With the aid of a fleet of 29 former Israeli Air Force General Dynamics F-16A aircraft

The US Air Force fighter pilots are scheduled to undertake advanced opponent air training.

On September 12, 2022, Top Aces, a Canadian provider of air combat training

US Air Force (USAF) to train fighter pilots as part of the USAF Combat Air Force Contracted Air Support programme.

The F-16 Fighter fleet is being flown by Top Aces, the first commercial company in the world

The business is the exclusive private supplier of supersonic F-16-based contract air training for the USAF.

Pilots at Eglin Air Force Base (Eglin AFB) in Florida and Luke Air Force Base (Luke AFB) in Arizona

Will receive advanced adversary air training from Top Aces as part of the most recent five-year, $175 million contract.