An army of fighter jets lined up on a runway preparing to launch is a startling sight.
The 354th Fighter Wing, which is based at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska and acts as the host wing, is no stranger to such public displays of might.
It deploys and launches all of its F-35A Lightning IIs and F-16 Fighting Falcons simultaneously from their arctic position.
It did this during a May readiness practice. Photos from a recent USAF military exercise highlight the amazing view.
Nonetheless, when comparing these two kinds of aircraft, the F-35 stands out as the clear winner when it comes to the overall number of units.
The 354th Fighter Wing of the United States Air Force is responsible for the upkeep of a sizable F-35 fleet. 54 of these enormous machines are piloted by pilots from this group;
The most current units were put into service at the beginning of this year. As the largest training range in the world,
Joint Pacific Alaskan Range Complex has a total size of 67,000 square miles (174,000 square kilometers). There is a chance for pilots to practice with them (JPARC).