Skull

Megan Scully does some math:

With allies expected to shoulder some of the bill, the initial stages of taking out Libya’s air defenses could ultimately cost U.S.-led coalition forces between $400 million and $800 million, according to a report released by the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments earlier this month. 

(Hat tip: Weigel. Photo: by Scott Campbell from his show Noblesse Oblige)

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