The Telegraph's Rob Crilly, reporting from northern Libya, has found a crashed U.S. F-15E fighter jet after following "a dodgy sounding tip." The BBC got confirmation from U.S. Africom that the plane went down last night. One crew member has been rescued, while the other is "in the process of recovery," an Africom spokesman said.

This is just one of the many dangers of enforcing a no-fly zone.

Update: the AP quotes a second Africom spokesman who says the second crew member has not been recovered, "but we know he's safe."

Update 2: Both pilots have been rescued.