Mirage F1

Private Mirage F1 “aggressor” crashes on landing at Tyndall AFB

A Mirage F1B operated by ATAC crashed at the end of the Tyndall airbase runway. The two pilots were injured....


Mirage F1 to begin training USAF pilots in Florida

A unit of Mirage F1 fighter jets owned by Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC), a subsidiary of Textron, arrived at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida....


ATAC’s Mirage F1 fleet to begin adversary training with USAF

Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) announced it received the last of six contracts awarded by the Pentagon for adversary air live training using its fleet of Mirage F1. Before the end of October 2020, the company will begin adversary air live training with pilots of the United States Air Force....


Draken Mirage F1 achieves maiden flight [Video]

Almost three months after its competitor ATAC, Draken International announced the maiden flight of one of its Mirage F1. The aircraft should soon serve in adversary air services for pilots of the United States Air Force....


U.S. Air Force awards $6.4 billion for private adversary training

The Pentagon announced that seven contractors would be awarded $6.4 billion in contracts to provide realistic training, known as adversary air services (ADAIR), to the US Air Force. The panel of companies will offer a diversified fleet of aircraft....


Private Mirage F1 makes maiden flight in the United States

Five years after its retirement from the French Armée de l’air, the Mirage F1 completed its maiden flight in the United States as part of a private fleet. 63 Dassault fighter jets were acquired by Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC), a subsidiary of Textron....


The American life of the Mirage F1

The Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) received the last of its 63 second-hand Mirage F1 from the French Armée de l’air on March 2, 2019....