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  • Operation Vittles on Random Most Awesomely American Names for Military Operations

    (#30) Operation Vittles

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    It exemplified the ability of the western Allies to work together against a common enemy, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was born during the airlift. For the Air Force, Operation Vittles provided abundant lessons about airlift.

  • Operation Phantom Fury on Random Most Awesomely American Names for Military Operations

    (#6) Operation Phantom Fury

    The Second Battle of Fallujah—code-named Operation Al-Fajr and Operation Phantom Fury—was a joint American, Iraqi, and British offensive in November and December 2004, considered the highest point of conflict in Fallujah during the Iraq War.

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    (#14) Operation Just Cause

    The United States Invasion of Panama, code named Operation Just Cause, was an invasion of Panama by the United States between mid-December 1989 and late January 1990.

  • Operation Beastmaster on Random Most Awesomely American Names for Military Operations

    (#13) Operation Beastmaster

    Naming a plan to clear parts of Baghdad of insurgents after a crappy '80s action movie? Totally American in every way.
  • Operation Bayonet Lightning on Random Most Awesomely American Names for Military Operations

    (#17) Operation Bayonet Lightning

    • Military Conflict
    What's worse than getting hit with a bayonet? Getting hit with one made of lightning! Much about this quick operation in Iraq remains classified - but not its awesomely American name.
  • Operation Eagle Claw on Random Most Awesomely American Names for Military Operations

    (#7) Operation Eagle Claw

    • Military Conflict
    America is an eagle. What do eagles do to their enemies? Claw them. Because that's what eagles do. Sadly, the attempt to rescue the American hostages in Iran failed miserably - but at least it had a killer code name.

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For confidentiality reasons, the U.S. military began to use military operation codes as early as World War II. At that time, the staff of the U.S. military selected more than 1000 common nouns and adjectives to form a list of operation names. One of the most distinctive features is the naming of the Normandy landing Operation Overlord. In 1975, a computer system for automated management of military operations names was developed.

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