List Of Coalition Military Operations Of The Iraq War
- Post-invasion insurgency
- Civil war
- Insurgency 2008-2011
- US withdrawal violence
Battles and operations
of the Iraq War
Insurgent attacks of the
‡ indicates attacks resulting in over 100 deaths
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.
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