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An F-16 from the 18th Aggressor Squadron soars over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex. The squadron is responsible for training and preparing joint and allied aircrews for combat missions. Staff Sgt Christopher Boitz Photo
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Playing the part: USAF 18th Aggressor Squadron

Returning to 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School (2 CFFTS) in Moose Jaw, Sask., after an absence of 30 years, author Rob Erdos found that nothing had changed and yet everything was different. Technology has delivered several improvements, but the cultural fundamentals of military flight training remain unchanged. Mike Reyno Photo
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Striving for Perfection

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Here, a the CC-177 Globemaster III sports its new tail design, created by Stephen Rodych and painted by 429 Squadron’s own aircraft structures technicians MCpl Shawn O’Hara, Cpl Jacob Abusow and Cpl Steven Leblanc. The design commemorates the squadron’s 75th anniversary and also marks the 10th anniversary of the CC-177 Globemaster III fleet in Canada. Eric Dumigan Photo

Air Force Day in Hamilton