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RIMPAC 2012 VFA-154
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CommanderDef Jan 13 2013, 6:31am says:

In Czech republic there were NATO airforce exercises called Flying Rhino. Along with British, Germans and so on, also Turks and Greeks participated.

Countries were divided to two teams to fight against each other. But if you make Greeks and Turks in one team, they wouldn't cooperate. So you had to put them against each other. It resulted in large battle where Greeks and Turks only hunt each other, ignoring other aircrafts, warnings and hit signals...

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rkraptor70 Jan 14 2013, 4:15am replied:

Boy, that must've been really amusing to watch.

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A F/A-18/F Super Hornet of VFA-154 'Black Knights' onboard the USS Nimitz makes a landing during RIMPAC 2012, the world's largest naval exercise where 42 ships from 22 different nations participated in.

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