Aircraft and Tomahawks Hit Bosnia
In September, NATO aircraft began to bomb Serbian positions in Bosnia in hopes of forcing them to negotiate a peace. What was new was the intensity of the bombing and also the use, for the first time, of Tomahawk land-attack missiles to destroy Serbian antiaircraft missile positions. At about the same time, the Croatian Army began to force Serbians out of Croatian-claimed territory, and the Bosnian Army began its own offensive. The Serbians began to talk peace, although given recent history it seems unlikely that much will come of the discussions. The immediate hope was that the Serbs would pull back their heavy weapons from Sarajevo in exchange.