Quarterly AFTC-AFRL Summit aims to get warfighters “ready to go fast”
A Canadian coalition tactical air control party member operates within a simultaneously live, virtual, and constructive environment allowing warfighters to prepare to wage war, and then practice doing so in a realistic simulation so that they can learn how to be combat effective during Coalition VIRTUAL FLAG 22-1 at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, Oct. 24 - Nov. 5, 2021. CVF exercises led by the United States Air Force focus on coalition major combat operations in a realistic theater against a near-peer threat in a dynamic training environment. CVFs are designed to build and maintain joint and coalition partnerships between the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada by focusing on planning, executing, and debriefing a multitude of mission sets in air, space, surface, and cyber domains. (This photo has been altered for security purposes by removing monitor screens and paperwork on the floor.) (U.S. Air Force photo by Deb Henley)
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