Top Aces provides advanced combat aircraft simulation and training for German military armed forces pilots

May 3, 2021
Top Aces uses the F-16A jet fighter, A-4 Skyhawk light-attack jet, the Alpha Jet trainer, and Bombardier Learjet 35A business jet for pilot training.

DORVAL, Quebec – The Bundeswehr German armed forces needed fast-speed adversary air training services for the nation's combat pilots. They found their solution from Top Aces Inc. in Dorval, Quebec.

Top Aces will provide advanced airborne training to the Bundeswehr starting on 1 Jan. 2022 at Wittmundhafen Air Base in Wittmund, Germany.

Top Aces specializes in air combat training by providing adversary air services, which the company provides to the German and Canadian armed forces. The company will add more than 20 employees to carry out air training in Germany, company officials say.

Top Aces uses the Lockheed Martin F-16A jet fighter, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk light-attack jet, the Dornier Alpha Jet light-attack aircraft and jet trainer, and the Bombardier Learjet 35A business jet to carry out combat pilot training.

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Top Aces is introducing advanced new capabilities for adversary air industry, including a proprietary Advanced Aggressor Mission System (AAMS) with active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar and infrared search-and-track (IRST) systems on a variety of aircraft.

The AAMS provides its host aircraft with simulation of advanced capabilities for modern-day opponents in air-to-air combat. The company is delivering AAMS missions to Germany and is demonstrating this capability to potential customers in North America and Europe.

Top Aces also provides joint terminal attack controller (JTAC) training. For more information contact Top Aces online at

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