Reservists Train with Canadians

Members of the Canadian Air Force flew to Homestead ARB, Fla., to participate with Air Force Reserve Command in a joint exercise known as “ChumEx”—a war game with fighter units from allied nations that hones aerial dog fighting skills, said AFRC officials. Homestead’s 93rd Fighter Squadron is hosting five F-18s and about 87 air and ground crews of the 425th Tactical Fighter Squadron from Bagotville, Canada. The 93rd FS F-16 pilots will get a chance to fly in the Canadian F-18s as part of familiarization activities. The exercise runs until mid-March.