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    Red Eagles

    Just over 30 years after the U.S. Air Force officially shuttered the super-secret 4477th Test and Evaluation Squadron, or Red Eagles, and its fleet of Russian MiGs, the service has released a little film about the unit's activities, also known as Project Constant Peg. It's short, but it's still full of interviews with pilots and ground crews about their work, as well as images and video of the squadron's unique fleet of foreign planes. It offers additional insight into the world of U.S. military units charged with what is known as or FME, a service that the latest incarnation of the Red Eagles continues to provide to this day

    Hear the declassified story of a secret U.S. AirForce Squadron that trained with real enemy aircraft for nearly 10 years!



    USAF Mini-Documentary Takes You Behind The Scenes Of Its Top Secret Cold War MiG Squadron

    https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zon...r-mig-squadron

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    Red Eagles

    Found a YouTube presentation that Col Gail Peck did for The Museum of Flight.

    youtube.com/watch?v=MYzrBPWUEa4
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    Great film, makes for fascinating viewing. Many thanks for the post.
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    "Sierra Hotel!!" Thanks for Sharing. For those of you who don't know, Colonel Gail Peck, who was featured in the video has a book about his days as a Young Fighter Pilot during the Vietnam war. "Sherman Lead" is an excellent read. Highly recommend it to anyone interested in the history of the Air War over Vietnam.

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