Heading to the distant frontier

KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Staff Sgt. Jonathan Lima, 8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, and Capt. Jason Monaco, 35th Fighter Squadron, prepare the F-16 for flight Sept. 18. The 35th FS heads to Eielson Air Force Base for Distant Frontier and Red Flag Alaska for month-long training. Distant Frontier gives the Wolf Pack team the chance to drop live and inert heavyweight munitions. Red Flag Alaska gives the pilots and maintainers an air combat training environment where multi-services, multi-platforms and their aircrews are run through every thinkable combat threat. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jonathan Steffen)

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