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1

Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HTT-40 (none)

-Currently under development in India as of 2016, no good pictures yet exist.

2

Yakovlev Yak-52 (none)

-Very comparable to the Nanchang CJ-6 (none). The Yakovlev Yak-52 (none) does not have the distinguishing gull wing bend that the Nanchang will always have.

3

Temco TT-1 Pinto

4

Rockwell T-2 Buckeye

5

North American BT-14 (none)

-Could also be seen as the BT-9

6

ENAER T-35 Pillán

7

FMA IA-63 Pampa

 

8

Temco T-35 Buckaroo

9

Moraine-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

10

Aermacchi M-346 Master

-Very similar to the Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten. The difference being in the horizontal stabilizer which has a smooth leading edge.

11

Aerospatiale (Fouga) CM.170 Magister

12

Fairchild PT-19 (none)

-Cornell is only used for the Royal Canadian Air Force designation.

13

Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin

14

Ryan PT-22 Recruit

15

Shenyang JJ-6 (none)

-Two-seat trainer version of the Shenyang J-6 itself a copy of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 Farmer.

16

Saab 105/Sk.60 (none)

-192 total aircraft produced int he early 60's. In a write-in situation always use 105 as Sk.60 is not all that common and is more specific to the Swedish Air Force only.

17

SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 (none)

18

Fuji T-5 (none)

-Two abreast seating

-Turboprop

19

Handley Page T.1 Jetstream

-Based on the HP.137, the red is indicative of the RAF training model. Blue would indicate the T.2 or T.3 model.

20

PZL TS-11 Iskra

21

Fuji T-3 (none)

22

PZL TS-11 Iskra

23

Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

24

Morane Saulnier MS.472/474 Vanneau II/IV

-Approximately 300 produced for the French Navy as a trainer.

25

Dassault/Dornier (none) Alpha Jet

-Large braces in the forward section of the cockpit

26

Focke Wulf/Piaggio FWP.149D (none)

27

Yakovlev UT-2 Mink

-For an aircraft that was produced over 7,000 times there are not many good photos of it

28

Rockwell T-2 Buckeye

29

Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik

-Two-seat training variant of the Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter, aircraft still retains the swept wing. Aircraft also has wing fences which the Fishpot variants all lack.

30

Pilatus PC-9 (none)

31

SOKO J-21 Jastreb

32

Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatross

33

Bücker Bü-181 Bestmann

-3,400 built as aerobatic training aircraft, used extensively by the Luftwaffe during World War II

34

Yakovlev Yak-52 (none)

-Very comparable to the Nanchang CJ-6 (none). The Yakovlev Yak-52 (none) does not have the distinguishing gull wing bend that the Nanchang will always have.

35

Raytheon CT-156 Harvard II

-edit Justin Therriault 04.07.2015: Changed designation to correct CT-156

36

Embraer EMB-312/AT-27 Tucano

-Was later developed into the Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano. The differences being in that the Tucano has three blades on the prop and will not have 2 braces in the cockpit as the Super Tucano does.

37

Fairchild PT-23 (none)

-Radial engine variant of the Fairchild PT-19 (none)

38


 

 Dassault 10/100MER Falcon

-French military pilot trainer

 

39

PZL I-22 Iryda

40

Cessna T-37 Tweet

-Will never have tip tanks like its ground attack variant the A-37 Dragonfly.

41

SOKO J-22 Orao

42

Dornier/Dassault (none) Alpha Jet

43

HAL HJT-36 Sitara

-New in 2017 with only six being airworthy.

44

CASA C-101 Aviojet

-May also be seen as the CASA E.25 Mirlo in Spanish Air Force Colors, or the ENAER A.36 Hálcon in Chilean Air Force colors

45

Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten/(none)

46

CAC/Commonwealth Aircraft Co. CA-6 Wackett Trainer

-200 aircraft were built and used during WWII by the Australians for training

47

Dornier/Dassault (none) Alpha Jet

-edit 10.16.2014 Justin: Dassault was manufacturing partner

48

Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

-Could also be seen as the Aerospatiale MB.175 Zephyr.

