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Posted: 8/23/2017 3:42:11 PM EDT
2012 Battle of Kismayo in Somalia.  Kenyans and Somali National Army against al Shabaab.

August 1945 multiple Soviet amphibious landings against Japanese held islands in the northeast pacific (facilitated, in some cases,  by largeinfantry landng craft LCIL's transferred to Soviets from US Navy in July 1945)

Amphibious operation by Chile against Peruvians at Pisagua, November 2, 1879 (9,000 troops landed)

whatcha got?
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:20:53 PM EDT
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May 1660.  Battle of Long Sault, Ottawa River. New France. French Settlers/Huron allies vs. Iroquos Confederacy. 

Initial Iroquois landing party in war canoes repulsed. Main body lands and engages French in prepared positions
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:23:42 PM EDT
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1992, Panty raid... Took friend's dad across bayou, laid in yard and watched girls from our school prancing around topless.

Damnit, "his Dad's boat.." shit.
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:29:33 PM EDT
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Rif

i would expect that from a degenerate such as yourself


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Y'all ride on him dolphin-style? Must have been a heck of a swimmer. Did he stay and watch with y'all?
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GI Joe Invasion of Cobra Island! 

J/K

March 25, 2008: Invasion of Anjouan during Operation Democracy in Comoros.

By African Union (AU) forces, including troops from Sudan, Tanzania, Senegal, along with logistical support from Libya and France. The objective of the invasion was to topple Colonel Mohamed Bacar's leadership in Anjouan, an island part of the Union of Comoros, when he refused to step down after a disputed 2007 election, in defiance of the federal government and the AU.



The invasion occurred on the early morning of March 25, 2008. The main towns were quickly overrun and the island was declared under the control of the invading forces the same day. Mohamed Bacar managed to escape to Mayotte on March 26 and requested political asylum. He was subsequently held in custody there by the French administration and brought to the island of Réunion. On May 15, France rejected Bacar's request for asylum but the French refugee office ruled that the ousted leader could not be extradited to the Comoros because of the risk of persecution.
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:34:56 PM EDT
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Wolfe landing at Quebec and then scaling the river banks to reach the Plains of Abraham.  That site is now a public park but before it became a park the Ross rifle factory was there.

British also landed at Louisberg and besieged the fortress there.  During the American Revolution, the British landed on Statten Island and from there, attacked Long Island.  Feinting a frontal assault, Howe's real attack flanked Washington and forced him out of his prepared position.  Howe's failure to follow up allowed Washington to evacuate from Long Island to Manhattan Island.  Then Howe did it again on Manhattan and forced Washington off that island too.

In an uncontested post-war landing, the British landed in Louisiana and then approached Chalmette (sp) Plantation where the Americans under Andy Jackson proceeded to beat them badly.

McClellan stole a march on Joe Johnston by transporting his army to Fortress Monroe on the Yorktown River.  Then he ran into a 10k force under Jeb Magruder that held him at bay until Johnston could get there.

Burnside captured Roanoke, NC.  Union Forces under Quincy Gillmore launched a force from Folly Island that landed and captured the southern tip of Morris Island.  The Confederates held onto Morris Island for another three months.

Perhaps the most spectacular was Grant crossing the Mississippi near Bruins Landing, catching Pemberton by surprise.  Grant's army in two weeks time fought five battles and bottled Pemberton up at Vicksburg.
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2012 Battle of Kismayo in Somalia.  Kenyans and Somali National Army against al Shabaab.

August 1945 multiple Soviet amphibious landings against Japanese held islands in the northeast pacific (facilitated, in some cases,  by largeinfantry landng craft LCIL's transferred to Soviets from US Navy in July 1945)

Amphibious operation by Chile against Peruvians at Pisagua, November 2, 1879 (9,000 troops landed)

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Soviet amphibious landing during 1944 in Norway in the Petsamo Kirkenes offensive
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 4:54:39 PM EDT
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Faklands Islands, 1982.

Argentines invade, then the British take it back.


