USEUCOM and IDF begin Juniper Stallion 13
U.S. European Command and the Israel Defense Forces are scheduled to begin Juniper Stallion 13, a bilateral aerial exercise held between the U.S. and Israeli air forces this week in Israel. The exercise is not related to any current real-world events.
An Israeli F-16 and an F-15 from the Louisiana Air National Guard fly in formation in an orientation flight over the Nevatim Desert in southern Israel as part of Juniper Stallion 13, July 18, 2013. JS13 is an annual exercise with no relation to current real-world events.
1 photo: Juniper Stallion 13
Photo 1 of 1: An Israeli F-16 and an F-15 from the Louisiana Air National Guard fly in formation in an orientation flight over the Nevatim Desert in southern Israel as part of Juniper Stallion 13, July 18, 2013. JS13 is an annual exercise with no relation to current real-world events. Download full-resolution version

STUTTGART, Germany – U.S. European Command and the Israel Defense Forces are scheduled to begin Juniper Stallion 13, a bilateral aerial exercise held between the U.S. and Israeli air forces this week in Israel. The exercise is not related to any current real-world events.

The exercise will last approximately two weeks, and is part of the regularly scheduled training between the two nations.

Juniper Stallion 13 is a combined, bilateral F-15/F-16 air-to-air exercise designed to improve the interoperability and cooperation between the U.S. and Israeli air forces. JS13 is an annual training event which has been in planning for more than a year.

For USEUCOM-related questions, contact the USEUCOM Public Affairs office at (+49) 0711-680-6618/8503 or by e-mailing the Media Operations team at eucom.stuttgart.ecpa.list.ecpa-media-ops@mail.mil.

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