Joint Task Force Odyssey Dawn is the U.S. Africa Command task force established to provide operational and tactical command and control of U.S. military forces supporting the international response to the unrest in Libya and enforcement of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1973. In this image released by the US Navy Visual News Service March 19, 2011 shows US Navy file photo taken June 25, 2005 in Persian Gulf. The Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Scranton (SSN 756) underway while participating in Operation Inspired Siren. Inspired Siren is a bilateral joint exercise between the United States and Pakistan Navies. The U.S. and Pakistan are conducting training in Maritime Security Operations (MSO), air defense, anti- submarine warfare, surface warfare, mine counter measures, electronic warfare, replenishment at sea and command and control. US sailors man the rails as the USS Bataan, the lead ship in the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group, pulls out of the Norfolk, Virgina, US Naval Base March 23, 2011 enroute to waters off Libya. A handout picture released on 20 March 2011 by the British Ministry of Defence shows a Tornado jetfighter being loaded with bombs and other munition at the Royal Air Force Base in Marham, Great Britain, in preparation for the launching of RAF Tornado GR4 aircraft for the first UK air combat mission in support of UN Resolution 1973.