Both pilots involved in the incident, a Major and a Lieutenant Colonel, were serving with the squadron, part of the Idaho Air National Guard, and neither had conflict experience.
What does IANG stand for?
IANG stands for Idaho Air National Guard
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The inquest in Oxford heard a cockpit recording from one of the planes in which the pilots, a major and a lieutenant colonel from the Idaho Air National Guard, wrongly identified the convoy's "friendly" orange panels as enemy rocket launchers.
Both pilots involved in the incident, a Major and a Lieutenant Colonel, were serving with the 190th Fighter Squadron, based in Boise, Idaho, and part of the Idaho Air National Guard, and neither had conflict experience.
On several occasions the pilots, a Major and a Lieutenant Colonel of the 190th Fighter Squadron, the Idaho Air National Guard who had never been in action before, say they can see orange panels on top of the armoured vehicles, which were used to identify them as coalition, rather than Iraqi, forces.