-K
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 5:44:41 PM EDT
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Government of Sri Lankan in 1991 during the Civil War

Operation Balavegaya









To break the siege and reinforce the Elephant Pass camp, Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa, the GOC of the 2nd Division, along with Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne launched "Operation Balavegaya", an amphibious operation since there was no cleared land route available to ensure speedy reinforcement. The army drew up this massive operation to include a force of 10,000 soldiers, which consisted of several battle-hardened and experienced regiments that included battalions from the Sri Lanka Light Infantry (SLLI), Sri Lanka Sinha Regiment(SLSR), Gemunu Watch (GW), the Gajaba Regiment (GR) supported by the Sri Lanka Armoured Corps (SLAC) and the Sri Lanka Artillery.

The troops of the 2nd Division, commanded by Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa, were moved to Pullimodai from the Trincomalee Naval base and made up the amphibious Task Force, commanded by Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne, consisting of 1st Brigade (Col. Anton Wijendra) and 3rd Brigade (Col. Sarath Fonseka). A flotilla of ships made up of landing craft, gunboats and fast attack crafts of the Sri Lanka Navy under the command of Rear Adm. Quitus Wickramaratne transported the troops. Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa was present on board the flagship SLNS Wickrama with troops from the 3rd Battalion, SLLI (Lt. Col. Gamini Jayasundera) and 3rd Battalion, GR (Lt. Col. Seevali Wanigasekera) and Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne was on the SLNS Edithara with Capt. H.R. Amaraweera, who commanded the flotilla, and Group Capt. Dick Sally, who co-ordinated the air operations.

The first attempt at a seaborne landing at Vettilakerni, located 12 kilometers east of Elephant Pass, scheduled for 14:30 hours on July 15, 1991 met with stiff resistance, causing Brig. Wimalaratne to delaly the landing. With his personal effort, the second attempt was made at 18:00 hours under cover of fire from Navy gunboats and close air support from air force Sia Marchetti SF-260 bombers directed by Wing Cmdr. Sunil Cabral. The first wave landed, led by Capt. Dushan Rajaguru, Coy Comd 1 SLSR, and Capt. Ralf Nugera, Coy Comd 3 SLLI, meeting heavy resistance, yet the 1st Battalion 1 SLSR and 3rd Battalion SLLI secured a beachhead that night. Within 24 hours the remaining units of the 1st Brigade and the 3rd Brigade landed. Thereafter arrived a holding brigade under the command of Col. Devinda Kalupahana. Once the beachhead was securely established, Gen. Kobbekaduwa authorized Brig. Wimalaratne to begin the operation to link up with the garrison in Elephant Pass, which was about 10 km away.

"Many terrorists were killed and large stocks of arms and ammunition captured from the terrorists. There was an intense fighting near the Mulliyan Kovil, northwest of Vettilaikerni. The reason was that the terrorists were determined to recover a stock of gold hidden near the Kovil [Temple]. In fact, the terrorists managed to evict the troops from Kovil area for a short while by counterattacking. They managed to take the gold away." - A Soldier's Version by Maj. Gen. Sarath Munasinghe - pages 115-116.

The terrain consisted of sand dunes, dotted with thorny scrub and Palmyra palms, an area that did not provide any natural cover against aerial, naval and artillery bombardment. Therefore, the confrontation assumed the character of a conventional warfare, with the combatants facing each other in open battle. It took nearly 18 days for Sri Lankan troops to fight their way on the 12-kilometer stretch to reach the Elephant Pass base, due to heavy resistance and minefields.

On the third week of fighting a squadron of Alvis Saladin armored cars of the 1st Reconnaissance Regiment, SLAC commanded by Maj. Shiran Jinasena broke through enemy lines despite two of its vehicles being destroyed by mines. The breakthrough was followed up by Saladin and Saracen APCs of the 1st Reconnaissance Regiment and 3rd Reconnaissance Regiment of the Armored Corps and Buffel APCs. The armored thrust on 2 August was led by Maj. Jinasena and was followed by Maj. Rohan De Silva of 4/GR, who commanded a squadron of Buffel APCs. At this point the three infantry brigades under Brig. Wimalarathna, which included the newly arrived 7th Brigade under Col. Gamini Angammana, went into action.

On the 4th of August forward elements of the Task Force reached the beleaguered garrison, singing the battle song Hela Jathika Abhimane.

