Red Flag is an advanced aerial combat training exercise hosted annually at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada. It’s the US Air Force equivalent to the US Navy Top-Gun program. The purpose is to train pilots and other flight crew members from the U.S., NATO, and other allied countries for real air combat situations.
Red Flag training at Nellis Air Force Base makes (Top-Gun) aerial combat fighters out of many nations fighter aircraft pilots and ground crews. Here is footage from jet fighters from: Sweden, the United Arab Eremites, Australia, Pakistan, Columbia, and The United Kingdom as they taxis, takeoff, and land during the exercise.
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