180th Fighter Wing Goes to Green Flag

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sits on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020 during exercise Green Flag-West. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)
An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sits on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020 during exercise Green Flag-West. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sits on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020 during exercise Green Flag-West. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.

(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing circles over Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, as it makes its approach for landing during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 16, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.  (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)
An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing circles over Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, as it makes its approach for landing during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 16, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing circles over Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, as it makes its approach for landing during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 16, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

U.S. Air Force Captain Justin Guinther, an F-16 fighter jet pilot assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing taxis an F-16 assigned to the 180FW to the end of the runway at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, before take-off during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 16, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

Pilots assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sit in F-16 fighter jets assigned to the 180FW at the end of the runway at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, as they wait to take off during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 16, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sits on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 16, 2020 during exercise Green Flag-West. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brayden Bobp, a crew chief assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing, salutes a pilot assigned to the 180FW as he taxis to the runway at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada during exercise Green Flag-West, Feb. 15, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brayden Bobp, a crew chief assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing conducts a pre-flight inspection on an F-16 assigned to the 180FW during exercise Green Flag-West at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

An F-16 fighter jet assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing sits on the flightline at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020 during exercise Green Flag-West. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Ashley Mitchell, a weapons loader assigned to the Ohio National Guard’s 180th Fighter Wing, opens a panel on an F-16 fighter jet assigned to the 180FW in order to load ammunition into its gun during exercise Green Flag-West at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2020. Green Flag is a realistic, air-to-surface, joint training exercise designed to improve interoperability between aircraft while supporting ground troops by allowing U.S. military branches, as well as other NATO and allied nations, an opportunity to work together, as they would in military operations around the world.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kregg York)

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