The website of National Interest magazine recently published an article entitled “How the U.S. Air Force Prepares for World War III”.
The article said that the routine military exercises being carried out by the U.S. Air Force are to simulate large-scale air confrontations between major powers, aiming to prepare for “modern warfare”.
In this article, military journalist Kris Osborn said that the U.S. Air Force has been conducting so-called “red flag military exercises on a regular basis for many years, trying to restore large-scale air battle scenes and simulate encountering experienced and well-equipped “enemies”, that is, having advanced air defense equipment and equipment.
The so-called “Red Army” of the fifth generation of high-tech aircraft. According to the U.S. Air Force report, the “Red Flag Military Exercise” is designed to prepare the U.S. military and its allies for “multi-domain warfare in the new era”.
Osborne wrote that the U.S. Air Force also pointed out in the report that “although air combat tactics are the focus of the ‘red flag military exercise’ program, they will also take into account possible threats in space and cyberspace.
Therefore, the army should be prepared to deal with and overcome all obstacles of the enemy in order to successfully complete the task.
The article said that Colonel William Resse, the commander of the 414th Combat Training Squadron of the United States Air Force in charge of the role of the “Red Army”, described the “Red Army” as an “unlimited aggressor” and said that “in order to further challenge the participants in the military exercise, we cancelled the military exercise.
Marks and scenes that enable participants to think critically about the battle, including re-attacks on targets that have been hit but have not achieved the expected weapon effect.”
According to the article, in recent years, the “red flag military exercise” of the U.S. Air Force has particularly increased the complexity of the war, requiring participants to integrate new technologies for positioning, navigation and timing operations in an environment without GPS.
According to public information, the U.S. Air Force holds several “red flag military exercises” at Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas every year, dividing the battle aircraft into red and blue teams to fight against the “Blue Army” formed by the U.S. military and allies to fight against the “Red Army” composed of the U.S. military alone.