U.S.-based adversary air companies are beginning to return Dassault Mirage F1s to flight in preparation for their role as commercial-operated aggressor aircraft. Companies including Textron’s Airborne Tactical Advantage Company and Draken International bought up retired fleets of Mirage F1s from France and Spain in support of upcoming major contracts to support the U.S. Air Force’s adversary air program. In recent weeks a series of restoration programs has begun to return the ...

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