A Greek pilot of a Mirage fighter jet drove the world's best pilots crazy at the ATLC (Advanced Tactical Leadership Course) in the United Arab Emirates.
Two hundred and fifty pilots, from the best of the world's air forces, were at the Al Dhafra Air Base and were conducting exercises, testing their skills in every type of air combat.
However, the show was stolen by Greek pilots of the Mirage 2000-5, particularly a 28-year-old female pilot who made her male counterparts jealous with her skill, reported Geostragika.
The Greek Armed Forces therefore completed their participation, with excellence, in all the exercises, proving that the Greek Mirage 2000-5, for now, remains the "super plane" of the Air Force.
At the same time, 332 Squadron is preparing to receive four more Rafales, which are expected to land at Tanagra in early 2023.