In the second of a two-part feature, Combat Aircraft looks at international customers of the Beechcraft T-6 and the various roles the aircraft fulfils.

BUILDING ON HUGE success in the US domestic market in terms of training variant sales, the T-6 has failed to achieve notoriety as a light strike platform, despite repeated efforts by its manufacturer to position it as such. The Embraer A-29 Super Tucano has been far more successful internationally in this role, although in a training capacity the T-6 has earned a series of notable wins.


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