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  • Swift Strike controls the air

    Interoperability is a key component of the collective ability to address global security challenges. Exercise Swift Strike aims to strengthen interoperability for American and Canadian air controllers and air battle managers.

  • RCAF F-18's get exercise Swift Strike off the ground

    Royal Canadian Air Force airmen from the 401 Tactical Fighter Squadron prepare CF-18 Hornet aircraft as part of exercise Swift Strike Nov. 17, 2022, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The 401 TFS participated in the exercise alongside the 42 Radar Squadron and the 607th Air Control Squadron,

  • Royal Canadian air force trains at Luke

    A Royal Canadian air force CF-18 Hornet pilot, assigned to the 433rd Tactical Fighter Squadron in Canadian Forces Base Bagotville, Quebec, Canada, poses for a photo Feb. 25, 2020, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The RCAF 433rd and 425th TFS visited Luke to train with the U.S Air Force and compete in