Airmen cut into barrels used as simulated light aircraft while conducting search and rescue training at Camp Fuji, Japan, Oct. 29, 2020. Exercise Keen Sword allows U.S. and Japanese troops to sharpen combat readiness and enhance long-range interception capabilities.
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