Between 21 and 25 June exercise Furious Wolf 21-2 saw AEC Skyline supporting Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) Close Air Support (CAS) training at Brigadier General Kazys Veverskis training area in Kazlų Rūda, Lithuania.
Operating out of Kaunas airport, our Learjet 36A platform flew a series of sorties, complementing efforts by Spanish Air Force Eurofighters currently stationed at Lithuania's Šiauliai air base for NATO's Baltic Air Policing mission.
Equipped with a L3Harris Wescam MX-10 EO/IR sensor, Vortex five band duplex datalink (UHF/L/S/C/Ku band), AEC Skyline's Learjet and its crew served a wide training audience that included Dutch and Norwegian JTACs from the German led multinational enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Lithuania.
Furious Wolf training objectives included the overall development of CAS skills as well as JTAC currency training.
AEC Skyline provides fast air, ISR support and critical data solutions to a wide range of clients including the Netherlands and coalition armed forces, the defence and aerospace industry, as well as to a number of renowned research institutes.
Operating out of Groningen Airport Eelde and Breda International Airport, the company offers close air support, EW, “red air” training, target towing and remote sensing together with IT networking, systems integration solutions and consultancy services.