According to Adele Ann Balasingham, an LTTE operative, "It took exactly 18 days for the several battalions of Sri Lankan army troops, who landed along the Vadamaradchy eastern coast in a massive rescue operation, to reach the besieged Elephant Pass base". To advance the 12-kilometer distance, the Sinhala regiments, backed by heavy armor and air cover, had to engage in fierce clashes with the LTTE and fight for every inch of land. The fighting continued in that area until August 9, when the battered LTTE forces made a tactical withdrawal.
Link Posted: 8/23/2017 5:59:49 PM EDT
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High school or college?

That's kind of important...
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 12:11:24 PM EDT
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Government of Sri Lankan in 1991 during the Civil War

Operation Balavegaya

https://thuppahi.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/july-1991-operation.jpg

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To break the siege and reinforce the Elephant Pass camp, Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa, the GOC of the 2nd Division, along with Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne launched "Operation Balavegaya", an amphibious operation since there was no cleared land route available to ensure speedy reinforcement. The army drew up this massive operation to include a force of 10,000 soldiers, which consisted of several battle-hardened and experienced regiments that included battalions from the Sri Lanka Light Infantry (SLLI), Sri Lanka Sinha Regiment(SLSR), Gemunu Watch (GW), the Gajaba Regiment (GR) supported by the Sri Lanka Armoured Corps (SLAC) and the Sri Lanka Artillery.

The troops of the 2nd Division, commanded by Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa, were moved to Pullimodai from the Trincomalee Naval base and made up the amphibious Task Force, commanded by Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne, consisting of 1st Brigade (Col. Anton Wijendra) and 3rd Brigade (Col. Sarath Fonseka). A flotilla of ships made up of landing craft, gunboats and fast attack crafts of the Sri Lanka Navy under the command of Rear Adm. Quitus Wickramaratne transported the troops. Maj. Gen. Kobbekaduwa was present on board the flagship SLNS Wickrama with troops from the 3rd Battalion, SLLI (Lt. Col. Gamini Jayasundera) and 3rd Battalion, GR (Lt. Col. Seevali Wanigasekera) and Brig. Vijaya Wimalaratne was on the SLNS Edithara with Capt. H.R. Amaraweera, who commanded the flotilla, and Group Capt. Dick Sally, who co-ordinated the air operations.

The first attempt at a seaborne landing at Vettilakerni, located 12 kilometers east of Elephant Pass, scheduled for 14:30 hours on July 15, 1991 met with stiff resistance, causing Brig. Wimalaratne to delaly the landing. With his personal effort, the second attempt was made at 18:00 hours under cover of fire from Navy gunboats and close air support from air force Sia Marchetti SF-260 bombers directed by Wing Cmdr. Sunil Cabral. The first wave landed, led by Capt. Dushan Rajaguru, Coy Comd 1 SLSR, and Capt. Ralf Nugera, Coy Comd 3 SLLI, meeting heavy resistance, yet the 1st Battalion 1 SLSR and 3rd Battalion SLLI secured a beachhead that night. Within 24 hours the remaining units of the 1st Brigade and the 3rd Brigade landed. Thereafter arrived a holding brigade under the command of Col. Devinda Kalupahana. Once the beachhead was securely established, Gen. Kobbekaduwa authorized Brig. Wimalaratne to begin the operation to link up with the garrison in Elephant Pass, which was about 10 km away.

"Many terrorists were killed and large stocks of arms and ammunition captured from the terrorists. There was an intense fighting near the Mulliyan Kovil, northwest of Vettilaikerni. The reason was that the terrorists were determined to recover a stock of gold hidden near the Kovil [Temple]. In fact, the terrorists managed to evict the troops from Kovil area for a short while by counterattacking. They managed to take the gold away." - A Soldier's Version by Maj. Gen. Sarath Munasinghe - pages 115-116.

The terrain consisted of sand dunes, dotted with thorny scrub and Palmyra palms, an area that did not provide any natural cover against aerial, naval and artillery bombardment. Therefore, the confrontation assumed the character of a conventional warfare, with the combatants facing each other in open battle. It took nearly 18 days for Sri Lankan troops to fight their way on the 12-kilometer stretch to reach the Elephant Pass base, due to heavy resistance and minefields.

