RJAF Viper during its landing at Nellis. Red Flag 2015-4 was the first Flag for the Jordanians. Strikingly, while this squadron was involved in mock-fights during this exercise, at home they were deeply involved in real combat, fighting ISIS.
Royal Jordanian Air Force F-16AM during its landing after a Red Flag 2015-4 sortie over the Nellis range complex. The aircraft is formerly F-16A ADF 80-0554 of the USAF and became active within the RJAF by December 2007.
The Point of the Spear Squadron, that is the beautiful name of 106sq within the Heyl Ha'Avir (Israeli Air Force). This F-15D Baz shows its huge air brake while landing at Nellis AFB during Red Flag 2015-4. Also clearly seen behind the cockpit is the Israeli modification, a high bandwidth satellite communications system just behind the canopy. The secretive large bulbous R2-D2 like satellite communications dome is only seen on Israeli Eagles.
During Red Flag 2015-4, the Republic of Singapore Air Force participated with CH-47Ds helicopters and F-16C/D jet fighters. The F-16s operate normally from nearby Luke AFB, the reason the look like US Vipers. But this F-16D Block 52 (high spine) shows clearly the Singaporese roundel on the rear of the fuselage.
Israeli air power during its easy landing at Nellis after most probably a complex full scale war training over the Nellis ranges during Red Flag 2015-4. 69sq, The Hammers Squadron, is operating this great coloured Israeli variant of the Strike Eagle.