Back from the dead: former RNZAF Skyhawk flies again

I’m a couple of weeks late in posting this, but private company Draken International earlier this month released a first image showing an ex-Royal New Zealand Air Force Douglas TA-4K Skyhawk flying in the USA in its new colours.

“The aircraft will be used by Draken to provide threat simulation, research and development and adversary support to various entities within the US military and defence industry,” the company says. It’s pictured here flying above two of the firm’s Alenia Aermacchi MB-339CBs, which were also acquired from the RNZAF’s former fast jet inventory.


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