How F-22 Stealth Fighters and F/A-18s Can Go To War (And Win)
The National Interest -

Dario Leone


Working together is the key.

As the Australian International Airshow is underway at Avalon airport, U.S. and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) fighter squadron leaders discussed interoperability and tactical integration at RAAF Base Tindal Feb. 24 as their combined Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) training continues.

As explained by Staff Sgt. Alexander Martinez, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs in his article U.S., RAAF fighter squadron leaders discuss EAC...

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