July 13 2010
The South Korean and U.S. air forces have started a week-long operational readiness drill at Osan Air Force Base, South Korea, reports the Stars and Stripes.
This is the second of two peninsula-wide operational readiness exercises that are held annually, said a U.S. Air Force spokeswoman.
This week's training includes mock dogfights and ground attack missions; simulated treatment of battle casualties; base security training; and operations under simulated chemical attacks.
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