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  • Cope North 2019: Allied Aeromedical Evacuations

    After a short pause caused by record-breaking super typhoon Wutip, the United States, Australia, and Japan were right back to business for Cope North 2019. The second week of the exercise had the three allied nations working together on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, and its neighboring islands in

  • Pitch Black to take off in Australia

    U.S. Air Force and Marine Corps forces are scheduled to participate alongside 16 partner and allied nations in the Royal Australian Air Force’s Pitch Black exercise from July 27-August 17 in Northern Australia.

  • Silver Flag: The Boomerang of Ideas, Culture

    In the moments after the graduation of the first Silver Flag Training of 2018, a member of the Royal Australian Air Force calls to gather a clutch of Airmen from the United States of America, Singapore, Australia, and the Republic of Korea. The Aussie picks up a deliberately shaped wooden tool,

  • U.S., Australian forces conclude Enhanced Air Cooperation exercise

    DARWIN, Australia -- Cruising at altitude, hidden from sight by distance, Air Force bomber crews have the birds-eye view of the battlefield.Whether in the mountains of Afghanistan or desert plains, when operating close to friendly forces on the ground, the teams rely on the help from liaison