- 1 Post By freezeframe
I read in a newpaper that the operation to catch Bin Laden was called "Geronimo" and some native Americans expressed disappointment against it.
When I think of the word "Geronimo", what comes to my mind first is the native American hero, and the second is the cry a soidier with a parachute say when they jump off to the ground from a plane.
I thought as the mission to take down Bin Laden was an attack from the sky, it was called "Geronimo". Do you think my guess could be right?
Who knows why they call it that. They have a lot of weirdly named operations. It doesn't have to have any logic.
Originally Posted by optimistic pessimist
You can read some speculations about it here:
BBC News - Osama Bin Laden: Why Geronimo?
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