Timeline of United States military operations

Timeline Of United States Military Operations

Timeline of United States military operations

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This is a timeline of United States military operations. The list through 1975 is based on Committee on International Relations (now known as the Committee on Foreign Affairs). Dates show the years in which U.S. military units participated. The bolded items are the U.S. wars most often considered to be major conflicts by historians and the general public. Note that instances where the U.S. gave aid alone, with no military personnel involvement, are excluded, as are CIA-based operations.

Extraterritorial and major domestic deployments

Portions of this list are from the Congressional Research Service report RL30172.RL30172:


1775–1783 – American Revolutionary War

1776–1777 – Second Cherokee War

1776–1794 – Chickamauga Wars

1785–1795 – Northwest Indian War

1786–1787 – Shays' Rebellion

1791–1794 – Whiskey Rebellion

1798–1800 – Quasi-War, an undeclared naval war with France. This contest included land actions, such as that in the Dominican Republic city of Puerto Plata, where U.S. Marines captured a French privateer under the guns of the forts. Congress authorized military action through a series of statutes.

1799–1800 – Fries's Rebellion, a Pennsylvania protest against war taxes.


1801–1805 – First Barbary War – and affairs result in actions against the Barbary pirates responsible. In the Eaton expedition, a few Marines and...
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