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Here’s why the F-16N had been the finest adversary fighter ever flown by the U.S. Navy
From the U.S. Navy perspective, short of actually having a Fulcrum or Flanker, the F-16N was as close to a real dissimilar fighter as they could get. The F-16 has the distinction of being the only 4th generation adversary that has served with the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force (USAF)....
ATAC took delivery of all 63 refurbished Mirage F1s
ATAC Mirage F1 inventory represents the single largest common fleet of privately-owned ADAIR aircraft in the world. Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) has received all 63 refurbished Mirage F1s. As previously reported, the company had bought 63 ex-French Mirage F1 fighters for 21 million euros in 2017.
Remembering the EA-7L, the SLUF variant that played the role of adversary aircraft
The EA-7L was used to simulate Soviet aircraft, often carrying a variety of jamming and ECM pods Built by LTV Aerospace Corporation (the same company that produced the iconic F-8 Crusader), the A-7 Corsair II replaced the A-4 Skyhawk as Naval Aviation’s front line light attack aircraft. The A-7 performed its maiden flight in Sep. 1965 and resembled the F-8 Crusader especially in the...
Paramount Aerospace Systems had previously carried out the modernization of the Mirage F1M while still in Spanish Air Force military service The 22 ex-Spanish Air Force Mirage F1M aircraft bought by Draken International will be refurbished by Paramount Aerospace Systems, the company announced on Apr. 9. Paramount Aerospace Systems had previously carried out the modernization of the Mirage F1M while still...
To realistically carry out their duty U.S. Navy adversary pilots need the best aircraft to simulate the bandits during DACT sorties Replicating the real world threat that American fighter pilots can encounter in an air-to-air engagement is the primary task of U.S. Navy adversary pilots, hence to realistically carry out their duty, they need the best aircraft to simulate the...

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