Great Scot!

Bailey, Timothy; Ricardo, Cecilio
September 2000
Airman;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p42
Details the Grey Douglas exchange training program between the United States (U.S.) Air Force and Great Britain Royal Air Force (RAF). Reasons for the existence of training exchange program; Coverage of the training program; Cultural differences between the U.S. airmen and the RAF airmen. INSET: Phoenix Raediness Rising.


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