Israeli, U.S. Air Force begin joint ‘Red Flag’ military exercise
The drill will last for nearly two weeks
The U.S. Air Force on Sunday began the “Red Flag” exercise with the participation of the Israeli Air Force, the Israeli military said.
The exercise is being held at the U.S. Air Force Base in Nellis, Nevada. It will last for nearly two weeks and will include different types of training: “Strategic attack in depth, achieving aerial superiority in space, joint attack aircraft, defense of field cells, interception of enemy aircraft, low-altitude flight and attack in unfamiliar terrain rich in anti-aircraft defenses,” the army spokesperson said in a statement.
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