Except for we haven't actually declared war in any of these places, right? I mean, these are just 'skirmishes' or whatever?
Another meme for idiots. I'll give you a hint: When Congress passes a law that authorizes use of force, and specifically writes out in it that "this satisfies the requirements of [such and such section] of the War Powers Act" and you look up that section and it is the section that talks about Congress having to declare war, then you can understand that war has been declared.
There is no special Declaration of War Form that Congress fills out. There is no requirement for them to write "Declaration of War" at the top of the bill that authorizes ongoing military action. In fact, all that they have to do to declare war is authorize it using any language that they choose. And in modern times, they use a different wording than "declaration of war."
But you don't get your information from actual sources, you get it from the rumor mill, so you repeat nonsense about Congress not having declared war.
Not everybody likes the details of the war declaration that Congress made; it is rather open-ended and nonspecific. But it does exist.