The U.S. in Africa 20 Years After Black Hawk Down

In October 1993, street battles in Mogadishu, Somalia, led to the deaths of 18 U.S. service members. Here’s a quick look at how the so-called Black Hawk Down episode impacted the U.S.’s military footprint in Africa. WSJ’s Mark Scheffler reports

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  1. the u.s. always going to anything at them like they dissolution and they had an actual enemy that somebody should be fighting that's why somebody or did somebody else I'm not stupid they know that you're not there to help them do nothing here to still natural resources and then kill the remaining people that's on it and if they did shoot job outlook helicopter or airplane down because they knew what they was doing when they don't need y'all at me I'm trying to be more problem to them than the militias that's already there and we know us is notorious for going in and taking somebody else's f**** s*** and trying to depopulate the f**** society nobody's stupid and now you back in Somalia again what more troops saying that you were there for Al-Qaeda and it should be but whatever that is a lot we all know yellow yeah I'm not in there not in there for anything other than just still resources and then pretend like you have been somebody save you while there's still going to be killing of children men and women and then acting like a rebel group did it nobody stupid

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