n.— «They call it “rat-racing”—high G-turns that crunch the pilots down in their seats, blasts of afterburner acceleration, simulated missile firings, electronic games of tag staged in the skies five miles up over South Korea.» —“American ‘Rat Racers’ Train Hard to Defend South Korea” by John Saar Washington Post June 10, 1977. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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