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Fuji KM-2 (none)

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

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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.

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Dornier/Dassault (none) Alpha Jet

-edit 10.16.2014 Justin: Dassault was manufacturing partner

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DeHavilland DH.93 Don

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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.

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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.

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Bücker Bü-181 Bestmann

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

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Ilyushin Il-28U Mascot

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BAe 100/T.1 Hawk

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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.

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North American T-6 Texan

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TAI (none) Hürkuş

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

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SOKO J-21 Jastreb

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Fuji T-3 (none)

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Moraine-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI Midget

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

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SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Crew trainer with an anhedral to the horizontal stabilizers.

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AIDC AT-3 Tzu Chung

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

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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.

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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.

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AISA I-115 Garrapata

-'i"-115

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SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

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Valmet L-90 Redigo

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NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

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

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Grob G115E/T.1 Tutor

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HAL HJT-36 Sitara

-New in 2017 with only six being airworthy.

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Mikoyan MiG-AT (none)

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SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Crew trainer with an anhedral to the horizontal stabilizers.

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Norman NDN-1 Firecracker

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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.

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Ryan PT-22 Recruit

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PZL I-22 Iryda

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Fiat G.91T (none)

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

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Morane Saulnier MS.472/474 Vanneau II/IV

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

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HT-2 (none)

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

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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.

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Moraine-Saulnier MS.760 Paris

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Temco T-35 Buckaroo

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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.

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Focke Wulf Fw.58 Weihe

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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.

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BAe 100/T.1 Hawk

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CAC/Commonwealth Aircraft Co. CA-6 Wackett Trainer

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

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PZL TS-11 Iskra

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FMA IA-63 Pampa

 

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HJT-16 Kiran

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI Midget

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

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Cessna T-37 Tweet

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

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Piaggio PD-808 (none)

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

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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.

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Temco TT-1 Pinto

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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.

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SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Two seat trainer

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AISA I-115 Garrapata

-"i" -115

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Fuji T-7 (none)

-Turboprop, and seating for two front to back.

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Fokker S-14 Mach Trainer

-According to Wikipedia only 21 were produced

 

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Canadair CL-41G Tebaun

-Malaysian air force trainer variant

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Miles M.14 Magister

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Aermacchi MB.326 (none)

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Ilyushin Il-28U Mascot

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Dassault/Dornier (none) Alpha Jet

-Large braces in the forward section of the cockpit

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Pilatus P-3 (none)

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

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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.

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Dornier/Dassault (none) Alpha Jet

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Norman NDN-1 Firecracker

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Fuji T-5 (none)

-Two abreast seating

-Turboprop

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PZL I-22 Iryda

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Cessna T-37 Tweet

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Valmet L-90 Redigo

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PZL TS-11 Iskra

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 Dassault 10/100MER Falcon

-French military pilot trainer

 

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Norman NDN1-T Turbo Firecracker

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PZL 130TC Turbo Orlik

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McDonnell-Douglas T-45 Goshawk

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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.

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Rockwell T-2 Buckeye

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Nord 3202 (none)

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I.Ae. 22 DL

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SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

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AIDC AT-3A Tzu-Chung

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Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

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

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SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

-Two seat trainer

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ENAER T-35 Pillán

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Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten/(none)

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Yakovlev UT-2 Mink

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

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Fairchild PT-19 (none)

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

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SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 (none)

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SOKO J-22 Orao

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NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

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

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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

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Aermacchi MB.339 (none)

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Fairchild PT-23 (none)

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

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Curtiss Wright CW-22/SNC-1 Falcon

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

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Aerospatiale (Fouga) CM.170 Magister

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Lockheed T2V Seastar

-Later was called the T-1

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Percival P.28/30/34 Proctor

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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.

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Fokker S.11 Instructor

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Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik.

-Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter Trainer model.

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Lancair/CIAC T-90 Calima

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

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Mitsubishi T2 (none)

-Two seat

-Tall rectangular intakes

-Broader tail than Jaguar

 

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Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6 Texan II

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Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik.

-Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter Trainer model.

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PZL TS-11 Iskra

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Miles M.14 Magister

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Valmet L-70 Vinka

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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

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PZL TS-8 Bies

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Folland (none) Gnat

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PZL 130TC Turbo Orlik

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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.

