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RED ALERT!

Although the US leads the field when it comes to Red Air aggressor units, a host of contractors and other air forces have seen the benefit of this training in what is a constantly evolving picture.

SAINTS AND SINNERS
The US Navy takes the air-to-air mission extremely seriosuly. It calls upon a range of adversary squadrons as well as contractor support to train its fleet units, as Andy Wilson describes.

DRAKEN EXPANDS
Contractor air services provider Draken International is building on its work at Nellis AFB, Nevada, as well as branching out in Europe.



STRIKING FROM THE SEA
US Navy aircraft carrier USS George H. W. Bush was thrust into the spotlight in June following the shoot down of a Syrian Su-22 by one of the carrier’s embarked Super Hornets. Ioannis Lekkas embarked the carrier just three days after the incident, as we report exclusively from the eastern Mediterranean

THE FIFTH SENSE
Jaryd Stock joins the Royal Australian Air Force as it trains for a fifth-generation future

TROJAN WARRIORS
Ioannis Lekkas visits the Hellenic Air Force Fighter Weapons School, designed to push the boundaries when it comes to Greek tactical aviation

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