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ROKAF at Red Flag

A Republic of Korea Air Force pilot goes through a pre-flight check in his F-15K Slam Eagle

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A Republic of Korea Air Force pilot goes through a pre-flight check in his F-15K Slam Eagle during Operation Red Flag in Nevada. Red Flag is the premiere aerial combat training exercise held each year at Nellis Air Force Base.

Operation Red Flag, the premiere aerial combat training exercise created by the U.S. Air Force in 1975, wrapped up the 2012 version in January.

Nearly 30 countries participate in the exercise, including South Korea, whose Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) pilots flew the F-15K Slam Eagle in Red Flag.

It is an opportunity for pilots to learn from and fly with some of the best pilots in the world in an exercise that’s designed to be as close to being in combat without actually being in combat.