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Fleet 60 Fort

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

-101 Built

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Fairchild AT-21 Gunner

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Pilatus PC-9 (none)

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Dassault 10/100 MER Falcon

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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).

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Sukhoi Su-7U Moujik

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

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Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

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Fleet 16 Finch

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

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Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatross

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

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SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

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Fouga CM.170 Magister

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

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AISA I-115 Garrapata

-"i"-115

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IAR 99 Soim

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HT-2 (none)

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

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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.

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Shenyang JJ-6 (none)

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

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Bae T.1 Dominie

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KAI KT-1 Woongbi

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Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

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Percival P.40/T.1 Prentice

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Fairchild PT-23 (none)

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

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Fiat G.46 (none)

-May be seen with the German cross on the side

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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.

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Curtiss Wright CW-22/SNC-1 Falcon

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

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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

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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.

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Pilatus PC-21 (none)

-5-bladed prop

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

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NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

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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.

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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.

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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

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Kawasaki T-4 (none)

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Percival P.40/T.1 Prentice

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CAC/Commonwealth Aircraft Co. CA-6 Wackett Trainer

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

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Aermacchi MB-339 (none)

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Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

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

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ENAER T-35 Pillán

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Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin

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Temco TT-1 Pinto

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Bücker Bü-181 Bestmann

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

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KAI KT-1 Woongbi

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

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Fairchild PT-19 (none)

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Nord 3202 (none)

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

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Nord 3202 (none)

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Fokker S.11 Instructor

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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.

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Raytheon/Beechcraft T-6A Texan II

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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.

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SOKO J-22 Orao

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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.

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AIDC AT-3 Tzu Chung

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

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Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer

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Percival P.28 Proctor

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Ryan PT-22 Recruit

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SEPECAT T.2 Jaguar

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Aermacchi MB.339 (none)

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Fokker S-14 Machtrainer

-According to Wikipedia only 21 were produced

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SOKO J-21 Jastreb

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Rockwell T-2 Buckeye

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Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

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

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AISA I-115 Garrapata

-'i'-115

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Lockheed T2V Seastar

-Later was called the T-1

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Valmet L90 Redigo

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McDonnell-Douglas T-45 Goshawk

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SOKO J-22 Orao

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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.

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Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer

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Raytheon CT-156 Harvard II

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

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Northrop T-38 Talon

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North American BT-14 (none)

-Could also be seen as the BT-9

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Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatross

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Hindustan/HAL HPT-32 Deepak

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Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

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

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

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

-Fixed gear

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Kawasaki T-4 (none) 

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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

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

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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.

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SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

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SOKO G-2 Galeb

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Ryan PT-22 Recruit

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Fouga CM.175 Zephyr

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

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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.

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Pilatus PC-21 (none)

-5-bladed prop

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

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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.

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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

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Fiat G.46 (none)

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NAMC/PAC/Hongdu K-8 Karakorum

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

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Pilatus PC-9 (none)

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Morane Saulnier MS.475 Vanneau V

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

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UTVA UTVA-95 Lasta

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Fuji T-7 (none)

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

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PZL I-22 Iryda

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BAe CT-155 Hawk

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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

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HAL HJT-36 Sitara

-New in 2017 with only six being airworthy.

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Aero Vodochody L-29 Delfin

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BAe CT-155 Hawk

-Canadian designation for the BAe 100 Hawk

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FMA IA-63 Pampa

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Fuji T-3 (none)

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Pilatus P-3 (none)

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

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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.

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Fuji T-5 (none)

-Two abreast seating

-Turboprop

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DeHavilland DH.115 Vampire

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

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PZL Ts-11 Iskra

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Miles M.14 Magister

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North American BT-9/14 (none)

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Temco T-35 Buckaroo

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I.Ae. 22 DL

-Argentinian Trainer

-Just over 200 built

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Pilatus PC-9 (none)

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SIAI Marchetti S.211 (none)

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Mitsubishi T2 (none)

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

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SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

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Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

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

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DeHavilland DH.115 Vampire

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

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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.

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Stampe SV.4 (none)

-French military trainer

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HTT-40 (none)

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

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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.

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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.

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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

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SIAI-Marchetti S.211 (none)

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SOKO G-2 Galeb

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

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Focke Wulf/Piaggio FWP.149D (none)

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Fuji T-1 Hatsutaka

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Sukhoi Su-9U Maiden

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Sukhoi Su-9U Maiden

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Diamond Dart-450 none

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