49

Ryan PT-22 Recruit

50

North American BT-9/14 (none)

51

SOKO J-21 Jastreb

52

Fairchild PT-19 (none)

53

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Two seat trainer

54

Nord 3202 (none)

-Built in order to replace the Stampe SV.4 Altogether

55

AIDC AT-3 Tzu Chung

-Taiwanese jet trainer used in both a training role and a smaller attack role.

56

Boulton Paul P.108/T-21 Sea Balliol

-Very similar to the Avro 701 Athena, and its younger T.2 Balliol. The difference being the square tail from the 701 and the folding wings with Royal Navy markings.

57

Boulton Paul P.108 Balliol

-Very similar to the Avro 701 Athena and its older brother the Boulton Paul T-21 Sea Balliol. The difference being the square tail when compared to the 701 and the lack of Royal Navy markings.

-196 built in total

58

Fiat G.46 (none)

-May be seen with the German cross on the side

59

McDonnell-Douglas T-45 Goshawk

60

Fuji T-7 (none)

-Turboprop, and seating for two front to back.

61

Percival P.28 Proctor

62

AISA I-115 Garrapata

-"i"-115

63

Moraine Saulnier MS.733 Alcyon

-Approximately 200 built. The landing gear fold up into the wings away from the center fuselage. Air intake place directly above the cowling.

64

KAI KT-1 Woongbi

65

Ilyushin Il-28U Mascot

66

SOKO J-22 Orao

67

SOKO G-2 Galeb

68

Norman NDN-1 Firecracker

69

Aermacchi MB.339 (none)

70

KAI KT-1 Woongbi

-The armed attack trainer variant pictured on the 'Q' sid ecould be seen as KA-1.

71

Lockheed T2V Seastar

-Later was called the T-1

72

Saab 105/Sk.60 (none)

-192 total aircraft produced int he early 60's. In a write-in situation always use 105 as Sk.60 is not all that common and is more specific to the Swedish Air Force only.

73

SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

74

Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

-Has a closed cockpit instead of an open cockpit that is seen on the PT-19 Cornell

75

Fuji T-7 (none)

-Turboprop as evident by the large exhausts on either side of the cowling.

76

CASA C-101 Aviojet

-May also be seen as the CASA E.25 Mirlo in Spanish Air Force Colors, or the ENAER A.36 Hálcon in Chilean Air Force colors

77

Miles M.14 Magister

78

North American BT-9/BT-14/NJ-1 (none)

79

Lancair/CIAC T-90 Calima

-Used by the Columbian Air Force in a trainer role.

80

Grob G115E/T.1 Tutor

81

Sukhoi Su-9U Maiden

82

Nord 3202 (none)

83

Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

84

Nanchang CJ-6 (none)

-Wing has a very slight gull wing shape to it which the Yakovlev Yak-52 (none) lacks.

-Despite numerous paint jobs indicating the aircraft to be Russian, therefore a Yakovlev, you must learn to differentiate this aircraft completely by the wing shape.

85

Pilatus P-3 (none)

-79 built. Large singular ventral fin under the rear section of the fuselage. Operated by Brazil and Switzerland.

86

Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik.

-Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter Trainer model.

87

Canadair CT-114 Tutor

88

PZL 130TC Turbo Orlik

89

BAe 100/T.1 Hawk

90

Focke Wulf Fw.58 Weihe

91

Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin

92

Nardi FN.305 (none)

-Fighter-Trainer mainly used by the Regia Aeronautica in WW2

-Had a variant, the FN.315, which basically looks like it just has a few more windows

93

FMA IA-63 Pampa

94

Cessna T-37 Tweet

-The ground attack variant of this aircraft is known as the A-37 Dragonfly.

95

Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HT-2 (none)

-Tough pairing with the DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

96

Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6 Texan II

97

Fairchild AT-21 Gunner

98

NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

-Commonly seen with one pylon under each wing, although seen on the Q slide they may be removed

99

Aermacchi MB-339 (none)

100

SEPECAT T.2 Jaguar

101

Embraer EMB-312/AT-27 Tucano

-Was later developed into the Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano. The differences being in that the Tucano has three blades on the prop and will not have 2 braces in the cockpit as the Super Tucano does.

102

TAI (none) Hürkuş

-Hürkuş stands for "Free Bird" which should not appear on a test.

