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Air International 1985-05
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??? - Latin America's Largest Air Arm ... Emphasis placed on equipment "Brazilianization"
AT-26 Xavantes when in service with the 3°.EMRA. This unit was disbanded several years ago and its Xavantes reassigned to replace the Cessna T-37Cs.
F-103E (Mirage IIIE) interceptors of the 1°.GpDA which operate from BA Anapolis, some 50 miles (80 km) south-west of Brasilia
One of the half-dozen CH-33 (SA 330L) helicopters operated by the 3°./8°.GAv Esquadrao "Puma" which are operated from BA Campo dos Afonsos primarily for troop transport and support missions.
Embraer T-27 Tucano trainer in service with the Esquadrilha da Fumaga, the aerobatic demonstration team of the Forca Aerea Brasileira.
The T-27 Tucano basic trainer introduced into the syllabus of the Academia de Forca Aerea at Pirassununga last year, about 70 having now been delivered to the Forca Aerea.
A C-115 (DHC-5A Buffalo) of one of the three COMTA Esquadroes currently operating this type flying in formation with one of the Command's two KC-130H Hercules. Although now ageing, the C-115s are likely to remain in service "well into the 1990s”. The Forca Aerea would like to acquire a dozen more.
One of the VU-93s (HS.125s) included on the strength of the Grupo de Transporte Especial based at BA Brasilia, 10 of the British jet aircraft being in the inventory of the Grupo.
The C-95B (EMB-110P1K) utility transport, of which 31 were procured by the Forca Aerea, is one of a number of Bandeirante versions currently operated by the COMTA.
The R-95 reconnaissance version of the Bandeirante is operated by the 1°./6°.GAv at BA Recife alongside a trio of RC-130E Hercules as a component of the COMCOS.
P-95 (EMB-111) maritime surveillance aircraft of the principal COMCOS unit, the 7°.GAv which operates two Esquadroes from BA Recife and BA Florianopolis
An EMB-121E Xingu included in the inventory of the 6°.ETA based at BA Brasilia
Two of the F-5E Tiger IIs of the 1./1.GAvCa Esquadrao "Jambock", one of the three Esquadroes operating this type
An F-5E Tiger II of the 2./T.GAvCa Esquadrao “Pifpaf" which operates from BA Santa Cruz, south-west of Rio de Janeiro.
The F-5E Tiger II celebrates its tenth year of service with the 1°.GAvCa this year, and these are to undergo some upgrading and refurbishment to permit retention by the COMAT well into the 'nineties.
The F-5E Tiger II celebrates its tenth year of service with the 1°.GAvCa this year, and these are to undergo some upgrading and refurbishment to permit retention by the COMAT well into the 'nineties.
One of the U-7s ( Embraer-built Seneca IIs) acquired by the Forca Aerea for liaison and communications tasks
The L-42 Regente, of which the Forca Aerea procured 41 from the late 'sixties, is now primarily used by the 1°/13°.GAv at BA Santa Cruz.
The T-25 Universal, which underwent refurbishing and updating several years ago, is currently used for the first 75 hours of instruction at the Academia de Forca Aerea and is also operated at the Centro de Formacao de Pilotes Militares at BA Natal, more than 100 remaining in the inventory.
A C-115 (DHC-5A Buffalo) of one of the three COMTA Esquadroes currently operating this type flying in formation with one of the Command's two KC-130H Hercules. Although now ageing, the C-115s are likely to remain in service "well into the 1990s”. The Forca Aerea would like to acquire a dozen more.