The three latest issues of the magazine


You’ll find the last three editions of the magazine below.
Click on ‘Magazine’ at the top to find older editions of the magazine.
ISSUE #03 of 2017
This issue features an in-depth piece about the USAF 18th Aggressor Squadron, and a feature about the last remaining Tornado squadron of the Italian Air Force.
ISSUE #02 of 2017
The second issue of FLYMAG in 2017 features among
other reports from three exercises, INIOHOS, Cope Tiger,
and the big US exercise - Northern Edge 2017.
ISSUE #01 of 2017
The first issue of FLYMAG in 2017 features
The last Sioux - The Ramex Spirit, Peak Performers,
Winter Hide, USCG San Diego amongst others.

Highlights


Articles highlighted by FLYMAG, is articles published earlier in the FLYMAG Magazine,
which also deserves to be put up on the website.

Northern Edge 2015

The big American exercise, Northern Edge, has its military roots dating back to 1975. FLYMAG was in Alaska, when the 2015 edition was held in June.

NATO AIR POLICING – BALTIKUM

To preserve the integrity of the airspace has always been an important goal within the NATO alliance. Read more about how it works over the Baltics.

Articles


Selected articles from the FLYMAG magazine is published on the website.

Red Flag Alaska – 13-3

It is not only Nevada’s desert that offers Red Flag, Red Flag exercises is also held up in the cold north Alaska.

Escadron de Chasse 02.005

The squadron is a front-line, training and conversion unit for all Mirage 2000 pilots in France Air Force.

WTI – Training the trainer

The large Weapons and Tactics Instructor course is held twice a year at MCAS Yuma, in Arizona.

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CSAR – Combat Search And Rescue

Combat Search And Rescue missions are among the most dangerous missions.

Red Flag – Nellis 2012

A realistic war simulator is the closest you can call the Red Flag exercises. The red against the blue, the evil against the good.
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722 Squadron: SAR, and much more

RDAF 722 Squadron has the SAR duty in Denmark. But it’s far from the only task that 722 Squadron are doing.