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USS Stark attack not a mistake

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Submitted by Tom Becker (United States), Mar 15, 2003 at 22:29

The attack on the USS Stark in 1987 was not a mistake, it was a test that the USA failed.

I was there and I know that the USA could have done something about Iraq then, when they were a problem. Our ...president Reagan let it slide. A lot of stuff happened over there during the 6 months I was there. But very little of it ever made the news.
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