Stealth Fighters Could Be Assigned To Libyan Operation

Credit: AP/WIDEworld
The Pentagon is generating plans for a no-fly zone over Libya—plans that could produce the first combat assignment for the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter. Whether the idea progresses beyond this stage is subject to United Nations and NATO support, the scale of Libyan military action against its...

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