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CCT provide supremacy at Idaho "battlefield"

A combat controller calls in a simulated air strike at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Members from the U.S Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy and the British Army will utilize the range complexes during the week-long Gunfighter Flag exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

A combat controller calls in a simulated air strike at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Members from the U.S Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy and the British Army will utilize the range complexes during the week-long Gunfighter Flag exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

Two combat controllers observe a simulated air strike during the Gunfighter Flag exercise at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The exercise is a week-long event with participants from the Marine Corps, Navy and the British Army. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

Two combat controllers observe a simulated air strike during the Gunfighter Flag exercise at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The exercise is a week-long event with participants from the Marine Corps, Navy and the British Army. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller plots locations for an exercise close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The CCT team was one part of the exercise, which consisted of all three MHAFB fighter squadrons, more than 300 visiting Marines and British partners. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller plots locations for an exercise close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The CCT team was one part of the exercise, which consisted of all three MHAFB fighter squadrons, more than 300 visiting Marines and British partners. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller measures distance using a range finder, as he executes an exercise close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. In training for warfare, realism is paramount. Mountain Home Air Force Base and the 266th Range Squadron controls and maintains emitter sites across almost 7,500-square miles of operational range space, and it’s that access to airspace and ranges that allows for realistic, safe training and testing while providing the flexibility to accommodate the complexity of this multinational, multiservice exercise. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller measures distance using a range finder, as he executes an exercise close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. In training for warfare, realism is paramount. Mountain Home Air Force Base and the 266th Range Squadron controls and maintains emitter sites across almost 7,500-square miles of operational range space, and it’s that access to airspace and ranges that allows for realistic, safe training and testing while providing the flexibility to accommodate the complexity of this multinational, multiservice exercise. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

A GBU-33 impacts Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The exercise bomb was dropped from a 389th Fighter Squadron F-15 E Strike Eagle as part of a large-scale joint exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

A GBU-33 impacts Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. The exercise bomb was dropped from a 389th Fighter Squadron F-15 E Strike Eagle as part of a large-scale joint exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

An F-15E Strike Eagle passes by after a simulated air strike during Gunfighter Flag at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Mountain Home AFB has one of the top range complexes in the United States. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

An F-15E Strike Eagle passes by after a simulated air strike during Gunfighter Flag at Saylor Creek bombing range near Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Mountain Home AFB has one of the top range complexes in the United States. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Malissa Lott/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller plots locations for an exercise night close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Today’s combined-joint mix of allied ground, air and space force provides national leaders the unmatched ability to take early, rapid and decisive action in combat, peacekeeping or humanitarian operations. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

An Air Force combat controller plots locations for an exercise night close-air support mission at Saylor Creek Range at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 11, 2014. Today’s combined-joint mix of allied ground, air and space force provides national leaders the unmatched ability to take early, rapid and decisive action in combat, peacekeeping or humanitarian operations. The CCT’s identity is masked. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)

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