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The last formal known plans for Libya's armed forces called for a 20,000-strong general-purpose force. This has been impeded by the political circumstances as well as a lack of recruits and an underdeveloped administration. Until there is a resolution of the current crisis, it is assumed that this rebuilding process will be put on hold indefinitely.
The old Libyan Army effectively ceased to exist as an organized force during the 2011 civil war. In the past, the Libyan armed...

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