The Falklands war proved that any country in NATO could send its navy and infantry across the Atlantic to invade the USA. True or false?
- STEVEN FLv 71 month ago
As NO country sent its Navy INTO the Atlantic as part of the Falklands war, it couldn't have proven EVERY NATO country has the capability cross the Atlantic, even if they can.
- 1 month ago
hahaha your such a Troll arent you.... FALSE...
- RickLv 41 month ago
- Weasel McWeaselLv 71 month ago
False........invading some sparsely defended islands, is hardly the same as nearing America's shores with an attack fleet.
Your ships would be blown out of the water at the 12 mile international limit barrier.
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- 1 month ago
no (15 char limit filler)
- MercuryLv 71 month ago
Very few nations can deploy forces around the world apart from the USA and UK.
- Anonymous1 month ago
No, dumbazz. It proved England could send a bunch of ships to retake some useless islands from Argentina.
- MAD MAXLv 71 month ago
Wrong! The Royal Navy didn't have enough ships to transport The British Army and The RMC. Their resources were beyond strained.
- NatashaLv 51 month ago
False. The largest non-American NATO navy is the UK with 89 ships. The US Atlantic Fleet alone has nearly 200 with several carrier groups. The only soil that the invasion force will be reaching would be the sea bed.
- jeeper_peeper321Lv 71 month ago
nope, the brits used cruise ships to move its troops, I don't think a cruise ship would work against the US