FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nellis Air Force Base, NV (January 2, 2020) – Blue Air Training, the leader in Close Air Support (CAS) for the United States Air Force (USAF) has just successfully concluded it’s most recent JTAC contract close air support training task order with “Exceptionals” Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) ratings.
Blue Air is incredibly proud to continue to serve the JTACs of the 6th Combat Training Squadron, Nellis AFB, and Air Combat Command with LIVE and DRY Close Air Support Training. Additionally, Blue Air Training supported eight Air Liaison Officers (ALO) with flights during CAS scenarios in order to give them the airborne perspective of the battlefield. Finally, Blue Air’s Fighter and Attack Pilots conducted operations supporting the US Army National Training Center ’s rotational brigades to exercise Soldiers’ concealment efforts and threat reactions. Using non-US assets allowed Air Defense Artillery (ADA) gunners to assess their enemy identification and engagement with Avenger missile systems.
As the need for more contract air support training increases for the United States Air Force, Blue Air Training continues to expand its operations in Las Vegas and Pensacola and supports training exercises throughout the continental United States. “I am proud of our team’s ability to consistently deliver the highest level of realistic combat training scenarios allowing our forces to maintain exceptional levels of operational proficiency. As a fellow veteran, I take great pride in providing world class training to the next generation of warfighters.” – Vice President of West Coast Ops, Daniel “TULSA” Morrisey
About Blue Air Training
Blue Air Training provides the highest quality Close Air Support (CAS) training to our nation’s Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC) available — anywhere in the world. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Las Vegas with operations in Las Vegas and Pensacola, Blue Air Training ensures that every Operator is 100% combat ready and elevates the standard of the US Armed Forces.