On April 4, the 509th Bomb Wing kicked off a four-day interoperability exercise involving active duty, guard and reserve fighter, bomber, refueling and support units from across the country. Following months-long planning endeavors, Exercise Agile Tiger is designed to meet training objectives consisting of high-fidelity distributed mission planning, coordinated long-range standoff munitions integration, dynamic targeting and advanced survival, evasion, resistance and escape scenarios. This event also provides for the development of new and non-traditional communications tactics, techniques and procedures.
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