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Source: Libya Air Force Facebook page

Source: Libya Air Force Facebook page

Nothing says screw you Obama like the Libyan Air Force posting to their Facebook Timeline, photographs of twenty US special operation troops on a secret mission arriving in Libya (“in combat readiness wearing bullet proof jackets, advanced weapons”) for the world to see only to be kicked out a short time later.

The Guardian

A secret US commando mission to Libya has been revealed after photographs of a special forces unit were posted on the Facebook page of the country’s air force.

Libya’s air force said 20 US soldiers arrived at Libya’s Wattiya airbase on Monday, but left soon after local commanders asked them to go because they had no permission to be at the base. It was unclear if another branch of the Libyan military had authorized the mission.

Pentagon sources confirmed to US media that the special forces unit was part of a mission sent this week, but it was unclear if the soldiers had left the country….

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While the media is pushing the narrative about the troops being kicked out of Libya, no one is focusing on the fact that the Libyan Air Force by posting their photographs on Facebook has exposed the identities of these troops.

Remember Extortion 17, call sign for Navy SEAL Team Six who died on August 11, 2011 when the Taliban shot down their Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan moments before the helicopter was scheduled to land. Until this day, the Obama administration continues to stonewall the investigation.

The safety of these troops should be a concern to the U. S. government.