Contract opponent’s air training ‘inadequate’ for high-end flight
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The US Air Force has decided not to renew an ongoing contract with Draken International for adversary air training at Nellis AFB, Nevada, as it has determined that the contractor’s jets can no longer provide the effective training he needs. Since 2015, Draken has flown “enemy aircraft” for the high end…
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