Codifying Night One Integration; Coalition Black Flag introduces RAAF E-7, long-range kill-chains solutions, and first-ever mobile C2 element
A Royal Australian Air Force F-35A Lightning II Takes off in participation of Black Flag 22-1, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, May 11, 2022. One of the objectives of Black Flag 22-1 is to investigate long-range kill chain options from sensor to shooter to ensure interoperability and integrated effects for mission success. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Trevor Bell)
Airman Trevor Bell
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