This Is NATO's Dream Team Of Fighters, And One "Bad Guy" That'll Try To Ruin Their Day

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The most advanced operational fighters of U.S., U.K., and French origin pose for the camera high over the Atlantic. The Raptors, Typhoons and Rafales, along with T-38 and F-15E aggressors and E-3 AWACS support, are taking part of the first international anti-access focused aerial exercise dubbed simply “Trilateral Exercise.”

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You can read all about this inaugural set of war games at the piece linked here, in the meantime, enjoy these awesome images:

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Illustration for article titled This Is NATOs Dream Team Of Fighters, And One Bad Guy Thatll Try To Ruin Their Day
Illustration for article titled This Is NATOs Dream Team Of Fighters, And One Bad Guy Thatll Try To Ruin Their Day
Illustration for article titled This Is NATOs Dream Team Of Fighters, And One Bad Guy Thatll Try To Ruin Their Day

Contact the author Tyler@Jalopnik.com

Photos via USAF

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BuffDrinklot

I’m not sure if it’s the perspective of the photo, but those Dassault planes are downright diminuitive compared to the F-22. Both of them look fantastic, but there’s a certain design quality to the French jets that’s hard to put a finger on.

And the F-5 never looks bad. Such a basic, clean, sleek design.