Waving the 'Flag.'

Greely, Jim
September 2000
Airman;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p2
Features the Red Flag combat training exercise of the United States Air Force. How Red Flag was started; Limitations of the Red Flag; International expansion of Red Flag; What makes Red Flag a premier training exercises for the United States Air Force. INSETS: Red Flag's Papa;Red Flag: Planning plus....


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