555th Fighter Squadron participates in multigenerational airpower exercise Falcon Strike 22

U.S. Airmen and F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 555th Fighter Squadron attended NATO exercise Falcon Strike 22 in mid November at Amendola Air Base.

Falcon Strike 22 was designed to test and improve the ability of NATO nations to conduct multinational offensive and defensive air operations that integrate fourth and fifth-generation airpower.

“Falcon Strike was a great opportunity to learn how we can better complement each other airborne,” said Capt. Kim Auton, 555th FS F-16 pilot.

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