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  1. Clave

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    The Embraer Tucano is a training and COIN aircraft designed and developed in Brazil, and in use with many Air Forces around the world. The UK version (T1) used by the the RAF is built by Short Brothers and features a more powerful Garrett engine.

    The standard production model is the EMB-312 which is known as the T-27 in the Brazilian Air Force. The light attack version is the AT-27 and development led to the 'Super Tucano' EMB-314 which has two versions, single and twin-seat (A-29A A-29B)

    The AT-27 has 4 x wing pylons capable of carrying a total of 2,200 lb of rockets, bombs, or gun pods. The A-29A has 2 x 12.7mm wing guns and 5 x pylons with a capacity of 3,300 lb.

    Tucano T1 of No 3 Flying Training School 1990.

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    Tucano T1 of No 7 Flying Training School 1992.

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    Tucano T1 of the Central Flying School 2000.

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    Tucano T1 of No 1 Flying Training School 2003.

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    #3 Aaron Brooks Wolters, Jul 13, 2011
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    Excellent work Bill and interesting craft too!!:thumbright:
     
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    Had some time to work on these...

    Tucano EMB-312 of the Angolan Air Force 2008.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Argentine Air Force 1991.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Brazilian Air Force (Smoke Squadron) 1987.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Brazilian Air Force 2003.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Brazilian Air Force (Smoke Squadron) 2010.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Colombian Air Force 2006.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Egyptian Air Force 1987.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of D.V.05/312 French Air Force 1999.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of D.V.05/312 French Air Force 2004.

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    Tucano T1 of No 1 Flying Training School 2004.

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    Tucano T1 in BoB anniversary colours 2010.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Honduran Air Force 1995.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Iranian Air Force 1995.

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    Tucano T1 of the Kenyan Air Force 1990.

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    Tucano T1 of the Kuwait Air Force 1992.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Mauritania Air Force 2011.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Paraguay Air Force 1987.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Peruvian Air Force 1995.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Peruvian Air Force 2005.

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    Nice work - always liked the look of that bird.
     
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    Thanks!

    Here is the 'super' part:

    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Brazilian Air Force 2008.

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    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Chilean Air Force 2010.

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    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Colombian Air Force 2010.

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    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Dominican Republic Air Force 2010.

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    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Ecuador Air Force 2010.

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    Super Tucano EMB-314 of the Blackwater/USN Imminent Fury Project 2010.

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    Tucano EMB-312 of the Venezuelan Air Force 1992.

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    Thank you, I think I have done all I can now, so it's time to move on...
     
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