US, Australian & Japanese Formation Flight 10 AMAZING Things About Air Force 2 days ago   01:15

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United States, Australian and Japanese aircraft demonstrate a large show of force during Cope North 2019 off the coast of Guam, Mar. 6, 2019. CN19 is a long-standing exercise designed to enhance multilateral air operations amongst partner nations.

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Approximately 2,000 U.S. Airmen, Marines, and Sailors participated alongside approximately 800 RAAF and JASDF members during the exercise.

(US Air Force video by Master Sgt. Alexander Farver)

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Damin Mance
From America we support you Japan family 🇺🇸🇯🇵👍😎
3er a
Pretty cool!
watchettv
wow I saw 2 fighter jets in the skys in Perth on this exact day :)
蕭興邦
ㄍ跟日本人 軍事合作 =與虎謀皮
Dardania Lion
Everything is aimed at China and yet everything we have in our house is Made in China, even our flags. What the fucking world we live in.
RampantFury925
Talk about a big middle finger to North Korea and China.
Shot848 UG
С-400 (SA-21 Growler) :)
Oliver Wu
Keep doing your war stuff and suck your tax payers’ last drop of blood dry!
Ethelwulf
mute the video and play the song 7 nation army by the white stripes at 0:00 ;)
Ryan Jonas
#murica
Berry Taft
Good memories
TISH KerrVille
War Mongering cunts
Roy
Those are not planes, those are UFO 👽
Codako
With 1.3 billion China has alot more to draft from
Under A Bridge Too Far
Yeah show those filthy chinese who's boss!
Felipe O
Now that's a tight formation. Good job, beautiful aircraft.
Slurry Noises
qt pie warleaks uploaded, time to stop drop and watch
Fearless 777
Nice! 👍👍 this is what freedom looks like. Good going Australia and Japan! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇭🇲🇭🇲🇯🇵🇯🇵
Liberate
They only need the U.S to demonstrate POWER 🇺🇸
Dru Dru
F35, F15 eagle, F16......
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