From bits and pieces all over the web: There has been one strike mission so far. A French package of Air Force Rafale and Mirage 2000 aircraft (6 flying CAP, 2 reconnaissance, and 4 with air-to-ground weapons) flew in from central France to strike ground forces attacking Benghazi. At least 4 Libyan tanks were destroyed. Other Rafale fighters have flown CAP missions, and the Charles de Gaulle is on it's way fresh from deployment in the Afghanistan conflict. US ships and submarines have launched over 100 cruise missiles to take out SAM sites and they are providing reconnaissance and air refueling. The US is also flying EA-18G electronic warfare aircraft from Italy to jam ground radars and map out their locations. It is possible for these aircraft to carry anti-radiation missiles to home in on such radars, but from images I have seen it doesn't look like they are carrying any weapons. Spanish F-18's are in Italy. British and Canadian forces are yet to deploy, but they should be there shortly. Other forces will probably take longer to get into the theatre. The Libyan rebels have some aircraft as well. A rebel MiG-23 was accidentally shot down by their own forces yesterday.