Concluded the Mobility Guardian 23 exercise, the largest multinational transport exercise

(To Andrea Cucco)

The Mobility Guardian 23exercise involving 70 transport aircraft and more than 3.000 service personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Operations area: over 33 million kilometres2 in 'Indo-Pacific.

The integration has enabled the transport of more than 15.000 servicemen connected to various exercises in the theater, demonstrating the interoperability of the combined forces and consolidating a "shared vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific region".

“Relationships and integration with our allies and partners, as well as the joint force, have been key. We experimented and learned geography together (in which we practiced, ed)", said General Mike Minihan, commander of the AMC (Air Mobility Command, US responsible for strategic, tactical and refueling transport aircraft). "Our combined ability to project ourselves in theatre, align on priorities and achieve unity of effort and action has been demonstrated here".

Was Italy present? Not received and probably not invited. On the other hand, our country has never had any problems strategic transportation, as stated by the Air Force Chief of Staff just a few months ago: SEE VIDEOS.

Did Afghans who returned from Afghanistan on US C-17s have the wrong check-in at the airport?

Are paratroopers who have no aircraft available even for routine training whiners?

In case of need? Out the hand and always asking for a ride?

Who knows why the allies (those who count) have been training on the other side of the globe for years when, for the ongoing war, the train is enough for us?