Top Aces Corp. has completed German Army Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) training support, the company said.
Top Aces TA-4J Skyhawks flew multiple sorties and completed all scheduled JTAC training events for German Army personnel on training ranges near Boise, Idaho.
Directed by controllers, Top Aces´ pilots flew close air support missions, simulating the delivery of munitions in close proximity to friendly forces. Training allowed the controllers to gain experience in directing and controlling simulated close air support and other offensive air operations with high-speed fighter aircraft.
Top Aces and its parent company Discovery Air Defence, have the world´s largest privately-held, operational fleet of contract air support aircraft. The training provided is tailored to support the operational readiness of both current and future generation fighter aircraft and warfighters.
Top Aces, a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Discovery Air Inc., provides contracted air combat training solutions for the US military and allies worldwide.