Personnel from 47 Squadron have trained with coalition partners in Alaska.
Four crews from RAF Brize Norton took part in Exercise Red Flag Alaska 2022 with a single C-130J Hercules aircraft deployed to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage.
From the base, the personnel have flown up to 11 hours each day, with the RAF engineers providing a near 100% serviceability rate.
As well as the RAF's Hercules, more than 70 aircraft took part in the exercise – which requires RAF crews to spend up to 12 hours planning each mission.
Wing Commander Sjoberg, Officer Commanding 47 Squadron, said the exercise "hammered home the lesson that fighting a modern air war is about teamwork and co-operation".
"47 Squadron are very privileged to participate in Exercise RED FLAG Alaska and we are grateful to the US Air Force for the world-class training they have provided," he said.
Sorties flown included supporting 15 Squadron RAF Regiment who, alongside Tactical Air Traffic Controllers, enabled operations on a remote gravel airstrip.
Resupplies of food, water and ammunition were also airdropped, with despatch crews from 47 Air Despatch Squadron Royal Logistics Corps, also based at RAF Brize Norton.