The first video has now emerged of what appears to be the aftermath of allied airstrikes in Libya. The video to the left (warning graphic content) shows an armored personnel carrier which was presumably destroyed by allied air attacks. The next scene shows cars rushing to get away from exploding munitions of another vehicle. The exploding munitions were likely secondary explosions following an attack from the air. Rebel forces on the ground seem to be celebrating the destruction of pro-Ghadafi forces. One of the rebels then reveals a charred body of a pro-Ghadafi soldier. At the end of the video a very large explosion can be seen. It is unclear if that explosion was caused by a bomb from the air or another secondary explosion on the ground.
The video appears to confirm reports that the allied forced had destroyed many of Gadhafi's vehicles in the attacks yesterday. The United States military used cruise missiles and B-2 stealth bombers to destroy many of Gadhafi's air defenses and air fields. French planes began enforcing the no-fly zone and also reportedly attacked Gadhafi forces that threatened the rebel stronghold of Benghazi.