A fleet of privately-owned fighter jets will provide aggressor training to the Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornets

A private defense contractor will deliver adversary support services to the Royal Canadian Air Force.

The Royal Canadian Air Force is looking for a company to provide adversary support services to its CF-18 Hornet pilots: called Contracted Airborne Training Services (CATS), the program will run over an initial 10-year period, followed by an optional five years. As explained by DefenseNews.com, CATS program will supply a fleet of aircraft not only to play the "aggressor" role during Dissimilar Air ...

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