USAF Considers Contracted Adversary Aircraft

The U.S. Air Force is getting smaller, but the need for support in both combat and training is still high. The Air Force can save money by using private contractors like Draken International to provide adversary support aircraft while maintaining training standards at Nellis AFB, Nevada.

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