During training exercises near Ft. Drum, N.Y., pilots and crews flew about 50 feet above the ground to evade radar and minimize air defense threats.

During training exercises near Ft. Drum, N.Y., pilots and crews flew about 50 feet above the ground to evade radar and minimize air defense threats.

During training exercises near Ft. Drum, N.Y., pilots and crews flew about 50 feet above the ground to evade radar and minimize air defense threats.

10th Combat Aviation Brigade pilots executed tactical flight operations during the Falcon’s Peak exercise. The training ensures that pilots and crews can operate at low altitudes, around 50 feet above the ground, in order to evade radar and minimize air defense threats. (U.S. Army Photo)