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USAF releases RFP for Red Air support
The aircraft that will be used must be able to fly Mach 1.5, track "blue" aircraft BVR, employ captive air training missiles, video record an engagement, and carry electronic attack pods The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has issued its request for proposal (RFP) for contracted adversary air support on Aug. 24, 2018. The successful bidder will have to provide 30,000 annual...
How four Cold War Era Hunter strike-fighter jets can be a credible threat for the latest USMC fifth-generation fighter remains weird As reported by Lance Cpl. Ashley Phillips in the article ATAC touches down in Fightertown, trains with Warlords, on Apr. 13, 2017 the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) visited Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort to train with Marine Fighter Attack Training...
Kadena F-15 that crashed last year was dogfighting with an F-22
"We flew 4 F-15s and 4 F-22s against 14 "red air" fighters: Blue Air killed 41 enemy aircraft and lost just one. While pretty phenomenal, perfection is our goal so the debrief focused on how we could have had a 41-0 ratio," Col. William Bladen, 104th FW Over 250 Airmen and 9 F-15 Eagles from the 104th Fighter Wing (FW),...
At any given time, Blue Force may have up to 60 aircraft fighting to take on Red Force aggressors that come in waves of 8-16 aircraft at a time In the following article titled Red Flag proves ‘intense’ for F-35A pilots and written by Kari Tilton, 419th Fighter Wing Public Affairs you can find some more details about F-35A's participation...
“We can go faster than any blue force is ever trained, up into almost Mach 2.0 to show them what its like if the enemy were to do that, which is one of their tactics” Uttered proudly in unison after a briefing before an air-to-air fight, “Have at you!” inspired by the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,”...

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