Could you please edit your post and remove the other 22 pictures in the quote? Thanks.
Bid to unite Libya's disparate rebel forces
New drive to unify opposition as questions are raised about readiness of the patchwork of groups.
First flight into Misrata airport, reopened now under new management. Uploaded today. Cargo back to Benghazi: wounded. Cargo to Misrata: probably guns and ammo
More mineclearing, here in the outskirts of Misrata...seriously, what type of government mines it's own cities? This is going to cause civilian casualties for many many years to come, many of them children.
Those mines are causing heap trouble for the rebels...
According to a LA Times reporter:
Other reports indicate ****ytrapped bodies and even wads of money...I guess those rebels are going to have to learn the hard way.Several rebel tanks have been disabled by mines, fighters said, and several dozen gun trucks had been badly damaged.
Epic Libyan blackout pic..
Dont think this guy knows that its pointless to range his RPK out that far.
Rebels at Brega Shoot. Hit something. (maybe)
A rebel fighter Beshir Mahmoud, 45, with his sons, from left, Geth, 6, Mahmud, 3, and Mohamad, 4, dressed in military uniform pose for a photo in the rebel-held Ajdabiya , Libya, Saturday, July 9, 201
Libyan rebels fighters stop by a round about before heading towards Brega, on the outskirt of Ajdabiya on July 18, 2011.
Rebel fighters stand with a tank at the frontline about 60km (37 miles) west of Ajdabiya July 18, 2011.
An aircraft carrying supplies from Benghazi for the Libyan rebel fighters, lands along a guarded mile-long stretch of road, which acts like a landing ***** when necessary, outside of Rhybat, western Libya, Tuesday, July 19, 2011. The International Committee of the Red Cross says medical services in Libya's rebel controlled western mountains are struggling with a flood of casualties from fighting.
A Libyan rebel fighter flashes a V-victory sign as an aircraft carrying supplies from Benghazi for Libyan rebel fighters departs along a guarded mile-long stretch of road, which is being used as runway, outside of Rhybat, in western Libya, Tuesday, July 19, 2011. The International Committee of the Red Cross says medical services in Libya's rebel controlled western mountains are struggling with a flood of casualties from fighting.
Nice P90 .
Yet more Brega clips:
Mortar fire. Tube and ammo look ancient, anyone know what kind?
AT-3 Sagger launch:
Truck-mounted 107mm rocket fire:
Truck-mounted 122mm BM-21 rocket fire.
In another forum it's been identified as an old M1938 107mm mortar.
Plenty of Loyalist T-72, One ARV knocked out..