Just two years after the end of Iraq’s war with Iran, an emboldened Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, invaded Kuwait. Operation Desert Storm was the final phase of the U.S.-led Coalition’s effort to expel Saddam’s forces from his southern neighbor’s borders. In less than 100 hours of joint air and ground combat, the U.S. and its allies would not only create one of the most lopsided victories in military history, but also demonstrate to the world the superiority of a new breed of weapons. Desert Storm represents a rare modern example of decisive, large-scale, maneuver warfare – and one of the largest envelopments in history.
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