It’s Not War… US Launches 22 Tomahawk Missiles at Libyan Targets in Non-War

Remember: This isn’t war.
Barack Obama may not have mentioned “rebels” or “war” in his Libya speech on Monday but that didn’t stop the US from launching 22 Tomahawk missiles at Libyan targets in the last 24 hours.

Kinetic Military Operations continue…

Libyans loyal to Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi chant slogans in the town of Mizdah, 180 km south of Tripoli March 29, 2011. Officials said an army ammunition depot in Mizdah was hit by a Western air strike and the ensuing explosion caused damage to buildings as far as 15 km away. (REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra)

American Glob reported on the latest acts of non-war:

NATO is due on Thursday to take over from the US military the command of the coalition air campaign, launched under a UN resolution to protect civilians.

As part of “Operation Odyssey Dawn,” the US military also launched 22 Tomahawk cruise missiles in the past 24 hours, bringing to 214 the total number of missile strikes since the operation began on March 19, the Pentagon said.

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