Opinion: Figuring European Rivalries Into NATO's Libyan Air Campaign
"I dropped more bombs than you did."
And so begins the playground one-upmanship that invariably follows a multi-nation, multi-organisation operation. This time it’s Libya and the NATO allies are getting their measuring tapes out to decide who was the most potent force during the months-long campaign to oust Gadaffi.
Breaking down the numbers
Aviation Week’s Ares blog ran a piece citing the first break down of sorties launched and strikes carried out. U...
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