3 août 2022 | International, Aérospatial

With F-35 deal pending, Top Aces prepares for more advanced adversary training - Skies Mag

As the Canadian federal government negotiates with its U.S. counterpart for the sale of the F-35 to replace the RCAF CF-188 Hornet, Top Aces is preparing for how best to deliver aggressor air training for a fighter far more advanced than the Hornet.

https://skiesmag.com/news/f35-deal-pending-top-aces-prepares-more-advanced-adversary-training/

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