Sunday, August 1, 2021

Topic: Libya

U.S. Africa Command confirms crash of two MiG-29s in Libya

At least two MiG-29 Fulcrum fighter jets, piloted by Wagner paramilitary contractors, crashed in Libya, according to the U.S. Africa Command. "U.S. Africa Command deputy intelligence director Rear...

MiG-29 fighter jet shot down over Libya

A MiG-29 fighter jet, allegedly owned by Russian state-sponsored private military contractors, has been shot down in Libya. A MiG-29 (NATO reporting name - "Fulcrum") fighter aircraft has...

Libyan GNA fighters seized Russian made Mi-17 helicopter near Sirte

Libya’s internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) on Tuesday discovered and seized Russian made Mi-17 helicopter that made an emergency landing near the city of Sirte. "A Russian...

Turkey deploys its latest air defense system to Al-Watiya airbase in Libya

Turkey has reportedly sent its latest self-propelled air-defense gun system, called the KORKUT, to Libya. Recent satellite imagery released by Twitter account who uses the nickname safsata14 showed...

Pentagon releases new evidence of Russian aircraft active in Libya

Pentagon has released new evidence of Russia's introduction of manned, armed attack aircraft into Libya. United States Africa Command (USAFRICOM) posted intelligence photos show that recently arrived Russian...

Egypt sent Abrams tanks and attack helicopters to the Libyan border

The Egyptian Armed Forces reportedly are deploying Abrams main battle tanks to the border with Libya. A journalist and military aviation analyst, Babak Taghvaee has released on its...

Pentagon releases photo of Russian fighter jets recently deployed to Libya

U.S. Africa Command on Tuesday, May 26 released a series of photos showing that Russia deployed military fighter aircraft to Libya. Russian military aircraft, including Mig-29 Fulcrum fighter...

UAE donates used M1248 Caiman mine-resistant vehicles to Libya

The United Arab Emirates handed over M1248 Caiman mine-resistant armour-protected vehicles to the Libyan National Army. The first batch of M1248 Caiman mine-resistant armour-protected vehicles was spotted in Benghazi, Libya. Some source...

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