dissimilar air combat training


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dissimilar air combat training (DACT)

Air combat between two different types of aircraft. The term is used for training missions in which an “adversary aircraft” has performance similar to that of the expected enemy aircraft.
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The Alpha Jets executed numerous Red Air missions, providing dissimilar air combat training for CF-18, F-22, F-35, and F-15 aircrews as part of Exercise COMBAT ARCHER, (DA DEFENCE)
To fly dissimilar air combat training was to invite disaster.
The MOKKITS system also supports exercises at temporary sites in Singapore (Commando Sling), Guam (Cope North); Thailand (Cope Tiger); as well as Large Force Exercises and Dissimilar Air Combat Training.