Michigan - A 9,000-foot section of M-28 in the Upper Peninsula played host
to a history combat training exercise on Wednesday, June 29.
While military aircraft have landed on U.S. highways before, this was the
first time they landed on a highway and then were quickly refueled and
rearmed while running, before taking off again. The method is called
"integrated combat turns," or ICTs, and is a vital part of the U.S.
Air Force's Agile Combat Employment doctrine, of being ready to execute
missions quickly and in unpredictable ways.
Knowledge may be power, but communications is the key
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