More Gulf War I and Gulf War II
veteran women who were employed full time, year-round worked in STEM occupations (about 6 percent each) than nonveteran women (about 4 percent).
It rises to just over 32 percent at the start of the Afghanistan War, and remains around that level until the major drawdown of troops in Iraq at the end of operations related to Gulf War II
in late 2011.
In 2009, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 31 percent of Gulf War II
veterans ages 18 to 24 were enrolled in school.
The facilities provided the command elements to coordinate the flow of forces into the region in the buildup to Gulf War II
Gulf War II
was expected to be the first Internet war.
Several other important targets were taken in the text book manoeuvre - one of the largest British assault operations since Gulf War II
Like Gulf War II
, the 78-day NATO air campaign in Kosovo was waged without the explicit authorization of the United Nations.
Air Power: The Men, Machines, and Ideas that Revolutionized War from Kitty Hawk to the Gulf War II
There were reports prior to Gulf War II
that Niger had been supplying uranium ore to Iraq.
On the first day of Gulf War II
, his deputy secretary of defense, Paul Wolfowitz, ordered the military-service heads to provide information that would allow Bush to invoke national-security exemptions to environmental laws.
For Operation Iraqi Freedom, Gulf War II
, some 600 reporters signed on.
First it was foot-and-mouth, then September 11 and more recently Gulf War II