Some enjoy the comfort of having computers, tons of displays, and fly-by-wire in their cockpits. Some take to the other extreme and fly WW2 prop fighters. We found the best of both worlds right in the middle:
When jet engines were reliable and fast enough to go beyond Mach 2, electronics were on the rise to introduce powerful radars and inertial navigation systems – but the pilot was still the master of the airplane.
In the airframes from the mid-late cold war era, where we find some of the most famous jet fighters ever flown, like the F-4E Phantom II and the F-14A Tomcat.
- F-5E Tiger II (will be replaced by F-4E Phantom II)
- F-14A Tomcat
- Pancake (CO)
- Wolfhound (XO)
- Marianas (Training)
- Syria map (Missions)
- Caucasus (Missions)
We train on Thursdays, 2030z (1930z during DST) every 2 weeks
Carrier ops training (F-14A) is conducted on Fridays 2030z (1930z during DST) every other week.
We are open for recruitment on all our airframes.