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US Air Force Private Adversary Fleet

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This is what the US Air Forces private adversary fleet is made up of, this does not include the Air Forces active adversary fleet.


Sizing Up The U.S. Air Force’s Adversary Aircraft Fleet
Nov 20, 2019Aviation Week & Space Technology

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The U.S. Air Force has awarded contracts to seven companies that will provide advanced adversary and close air support threat services. The contracts—worth up to $6.4 billion over the next five years—have gone to Air USA Inc., Airborne Tactical Advantage Co., Blue Air Training, Coastal Defense, Draken International, Tactical Air Supportand Top Aces Corp. Here is a look at the private fleets of aircraft from around the world that these companies will use to help alleviate the U.S. Air Force’s pilot shortage.
Data compiled by Daniel Urchick and Matt Jouppi/Aviation Week Intelligence Network

Credit (clockwise): Aero Vodochody, Air USA Inc., Air USA Inc., Lestocq/Wikimedia



Credit (clockwise): Tactical Air Support Inc., Rob Schleiffert/Wikimedia, Cirrus Aircraft, Aero Vodochody



Credit (clockwise): Lestocq/Wikimedia, Blue Air Training, BAE Systems



Credit (clockwise): Rob Schleiffert/Wikimedia, Draken International, Draken International, French Air Force, Italian Air Force



Credit (clockwise): ATAC, Nigel Howarth/AW&ST, Rob Schleiffert/Wikimedia, ATAC, Top Aces



Credit (clockwise): Gerard Van Der Schaaf, Cessna, Lestocq/Wikimedia, Aero Vodochody, Jerry Gunner/Wikimedia, Rob Hodgkins, Joceuer120/Wikimedia
 

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