FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 1, 1993 file photo, U.S. President George H.W. Bush holds a camera, which he borrowed from the Marine to snap the picture, for a self-portrait with Marines at the airport in Baidoa, Somalia. In the final days of his presidency, George H.W. Bush committed the U.S. military to a mission many would later regret, ordering more than 20,000 troops into Somalia to “save thousands of innocents from death.”
FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 1, 1993 file photo, U.S. President George H.W. Bush holds a camera, which he borrowed from the Marine to snap the picture, for a self-portrait with Marines at the airport in Baidoa, Somalia. In the final days of his presidency, George H.W. Bush committed the U.S. military to a mission many would later regret, ordering more than 20,000 troops into Somalia to “save thousands of innocents from death.” John Moore, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Friday, Jan. 1, 1993 file photo, U.S. President George H.W. Bush holds a camera, which he borrowed from the Marine to snap the picture, for a self-portrait with Marines at the airport in Baidoa, Somalia. In the final days of his presidency, George H.W. Bush committed the U.S. military to a mission many would later regret, ordering more than 20,000 troops into Somalia to “save thousands of innocents from death.” John Moore, File AP Photo