Through that period of time, through Northern No-Fly Zones, through Southern No-Fly Zones, through Bosnia, through Kosovo, through Afghanistan, through Iraq, through Horn of Africa to where we are now--solid, straight combat.
What does SNFZ stand for?
SNFZ stands for Southern No-Fly Zone
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In September 1996, after Baathist forces backed KDP Kurds to control a big part of the north, the US retaliated with missile attacks and the southern no-fly zone was extended to the 33rd parallel - see Vol.
US defence officials claimed Iraqi forces had moved the weapon below the 33rd Parallel into the southern no-fly zone, where it was a threat to Allied aircraft.
The Prime Minister's official spokesman said that what he called ``legitimate military targets'' were struck in the southern no-fly zone.
US pilots struck the equipment after Iraq moved it into the southern no-fly zone near An Nasiriyah, 170 miles south-east of the capital Baghdad.
and British aircraft patrolling the southern no-fly zone bombed ground targets on the outskirts of Basra on Monday, killing two civilians and wounding nine others.
and British warplanes patrolling Iraq's southern no-fly zone bombed two Iraqi military mobile radars Monday, the U.