The 392d Fight Coaching Squadron below Delta 1, Area Coaching and Readiness Command, lately accomplished SPACE FLAG 23-1, which supplied fight coaching to each U.S. and Coalition forces. SPACE FLAG 23-1, which ran from Dec. 5-16, was the third Coalition SPACE FLAG and the sixteenth iteration of the SPACE FLAG train sequence. 23-1 was the primary within the SPACE FLAG program to train fight techniques in a U.S. European Command situation.
“Final February I requested my group to discover how we might amplify and broaden Guardian coaching with USEUCOM downside units,” mentioned U.S. Area Pressure Lt. Col. Albert Harris, 392d CTS commander. “They responded brilliantly with a powerful fight coaching occasion that exercised theater plans and improved house warfighter readiness.”
Throughout three two-day train vulnerability home windows, the place every included mission planning on the primary day after which simulated fight operations on the second day, the coaching viewers practiced their precise procedures to extend readiness to win in a European battle.
Throughout mission planning, the 392d CTS introduced theater-specific issues together with strategic and operational steering. The coaching viewers then developed mission plans together with attainable programs of motion based mostly on practical threats. After every planning interval, the coaching viewers briefed their plan to senior leaders who then supplied steering and course. The coaching viewers used senior chief suggestions to revise and finalize their plan previous to execution the next day.
“Nowhere else can U.S. and Coalition forces prepare along with the specificity wanted to enhance house fight techniques,” mentioned U.S. Area Pressure Col. Jason Schramm, Delta 1 commander and a senior chief throughout the train. “Profitable in house underpins Coalition lethality in different warfighting domains, and I actually noticed that within the SPACE FLAG 23-1 situation.
“I could not have been extra happy to not solely see Coalition forces taking part on this SPACE FLAG, however to see them tackle management roles on the planning groups the place they taught and led our US forces in these extremely advanced house warfighting situations,” Schramm added. “We are going to battle in house as a Coalition, and these alternatives are invaluable to constructing the group that can battle collectively ought to the necessity come up.”
Different senior leaders throughout the train included U.S. Area Pressure Brig. Gen. Todd Moore, STARCOM deputy commander, U.S. Area Pressure Col. Phillip Verroco, Delta 5 commander, U.S. Area Pressure Col. Robert Schreiner, the Nationwide Reconnaissance Workplace’s Aerospace Knowledge Facility Colorado commander, Royal Canadian Air Pressure Col. Catherine Marchetti, seventh Wing commander and Canadian Area Operations Middle director, Royal Australian Air Pressure Group Captain Darrell Could, Director of Area Forces, and Royal Air Pressure Group Captain Richard Niven, United Kingdom Area Command chief of employees.
SPACE FLAG 23-1 hosted a complete of 165 individuals. The coaching viewers included 63 house warfighters from each mission Delta within the Area Operations Command. The Nationwide Reconnaissance Workplace leveraged SPACE FLAG to coach 9 members from their Area Pressure Component, and the U.S. Air Pressure Reserves despatched three house warfighters to obtain coaching.
Allied companions despatched 26 house warfighters to SPACE FLAG with six coming from Australia, three from Canada, and 17 from the UK.
It took 33 members of the 392d CTS to placed on the train with excellent help from the 57th Area Aggressor Squadron, 527th Area Aggressor Squadron, the U.S. Air Pressure’s 318th Vary Squadron, and the U.S. Air Pressure Reserves’ twenty sixth Area Aggressor Squadron. STARCOM Delta 1’s 319th Fight Coaching Squadron supplied a SPACE FLAG preparatory course to all mission planning leads of the coaching viewers per week earlier than the train.
“For the primary time in SPACE FLAG, Cyber Guardians and Tremendous Coders deliberate and executed simulated fight operations in real-time all through everything of the train,” mentioned U.S. Area Pressure Capt. Karl Pruhsmeier, 392d CTS and SPACE FLAG 23-1 train director. “Utilizing a U.S. Air Pressure cyber vary, the 527th Area Aggressor squadron was capable of assist us prepare multi-domain mission planning and execution, which uncovered quite a few alternatives to boost mission assurance for orbital warfare, house area consciousness, house battle administration, and different house warfighting capabilities.”
SPACE FLAG is the one house train within the Division of Protection accredited as a Joint Nationwide Coaching Functionality. The following iteration of SPACE FLAG will happen in April 2023 the place the 392d CTS plans to coach U.S. and Coalition house warfighters once more, marking the primary time SPACE FLAG presents back-to-back Coalition fight coaching occasions.
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