European Air Forces Explore Using Outside Operators For Aviator Training
As new military pilots begin their first training exercises, it is increasingly likely their aerial foes will be veterans flying commercially operated fighter aircraft. All across the U.S. and Canada, contractor-owned-and-operated demilitarized combat aircraft flown by so-called private air forces...
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