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Mi-24 Hind helicopter gunship

Fort Bliss, Texas, USA, 18 June 2000 — A Soviet made MI-24 Hind helicopter gunship flown by U.S. Army Test and Evaluation (ATEC) Command Threat Support Activity pilots, Biggs Army Airfield, Fort Bliss, Texas, attacks Air Defense Artillery (ADA) units during Roving Sands 2000 on June 18, 2000. Stretching across the United States, incorporating all four Services and their National Guard and Reserve components, and with ever growing multi-national participation the total force exercise Roving Sands is the world's largest joint theater air and missile defense exercise.

U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sgt. Jim Varhegyi

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