Have you ever wondered what happens during an ordinary day’s mass launch of Red Flag missions at Nellis Air Force Base, in Nevada?
The following video will give you a clue.
Noteworthy, according to the user who uploaded the video to Youtube, people were not allowed to film neither UAE Air Force F-16s nor U.S. Air Force F-16CMs operating with the 388th Fighter Wing, 421st Fighter Squadron from Hill Air Force Base.
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