Mayoritas dari info ini bisa dipastikan benar dari banyak sumber media, dan dokumen pemerintah. Tapi ada sebagian kecil yg masih diperdebatkan kebenarannya, karena Amerika tidak mengaku terlibat, atau masih rahasiakan dokumen2, terutama yang berasal dari arsip CIA. Siapa yang akan dibom tahun depan ya? :D
Countries the US has bombed since 1945 is in fact only the most visible aspect of US Intervention abroad. In practice, US led assassinations and overthrows of legitimate governments and interference with elections may be just as significant as the actual bombings listed here.
Countries the US has bombed since the end of World War 2
The US is said to have carried out 32 distinct and separate bombing campaigns on 24 different countries between 1945 and 1999. However, the listing below includes later operations as well. In most cases, bombings with aircraft cannot be denied, though in some cases this has been attempted.
Date , Country , Details , Disputed?
2014 - present , Iraq and Syria , Said to be against ISIS with alleged be-headings as the primary casus belli , No
2011 - present , Somalia , Ongoing drone strikes , No
2011 , Libya , Early US attacks under UNSC 1973 were followed by NATO attacks leading to regime change and death of Ghadaffi. , No
2004 - present , Yemen , Ongoing drone strikes, allegedly targeting terror suspects , No
2004 - present , Pakistan , Ongoing drone strikes, allegedly targeting militants , No
2003 - 2011 , Iraq , Regime change against Saddam Hussein, an ally who had gone rogue. By all accounts, US Ambassador in Baghdad, April Glaspie, gave Saddam the green light to invade Kuwait in August 1990. She was totally silent on everything until her retirement in 2002 and has not spoken since. , No
2001 - present , Afghanistan , Regime change under the guise of trying to catch Osama Bin Laden. , No
1999 , Yugoslavia - Serbia , Allegedly to stop an ethnic cleansing that had begun or might begin. Targeted television stations and bombed the Chinese Embassy. , No
1998 , Afghanistan , Cruise missiles on Osama Bin Laden's compounds. , No
1998 , Sudan , Cruise missile attack on an antibiotic factory wrongly alleged to be producing WMD. , No
1998 , Iran , , ??
1995 , Bosnia , Serbian forces bombed. Depleted Uranium shells used. , No
1992- 1994 , Somalia , Known to the West chiefly for "Black Hawk Down" , ??
1991 , Kuwait , See bombing of Iraq, below. Some of the attack took place within Kuwait, leaving quantities of Depleted Uranium, and causing much subsequent concern about cancers. , No
1991 , Iraq , Bombing for 40 days and nights devastated the ancient and modern capital city of one of the most advanced nations in the Middle East. 177 million pounds of bombs fell in the most concentrated aerial onslaught in the history of the world. Genuine multi-national effort and seen by most as a "good war". , No
1989 - 1990 , Panama , December 1989, a large tenement barrio in Panama City wiped out, 15,000 people left homeless. Casualties disputed. , No
1989 , Libya , Attempt to kill Ghaddafi, Tripoli bombed. , ??
1987 - 1988 , Iran , , ??
1979 - 1990 , Nicaragua , Ronald Reagan's "freedom fighters." Sandinistas overthrow Somoza dictatorship in 1978, CIA arms the Contras (ie Somoza's vicious National Guard and other supporters of the dictator). US was condemned for terrorism by the World Court in 1986. All-out war, aimed at destroying all social and economic programs of the government, burning down schools and medical clinics, raping, torturing, mining harbors, bombing and strafing.  , Denied by some
1981 - 1992 , El Salvador , Officially, the U.S. military presence in El Salvador was limited to an advisory capacity. About 20 Americans were killed or wounded in helicopter and plane crashes while flying reconnaissance or other missions over combat areas, and considerable evidence surfaced of a U.S. role in the ground fighting as well. The war came to an official end in 1992; 75,000 civilian deaths at a cost of six billion dollars. Meaningful social change still largely thwarted by 1999. A handful of the wealthy still owned the country, the poor remained as ever, and dissidents still suffered from death squads. , By some
1986 , Libya , One of more than 50 attempts to assassinate foreign leaders (no listing in Pilger's "The World War on Democracy"). , No
1983 - 1984 , Grenada , Operation Urgent Fury, termed by the UN General Assembly termed it "a flagrant violation of international law". , No
1982 - 1984 , Lebanon , Shelled villages from warship. , ??
1969 - 1970 , Cambodia , More bombs than the whole of WW2. , No
1961 - 1973 , Vietnam , South Vietnam devastated. , No
1964 - 1973 , Laos , , No
1965 , Peru , Bombing of Peru and assistance to counter-insurgency operations  , By some
1965 - 1966 , Dominican Republic , , ??
1964 , Guatemala , , ??
1964 , Belgian Congo , , By some
1961 , Cuba , "Bay of Pigs", a failed invasion, US-sponsored. , No
1960 , Guatemala , , By some
1959 - 1960 , Cuba , 40 years of terrorist attacks, bombings, full-scale military invasion, sanctions, embargoes, isolation, assassinations. , No
1958 , Indonesia , Large scale killings , ??
1954 , Guatemala , A CIA-organized coup (Operation PBSUCCESS) overthrows the democratically-elected and progressive government of Jacobo Arbenz, initiating 35 or 40 years of death-squads, torture, disappearances, mass executions, and unimaginable cruelty (peaking 1967-69) totaling well over 100,000 victims - one of the most inhuman chapters of the 20th century. Arbenz had nationalized the U.S. firm, United Fruit Company. The Russians had so little interest in the country that it didn't even maintain diplomatic relations. Bombers based in Nicaragua. 200,000 people are eventually dead in a 36 year long Guatemalan Civil War. , Disputed by some
1950 - 1953 , China , , By some
1950 - 1953 , Korea , At least 20% and perhaps up to 1/3rd of the population killed in order to prevent re-unification. , No
1945 - 1946 , China , ,