103

Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HJT-16 Kiran

104

PZL I-22 Iryda

105

Fokker S-14 Machtrainer

-According to Wikipedia only 21 were produced

106

Norman NDN1-T Turbo Firecracker

107

Nanchang CJ-6 (none)

-Wing has a very slight gull wing shape to it which the Yakovlev Yak-52 (none) lacks.

-Despite numerous paint jobs indicating the aircraft to be Russian, therefore a Yakovlev, you must learn to differentiate this aircraft completely by the wing shape.

108

Pilatus P-3 (none)

-79 built. Large singular ventral fin under the rear section of the fuselage. Operated by Brazil and Switzerland.

109

Dornier/Dassault (none) Alpha Jet

-2 engines, has a later 'A' brace on each side of the cockpit, and has two visible braces in the most forward piece of glass.

110

Fokker S-14 Mach Trainer

-According to Wikipedia only 21 were produced

 

111

Aermacchi MB.339 (none)

112

Lockheed T2V Seastar

-Later was called the T-1

113

SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

114

ENAER T-35 Pillán

115

Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

-Could also be seen as the Aerospatiale MB.175 Zephyr.

116

Saab 105/Sk.60 (none)

-192 total aircraft produced in the early 60's. In a write-in situation always use 105 as Sk.60 is not all that common and is more specific to the Swedish Air Force only.

117

Pilatus PC-21 (none)

-5-bladed prop

-Note differences in tail compared to tail on the PC-9

118

Bücker Bü-181 Bestmann

-3,400 built, used extensively by the Luftwaffe for training during World War II

119

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Crew trainer with an anhedral to the horizontal stabilizers.

120

Canadair CT-114 Tutor

121

Boeing T-X none

122

North American T-6/Sk.14 Texan

-Several sold to Sweden, you never know that designation could show up on test at some point. In a write in situation I would need some doing to overcome just putting down T-6.

123

Boeing T-X none

124

Embraer EMB-314/A-29 Super Tucano

-Development of the Embraer EMB-312 Tucano, the differences being in the number of blades on the prop, EMB-314 has 5, and the number of braces in the cockpit, the EMB-314 will always have 2.

125

Valmet L-90 Redigo

126

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Two seat trainer

127

Noordyun AT-16 Harvard IIB

-This is indeed a thing, 1,500 produced by Canada, difference compared to the T-6 is nearly impossible.

-Engine is different from a T-6, how you could ever tell I do not know

128

IAR 99 Soim

129

Percival P.28/30/34 Proctor

130

Fokker S.11 Instructor

131

Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

-If the aircraft has a turboprop instead of piston engine the name changes to Turbo Mentor.

132

Percival P.40/T.1 Prentice

133

UTVA 95/95V-54 Lasta

-Thirty aircraft built serving with the Iraqi and the Serbian armed forces. The Serbian designation is the 95V-54. 

-Note also that this aircraft is piston powered not a turbine. Q slide photo seen on Justin Therriault's Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Rec Test

134

Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HT-2 (none)

-Tough pairing with the DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

135

SOKO J-22 Orao

136

Fuji KM-2 (none)

-50 Produced, later developed in the Fuji T-3.

137

IAR 99 Soim

-Crew Trainer and light attack aircraft. The horizontal stabilizers do not have any dihedral/anhedral at all in comparison to the SOKO G-4 Super Galeb.

138

Dassault 10/100 MER Falcon

139

Bae T.1 Dominie

140

I.Ae. 22 DL

141

Piaggio PD-808 (none)

-Pilot side window all seem to have the small circular spitter window

142

Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer

143

Aermacchi MB.326 (none)

144

Shorts T.1 Tucano

-Primary trainer for the RAF, although some models were exported to Kuwait and Kenya.

-Exhaust exit out of the bottom of the aircraft. One single large brace in the canopy.

145

Norman NDN-1 Firecracker

146

Hindustan/HAL HPT-32 Deepak

147

Moraine Saulnier MS.733 Alcyon

-Approximately 200 built. The landing gear fold up into the wings away from the center fuselage. Air intake place directly above the cowling.

