U.S. Air Force Exchange Pilot Maj. Kevin Sweeney climbs out of an F-16 Falcon at Leeuwarden Air Base, Netherlands, March 27, 2017 during the NATO air forces' Frisian Flag training exercise. Nearly 300 U.S. Airmen and 12 F15C Eagles of the 122nd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron participated in training alongside NATO allies to strengthen interoperability and demonstrate U.S. commitment to the security and stability of Europe. During Frisian Flag, NATO air forces conducted air defense missions, offensive missions, missions to protect other aircraft and missions carried out to eliminate static and dynamic targets on land or at sea. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Ferguson)
180220-F-BP133-9006.JPG Photo By: Master Sgt. Brian Ferguson

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Fort Meade, MD - U.S. Air Force Exchange Pilot Maj. Kevin Sweeney climbs out of an F-16 Falcon at Leeuwarden Air Base, Netherlands, March 27, 2017 during the NATO air forces' Frisian Flag training exercise. Nearly 300 U.S. Airmen and 12 F15C Eagles of the 122nd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron participated in training alongside NATO allies to strengthen interoperability and demonstrate U.S. commitment to the security and stability of Europe. During Frisian Flag, NATO air forces conducted air defense missions, offensive missions, missions to protect other aircraft and missions carried out to eliminate static and dynamic targets on land or at sea. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Brian Ferguson)


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