Talk:List of active Brazilian military aircraft

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OK, this is a very nice list, but.... What use is it really? It will never ever be up to date, and thus never accurate; figures given in Flight International are NEVER accurate anyway. Please consider adding the info to a List of Brazillian military aircraft, or similar, with dates of service, numbers acquired etc. This would be far more useful than a list that is impossible to keep up to date.Petebutt (talk) 06:00, 11 August 2011 (UTC)

Now it is tidied up a bit it is a very good start for that list I mentioned above, good luck.Petebutt (talk) 06:11, 11 August 2011 (UTC)
Further to the above , consider: 1 removing the country of origin (most people using the list will know it and those that don't just have to open the link to the aircraft,; 2. adding the Brazillian military designation, as this would be very useful for reference purposes; 3.adding dates of service:-
Aircraft Designation Mission Quantity Dates Notes
AMX International AMX A-1
A-1B
Ground attack
Trainer
52
8
1989 - To be withdrawn in 2025.

This sortable table will expand to fit the text and auto wrap when necessary.Petebutt (talk) 06:28, 11 August 2011 (UTC)

Sounds good, ill get onto it some time in the near future. Flightglobal inst always wrong and its figures are generally a close and realistic number - plus no source except official published figures are correct. Single sourcing the table for consistency and updating every year is the best we can offer this article at the moment. Trying to get an all-round picture of the fleet is more important than the exact number of aircraft to the number. Recon.Army (talk) 08:39, 15 August 2011 (UTC)

Embraer Tucano[edit]

Acording to "World Airliner Census 2011" all Tucano EMB-312 are for training purpose.