Thu, Oct 28, 2004
F-15 Exercise Next Month At Tyndall AFB
With no aerial conflicts about, the
Air Force's F-15C drivers are headed back to the practice range.
It's time for a William Tell exercise.
It's the first time in eight years the Air Force has conducted
the air-to-air exercise. For two weeks, air crews go head-to-head
in a test of skills and a chance to exchange tactical
This year, something a little different has been added. For the
first time in "William Tell's" 50-year history, the 64th Aggressor
Squadron from Nellis AFB (NV) will take part.
The exercise runs from November 8th through the 19th.
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