In 1993, over a hundred US soldiers were dropped into the urban heart of Mogadishu, Somalia. The purpose was to execute an operation to capture a violent warlord by the name of Mohamed Farrah Aidid and his closest participants. The goal of the procedure was to quell the ongoing civil conflict. The warfare was taking a devastating toll on the civilian populace as source and food shipments from Red Cross agencies were hoarded. Starvation was the warlord's main weapon. It had been..