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Red Flag 10/04
From 19-7-2010 until 30-7-2010 the last red flag of fiscal year 2010 was held. During this Red Flag there where three foreign countries present, namely Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Singapore.

I would like to thank the public affairs team of Nellis for their hospitality on base.
These units where present for the Red Flag 10/04;
Role Aircraft Unit
Red Team Air F-16C / F-16CG 64 AGRS, Nellis AFB, NV
  F-15C/D 65 AGRS, Nellis AFB, NV
Air Defence F-15S 92 FS, Dhahran RSAF
  F-16B 9 MRS, Mushaf PAF
  F-16C/D 425 FS Luke, Singapore
  CH-47D G/149 AVN Grand Prairie, Singapore
  F-15C 123 FS, Portland IAP, OR
  F/A-18D VMFA(AW)-225, MCAS Miramar, CA
SEAD EA-6B VMAQ-3, MCAS Cherry Point, NC
  EA-18B VAQ-132, Whidbey Island NAS, WA
Command & Controle E-3C mod. 552 ACW, Tinker AFB, OK
  E-3A NAEW&CF, Geilenkricken NATO
  MC-130P 130 RQS, Moffet AirfieldANG, CA
Refueling KC-135R 22 ARW, McConnell AFB, KS
F-16C / F-16CG from 64 AGRS
F-15C/D from 65 AGRS
This F-15C has only recently moved to the 65 AGRS and still has to get is nice color schema.
F-15S from 92 FS Saudia Arabia
The Saudia Arabia Air Force took part in the exercise with eight F-15S. After the Red Flag exercise, the Saudi delegation also stayed to participate in the Green Flag exercise.
F-16B from 9 MRS Pakistan Air Force
The Pakistan Air Force brought, unfortunately, only the two-seater F-16 to the exercise.
F-16C/D from 425 FS Singapore Air Force
CH-47D from G/149 AVN Grand Prairie, Singapore
The CH-47D flown routes that unfortunately were far from the places were you can take pictures. Fortunately there was one exception to this rule on one day.
F-15C from 123 FS
F/A-18D from VMFA(AW)-225
EA-6B from VMAQ-3
EA-18G from VAQ-132
E-3B and E-3C mod. from NATO and 552 ACW
MC-130P from 130 RQS
KC-135R from 22 ARW

Other airplanes present during the Red Flag

Raptors from Holleman and Langley
F-16C from 55 FS and 77 FS
F-16CG from 421 FS
The future of the Air Forece, Raptors and sun sheds.
A local F-16 in a hurry to get high!!
Thunder Birds

By Fran├žois van Riel