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67th Fighter Squadron “Hot Pit” Training

Photos by Cpl. Mitchell Austin

The 67th Fighter Squadron particpated in a “Hot Pit” training at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, after “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. Here some great shots from this training #fightingcocks

F-15C Eagle aircraft with U.S. Air Force 67th Fighter Squadron fly over Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, after “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
U.S. Air Force 67th Fighter Squadron F-15C Eagle aircraft are staged at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
An F-15C Eagle takes off at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
U.S. Navy Sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni’s fuels division refuel an F-15C Eagle at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
An F-15C Eagle taxis at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
U.S. Air Force 67th Fighter Squadron F-15C Eagle aircraft receives fuel at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
A U.S. Air Force 67th Fighter Squadron F-15C Eagle aircraft gets refueled at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
U.S. Navy Sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni’s fuels division signals an F-15C Eagle at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)
An F-15C Eagle taxis at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, during “hot pit” training, Sep. 24, 2021. This joint training, the first of its kind at the air station, provided an opportunity for the U.S. Air Force unit to exercise hot-refueling capabilities at a dissimilar airfield. MCAS Iwakuni, with its capable fuels division and its proximity to Kadena Air Force Base, is uniquely positioned to support such training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Mitchell Austin)

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