"These airstrikes bring the total number of airstrikes in support of Operation Odyssey Lightning, which began Aug. 1, to 46," the release stated on Monday.
The airstrike on Saturday targeted an Islamic State vehicle, while the Sunday strikes hit four terrorists’ fighting positions, according to the Africa Command.
The United States conducted no airstrikes in Libya on Friday, according to the release.
On August 1, the United States began a new airstrike campaign at the request of, and in coordination with the GNA aimed at fighting the Islamic State militants.
The Islamic State, also known as Daesh and Arabic and outlawed in Russia and many countries around the world, gained a presence in Libya in the turmoil following the 2011 overthrow of leader Muammar Gaddafi.