Libya: France and Britain Sending Attack Helicopters

French Tigre's will be in action soon

The Libyan Campaign has taken a step towards a more personal war.  For the last two months, NATO has been launching cruise missiles and dropping precision bombs on Gaddafi’s defenses.  Libyan rebels will now be receiving the tactical support they require.  Yesterday, Britain and France acknowledged that they will deploy attack helicopters to help strike precision targets while minimizing civilian casualties.  Having the helicopters will give NATO the ability to aquire and determine targets easier than previous methods.  France will be using Tigre and Gazelle helicopters, while Britain will be using Apache’s.

Other News From Libya:

US calls for Kadhafi to leave Libya: link 

US Diplomat in Libya’s Rebel Territory for Talks: link 

Libya says NATO warplanes raid port, Kadhafi home in Tripoli: link 

NATO airstrikes rattle Tripoli: link 

EU opens diplomatic office in Libya’s rebel east: link 

Libyan resistance to Gaddafi turns passive in east Tripoli: link 

Congress Returns to Town With Demand Obama Get OK on Libya: link 

Arab States Play Limited Role in Libya: link 

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