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Americans return for Exercise Teak Action
27 July 2021
By Eamon Hamilton
The return of Exercise Teak Action has strengthened ties between Air Force’s No. 37 Squadron and its United States Air Force (USAF) counterparts.
Held from RAAF Base Richmond over June 24 to July 2, the bilateral exercise focused on airborne operations training to airfields across regional New South Wales.
Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler aircrew from RAAF Base Amberley, and F-35A Lightning II pilots from RAAF Base Williamtown utilise the Evans Head Air Weapons Range (EVDAWR) south of Evans Head, NSW for gunnery