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The war in Libya
« on: March 20, 2011, 02:02:15 AM »
  The war in Libya began as we expected yesterday. The beginning is done by French planes. They open fire on Lybian tank.
 (I saw it at CNN live.)
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Tripoli under attack
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2011, 11:12:54 AM »
 Right now I am watching CCTV news. It says that the capital of Libya - Tripoli was under attack.
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China's position
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2011, 11:32:31 AM »
China hopes Libya can be stable soon.

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"Odyssey Dawn"
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2011, 03:04:33 PM »
 The name of the war (or "operation") is Odyssey Dawn.
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Odyssey Dawn - Day 1
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2011, 03:05:51 PM »
Day 1: 19 March 2011
21h: Allied operations began with surveillance operations, air attacks and missiles aimed at Libyan military targets. The first strike involved the launch of 110 Tomahawk cruise missiles against shoreline air defenses of the Gaddafi regime. The Pentagon reports that the dismantling of Libya's ability to hinder the enforcement of the United Nations no-fly zone is only the first of multiple stages in the operation.

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Odyssey Dawn - Day 2
« Reply #5 on: March 20, 2011, 03:06:58 PM »
 Day 2: 20 March 2011
Sustained Anti-Aircraft fire erupted in Tripoli at around 2:33 AM Libyan time. 3 B-2 bombers have dropped 40 bombs on a major Libyan airfield.

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In fact
« Reply #6 on: March 21, 2011, 07:50:38 PM »
The name of the war (or "operation") is Odyssey Dawn.

 In fact it is only the US operation name. France, Britain and Canada name their actions in different ways:

Opération Harmattan (The French one)
Operation Ellamy (The British one)
Operation MOBILE (The Canadian one)
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Operation "Odyssey Dawn" - day 3
« Reply #7 on: March 21, 2011, 07:55:46 PM »
Day 3: 21 March 2011
In the early hours of the day a building from the Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli was completely destroyed by a cruise missile.
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Opération Harmattan
« Reply #8 on: March 21, 2011, 07:59:46 PM »

Opération Harmattan

is the codename for the French participation in the 2011 Military intervention in Libya. It is named for the Harmattan, which are hot dry winds that blow over the Sahara, mostly between November and March. The United States' counterpart to this is Operation Odyssey Dawn, the Canadian counterpart is Operation MOBILE and the British counterpart is Operation Ellamy. The no-fly zone was proposed during the 2011 Libyan uprising to prevent government forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi from carrying out air attacks on rebel forces. Several countries have prepared to take immediate military action at a conference in Paris on 19 March, 2011.

French Dassault Rafale planes began reconnaissance missions on Saturday and were the first among the coalition to attack Libyan forces, destroying four tanks.The French Navy anti-air destroyer Forbin and frigate Jean Bart participate in the operations.

Deployed Forces

Armée de l'Air
8 x Rafale fighters from EC 01.007 Provence Escadron, Saint-Dizier – Robinson Air Base
2 x Mirage 2000-5 fighters from EC 01.002 Cigogne Escadron, Dijon - Longvic Air Base
2 x Mirage 2000D fighter-bombers from EC 03.003 Ardennes Escadron, Nancy – Ochey Air Base
6 x C135 aerial refueling planes from GRV 02.093 Bretagne Escadron, Istres-Le Tubé Air Base
1 x E-3F AWACS plane from 36ème EDCA, Avord Air Base
1 x C-160G SIGINT electronic surveillance aircraft from 01.054 Dunkerque Escadron, Metz-Frescaty Air Base
2 x Caracal and 1 x Puma transport helicopters (aboard the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle)
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Anti-air destroyer Forbin
Anti-air frigate Jean Bart
Carrier battle group underway
Aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle
8 x Rafale M fighters
6 x Super-Etendard strike aircraft
2 x E-2C airborne early warning aircraft
2 x Dauphin multipurpose helicopters
2 x Alouette III utility helicopters
French Air Force detachment of 2 x Caracal and 1 x Puma transport helicopters
Frigate Dupleix
Frigate Aconit
Replenishment tanker Meuse


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Opération Harmattan - day 1
« Reply #9 on: March 21, 2011, 08:04:51 PM »
Day 1: 19 March 2011

The French Air Force deployed in its first strike force eight Rafale fighters, two Mirage 2000-5 fighters and two Mirage 2000D fighter-bombers supported by other aircraft listed above.

Eight Rafale fighters patrolled the skies over Benghazi to prohibit the advance of Libyan ground forces. One opened fire on a Libyan military vehicle at 17:45 local time. The Telegraph reported four Libyan tanks destroyed by French aircraft southwest of Benghazi.

Aircraft returning from combat missions landed at Solenzara Air Base on Corsica from which further combat sorties were launched.

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Opération Harmattan - day 2
« Reply #10 on: March 21, 2011, 08:06:19 PM »
Day 2: 20 March 2011

11 sorties were carried out by French aircraft over Libya.

The aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle sailed from Toulon with its battle group.

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Operation Ellamy
« Reply #11 on: March 21, 2011, 08:11:47 PM »

Operation Ellamy


Operation Ellamy is the codename for the United Kingdom participation in the 2011 Military intervention in Libya. The operation is part of an international coalition aimed at enforcing a Libyan no-fly zone in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolution 1973 which stipulated that "all necessary measures" shall be taken to protect civilians. The United States' counterpart to this is Operation Odyssey Dawn, the Canadian counterpart is Operation MOBILE and the French counterpart is Opération Harmattan.

