FAB KC-390 Jet – to participate in military exercises in the United States using contact radar

FAB KC-390 Jet - to participate in military exercises in the United States using contact radar

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To participate in military exercises in the United States using the FAB KC-390 jet

The KC-390 Millennium Jet, the largest military aircraft manufactured in Brazil and operated by the Brazilian Air Force, will participate in an operational exercise for the first time. Exercise will have unprecedented action from 12 January to 5 February ending
, In Louisiana in the United States.

Details of the KC-390’s participation in the training were presented in operational readiness, last Thursday, 7, by soldiers from Zeiss Squadron (1GTT), in Wing 2 – Apolis Air Base, Goise.

As a result, the military was briefed about the mission schedule, logistics, crew configuration, flight safety, sanitary measures and international regulations.

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The operational leap for the Brazilian and American paratroopers is expected to take place from the KC-390. The training is a joint operation between the Brazilian Army and the United States Army. The practice’s action is among its objectives, preparing military and crew members for employment missions in aerial missions.

In one of the planned missions, the KC-390 will integrate a package flight, comprising 16 aircraft including nine C-17s and six C-130Js, and launch more than four thousand paratroopers in just one night.

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