Operation Just Cause: The Combat Camera



US Military Combat Cameramen were in place with advance notice of the US Invasion of Panama in December 1989. This overview showed the extent of the documentation of Operation Just Cause.
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50 thoughts on “Operation Just Cause: The Combat Camera

  1. SoulArtSound says:

    Pure imperialism, since all empires fall eventually, i wonder, how would look an U.S. decline to dust!?

  2. Anayansi B. says:

    The wickedness of man shorten his existences. GOD sees everything and from his judgment no one will escape, amen. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  3. Anayansi B. says:

    -And by the way thank you for giving us an amazing Merry Christmas Present. I will never forget all the dead people, the crushed cars with people in it, the blood spreads on the streets, the smells of burn bodies and the destruction of burned out peoples houses and peoples jobs.

  4. Sergio Guel says:

    US Military is getting weaker and weaker soon or later it will be defeted by some forces and those forces will do the new world order

  5. Anayansi B. says:

    And by the way thank you for giving us an amazing Merry Christmas Present. I will never forget all the dead people, the crushed cars with people in it, the blood spreads on the streets, the smells of burn bodies and the destruction of burned out peoples houses and peoples jobs.

  6. Anayansi B. says:

    THANKS USA SOLDIERS KILLERS and UNCLEAN SPIRITS. GOD sees everything and from his judgment no one will escape, amen. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  7. Squirtle_Roblox says:

    my dad and mom were in the battle it was scary they say

  8. ToyotaGuy1971 says:

    US government: We don't like communist dictatorships, we want capitalist dictatorships! People of Panama, let us install a puppet government to "help" you.

  9. The Original Chabarab says:

    the invasion was useless imo the us could just have sent a few thousand soldiers and take noriega not 27k soldiers. Theres alot of people here that think that the usa wanted to kick ass bc why not thats wrong norieaga was becoming too powerful and the death of a marine was the last straw for the us. I understand that the us wanted to make panama a country with no dictatorship thats ok but lets be honest here they destroyed way too much its just my opinion after all. Also for those who know the invasion thanks to bo2 thats ok bc alot of you were kids and didnt knew that much about history. But a thing that rlly pisses me off is the idiots that take this as a joke. Let me ask you a question lets say they invade us the US for example 9/11 well that was a terrorist attack but you get the idea. You guys woudnt let anyone joke about that right? like you do when someone jokes about 9/11. The question is why you joke about things like this but you dont let anyone joke about problems that happen to the US. Think about it

  10. They are just other countries out there , they see the Americans coming and surrender !

  11. Jean Roland KEI says:

    Je ne peux pas m'empêcher de penser au 30 mars 2011 à Abidjan. Toujours le même scénario.

  12. Moises Crespo says:

    Trump is not a God to decide to take a person's life. Look how I take soleimani's life in siria. To take away a person's life there is a God not a man. I mean that if tomorrow he decides to throw a bomb at any country, he must be applauded. because the owners of the world are believed

  13. Moises Crespo says:

    read history There were 27,000 troops that invaded Panama. apart from almost the 5 thousand Panamanian lives that the United States took their lives. bomb a city without pain, just to look for a man. No matter that city there were families. watch videos like there were dead children and women. Don't compare the American armed force with Panamanian police. Don't compare a life of an American soldier with 5000 Panamanian lives. The United States believe themselves the owners of the world. and they want to get into any country to cause death and pain. accept it

  14. Rico Andreano Fahreza says:

    US Army Soldier spoke Spanish fluently. Great yeah!!!

  15. alejo21_3 / zira_k says:

    Remember Reach…
    Ahhh i mean, recuerden Panamá…

  16. SAD je jedno ogromno govno !!! Svet bi bio bolji bez njih !!!

  17. theamazingempiricist says:

    Seems like it was just a military drill for the USA

  18. Moises Crespo says:

    The United States has a debt to humanity. 27 thousand troops in such a small country with more than 4 thousand dead just to capture Noriega?

  19. Simon Roh says:

    Why didn’t the 🇺🇸 do this in Africa & the Middle East

  20. Matheus Gomes says:

    One of the biggest crimes in the whole history of modern world. Rather than 3000 citizens were killed by the imperialism under the excuse of "remove the dictator". One day, I hope so, the latinamerican people will be united and will invade USA under the same excuse. Maybe when it happens the citizens of USA, that support it, can understand.

  21. Julian Montoya says:

    I was in usarso 1997 to 1989…ft Kobe, also went to ft sherman during Noriega investigations…ft Sherman

  22. Wustenfuchs says:

    Does the background music in the end of the video have a name?

  23. Eduardo Montiel says:

    "Americans" masters of war, masters of brutality, masters of invasions, masters of cruelty, masters of violence, masters of hate, masters of death…

  24. anibal cesar nishizk says:

    Berlin Wall had become history,Noriega kicked out and Ceasescu shot.The last day of the '80s were moving.

  25. LUIZS_93 // says:

    the U.S just wanted to kick someone’s ass after vietnam

  26. This is sad I am living in Panama and now I am glad I was born after that

  27. John Castellanos says:

    Who went here to get an idea of what an invasion of Venezuela would look like

  28. Random fun fact: At 1:30, the theme from "Born on the Fourth of July" plays. That film opened the day the invasion of Panama occured

  29. blastman8888 says:

    The use of AC-130 spectra gunships caused lot of civilian deaths it was one reason Clinton didn't allow their use in Somalia when black hawks were shot down.

  30. Rivet Gardener says:

    December 12 1989 0200 hrs jumped in to Omar Torijos Airport with the Rangers. Scariest combat moments in my life – inside the bird before the jump and combat. Go Airborne, baby!

  31. Papi Leche says:

    @diana rendon I didnt see the interview which u speak of. But I am aware of said interview. I believe Noriega basically put the commander in chief on blast 4 things that took place earlier in their dealings. And yes, La Comandancia was in El Chorillo.

  32. upreydeen says:

    All because of the Bush / Clinton cocaine business and the narco Noriega.

  33. oscarwildeghost says:

    This was nothing after Vietnam. The Panamanian people needed someone to clean the slate. That's why I still live there.

  34. Ghosts1912 says:

    My dad was here and he’s also been to Germany twice and other places.

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