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Different kinds of light and heavy, smart, guided bombs and rockets, optimized communication and telecommunication systems, indigenized combat equipment produced by the self-sufficiency Jihad units of the Armed Forces and new air combat tactics were put to test during the massive wargames," Spokesman of the drills Brigadier General Hossein Chitforoush said.
3) This article adds some new discoveries to this story, particularly the successes that Air Defense Command (ADC) had with dissimilar air combat tactics (DACT) training starting in 1966.
Northern Command, as they discuss air combat tactics, keeping cool under fire and, specifically, the famed Mosquito aircraft featured in 633 Squadron.
The goal is to reinforce basic fighter maneuvers, air combat tactics and defensive and offensive skills.
Allied Fighter Aces of World War II: The Air Combat Tactics and Techniques of World War II by Mike Spick.
The VIDS is an affordable, cost-effective visual system solution with full mission capability, including air combat maneuvering, target detection, and advanced air combat tactics.
These experienced air combat tacticians are masters in the art of air combat tactics training.
Keith Ferris, world renowned aviation artist, captivated the audience with a tale of his growing up the son of an early Air Force aviator, words about some of his paintings, and a lesson in WW II air combat tactics over Germany.