Flying Over Hawaii

The Hawaii Air National Guards recently wrapped up their largest and most successful aerial exercise to date during Sentry Aloha, in Oahu, Hawaii. The event integrated more than 10 different flying squadrons including active duty Army and Navy to train in teams and practice real world tactics.

Flying for thousands of hours for 400 complicated training missions, there’s no doubt that those involved took something away from this exercise. But you know what I took away from this video? Watching all of these F-22s, F-15, and F-16s must have been an awesome sight.

Check out the video from what is known as the largest aerial exercise in the U.S..


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