A ballooning U.S. Air Force and Navy requirement for contractor-provided aggressor and close-air support aircraft for training is unlocking new opportunities for legacy combat aircraft fleets. Several companies—including Draken International, Tactical Air Support (TacAir), Textron Airborne Solutions (Airborne Tactical Advantage Co.) and Top Aces—have been scouring the globe for retired military aircraft that meet the services’ needs, with the most prized models being the ...


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