The following video brings you aboard a Spanish Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon of the Ala 14 (14th Wing), from Albacete (home of the Tactical Leadership Programme).
Cockpit cameras give a clear idea of what flying in formation above the clouds or at low altitude as well as performing aerobatics and dogfighting with another EF-2000 look like from a pilot’s point of view.
Note how close the aircraft are during an head-on engagement at 01.42.
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