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CA compares the AT-6 with the Super Tucano


In the February issue of Combat Aircraft - now on sale - we compare the light attack Beechcraft AT-6 Wolverine and the Embraer S-29 Super Tucano.

Though Embraer claims that its A-29 Super Tucano is the most successful turboprop light attack and advanced training aircraft currently on the market, it faces strong competition from the Wolverine.

The AT-6 was originally dubbed Coyote (at least internally), but it is now known as the Wolverine or sometimes as the AT-6 Light Attack. The aircraft is a purpose-built derivative of the T-6 advanced trainer that has been fully optimized for light attack and armed reconnaissance.

Beechcraft T-6C/AT-6 (Long Version) from 3DF on Vimeo.

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