(Worthy News) – The American and Israeli air forces on Thursday wrapped up a drill simulating joint flights and target strikes.
The exercise involved six F-15 fighter jets from US Air Force Central Command (AFCENT), which operates in the greater Middle East. The jets landed in Nevatim Air Force Base in southern Israel on Monday, and were joined in the drill by IDF F-35I “Adir” aircraft from the 140 Squadron and “Nachshon” (G5) aircraft from the 122 Squadron.
The temporary deployment of US aircraft to Israel was part of the “agile combat employment” doctrine of the US Air Force, which focuses on ensuring the force’s global mobility even in hostile areas without major US infrastructure. [ Source: Algemeiner (Read More…) ]
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