The OV-10 is undeniably the best JTAC training platform in the air. The OV-10 is designed for rugged, simple, Close Air Support. The versatility and reliability of Bronco along with the capability of long durations and a configuration of 8 bombs, 7 rockets, 2000 rounds, FLIR, and LINK-16, make the OV-10 ideal for JTAC training.



The A-90 Raider is an optimally designed aircraft used for Close Air Support (CAS) training, exclusively by Blue Air Training. The A-90 Raider is extremely effective as a JTAC training platform due its incredibly long endurance, upgraded communications, and the  ability to carry weapons systems for realistic training.



Currently on the Spirit of Signapore cargo ship, headed to Pensacola from Melbourne Harbour. With our new fleet of PC-9 aircraft, Blue Air Training will lead the way in providing the best and most cost-efficient training experience for our clients’ personnel to perform the difficult but essential mission of calling in Close Air Support on current and future battlefields.



The BAC-167 Strikemaster is a two-seat, single engine jet aircraft. The Strikemaster is an impressive airplane with four hard-points, a service ceiling of 40,000 feet, a maximum airspeed over 450 knots. Attached external fuel tanks provide a two-hour loiter time, while the FLIR 380HD Multi-Spectrum Sensor with SWIR LST sees your laser designation during LGB simulated deliveries.



Blue Air Training conducts live and dry CAS. We employ live BDU-33s, 7.62mm strafe, and live 2.75″ rockets from all aircraft. If a live range is not available, we can simulate weapons delivery with smoke generators.



The AH-6 Little Bird is a 4-blade, 4-seat light-attack helicopter primarily used by Special Operations Forces in the U.S. Army. The AH-6 carries a live, forward-firing 7.62mm mini-gun, and its pilots are current and qualified in Army CCA. It can carry up to two JTACs for airborne orientation during missions, just like in the fixed-wing aircraft, and can provide you with a true Combined Arms JAAT capability.