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  • The Libyan Conflict

    The Lybian conflict started with the toppling of previous Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi, and is still ongoing.


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    Last edited by Tanker; 06-13-2016, 02:02 PM.

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    ISIS VBIED stuck in a ditch before reaching its target in Sirte.







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      Another ISIS VBIED destroyed before reaching its target.



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        Austrian Saurer 4K 4F(A) APC in use with the Libya Dawn militia against the Islamic State in Sirte.

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          9P157-2 'Khrizantema-S' operated by Libya Dawn

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            EE-9 Cascavel Brazilian armored vehicle seen with Misrata militias around Sirte.

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              Grad missiles being fired by pro-governmental forces from a converted fishing boat. Sirte.
               

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                Libya Dawn operated Brazilian EE-9 and North Korean 122mm BM-11 participating in the offensive against IS near Sirte

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                  Abandoned BMP-1

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                    ISIS has captured an ammunition storage in Sirte







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                      ISIS has captured an ammunition storage in Sirte







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                        T-72M1, Libyan 32nd Brigade Khamis, Libyan Civil War, 2011.

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                          Libyan rebels approaching outskirts of Tripoli



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                            A Libyan Mig-23 crashes after being shot down over Benghazi

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                              UB-32 rocket pod being used as MRLS




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