My great-grandfather (born in 1923) was a soldier in WWII, though never actually in combat. My grandfather and father weren't in any wars, but people their age were in Vietnam and the Desert Storm, respectively. Do you think millenials will also have a major war? Will it be against ISIS?
Most Helpful Guy
My grandfather was a soldier in WWI, in combat.
Both my grandfathers died in WW2
Trough the media I followed the Cold War
the French Indochina War
the French Algeria War
the American Korea war
the American Vietnam war
the Israeli-Arab 6 day war
the failed American Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba
the American Afghanistan war
The UK-Argentina war
the French-American-British Yugoslav war
The American war in Eritrea
the French war in Chad
The civil war in Ruanda
The Iraq-Iran war
The American Iraq war
The American Granada war
the French-American-British Libya war
the French-American-British Syria war
the French war in Mali
and a few others...
I had luck that our govt didn't want to fight some war while I was in the Army: I'd have been first line front personnel.
Wars enough, STOP that folly!
A war is only the onset for a next war.
Most Helpful Girl
We have perpetual war.0