TacAir Revives Jordan’s Tigers For ADAIR Contracts

Credit: James Drew/Aviation Week
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...

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