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An F-15E Strike Eagle taxis down the runway during Gunfighter Flag 18-1 Dec. 13, 2017, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Gunfighter Flag 18-1 took place Dec. 11-15, simulating joint service operations that might be encountered in a deployed environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jeremy D. Wolff) Military branches come together for combat training
The 366th Fighter Wing is located in the middle of nowhere in southern Idaho, nearly an hour away from a large city. Not exactly the description of a place one would expect military forces from every U.S. service and foreign allies would be excited to visit. In reality, Mountain Home’s 110,000 acre range provides an ideal training setting with one of the biggest air spaces in the country, and exercises like Gunfighter Flag that accommodate joint service combat training to simulate deployed situations.
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An F-15E Strike Eagle takes off during Gunfighter Flag Dec. 11, 2017, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Gunfighter Flag is a quarterly training exercise bringing multiple military branches to the Saylor Creek range for joint training oppertunities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jeremy D. Wolff) Gunfighter Flag 18-1 kicks off
Mountain Home is hosting its quarterly Gunfighter Flag exercise Dec. 11-15. Gunfighter Flag 18-1 simulates joint service operations that might be encountered in a deployed environment.
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2017
Military members assist simulated victims during an active shooter exercise June 23, 2016, in downtown Mountain Home, Idaho. The 366th Medical Group sent first responders to the scene within 20 minutes of receiving the call for assistance during the active shooter exercise.(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jeremy L. Mosier/Released) MHAFB assists with city exercise
Military members assist simulated victims during an active shooter exercise June 23, 2016, in downtown Mountain Home, Idaho. The 366th Medical Group sent first responders to the scene within 20 minutes of receiving the call for assistance during the active shooter exercise.(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jeremy L. Mosier/Released)
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