Around the Air Force: Cope North 22, Optimized Flying, Cyber Airmen at Red Flag

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  • By Airman 1st Class Garrett Hess
  • Air Force TV

This week’s look Around the Air Force features Cope North 22, a large scale exercise in the Indo-Pacific with U.S., Japanese, and Australian forces, the Mission Execution Excellence Program, or MEEP, aims to save the Air Force about $80 million a year by increasing fuel efficiency and optimizing flights, and an all-military team of cyber Airmen set up a secure network to fly the F-35 at a major exercise. (Hosted by Tech. Sgt. Eric Mann)

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Related links:
- Australia, Japan, US converge on Guam for Cope North 22
- Department of the Air Force launches pilot program to incentivize optimized flying
- In Air Force first, 388th FW uses Red Flag to demonstrate all-military ALIS deployment