Accidental military incidents

Military fallibility
Military errors
Military accidents
Military accidents can involve errors of human judgement or instrument failure, and can increase the risk of conflict or war. They may include: accidental entry into national territory of adversary because of adverse weather, instrument malfunctions, troop or ship manoeuvres in regions of tension, and mistaken identities.
A USA official admitted that American pilots acted in error when they fired heat-seeking missiles at targets in the no-fly zone over southern Iraq, and one another occasion in mid-1983.
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