Operation Verda Kou
Part of Libyan Crisis
Alconbrian Air Force jet fighters flying over Libya.
Date 23 March – 18 November, 2011
(7 months, 3 weeks and 6 days)
Location Libya
Result Decisive Alconbrian victory.
Alconbria Alconbria
Libyaold Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
States enforcing UNSC Resolution 1973

Natoflag NATO

Sweden Sweden

Libya National Transitional Council

Alconbria Victor Staurakios
Alconbria Giovanni de Polo
Libyaold Younes al Ashraar
Natoflag Peter Luns
Usa Garret Harrington
France François Le Putain
Casualties and losses
3 jet fighters shot down
1,000+ soldiers killed
49 jet fighters shot down
19 warships sunk
45 planes shot down
500 troops killed
983 protesters killed
78 civilian causalities (Alconbrian estimates; blamed on NATO)

After NATO decided to intervene in Libya to support the anti-government protesters and oust President Younes al Ashraar; Alconbrian President Victor Staurakios was forced by his countrymen to intervene against NATO. Alconbrian troops quietly departed on 21st March, and by 23rd March launched a full scale attack in Libya against NATO.

The Alconbrian Air Force was the first to move in, flying to counter the advancing bombing missions of the NATO countries' air forces.The AAF achieved air superiority by 3 April, 2011, which is also their Recognition Day. Next, after establishing bases, moved an attacked the enemy fleets outside Libya, enabling the Alconbrian Navy to move to the shores of Libya, where a massive troop deploy happened. The Alconbrian Army began to push into the country, aided by pro-al Ashraar forces.

On 23 October, the protesters were dispersed after fearing for their lives, and al Ashraar continued his rule. Subsequently, an Allied invasion happened, but was not successful. On 18 November, the United Nations was forced to call of the NATO operations. After securing the country, most of the Alconbrian troops left by March 2012.