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The 414th Combat Training Squadron conducts Red Flag exercises to provide aircrews the experience of multiple, intensive air combat sorties in the safety of a training environment. There are three iterations of Red Flag annually, one U.S. only, one open to FVEY (Five Eyes) participants and one that welcomes an expanded roster of international allies and partners. The training occurs at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada on the Nevada Test and Training Range, the U.S. Air Force’s premier military training area with more than 12,000 square miles of airspace and 2.9 million acres of land.

Red Flag-Nellis 24-2 ENDEX video
Nellis AFB Public Affairs
Video by Senior Airman Jose Miguel Tamondong
March 22, 2024 | 1:24
Air Commodore Johan van Deventer, commander of the Royal Netherlands Air Force air combat command, U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, commander of Air Combat Command (ACC), and Chief Master Sgt. David Wolfe, command chief of ACC, talk about Red Flag-Nellis 24-2, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, March 22, 2024. Red Flag exercises build partnerships and interoperability among our allies and across domains. (U.S. Air Force video by Senior Airman Jose Miguel T. Tamondong) More


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Australian, American integration promotes interoperability, communication during Red Flag-Nellis 22-1

The Royal Australian Air Force E-7A Wedgetail is parked on the flight line during Red Flag-Nellis 22-1 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 3, 2022. This iteration of Red Flag is focused on confidence under fire, integrated leadership and the warfighter culture. (U.S. Air Force photo Airman 1st Class Josey Blades)

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class Josey Blades
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NIKON Z 6

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NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S

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35/10

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1/40

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1600

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