Over the top or right on the money?

USA's bombing list Korea and China 1950-53 (Korean War) Guatemala 1954 Indonesia 1958 Cuba 1959-1961 Guatemala 1960 Congo 1964 Laos 1964-73 Vietnam 1961-73 Cambodia 1969-70 Guatemala 1967-69 Grenada 1983 Lebanon 1983, 1984 (both Lebanese and Syrian targets) Libya 1986 El Salvador 1980s Nicaragua 1980s Iran 1987 Panama 1989 Iraq 1991 (Persian Gulf War) Kuwait 1991 Somalia 1993 Bosnia 1994, 1995 Sudan 1998 Afghanistan 1998 Yugoslavia 1999 Yemen 2002 Iraq 1991-2003 (US/UK on regular basis) Iraq 2003-2015 Afghanistan 2001-2015 Pakistan 2007-2015 Somalia 2007-8, 2011 Yemen 2009, 2011 Libya 2011, 2015 Syria 2014-2015 https://williamblum.org/chapters/rogue-state/united-states-bombings-of-other-countries
They're all our friends, too. This list doesn't show the counries we've armed so they can kill each other without the US getting blood on its hands--or its conscience. Lois Oh you mean this?
U.S. Foreign Arms Deals Increased Nearly $10 Billion in 2014 By NICHOLAS FANDOS | DEC. 25, 2015 www.nytimes(dot)com/2015/12/26/world/middleeast/us-foreign-arms-deals-increased-nearly-10-billion-in-2014(dot)html?_r=2&mtrref=undefined WASHINGTON — Foreign arms sales by the United States jumped by almost $10 billion in 2014, about 35 percent, even as the global weapons market remained flat and competition among suppliers increased, a new congressional study has found. American weapons receipts rose to $36.2 billion in 2014 from $26.7 billion the year before, bolstered by multibillion-dollar agreements with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and South Korea. Those deals and others ensured that the United States remained the single largest provider of arms around the world last year, controlling just over 50 percent of the market. Russia followed the United States as the top weapons supplier, completing $10.2 billion in sales, compared with $10.3 billion in 2013. Sweden was third, with roughly $5.5 billion in sales, followed by France with $4.4 billion and China with $2.2 billion.
http://www.globalissues.org/article/74/the-arms-trade-is-big-business The Arms Trade is Big Business Author and Page information by Anup ShahThis Page Last Updated Saturday, January 05, 2013 The world spends some $1,000 billion annually on the military. How is this so? This web page has the following sub-sections: World Military Spending Out Does Anything Else Arms sales figures Global Arms Sales By Supplier Nations Global Arms Sales Trends 2004-2011 Developing nations are top recipients What is sold? As world trade globalizes, so does the trade in arms Hidden Corporate Welfare? Arms Trade Post September 11, 2001 It does not seem to matter who arms are sold to The arms trade is corrupt Geopolitical and Economic Agendas Government Military Budgets and Spending World Military Spending Out Does Anything Else As detailed further on the next page on military expenditure, world military spending has now reached one trillion dollars, close to Cold War levels.