Small European air forces are increasingly seeking innovative ways of staging realistic live-flying exercises for their fighter squadrons, due to weather restrictions and environmental rules that restrict training. One example is the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF), which completed an extended period of live-flying training exercises in North America in May. The Dutch deployed 11 Lockheed Martin F-16AM/BM fighters to Hill AFB, Utah, in February to start exercises and training ...

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