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Code Yellow

[...] Hormuz, on the southern coast of Iran , the world’s busiest oil-shipping lane. The boys of the Persian Gulf : fighter jocks taking it easy in a rec room on a lazy Friday night in April. Squadron [...]

Thunderstruck: Carrier Fiction (Part IV) Ripped from the Headlines

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Standing On Top of the World: Code Yellow Part III

[...] . The plan was to get the squadron up high and then slowly circle downward in a patrol of the Persian Gulf . The visibility was clear enough to see bogeys from far away. High level satellite photos [...]

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