On the third week of fighting a squadron of Alvis Saladin armored cars of the 1st Reconnaissance Regiment, SLAC commanded by Maj. Shiran Jinasena broke through enemy lines despite two of its vehicles being destroyed by mines. The breakthrough was followed up by Saladin and Saracen APCs of the 1st Reconnaissance Regiment and 3rd Reconnaissance Regiment of the Armored Corps and Buffel APCs. The armored thrust on 2 August was led by Maj. Jinasena and was followed by Maj. Rohan De Silva of 4/GR, who commanded a squadron of Buffel APCs. At this point the three infantry brigades under Brig. Wimalarathna, which included the newly arrived 7th Brigade under Col. Gamini Angammana, went into action.

On the 4th of August forward elements of the Task Force reached the beleaguered garrison, singing the battle song Hela Jathika Abhimane.

According to Adele Ann Balasingham, an LTTE operative, "It took exactly 18 days for the several battalions of Sri Lankan army troops, who landed along the Vadamaradchy eastern coast in a massive rescue operation, to reach the besieged Elephant Pass base". To advance the 12-kilometer distance, the Sinhala regiments, backed by heavy armor and air cover, had to engage in fierce clashes with the LTTE and fight for every inch of land. The fighting continued in that area until August 9, when the battered LTTE forces made a tactical withdrawal.
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Was going to post something on this but your post is much better than I could have done. Sri Lankan wars are woefully under reported and the LTTE tactics (lots of suicide bombers, including suicide boats - usually only used to excuse ROPers) are not either. Fascinating stuff.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 12:24:50 PM EDT
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As an amateur military historian , this is good reading.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 12:28:10 PM EDT
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One little-known front of WWII was the invasion of Vichy French held Madagascar. British and Commonwealth landing on pro-German French territory, with naval support from the now in exile Netherlands and Japan (submarine support only). It was also the first British amphibious assault since the Dardanelles campaign in WWI. Very interesting, but little-known campaign in WWII.  
Allied Invasion of Madagascar
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Was going to post something on this but your post is much better than I could have done. Sri Lankan wars are woefully under reported and the LTTE tactics (lots of suicide bombers, including suicide boats - usually only used to excuse ROPers) are not either. Fascinating stuff.
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The Tamil Tigers were and are an interesting bunch. It was interesting see both India and the PRC take sides in the conflict. India supported the LTTE and the PRC supported the Sri Lankan Government. 

I remember a 1996 Playstation Game called "Black Dawn". It was a Helicopter Arcade Sim. Some of the missions in the game had you hunting down LTTE go fast suicide boats and protecting merchant shipping in the area from attack.

Pretty damn interesting that a video game made for American teenagers went into that detail back in the day.  

But back to the mail topic.

The LTTE invented the suicide belt and the use of women as suicide bombers. The Black Tigers (Suicide Groups) were devastatingly good at what they did. Hell, they were the Blue Print for ISIS in my opinion.

They took control of territory, formed their own government, and kept control for a while.  
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:04:09 PM EDT
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don't freeload! post one!
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:05:25 PM EDT
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion_of_Åland

During WWI and the Finnish Civil War, Åland was invaded by Russians, Swedes, Reds, Whites, and Germans.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:10:57 PM EDT
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Norman conquest!  Many of us wouldn't be here in our current form without it.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:31:46 PM EDT
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10th Century Rus invasions of Barda'a, Shirvan, and other civilizations along the Caspian.

They actually portaged their Viking ships over land to operate with near impunity in the Caspian Sea.

Edit: found a good write-up.

http://www.aamh.az/alakbarli/index.files/vikings/Vikings.htm
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:32:08 PM EDT
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Åland is just a dirty identity crisis international whore. 
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:35:06 PM EDT
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The Tamil Tigers were and are an interesting bunch. It was interesting see both India and the PRC take sides in the conflict. India supported the LTTE and the PRC supported the Sri Lankan Government. 

I remember a 1996 Playstation Game called "Black Dawn". It was a Helicopter Arcade Sim. Some of the missions in the game had you hunting down LTTE go fast suicide boats and protecting merchant shipping in the area from attack.

Pretty damn interesting that a video game made for American teenagers went into that detail back in the day.  

But back to the mail topic.

