Desert Storm

Some articles on desert storm, desert:

Wings (Discovery Channel TV Series) - Spin-off Series - Wings Over The Gulf - Episodes
... The run-up to and beginning of Operation Desert Storm (McDonnell-Douglas F-15 Eagle/Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk) "In Harm's Way" - The air war over Iraq at the height of Operation Desert Storm (Panavia Tornado/Grumman ...
Attack Squadron 65 (United States Navy) - History - Desert Storm
... The final VA-65, from around the time of Desert Storm to the bitter end in 1993, had a very strong JOPA group ...
Aerial Refueling - Uses and Considerations - Tactical - Persian Gulf War
... During the time of Operation Desert Shield, the military build up to the Persian Gulf War, US Air Force Boeing KC-135s McDonnell Douglas KC-10As, and ... air-refueling zones helped make the intense air campaign during Operation Desert Storm possible ... On January 16–17, 1991, the first combat sortie of Desert Storm, and the longest combat sortie in history, at that time, was launched from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana ...
Hispanics In The United States Navy - Latter Part of The 20th Century - Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
... Many Hispanic servicewomen served overseas during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm ... (DD-976), during its deployment to the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm, where during extensive mine clearance operations his ship served as flag ship ...
The Heroes Of Desert Storm
... The Heroes of Desert Storm is a 1991 film that told the story of the Persian Gulf War's Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm from the point of view of ...

Famous quotes containing the words storm and/or desert:

    I cannot think this creature died
    By storm or fish or sea-fowl harmed
    Walking the sea so heavily armed;
    Or does it make for death to be
    Oneself a living armoury?
    Andrew Young (1885–1971)

    The Mojave is a big desert and a frightening one. It’s as though nature tested a man for endurance and constancy to prove whether he was good enough to get to California.
    John Steinbeck (1902–1968)