Fighter aircraft are fixed-wing military aircraft designed primarily to secure control of essential airspace by destroying enemy aircraft in air-to-air combat. Domination of the airspace above a battlefield permits bombers and attack aircraft to engage in tactical and strategic bombing of enemy targets.
Many modern fighter aircrafts have secondary capabilities such as ground attack and some types, such as fighter-bombers, are designed from the outset for dual roles. Other fighter designs are highly specialized while still filling the main air superiority role, these include the interceptor, heavy fighter, and night fighter.
MTS International partners with leading fighter jet manufacturers, whose aircraft are capable of establishing an air superiority of the battlespace, not only by their firepower but also by their high speed and maneuverability.
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