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us: Operation Odyssey Dawn, 2011

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    • found: Work cat.: U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on Foreign Affairs. Directing the Secretary of State to transmit to the House of Representatives copies ... 2011: t.p. (Operation Odyssey Dawn) p. 2 (Mar. 19, 2011, the President "directed U.S. military forces to commence operations to assist an international effort authorized by the United Nations Security Council and undertaken with the support of European allies and Arab partners, to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe and address the threat posed to international peace and security by the crisis in Libya ... series of strikes against air defense systems and military airfields for the purposes of preparing a no-fly zone")
    • found: U.S. Dept. of Defense WWW site, July 7, 2011: news article, Mar. 19, 2011 (Coalition forces [including United Kingdom, France, Italy and Canada] launched Operation Odyssey Dawn today to enforce U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 to protect the Libyan people from the countrys ruler ... goal of the military coalition is to prevent further attacks by regime forces on Libyan citizens ... to degrade the ability of Moammar Gadhafis regime to resist a no-fly zone being implemented. U.S. military forces are on the leading edge of the coalition operation ...)
    • found: U.S. Air Force WWW site, Sept. 9, 2011: article: NATO makes smooth transition in Libya operations, posted April 6, 2011 (the transition from the U.S.-led Operation Odyssey Dawn to the NATO-led Operation Unified Protector has occurred seamlessly)
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    • 2011-09-26: new
    • 2011-10-27: revised
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