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Operation Odyssey Dawn Maps


NATO Operation Unified Protector - Area of Operation
Map depicting NATO Operation Unified Protector Area of Operation
Map depicting NATO Operation Unified Protector Area of Operation

Slides used during 03/28/2001 DoD news briefing
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Map depicting the general situation on the ground in Libya with Benghazi remaining in opposition hands and Ajdabiya city still contested as of March 25, 2011
Map depicting the general situation on the ground in Libya with Benghazi remaining in opposition hands and Ajdabiya city still contested as of March 25, 2011
Map depicting the general situation on the ground in Libya as of March 28, 2011
Map depicting the general situation on the ground in Libya as of March 28, 2011. According to coalition assessments, opposition forces were in control of Ajdabiya and had pushed west to within 80 miles of Sirte. DoD assessed that the regime forces were preparing to dig in at Sirte and Zintan.
DoD briefing slide tallying coalition actions in the prior 24 hours as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn
DoD briefing slide tallying coalition actions in the prior 24 hours as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn


Slides used during 03/25/2001 DoD news briefing
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Briefing slide providing a snapshot of Coalition forces' actions as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn during the previous 24 hours

Map depicting the general situation on the ground in Libya with Benghazi remaining in opposition hands and Ajdabiya city still contested as of March 25, 2011


Slides used during 03/24/2001 DoD news briefing
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Map providing a snapshot of what Coalition forces' actions as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn during the day prior
Map providing a snapshot of what Coalition forces' actions as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn
Map depicting of the areas covered by the no-fly zone as of March 24, 2011
Map depicting of the areas covered by the no-fly zone as of March 24, 2011
Map overview of the maritime laydown of Operation Odyssey Dawn coalition forces, with most ships operating just to the north of Libya, as of March 24, 2011
Map overview of the maritime laydown of Operation Odyssey Dawn coalition forces, with most ships operating just to the north of Libya, as of March 24, 2011
Slide showing the disposition of forces prior to coalition intervention on March 19, 2011. Visible on the map is the location of opposition forces isolated and under regime attack in Zawiyah, Misrata and Benghazi.
Slide showing the disposition of forces prior to coalition intervention on March 19, 2011. Visible on the map is the location of opposition forces isolated and under regime attack in Zawiyah, Misrata and Benghazi.
Slide showing the disposition of forces as of March 24, 2011, following coalition military operations as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn. Visible on the map is the retreat of pro-Qhadafi regime forces from Benghazi to Ajdabiya.
Slide showing the disposition of forces as of March 24, 2011, following coalition military operations as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn. Visible on the map is the retreat of pro-Qhadafi regime forces from Benghazi to Ajdabiya.


UK MOD map of Operation Ellamy for March 19-22, 2011
UK MOD map of Operation Ellamy for March 19-22, 2011


Slides used during 03/20/2001 DoD news briefing
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Map showing approximate location of additional strikes against SA2, SA3 and SA5 sites
Map showing approximate location of additional strikes against SA2, SA3 and SA5 sites
Imagery overview of the dual-use airfield at Ghardabiya, Libya, located close to Misrata, Libya.
Imagery overview of the dual-use airfield at Ghardabiya, Libya, located close to Misrata, Libya. Highlighted in green here in the center area of the iamgery is the commercial, civilian part of the airfield. Visible in the image are the military hardened aircraft shelters located in the four corners.
Post-strike imagery of one of the targets at the Ghardabiya airfiled showing scar damage to the targetted hardened aircraft shelters.
Post-strike imagery of one of the targets at the Ghardabiya airfiled showing scar damage to the targetted hardened aircraft shelters. The site was struck by three B-2 bombers from Whiteman Air Force Base using Joint Direct Attack Munitions(JDAMs)
Briefing map showing approximate location of Gadhafi regime ground forces on the outskirts of Benghazi struck by coalition tactical fighters.
Briefing map showing approximate location of Gadhafi regime ground forces on the outskirts of Benghazi struck by coalition tactical fighters.
Briefing slide showing a representation of coalition strikes against Gadhafi's ground maneuver forces ~10 miles south of Benghazi.
Briefing slide showing a representation of coalition strikes against Gadhafi's ground maneuver forces ~10 miles south of Benghazi.


UK MOD map of Operation Ellamy through March 19, 2011
UK MOD map of Operation Ellamy through March 19, 2011


Slides from 03/19/11 Op. Odyssey Dawn News Briefing
Graphic showing the rough locations of the military targets struck as part of the initial phase of Operation Odyssey Dawn
Graphic showing the rough locations of the military targets struck as part of the initial phase of Operation Odyssey Dawn
Graphic of the Coalition No Fly Zone in Libya as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn enforcing UN Security Resolution 1973
Graphic of the Coalition No Fly Zone in Libya as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn enforcing UN Security Resolution 1973
Graphic of Operation Odyssey Dawn's Maritime Capability
Graphic of Operation Odyssey Dawn's Maritime Capability (This map incorrectly identified the Italian ship Etna as a destroyer [DD], when it was in fact a logistics support vessel. Also, the Italian ship Andrea Doria was incorrectly identified as a cruiser [CG]. The cruiser Andera Doria was decommissioned in the 1980s. Its name was subsequently reused for a new frigate.)



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