A US Navy F-5N adversary of VFC-111 alongside a Kfir flown as a contracted support aircraft by the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC).
Andy Wilson

IT’S THE REQUIREMENT that everyone’s talking about — contracted aggressor services. Whether it’s for air-to-air bogeys, cost-effective Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) training or simulating anti-ship missiles for naval air defense controllers — this is big business. It’s also tailored business, able to be shifted around and configured as required by customers.

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