LONDON, WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, TRIPOLI & BENGHAZI - An extension has been added to United Nations Organisation Resolution 1973 to allow 'superpowered force if necessary'.
This comes hot off the heels of the newly-delayed Superhuman Registration Act (UN Resolution 1307 - which would force all supers to become agents of the nation they are residing in - which has caused rifts within the superhero community.
The extension to 1973 will postpone 1307, and allow supers to firstly serve humanitarian purposes in Libya and to serve as help for the rebels.
This makes them the first ever set of Allied ground patrol on Libyan soil.
ALPHA team, the first set of supers, will include heroes such as Capt. America, Spiderman, Deadpool, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Fantastic 4, and others.
Included in ALPHA is resident Spooferhero, Vigilanteen.
He is expected to help lead ALPHA to rebel bases and to find loyalist forces using his awesometer.
"It'll flag down rebels as red," he said, "my collegues as blinding, but I've corrected that to purple, and loyalists as dark blue."
What do other big-name supers think?
"Well," said Spiderman, "we'll take it, I think. I mean, the cops in New York aren't that incompetent. I'm sure New York can run without me or my friends for a few days."
The extension was ratified by the UNSC last night, and as part of the United States's "on call" role in the conflict.
Great Britain's Cabinet have also fast-tracked the extension, sending its main superheroes via the HMS GloryBlaze.
Canada is also willing to send its sole superheroine, Lady Godiva, as part of its 20 aircraft.
"We've had Reed, you know, Mr. Fantastic?" said Ban Ki-Moon, "crunch some numbers. With the amount of Allied aircraft, ships and the 200 or so supers waiting as part of ALPHA, BETA, and PI teams, we've got 40 to 55 hours."
"Let's get the champagne out then," he added.