U.S. analysts worry that man-portable surface-to-air-missiles like the SA-7 and rocket-propelled grenades, which are a threat to helicopters, are being looted from Libyan government stockpiles for sales to international black-market operators. Large groups of Libyan rebels have been seen with assault rifles, machine guns, light anti-aircraft guns like the ZSU-23/2, mines, grenades and various types of anti-tank missiles. What has been looted is not completely clear. “What we’ve ...
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