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The Pentagon is taking a beating over the official, strenuously lyrical name of our Libya military mission: Operation Odyssey Dawn
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After the U.N. votes for possible military intervention in Libya, Moammar Gadhafi promptly halts his assault on the rebels' last stronghold. Now what?
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