Video: Cockpit footage of British Apache attacks

The Apaches hit targets near the Libyan town of Brega during the latest wave of Nato strikes against forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, the MoD said.

“This successful engagement demonstrates the unique capabilities brought to bear by attack helicopters,” said Lt Gen Charles Bouchard, Commander of Operation Unified Protector.

“We will continue to use these assets whenever and wherever needed, using the same precision as we do in all of our missions.”

The Apaches attacked and destroyed two military installations – a radar site and an armed checkpoint – near Brega, the BBC reported. It said that French Gazelle helicopters also took part in simultaneous attacks on different targets in Libya for the first time.

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3 Responses to Video: Cockpit footage of British Apache attacks

  1. Fredy says:

    If everything turns out well we should see Ajdabiya and Brega being taken over by the opposition forces . The French and the Brits are pounding Maddafi’s forces.

    Thanks for the video.

  2. Fredy says:

    19:05 Robert Rowley tweets: “Tripoli: Widespread arrest campaign has taken place in Gergaresh & Seyahya. Arrests are taking place late at night.”

    The men in Tripoli better do something. Maddafi is desperate.

  3. James Miller says:

    Fredy,
    Ajdabiya has been in rebel hands for months – where have you been?

    NATO has no intention of letting the NLA attack Brega until NATO has caused regime collapse through attrition bombing. The only other way would be if the brigades there collapse or surrender.

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