NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu briefs the media on the NATO no-fly zone operations in Libya during a news conference at the alliance headquarters in Brussels on March 28. Francois Lenoir/Reuters
The pilot of a Rafale fighter jet returns from a mission on the flight deck of France's flagship aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, on March 27. The ship continued to run sorties against targets in Libya as France participates in the NATO no-fly zone. Benoit Tessier/Reuters
A Mica missile is brought to be installed on a Rafale fighter jet on the flight deck of France's flagship aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, on March 27. Benoit Tessier/Reuters
An Operations Center staff member watches a radar screen aboard France's flagship aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, on March 27. Benoit Tessier/Reuters
Smoke rises from a Libyan military base on the outskirt of Tajura, Libya, on March 25. NATO agreed to take over command of the newly established no-fly zone over Libya, but the alliance's new role doesn't allow the US to make a quick exit from the costly military operation as the Obama administration had wanted. Jerome Delay/AP
British Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon jets fly over the Gioia del Colle NATO Airbase in southern Italy on March 20. European and US forces have unleashed warplanes and cruise missiles against Libyan targets under a UN Security Council resolution authorizing military action to protect civilians from leader Muammar Qaddafi's forces. Giampiero Sposito/Reuters
Libyan soldiers survey the damage to an administrative building hit by a missile on March 20 in the heart of Muammar Qaddafi's Bab al-Azizia compound in Tripoli, Libya, during an organized trip by Libyan authorities on March 21. No casualties were reported. Jerome Delay/AP
One of three Air Force Global Strike Command B-2 Spirit bombers returns to home base at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri on March 20 after after a more than 25-hour mission for Operation Odyssey Dawn striking targets in support of the international enforcement of a no-fly zone over Libya. Kenny Holston/U.S. Air Force photo/Reuters
Cpl. Sean Moberly, assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 266, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, runs preflight checks on an AV-8B Harrier on the flight deck of amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge in preparation for Operation Odyssey Dawn missions on March 19. US and allied forces have established a no-fly zone over Libya. Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Scott Pittman-US NAVY/Reuters
Pictured is the Royal Air Force VC10 and Tristar air-to-air refuelling aircraft from RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, England, which supported overnight operations against targets in Libya on March 19. British Prime Minister David Cameron said that launching a military action against Libya is 'necessary, legal, and right.' SAC Neil Chapman, MOD/AP
A Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon aircraft takes off from RAF Coningsby in eastern England to take part in the UN resolution to enforce a no-fly zone in Libya, in this undated handout photograph received in London on March 21. Pete Mobbs/Crown Copyright/Reuters
A French Rafale fighter jet takes on fuel during an airborne operation on March 19 during the initial French attacks on Libya. On March 20, French warplanes encountered no opposition in enforcing a UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya. Christophe Patebaire/ECPAD/SIRPA AIR/Reuters
A Norwegian F-16 fighter aircraft takes off from Bodoe in northern Norway on March 21, bound for Italy, from where it may be deployed in order to help enforce the recent UN Security Council resolution establishing a no-fly zone above Libya. Trond Hoeyvik/RNoAF, Ho/AP
Italian ground crew members work on a Tornado jet fighter plane at the Birgi NATO Airbase in Trapani in Sicily on March 21. NATO ambassadors approved an operations plan for the alliance to help enforce a UN arms embargo on Libya on Sunday, a NATO statement said. Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters
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