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Branch of the Libyan military responsible for aerial warfare. Wikipedia

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  • Libyan National Army

    Component of Libya's military forces which were nominally a unified national force under the command of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar when he was nominated to the role on 2 March 2015 by the House of Representatives, consisting at the time of a ground force, an air force and a navy. In 2014, LNA launched Operation Dignity, a military campaign against the General National Congress and armed militias and Islamist militant organizations. Wikipedia


    Sentences forLibyan Air Force

    • In one skirmish in 1979, two LARAF MiG-23MS engaged two EAF MiG-21MF which had been upgraded to carry Western air-to-air missiles such as the AIM-9P3 Sidewinder.Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23-Wikipedia
    • In 1976, the Libyan Air Force purchased 24 Italian-built CH-47C helicopters, 14 of which were transferred to the Libyan Army during the 1990s.Boeing CH-47 Chinook-Wikipedia
    • By 11 March, the Libyan Air Force was running out of quality jet fuel, and the government tried to bribe Maltese Air Force officials in order to buy fuel.First Libyan Civil War-Wikipedia
    • The Libyan Air Force was a prolific operator of the type; by 2002, it reportedly possessed a total of 80 G2 Galeb aircraft remaining in its inventory.Soko G-2 Galeb-Wikipedia
    • It is thought that Haftar has a superior air force, supplied by the United Arab Emirates, although the Libyan Air Force is nominally loyal to the GNA.2019–2020 Western Libya campaign-Wikipedia
    • The Libyan Air Force was created after the US and UK pressured then-ruling King Idris to modernise his armed forces so that they could better stand off against revolutionary regimes in the Middle East.Armed Forces of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya-Wikipedia

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