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Indian Air Force Wing Commander Janardhana Reddy Neelam high-fives U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Simon Zika, 554th RED HORSE Squadron, during a subject-matter expert exchange Oct. 25, 2016, at Northwest Field, Guam. The subject-matter expert exchange focused on airfield damage repair using folded fiberglass matting. These exchanges provide an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force and its international partners to enhance each other’s capabilities, improve interoperability and fundamentally provide highly skilled coalition engineers for operations in a variety of environments. (U.S. Air Force photo by SSgt. Benjamin Gonsier/Released)

554th RED HORSE Squadron Develops Partnerships; Hosts India Armed Forces
According to the National Military Strategy, Security Cooperation activities are at the heart of our efforts to provide a stabilizing presence in forward theaters. These activities build relationships that serve mutual security interests and develop partner military capabilities for self-defense and support to multinational operations. Through such
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A Sukhoi SU-30MK with the Indian Air Force taxi's down the tarmac in preparation for take-off, here, May 6, 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Steven R. Doty) U.S. Air Force, Indian Air Force join forces during RED FLAG-Alaska
Vital alignment between U.S. Air Force and Indian Air Force propels RED FLAG-Alaska exercise
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2016
An Indian Air Force Su-30MKI fighter aircraft lands at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, April 16, 2016. Indian Air Force airmen arrived at Eielson in preparation for RED FLAG-Alaska 16-1. On average, more than 1,000 people and up to 60 aircraft deploy to Eielson during the two-week exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Turner/Released) Indian Air Force lands in prepration of RF-A 16-1
Members and aircraft with the Indian Air Force landed at Eielson Air Force Base in preparation for RED FLAG-Alaska, a two-week exercise that provides U.S. and allied pilots, aircrews and operational support personnel the opportunity to train and improve their air combat skills in preparation for a myriad of worldwide contingencies.
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