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A photo collage portraying the U.S. and Republic of Singapore Air Forces partnership, called Peace Carvin V, an F-15SG Strike Eagle detachment called the 428th Fighter Squadron, or the "Buccaneers." Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, has proven to be the ideal location for the Buccaneers to train on the RSAF’s newest fighter platform, as the base controls and maintains almost 7,500 square miles of operational range space complete with emitter sites to simulate opposing forces. Access to airspace and ranges allows for realistic, safe training and testing, while providing flexibility to accommodate preparation for the allied nations – all culminating in world-class instruction. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/Released) Peace Carvin V celebrates eighth anniversary
MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho – Members of the 428th Fighter Squadron gathered to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the Peace Carvin V partnership agreement here, May 19. The Peace Carvin program, which brings the U.S. Air Force and the Republic of Singapore Air Force together four other RSAF detachments around the U.S. all specializing in different aircraft. The fifth installation is the 428th FS operating F-15SG Strike Eagles alongside the 391st and 389th FSs’ F-15Es.
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