Watch Fighter Jets From Nations Around The Globe Take Part In The U.S.-Led Advanced Tactical Leadership CourseU.S. Air Warfare Center Egyptian Air Force
The U.S. Air Force warfare capacity is something that is simply extraordinary. It’s one thing to fly an aircraft and be proficient at it, but it’s another to know how to integrate the different aerial warfare elements into a mission in order to exploit its advantages and guard its vulnerabilities. That’s what the art of warfare is all about, and there is no doubt the U.S. Air Force is one of the best at it.
Because of that, fighter jets from Egypt, Morocco, Australia, and France, among other nations, participate in courses like the Advanced Tactical Leadership Course which is hosted twice a year by the U.S. Air Warfare Center in the United Arab Emirates. The course aims to qualify students as air warfare mission commanders and teach them how to operate with another nation’s aircraft. If you want to learn to use aerial elements during a fight, there’s nowhere better to learn.