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Swift & Effective Retribution: The U.S. Sixth Fleet & the Confrontation with Qaddafi
Joseph T. Stanik. In the early morning hours of 15 April 1986, blinding flashes lit the North African desert sky as 24 anti-radar missiles launched by U.S. Navy planes struck air defense positions around Tripoli, Libya. The Navy-AF-Marine Corps attack team successfully accomplished the mission assigned to them -- punish Qaddafi for his involvement in the death of American citizens & dissuade him from further support of international terrorism. The American confrontation with Muammar al-Qaddafi’s Libya during the 1980s was a classic example of how national objectives can often be met through such uses of naval force. Color illustrations.
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