, con Fury south of

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20070910 20070910 New Baghdad Counterinsurgency: The operation, carried out by Soldiers of Company C, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, resulted in the recovery of two explosively formed penetrators, eight hand grenades, one rocket, 218 rounds of ammunition, three mortars and three rolls of wire. 2007???? Counterinsurgency:

Operation 2007???? Greywolf Hammer II Operation Gun 2007???? Barrel City

2007????

Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency:

Operation Vik- 20070915 20070915 ing Clampdown III Operation Dragon Talon II Operation Marne Torch II Operation Bethel Operation Lions Paw 20070917 20070917 Baghdad

Counterinsurgency: Captured 2 individuals suspected of anti-Coalition activities and the confiscation of several weapons caches. Counterinsurgency:

200709?? 200709??

20070919 20070919 Hawr Rajab 200709?? 200709?? throughout Iraq

Counterinsurgency: Detained insurgent suspects and destroyed weapons Humanitarian: The release of 50 to 75 Iraqi detainies each day during Ramadan Counterinsurgency: A weapons smuggler was detained and a cache of weapons was discovered containing two AK-47s, four magazines and two pistols with two magazines Counterinsurgency: A weapons cache was also discovered during the operation which contained two hand grenades, one 105mm artillery round, one 81mm mortar round, one PKC machine gun, one Dragunov sniper rifle, one DISHKA heavy machine gun, three AK-47 assault rifles, two ammunition vests and other paraphernalia. The cache was destroyed on the scene. Counterinsurgency: An operation designed to look for weapons caches and insurgents. Counterinsurgency: Searched for weapons caches.

Operation Vik- 20070920 20070920 Sheik ing Snatch Hammad Village, near

Operation Gecko III A

20070921 20070921 Jurf As Sukhr

Operation Bear Operation Gold Digger

20070929 20070929 Baqouba

20070929 20070929 Sheik Jamil

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Counterinsurgency: Discovered weapons and detained several suspected insurgents Counterinsurgency: Discovered a large weapons cache in the village cemetery and detained two men.

20070930 20070930 east of FOB Falcon 20071005 20071005 Muradiyah

20071006 20071006 Said Abdulla Counterinsurgency: Detained 17 susCorridor, west pected insurgents. of Mahmudiyah 200710?? 200710?? 200710?? 200710?? Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency: Counterinsurgency:

Operation Bell 200710?? 200710?? Hurriyah (Enjoy Freedom) Operation Gecko IIIB Operation Bone Breaker 200710?? 200710?? throughout Iraq 20071015 20071015 southeast Baqouba

Counterinsurgency: Search for weapons caches and suspected insurgents. Counterinsurgency: Captured one large weapons cache containing assorted weapons and ammunition, as well as two smaller caches containing home-made explosives.

Operation Iron 20071127 200712?? Northern Iraq Counter Insurgency:To pursue alReaper Qaeda in Iraq and extremist elements from the region. Combat operations related • "Aerial Propaganda Leaflet Database". Psywar.org, 06 November, 2005. (ed. Iraq War PSYOP leaflets and posters) News • Electronic Iraq: Daily news and analysis from Iraq with a special focus on the Iraqi experience of war. • News from Iraq: Aggregated news on the war, including politics and economics. • The Struggle for Iraq: BBC Best Link: All the latest news, analysis and images from Iraq. • War in Iraq: CNN Special Report: This page was archived in May 2003 when President Bush declared an end to major combat. However, the coalition casualties’ list continues to be updated. • Iraq: Transition of Power: CNN Special Report: Three years later, debate rages.

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Battle/Oper- From ation Name Date Operation Marne Thunderbolt Operation Rock Reaper Operation Phantom Phoenix Operation Raider Harvest Operation Iron Harvest To Date

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Location Purpose/Result Security:Focused on pursuing the enemy and clearing al-Qaeda safe havens. Transitioned to Operation Marne Grand Slam in February 2008. Counter Insurgency: Effort to clear Al-Queda strongholds Security:Focused on pursuing the enemy and clearing al-Qaeda safe havens Security: A sub operation of Operation Iron Harvest. Counter Insurgency: To pursue alQaeda in Iraq and extremist elements from the region. A sub operation of the corps-level offensive Operation Phantom Phoenix Security:Focused on pursuing the enemy and clearing al-Qaeda safe havens. Transitioned to Operation Marne Rugged in March 2008. Security:Focused on pursuing the enemy and clearing al-Qaeda safe havens. Counter Insurgency:Targeting criminal elements by the Iraqi Army and Iraqi Security Forces

