Operation Buffalo may refer to:
- The breakout from the Operation ShingleOperation ShingleOperation Shingle , during the Italian Campaign of World War II, was an Allied amphibious landing against Axis forces in the area of Anzio and Nettuno, Italy. The operation was commanded by Major General John P. Lucas and was intended to outflank German forces of the Winter Line and enable an...
Anzio beachhead by the U.S. VI Corps commencing on 23 May 1944
- Four open-air British nuclear tests at MaralingaBritish nuclear tests at MaralingaBritish nuclear tests at Maralinga occurred between 1955 and 1963 at the Maralinga site, part of the Woomera Prohibited Area, in South Australia. A total of seven major nuclear tests were performed, with approximate yields ranging from 1 to 27 kilotons of TNT equivalent...
in South Australia in late 1956
- Operation Buffalo (1967), a Vietnam War operation in July 1967 by the U.S. 9th Marine Regiment
- Operation BüffelOperation BüffelDuring World War II the name Büffel Bewegung was given to a series of local retreats conducted by the German Army on the Russian Front during the period 1–22 March 1943. This movement eliminated the Rzhev Salient and shortened the front by 230 kilometers, releasing twenty-one divisions for use...
(Buffalo), the withdraw of the German 9th Army under General Walter Model in March 1943