Most of Libyan helicopters wear somewhat unusual camouflage patterns. This Mi-8 - the serial of which is unrecognizible on available pictures - wears a camouflage pattern that includes quite a strong shade of yellow. National markings are applied in usual positions, and there is probably a national marking on the underside of the fuselage. Some Mi-8s of the LARAF (Libyan Arab Air Force) have got also Mi-17-style sand-filters in front of their intakes.
Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (1977-2011) | Military