• With a new unit and F-35s, US Air Force 'aggressors' are trying to replicate the latest threat posed by China

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    F-35As and F-15s after a combat training mission to mark the 65th Aggressor Squadron and its reactivation, at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, June 9, 2022. US Air Force/Tech. Sgt. Alexandre Montes
    This month, the US Air Force reactivated the 65th Aggressor Squadron and unveiled its first F-35.
    The Air Force's aggressor squadrons mimic adversaries' tactics to provide training for US pilots.
    The squadron and the F-35s it will operate reflect US concerns about facing rivals' advanced jets.
    The US Air Force reactivated the 65th Aggressor Squadron and unveiled the first F-35 stealth fighter...
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