How many US soldiers died in Fallujah?

As of November 18, 2004, the U.S. military reported 1,200 insurgents killed and 1,000 captured. U.S. casualties were 51 killed and 425 wounded, and the Iraqi forces were 8 killed and 43 wounded. On December 2, 2004, the U.S. death toll in Fallujah operation reached 71 killed.

Who won Fallujah Army or Marines?

First Battle of Fallujah
A U.S. Marine from the 1st Marine Division mans an M240G machine gun outside the Fallujah city limits in April 2004.
Date 4 April – 1 May 2004 (3 weeks and 6 days) Location Fallujah, Iraq Result Insurgent victory
Belligerents
United States JTJ Other Sunni insurgents

When was second battle of Fallujah?

November 7, 2004 – December 23, 2004
Second Battle of Fallujah/Periods

Second Battle of Fallujah, (November 7–December 23, 2004), also called Operation Al-Fajr (“Dawn”) and Operation Phantom Fury, joint American, Iraqi, and British military campaign during the Iraq War that crushed the Islamic insurgents in Fallujah, Iraq, in the Sunni Muslim province of Al-Anbar.

How many battles does Fallujah have?

In the course of its struggle to stabilize and defend the nascent Iraqi govern- ment, the U.S.-led Coalition fought two battles in 2004 to secure the city of Fallujah. The first battle was fought in April.

Did Army Rangers fight in Fallujah?

The U.S. military called it “some of the heaviest urban combat U.S. Marines have been involved in since the Battle of Huế City in Vietnam in 1968.” This operation was the second major operation in Fallujah….Second Battle of Fallujah.

Date 7 November – 23 December 2004 (1 month, 2 weeks and 2 days)
Result U.S. Coalition Victory

How hot does a white phosphorus grenade burn?

White phosphorus burns at a temperature of up to 2,760 degrees Celsius (5,000 degrees Fahrenheit).

Was the US Army in Fallujah?

It was led by the U.S. Marines against the Iraqi insurgents in the city of Fallujah, and was authorized by the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Interim Government. This operation was the second major operation in Fallujah.