ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Kirtland Air Force Base recently wrapped up one of its largest virtual training events. Coalition Virtual Flag exercises stimulating realistic engagement well held from October 24 through November 5.
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According to a news release, the operation trained over 344 participants, 200 joint and 144 coalition warfighters, and accomplished over 6,461 joint training events for 67 units using seven networks and 23 different systems connected at 29 sites across the world from places like the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. Each one was tailored to test the troops’ skills and develop new techniques and procedures.