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ATAC private “Red Air” contractors to provide adversary training at Luke and Holloman Air Force Base | The Aviationist

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Airborne Tactical Advantage Company was granted two contracts worth up to $240 million to provide over 3,000 flight sorties per year for up to four and half years at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, and Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. The company provides “Red Air” aggressor aircraft during military exercises under the Combat Air Forces Contracted Air Support program. They have acquired 63 Mirage F1s retired from the French Air Force in 2017, which will be used to provide the required threat simulation during flight missions, which are expected to begin by this fall. ATAC stated that it will support B-Course training of the 54th and 56th Operations Groups.

Source: https://theaviationist.com/2020/07/28/atac-private-red-air-contractors-to-provide-adversary-training-at-luke-and-holloman-air-force-base/

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