200801?? 20080215 southeast of Baghdad

200801?? 2008???? west of Baquba, Iraq 20080108 Ongoing southeast of Baghdad, Northern Iraq southeast of Baghdad, Northern Iraq Northern Iraq

20080108 Ongoing

20080109 Ongoing

Operation 20080215 20080315 southeast of Marne Grand Baghdad Slam Operation Marne Rugged Operation Sawlat alFursan (Charge of the Knights) Operation Estonia 20080315 Ongoing southeast of Baghdad al Qurnah, Iraq

20080324 Ongoing

20080329 20080330 the cities of Hamza and Hashmiyah, Iraq

Counter Insurgency:detained numerous criminals and found two caches Counter Insurgency: discovered a large weapons cache

Operation 20080404 2008???? Salah ad Din Manchu HarProvince, Iraq vest III (Salah ad Din) Operation Marne Piledriver

20080415 2008???? the Mahmudiyah Peacekeeping and Counterinsurarea gency:will continue efforts to root out insurgency and stimulate economic growth and development throughout the Mahmudiyah Qada 20080518 20080518 Forward Operat- Counter Insurgency:To reconcile with ing Base combatants. Reported a 90% drop in McHenry, Iraq violence in certain areas. 20080519 20080519 the Younis alSabawi neighborhood of Mosul, Iraq Counter Insurgency:Discovered a cache consisted of more than 100 mortar rounds, more than 100 mortar fuses, two mortar tubes, two mortar

Operation Restore Peace VI Operation Lions Roar

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bipods, one suicide vest, two rockets and eight mines.

Operation Balad Musalahah[4] Operation Siegfried Line[5] Operation Gravel Dump[6] Operation Spring Break[7] Operation al Salam, (Peace)[8] Operation Lion Hunt[9]

20080522 2008???? Balad area

Counter Insurgency:Allowing reconciliation of insurgents. Counter Insurgency:detained numerous suspected criminals in the Bayaa community Counter Insurgency: Joint USMC/ Iraqi Army search of gravel trucks for smuggled weapons. Counter Insurgency: 4 day joint operation between U.S. Marines and Iraqi Army scouts. Counter Insurgency:

20080524 20080524 southern Baghdad, Iraq 20080528 20080528 Karma,Iraq

200805?? 200805?? Lake Tharthar, Iraq 20080520 Ongoing Sadr City, Iraq

20080606 20080606 Ninewah province, Iraq

Counter Insurgency:the first unilateral Iraqi-led aerial operation conducted by the 11th brigade, 3rd Iraqi Army division. Counter Insurgency:an air assault census mission conducted by the 22nd brigade, 6th Iraqi Army division

Operation 20080610 20080610 Shakriyah,Iraq New Town[10]

Operation 2008???? 20080706 provinces north Counter Insurgency:discovered Iron Roundup of Baghdad—Diy- weapons caches and detained three II[11] ala, Salah ad Din, suspected terrorists Kirkuk and Ninewa Operation 2008???? 2008???? throughout Iraq [12] Lions Paw Counter Insurgency:During the Ramadan month, between fifty and seventy Iraqis will be released from U.S. detention centers in Iraq each day Counter Insurgency:to find and detain suspected criminals throughout the area Counter Insurgency:search for weapon caches and suspected criminals Counter Insurgency:to search for insurgent activity

Operation Eagle North[13]

20080808 20080808 Abu Osage Village of the Sa’id Abdullah Corridor

Operation 20080827 20080827 Habbash Village Monmouth[14] Operation Viper Pursuit[15] 20080801 20080830 the Sulayman Bak area

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Purpose/Result

To Date Location

20090114 2009???? Salman Pak

Security and Humanitarian:A series of ground breaking projects totaling $2 million to improve the security and infrastructure of Salman Pak, southeast of Baghdad. Humanitarian:distribution of food, toys and medical supplies to poor Iraqis in the rural villages of Maysan province, to include the villages of Amarah and Abu Romanah.

Operation 20090123 2009???? Maysan province Goodwill[17]

Operation 2009???? 2009???? The operation has consisted Glad Tidings of clearing areas in search of of Benevolweapons caches, checking ence II[18] identification for known criminals and bringing humanitarian assistance to local communities.

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