Korea participates in the "Red Flag" air exercise of the US and Japan

The "Red Flag" exercise organized by the US Pacific Air Force from June 10-25 in Alaska enhances the combat capabilities of the three nations and supports security in the Indian Ocean Region - Pacific.

Korea participates in the "Red Flag" air exercise of the US and Japan

Korean F-15K Slam Eagle jet.

The US Indo-Pacific Command said South Korea is participating in a trilateral air exercise involving the US and Japan that is currently in full swing in Alaska after the annual exercise. shrunk last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The "Red Flag" exercise organized by the US Pacific Air Force from June 10-25 in Alaska enhances the combat capabilities of the three nations and supports security in the Indian Ocean Region - Pacific.

Field exercises include joint counterattacks, interceptions, air support, and large force training.

The ROK Air Force is present at Eielson Air Base and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force is engaged at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

This is the first time South Korea has participated in a multinational exercise in three years.

The exercise also marks the first trilateral military exercise under the Joe Biden administration.

Launched in 1975, the “Red Flag” exercise was designed to integrate disparate forces and provide training opportunities in a realistic threat environment.

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