The no-fly zone was proposed during the 2011 Libyan uprising to prevent government forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi from carrying out air attacks on rebel forces. Several countries have prepared to take immediate military action at a conference in Paris on 19 March, 2011.

The operation includes Eurofighter Typhoon and Panavia Tornado combat aircraft, as well as Sentry AEW.1, Sentinel R1 surveillance aircraft and Tristar air-to-air refuelling aircraft. A UK Trafalgar-class nuclear submarine fired Tomahawk cruise missiles.

Background to operation

The UN Security Council Resolution 1973 passed on the evening of 17 March 2011 gave a mandate to countries wishing to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya militarily. A conference involving international leaders took place in Paris on the afternoon of Saturday 19 March 2011.[9] International military action commenced after the conference finished, with French military fighter jets being the first to participate in the operation only a few hours after the conference finished in Paris with the first shot fired at 1645 GMT against a Libyan tank.

Deployed forces

Royal Navy[2]
HMS Westminster, a Type 23 frigate
HMS Cumberland, a Type 22 frigate
2 x Lynx Mk.8 helicopters
HMS Triumph, a Trafalgar-class nuclear-powered submarine
Royal Air Force
Joint Force Air Component Headquarters at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus
Est. 8-12 x Eurofighter Typhoon multirole fighters from RAF Coningsby, around 10 deployed to Italy[13]
Est. 6-12 x Tornado GR4 interdictor/strike aircraft from RAF Marham
3 x Sentry AEW.1 AWACS aircraft
1 x Sentinel R1 airborne standoff radar aircraft
2 x VC-10 air-to-air refuelling tankers
TriStar K1 air-to-air refuelling tankers

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Operation Ellamy - day 1
« Reply #12 on: March 21, 2011, 08:14:34 PM »
Day 1 - 19 March 2011
On the afternoon of 19 March, the Royal Navy Trafalgar-class submarine HMS Triumph fired Tomahawk cruise missiles. A combined total along with US over the day was reported by the US to be over 110 missiles. The Royal Navy also has a Type 22 frigate (HMS Cumberland) and a Type 23 frigate (HMS Westminster) engaged in a naval blockade.

David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, confirmed that British aircraft were in action over Libya on the 19th, although it was the French Air Force who made the first coalition aerial presence over Libya earlrier the same day.

Sentry, Sentinel and VC-10 aircraft were said to be carrying out operations from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus. The home base for the VC-10 aircraft was RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and for the Sentinel and Sentry aircraft was RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire.

On the night of 19-20 March 2011, Storm Shadow missiles were launched by Tornado GR4 aircraft. Tornados of No. 9 Squadron from RAF Marham had sortied on a 3,000 mi (4,800 km) mission to fire Storm Shadow missiles against targets in Libya. They required refuelling by British tanker aircraft three times on the outward journey and once on the return. Tristar aircraft were involved.

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Operation Ellamy - day 2
« Reply #13 on: March 21, 2011, 08:16:15 PM »
Day 2 - 20 March 2011

The MoD announced that Tornado and Typhoon aircraft would be deployed to the Italian Gioia del Colle Air Base.

A Trafalgar-class submarine also launched further Tomahawk cruise missiles at targets in Libya.

Tornados GR4s were about to attack a target but witheld launch due to reports of civilians near the target.

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Operation MOBILE
« Reply #14 on: March 21, 2011, 08:21:01 PM »

Operation MOBILE


Operation MOBILE is the name given to Canadian Forces activities in the 2011 Military intervention in Libya. The United States' counterpart to this is Operation Odyssey Dawn, the French counterpart is Opération Harmattan and the British counterpart is Operation Ellamy. The no-fly zone was proposed during the 2011 Libyan uprising to prevent government forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi from carrying out air attacks on rebel forces and civilians. Several countries have prepared to take immediate military action at a conference in Paris on 19 March 2011.

Canadian Forces Maritime Command

On 1 March 2011, Prime Minister Harper announced that HMCS Charlottetown would deploy from Halifax on 2 March to take part in Canadian and international operations already under way in Libya. The Charlottetown departed CFB Halifax, and joined the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 on 14 March, and arrived on station on 17 March.

HMCS Charlottetown is a Halifax class frigate under the command of Commander Craig Skjerpen with a crew of about 240 officers and sailors, and a CH-124 Sea King helicopter and air detachment. With the other ships of Standing NATO Maritime Group 1, HMCS Charlottetown is engaged in regional maritime security operations in the central Mediterranean Sea.

Canadian Forces Air Command



 Task Force Libeccio is the air detachment participating in the enforcement of the no-fly zone in Libya authorized by Resolution 1973, adopted by the U.N. Security Council on 17 March 2011. The task force is named for the strong southwesterly wind that blows all year in the Mediterranean Sea. Task Force Libeccio comprises six CF-18 Hornet fighter aircraft, two Boeing CC-177 Globemasters and about 200 Canadian Forces personnel, including aircrews and ground technicians from 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron at 3 Wing CFB Bagotville and other locations across Canada. Task Force Libeccio reached the region on 18 March and will require two days to prepare for any missions.


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