The Ejército Argentino (Argentine Army) has retired its five remaining Cessna Turbo Stationair 7 T207As (AE-233 is pictured). The original fleet comprised nine aircraft, all of which entered service in 1976. The Ejército has also withdrawn the last of its Swearingen Merlin IVs. Three of the transports served the army from 1979. JUAN CARLOS CICALESI

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