Who's contributing what to the Libya offensive
The creation of a no-fly zone in Libya has won approval from the UN, but establishing and reinforcing it will require the efforts of a multinational coalition.
The militaries involved have not released data on their individual contributions, but here are numbers that media outlets like the New York Times and London Telegraph are reporting.
Arab states like the United Arab Emirates and Qatar have pledged support for the mission, but their actual efforts at this stage are unclear. While not strictly part of Canada's contribution, the warship HMCS Charlottetown is currently patrolling the waters north of Libya.