148

Vultee BT-13 Valiant

-Also known in the Navy as the SNV-1 or SNV-2. Could also be seen as the BT-15 as that aircraft has a slightly different engine.

149

Valmet L90 Redigo

150

Folland (none) Gnat

151

DeHavilland DH.115 Vampire

-Two seat trainer variant of the DH.100 Vampire. The number designation is the only written difference.

152

AISA I-115 Garrapata

-'i"-115

153

AIDC AT-3A Tzu-Chung

154

Sukhoi Su-9U Maiden

155

Fuji T-3 (none)

156

Handley Page T.2 Jetstream

-Based on the HP.137 Jetstream the blue is indicative of the T.2 trainer model whereas the red would indicate the T.1 model used by the RAF for training.

157

Canadair CL-41G Tebaun

-Malaysian air force trainer variant

158

Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6A Texan II

159

Ilyushin Il-28U Mascot

160

BAe 100/T.1 Hawk

161

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Crew trainer with an anhedral to the horizontal stabilizers.

162

BAe CT-155 Hawk

-Canadian designation for the BAe 100 Hawk

163

Percival P.40/T.1 Prentice

164

CAC/Commonwealth Aircraft Co. CA-6 Wackett Trainer

-200 aircraft were built and used during WWII by the Australians for training

165

NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

-Recognizeable lone pylon under each wing with the square intakes above the wing

166

Curtiss Wright CW-22/SNC-1 Falcon

-Basic trainer operated by the US Navy. Landing gear clamshell pods under the wing.

167

Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik

-Two-seat training variant of the Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter, aircraft still retains the swept wing.

168

Saab 105/Sk.60 (none)

-192 total aircraft produced in the early 60's. In a write-in situation always use 105 as Sk.60 is not all that common and is more specific to the Swedish Air Force only.

169

DeHavilland DH.93 Don

170

NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

-Commonly seen with one pylon under each wing, although in rare instances they may be removed

171

SOKO G-2 Galeb

-Two seat trainer, does not have the same wing or horizontal stabilizers that the SOKO G-4 Super Galeb has.

172

McDonnell-Douglas T-45 Goshawk

173

Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer

174

BAe CT-155 Hawk

175

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI Midget

-Two-seat training model of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot.

176

SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

177

Aermacchi/Alenia M-346 Master

-Could also be seen as the T-346A Master.

-Lacks the distinctive notch in the horizontal stabilizer, along with hard points that the Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten has.

178

SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

179

HAL HJT-36 Sitara

-New in 2017 with only six being airworthy.

180

Chengdu JJ-5 Jianjiji Jiaolianji

-Based off of the Shenyang J-5 Jianjiji, Chengdu are the manufacturers for this two-seat training variant based off the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17 Fresco.

181

Miles M.14 Magister

182

AIDC T-CH-1 Chung Hsing

-Taiwanese military trainer that is basically a North American T-28 Trojan with a turboprop on the front. The exhaust pipe is right at the leading edge of the wing at the wing root.

183

PZL I-22 Iryda

184

AIDC AT-3 Tzu Chung

-Taiwanese jet trainer used in both a training role and a smaller attack role.​

185

UTVA 95/95V-54 Lasta

-Thirty aircraft built serving with the Iraqi and the Serbian armes forces. The Serbian designation is the 95V-54. 

-Note also that this aircraft is piston powered not a turbine.

186

North American T-6 Texan

187

Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatross

-'Q' side picture is painted in an enthusiast livery.

188

Raytheon CT-156 Harvard II

-Canadian designation for the Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6A Texan II

-edit 8/10/15, Glenn, changed designation to CT-156

189

Nord 3202 (none)

190

SIAI Marchetti SF.260TP (none)

-Used by a variety of militaries in the training/patrol role.

-Turboprop variant of the SIAI Marchetti SF.260 (none).

191

SIAI Marchetti S.211 (none)

192

NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

193

Morane Saulnier MS.475 Vanneau V

-An improved variant of the MS.474 Vanneau IV. 201 built

194

PZL TS-8 Bies

195

Valmet L-70 Vinka

196

Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

197

North American BT-9/BT-14/NJ-1 (none)

-Civilian variant is known as the North American NA-64 Yale

-Fixed gear

198

Temco TT-1 Pinto

199

UTVA UTVA-95 Lasta

200

Miles M.14 Magister

201

Boulton Paul P.108/T-21 Sea Balliol

-Very similar to the Avro 701 Athena, and its younger T.2 Balliol. The difference being the square tail from the 701 and the folding wings with Royal Navy markings.

