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The Air Force is canceling its flight training exercise scheduled for April in Alaska.

An announcement from Pacific Air Forces says Red Flag – Alaska is being set aside because of budgetary concerns.

The training exercise traditionally takes place at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, and use the Joint Pacific Alaskan Range Complex for training.

Next month’s training was to have included aircraft and crews from Canada and the United Kingdom. The Air Force says they will still offer use of the range to them.

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