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DELTA FORCE What evolved was a complicated two-stage plan. In stage one, four huge AC- 130 Hercules cargo planes carrying a 90-man assault force were to take off from an airfield in Egypt and head for "Desert One," an airstrip near Garmsar in Iran, about 250 miles southeast of Teheran. There the big cargo planes were to rendezvous with eight from the aircraft the Arabian Sea. helicopters ing in RB-53D Sea carrier Nimitz, Stallion which was operat- In stage two, the helicopters were to carry the commandos hideaway just outside Teheran.
With three helicopters out of service, planners felt they had no choice but to scrub the mission. The mission was not merely a failure. In its final stages, it turned tragic. As the commandos were boarding the AC- 130s for the flight back to Egypt, the rotor blade of one of the helicopters knifed into the fuselage of one of the transports. Instantly, flames erupted ELITE WARRIORS on both aircraft. Ammunition mt»< began to explode, striking other aircraft. Five helicopter crew members died, and three Americans were killed on the transport.
World leaders feared that Iraq would invade Saudi Arabia next. In an effort to pressure Iraq to leave Kuwait, Allied planes bombing tried Iraqi military and industrial targets. But the made it clear they intended to stay in Kuwait. The Allies then decided to launch a massive ground attack Iraqis against Iraqi forces. By mid-February 1991, the Allies had assembled some 700,000 troops— including 475,000 from the United States— 3,500 tanks, and 2,000 aircraft in the Persian Gulf region. Most of the Allied ground forces were based in Saudi Arabia, awaiting the call to plunge north into Iraq and Kuwait.