-30 built in total

202

Fuji T-5 (none)

-Two abreast seating

-Turboprop

203

Ryan PT-22 Recruit

204

PZL 130TC Turbo Orlik

205

Valmet L-90 Redigo

206

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

207

Northrop T-38 Talon

208

Fouga CM.170 Magister

-Red Devils flight team of the Belgian Air Force (Diables Rouges), before transitioning to the SIAI Marchetti SF.260 (none).

209

Vultee BT-13 Valiant

-Also known in the Navy as the SNV-1 or SNV-2. Could also be seen as the BT-15 as that aircraft has a slightly different engine.

210

Fleet 60 Fort

-The only aircraft designed by Canada during the entirety of the second world war

-101 Built

211

Fiat G.91T (none)

-Two-seat training variant of the Fiat G.91R (none).

212

SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

213

Pilatus PC-9 (none)

214

Moraine-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

215

Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan

-Used during WW2 by the USAAF as a bombardier trainer and as a gunnery trainer. This is evident by the large sight position in the nose of the aircraft.

216

DeHavilland DH.115 Vampire

-Two seat trainer variant of the DH.100 Vampire. The number designation is the only written difference.

217

PZL TS-11 Iskra

218

Fleet 16 Finch

-Aircraft on the right is a DeHavilland DH.82 Tigermoth

219

AISA I-115 Garrapata

-"i" -115

220

Curtiss Wright CW-22/SNC-1 Falcon

-Basic trainer operated by the US Navy. Landing gear clamshell pods under the wing.

221

Chengdu JJ-5 Jianjiji Jiaolianji

-Based off of the Shenyang J-5 Jianjiji, Chengdu are the manufacturers for this two-seat training variant based off the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17 Fresco.

222

I.Ae. 22 DL

-Argentinian Trainer

-Just over 200 built

223

Shorts T.1 Tucano

-Primary trainer for the RAF, although some models were exported to Kuwait and Kenya.

-Exhaust exit out of the bottom of the aircraft. One single large brace in the canopy.

224

Fiat G.46 (none)

225

Fairchild PT-23 (none)

-Radial engine variant of the Fairchild PT-19 (none)

226

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI Midget

-Two-seat training model of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot.

227

Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan

-Used during WW2 by the USAAF as a bombardier trainer and as a gunnery trainer. This is evident by the large sight position in the nose of the aircraft.

228

Diamond Dart-450 none

229

Temco T-35 Buckaroo

230

PZL Ts-11 Iskra

231

Pilatus PC-21 (none)

-5-bladed prop

-Note differences in tail compared to tail on the PC-9

232

Vultee BT-13 Valiant

-Also known in the Navy as the SNV-1 or SNV-2. Could also be seen as the BT-15 as that aircraft has a slightly different engine.

233

Mitsubishi T2 (none)

-The single seat variant is the Mitsubishi F1 (none).

234

Fuji T-1 Hatsutaka

235

Pilatus PC-9 (none)

236

Stampe SV.4 (none)

-French military trainer

237

Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

-Cockpit windows differ slightly when compared to the CM.170 Magister

238

AIDC T-CH-1 Chung Hsing

-Taiwanese military trainer that is basically a North American T-28 Trojan with a turboprop on the front. The exhaust pipe is right at the leading edge of the wing at the wing root.

239

Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik.

-Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter Trainer model.

240

AISA I-115 Garrapata

-'i'-115

241

Aermacchi M-346 Master

-Very similiar to the Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten. The difference being in the horizontal stabilizer which has a smooth leading edge.

242

Fokker S.11 Instructor

243

Mitsubishi T2 (none)

-Two seat

-Tall rectangular intakes

-Broader tail than Jaguar

 

244

Mikoyan MiG-AT (none)

245

Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

-Has a closed cockpit instead of an open cockpit that is seen on the PT-19 Cornell

246

Kawasaki T-4 (none)