At Maple Flag 2005, the CF-18 ACMI supported more than 3,700 sorties over the vast, unrestricted airspace at the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
What does CLAWR stand for?
CLAWR stands for Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (Canadian Forces base; Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada)
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6 million contract to expand mobile air combat training capabilities for Canada's "Maple Flag" exercises -- among the world's largest multinational, joint air combat training exercises held annually at the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.
Combat pilots from 11 countries are learning to fight in a NATO team environment at Maple Flag 2002, which runs through June 21 at the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.