Operation Condor

Operation Condor has been the codename of a number of military operations:

French operation:

Latin American operation:

  • Operation Condor (1975) (Spanish:Operación Cóndor) was a campaign of assassination and intelligence-gathering conducted jointly by the security services of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay in the mid-1970s.

British operations:

  • Operation Condor (Afghanistan): A major British-led operation in southeastern Afghanistan, the operation began on 17 May 2002.
  • Operation Condor: One of a number of proposals in 1943 by Vice Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten to take back the Channel Islands from German occupation in World War II. It was never mounted.

See Also

  • Condor - disambiguation page

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