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Diamond shield brings together U.S. and Australian air force units together to support 
joint operations as part of the Royal Australian Air Force Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots , the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics techniques and procedures. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students on they're knowledge to this point as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen.
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Diamond shield brings together U.S. and Australian air force units together to support 
joint operations as part of the Royal Australian Air Force Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots , the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics techniques and procedures. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students on they're knowledge to this point as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen.
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Diamond shield brings together U.S. and Australian air force units together to support 
joint operations as part of the Royal Australian Air Force Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots , the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics techniques and procedures. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students on they're knowledge to this point as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen.
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Diamond shield brings together U.S. and Australian air force units together to support 
joint operations as part of the Royal Australian Air Force Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots , the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics techniques and procedures. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students on they're knowledge to this point as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen.
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Diamond shield brings together U.S. and Australian air force units together to support 
joint operations as part of the Royal Australian Air Force Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots , the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics techniques and procedures. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students on they're knowledge to this point as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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Diamond shield brings U.S. and Australian air force units together to support joint operations as part of the RAAF Air Warfare Instructor Course (AWIC). Similar to weapons school for U.S. Air Force pilots, the AWIC trains Airmen on valuable tactics, techniques and procedures necessary for aerial operations. Diamond Shield aims to test AWIC students as well as provide an opportunity to integrate with U.S. Air Force assets and Airmen. The AGRS provides the premiere adversary support necessary to test the students ability during Diamond Shield.
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U.S. Air Force Col. Benjamin Bishop, the 354th Fighter Wing commander, participates in a scenario on the MILO Range system with a 354th Security Forces Squadron Airman Jan. 29, 2018, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Bishop experienced first-hand how the simulator helps prepare Airmen for scenarios they can possibly run into. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Isaac Johnson)
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U.S. Air Force Col. Benjamin Bishop, the 354th Fighter Wing commander, participates in a scenario on the MILO Range system with a 354th Security Forces Squadron Airman Jan. 29, 2018, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Bishop experienced first-hand how the simulator helps prepare Airmen for scenarios they can possibly run into. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Isaac Johnson)
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