Super Cobra And UH-1 Huey Aircraft Participate In Security
In the very hottest conditions found on Earth, the brave men and women who fly Coalition aircraft maintain their military readiness. They fly missions and scan the countryside looking for the enemy, looking for insurgents and terrorists. They fly UH-1 Huey aircraft, and Viper Gunships, as well as Super Cobra gunships. Day in and day out they fly missions, and work to keep the countryside free from terrorist activity.
The crews keep a sharp lookout, and work with various Marine Corps Infantry and Amphibious soldiers. The crews keep a birds eye perspective and watch for anything unusual as they fly just above the trees, working to provide support and reconnaissance to the troops on the ground, and to fly missions specifically targeting different areas. The men who fly these missions are single minded in their purpose and know that they are making the difference in many cases between keeping the region safe and having terrorists get a foothold. Their patrols cover hundreds of miles in a day, and can reach areas swiftly to respond to incidents, and this helps keep the entire region safe.
They look for improvised devices, and their patrols keep the amount of weapons down. They look for any holes in the road, and any unexplained occurrences or personnel. They routinely turn up weapons caches as well as capturing a great number of insurgents.