Eurofighter Air Forces Stretch Wings Together

April 2008
Armada International;Apr/May2008, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p54
This article reports that 20 Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft participated in a group exercise at Morón Air Force Base near Sevilla, Spain. Among the participants were Typhoons from Germany's Fighter Wing 73 Steinhoff, Italy's Gruppo XII 36 Stormo and British RAF No. 3 and 11 Squadrons. They flew together to demonstrate the interoperability and capabilities of the aircraft.


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