U.S. Marine Corps Details Adversary Air Needs

Credit: F-5: Peng Chen
LONDON—The introduction of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter into the U.S. Marine Corps inventory is driving a need for an additional adversary air training capability to keep its pilots’ air combat skills honed. The Marines currently use a squadron flying 12 Northrop F-5 Tigers based at Yuma, Arizona...

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