The LTTE invented the suicide belt and the use of women as suicide bombers. The Black Tigers (Suicide Groups) were devastatingly good at what they did. Hell, they were the Blue Print for ISIS in my opinion.

They took control of territory, formed their own government, and kept control for a while.  
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interesting. i was aware it was a big to do, but never really made my radar. will have to put it on my "read about this" list
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:35:41 PM EDT
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Allied Invasion of Madagascar
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good one
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During WWI and the Finnish Civil War, Åland was invaded by Russians, Swedes, Reds, Whites, and Germans.
Åland is just a dirty identity crisis international whore. 
It was an amphibious gang bang.
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:37:07 PM EDT
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Mayaguez Incident.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayaguez_incident
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:40:50 PM EDT
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1956 Invasion of Cuba by Fidel Castro and the 26th of July Movement.




The yacht was purchased on 10 October 1956 for MX$50,000 (US$15,000) from the United States-based Schuylkill Products Company, Inc., by a Mexican citizen—said to be Mexico City gun dealer Antonio "The Friend" del Conde — secretly representing Fidel Castro. Castro's 26th of July Movement had attempted to purchase a Catalina flying boat maritime aircraft, or a US naval crash rescue boat for the purpose of crossing the Gulf of Mexico to Cuba, but their efforts had been thwarted by lack of funds. The money to purchase Granma had been raised in the US state of Florida by former President of Cuba Carlos Prío Socarrás and Teresa Casuso Morín.

Shortly after midnight on 25 November 1956 in the Mexican port of Tuxpan, Veracruz, Granma was surreptitiously boarded by 82 members of the 26th of July movement including their leader, Fidel Castro, his brother, Raúl Castro, Che Guevara, and Camilo Cienfuegos. The group—who later came to be known collectively as los expedicionarios del yate Granma (the Granma yacht expeditioners)—then set out from Tuxpan at 2 a.m. After a series of vicissitudes and misadventures, including diminishing supplies, sea-sickness, and the near-foundering of their heavily laden and leaking craft, they disembarked on 2 December on the Playa Las Coloradas, municipality of Niquero, in modern Granma Province (after the vessel), formerly part of the larger Oriente Province. Granma was piloted by Norberto Collado Abreu, a Cuban Navy veteran and ally of Castro. The location was chosen to emulate the voyage of national hero José Martí, who had landed in the same region 61 years earlier during the wars of independence from Spanish colonial rule.

The Landing

"We reached solid ground, lost, stumbling along like so many shadows or ghosts marching in response to some obscure psychic impulse. We had been through seven days of constant hunger and sickness during the sea crossing, topped by three still more terrible days on land. Exactly 10 days after our departure from Mexico, during the early morning hours of December 5, following a night-long march interrupted by fainting and frequent rest periods, we reached a spot paradoxically known as Alegría de Pío (Rejoicing of the Pious)". –Che Guevara

After arriving and exiting the ship, the band of rebels began to make their way into the Sierra Maestra mountains, a range in southeastern Cuba. Three days after the trek began, Batista's army attacked and killed most of the Granma participants – while the exact number is disputed, no more than twenty of the original eighty-two men survived the initial encounters with the Cuban army and escaped into the Sierra Maestra mountains.

The group of survivors included Fidel and Raúl Castro, Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos. The dispersed survivors, alone or in small groups, wandered through the mountains, looking for each other. Eventually, the men would link up again – with the help of peasant sympathizers – and would form the core leadership of the guerrilla army. A number of female revolutionaries, including Celia Sanchez and Haydée Santamaría (the sister of Abel Santamaria), also assisted Fidel Castro's operations in the mountains.

The rest is history..... 
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Do the Teutonic Knights fighting Aleksandr Nevsky at Lake Peipus count?

SUDDENLY AMPHIBIOUS OPERATION!
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 1:46:34 PM EDT
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During WWI and the Finnish Civil War, Åland was invaded by Russians, Swedes, Reds, Whites, and Germans.
Åland is just a dirty identity crisis international whore. 
It was an amphibious gang bang.
Ewwwww.....




The amount of water based lube used must have been huge.




 
Link Posted: 8/24/2017 2:20:25 PM EDT
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The only planned amphibious withdrawal under fire in Marine Corps history:

Operation United Shield
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