The members of the Idaho Air National guard are keeping a close eye on the situation in Libya. President Barack Obama laid out an ultimatum Friday to Moahmar Khaddafy to stop killing civilians. No airmen have been called at this point, but with the president's announcement, it is possible Idaho men and women could be called to Libya. Col. Tim Marsano says it’s a task the pilots are ready for if called upon.   Officials at Mountain Home Air Force Base had similar feelings. They say they don't know at this point whether airmen could be called from the base, but say they're ready to accept any assignment they may be given.

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