President Barack Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are saluting service members from both their countries who fought in a NATO-led campaign that drove Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi from power.
They're also celebrating the enduring U.S.-French alliance at a ceremony at Cannes City Hall after the two-day Group of 20 economic summit.
As military brass from both countries looked on, Obama said that French and American troops serving shoulder-to-shoulder in the skies over Libya succeeded in liberating the Libyan people _ and proving the strength of the bond between the U.S. and France.
He said they were carrying on a legacy of more than two centuries of cooperation between the two nations.
The triumphant 7-month air campaign ended Monday less than two weeks after Gadhafi was captured and killed.
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