Thread: Libyan Conflict - Photos and Videos

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    Other footage of clearing mines, near Brega, Gadaffi TV claims 500 rebels killed.

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    Those mines are causing heap trouble for the rebels...
    According to a LA Times reporter:
    Several rebel tanks have been disabled by mines, fighters said, and several dozen gun trucks had been badly damaged.
    Other reports indicate ****ytrapped bodies and even wads of money...I guess those rebels are going to have to learn the hard way.

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    Epic Libyan blackout pic..

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    Dont think this guy knows that its pointless to range his RPK out that far.


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    Rebels at Brega Shoot. Hit something. (maybe)

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    More footage from Brega.


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    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.

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    Nice P90 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bro jangles View Post
    nice p90 .
    x2!!!!!!!!

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    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.

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    In another forum it's been identified as an old M1938 107mm mortar.

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    Plenty of Loyalist T-72, One ARV knocked out..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka View Post
    Hi,

    So we had to establish a non-flying zone, we started a war against a sovereign state by taking part for the insurgency. Now we can see (photos) that the insurgents are using same equipments and methods that Qadhafi troops. What should we do now?

    As a Canadian that his government did not even ask its people's opinion (as for the war in Afghanistan) on the most serious decision for a country (the war), I'm question myself a lot...

    Pictures from our forces:

    http://www.combatcamera.forces.gc.ca.../index-eng.asp

    Thank you,

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    You can start looking for answers here:
    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...Thread/page575


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka View Post
    Now we can see (photos) that the insurgents are using same equipments and methods that Qadhafi troops.
    Since when did the rebels start kidnapping, torturing, mine-laying, shooting protesters, putting on show trials, controlling the media output, executing prisoners, shelling civilians and bombing civilians?!

    P.S. - Since when did the rebels crash a jetliner full of people into Scotland or try and become a WMD-armed regional pariah?

    Oh Wait~! - They didn't!!!!

    Of course there have been a very few instances of rebel troops (who are mostly unprofessional civilians turned troopers) capturing & hanging or beating loyalist prisoners, and firing into cities & towns (towns that are mostly empty unlike the way Gaddafi's troops shot up cities) etc, etc.. but on the whole, the rebels have behaved far, far better than anything that has been going on from the loyalist troop side. The few reported instances of rebels behaving badly are blown out of proportion relative to what has been going on from the loyalist side. To suggest that the rebels are anywhere near to Gadaffi's level of behavior is completely laughable. They are mostly just hardworking civilians or renegade soldiers who got sick of Gaddafi's crap and who want to better their lives and their families lives, whilst Gaddafi's side are a bunch of bought-off privileged class or else mercs who's loyalty lies with the dollar. Gaddafi has been sponsoring terrorism and pilfering the oil money of his country for decades and acting like a spoiled brat with his bizarre wardrobe and his entourage of clowny face-painted female bodyguards and I assume the people are sick of that behavior. I know I wouldn't put up with it.

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    ^
    Easy. Try to stick to Photos and Videos.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kunal Biswas View Post


    Plenty of Loyalist T-72, One ARV knocked out..
    Is that in Misrata or Zawiya? It looks like the camera is taken by a loyalist, no way an opposition fighter being able to film that close.

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