Monday, January 14, 2019


This is coolbert:

ATAC does not live in a vacuum? Draken International a competitor? Private concerns apparently offering DACT [Dissimilar Aircraft Combat Training] to the air forces of various nations on a worldwide basis. Top Gun and Red Star world-wide?

"Check Out The Cockpit In Draken International's Private Mirage F-1M Aggressor Jets"

"Dozens of Mirage F-1s will soon be roaring through the skies over the United States."

Thanks to The Drive and the article by Tyler Rogoway

"Draken International, the adversary support contractor with the world's largest private tactical jet air force, is working hard to bring their fleet of 22 ex-Spanish Air Force Mirage F-1M fighters to life. They will serve as the backbone of the firm's so called 'fourth generation' fighter threat emulation capability, with features that primarily include a capable air-to-air radar and supersonic performance. Draken aims for the planes to fulfill the ever expanding demand for advanced private adversary support, both at home in the U.S. and abroad"

Image courtesy The Drive and José "Fuji" Ramos! Outstanding photography. Click on image to see an enlarged view. I can imagine that display beautiful at night. But you had as a pilot better know what you are doing! Impressive and I am impressed!

Read here further of ATAC. American private aviation company their mission DACT!

Devoted readers to the blog be aware that "private concerns" such ATAC or Draken have at their disposal a larger in number fly-able and combat ready warplanes beyond which might be found in the air forces of such  medium-sized military powers such as Great Britain, France, Germany!!


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