A first stab at an Embraer list. EMB designations first, then a handful of acronym designations at the bottom ...
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Embraer (Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica SA)
EMB 100 - Bandeirante utility transport prototypes (2 x PT6A-20 turboprops)
- EMB 100: 8 pax, FAB designation - YC-95, 3 built
- Projeto IPD-6504: original CTA desig. for Max Holste design
EMB 110 - Bandeirante utility transport a/c
- EMB 110: Initial FAB prod. (PT6A-27), 12 pax, desig. C-95, (x 55 total)
- EMB 110A: FAB radio calibration EC-95 (x 6) and EC-95B (x ?)
- EMB 110B: Bandeirulha (Bandeirante Patrulha) FAB aerial photo R-95 (x 6)
- EMB 110B1: Survey vers. with 'quick change' 14 pax interior (x 2)
- EMB 110BI: Survey vers. with 'quick change' 9 pax VIP interior
- EMB 110C: 1973, initial commercial prod. (PT6A-27), 12-18-pax, (x 34)
- EMB 110C(N): winterized EMB 110C for the Armada de Chile (x 3)
- EMB 110E: 6-8 seat executive vers. of EMB 110C (x 4)
- EMB 110E(J): Modified vers. or same as EMB 110E [? unclear ?]
- EMB 110J: EMB 110E devel. (x 12) [? same as EMB 110E(J) ?]
- EMB 110K: 1977 cargo variant of '110C with 14.6 m fuselage stretch
- EMB 110K1: FAB C-95A Bandeirante cargo version (x 20)
- EMB 110P: Regional airliner versions of Bandeirante
- EMB 110P1: combi a/c, civil vers. of EMB 110P1K/C-95B with cargo doors
- EMB-110P1A: refined 'P1 distinguished by intro of horiz. tail dihedral
- EMB 110P1/41: Higher MTOW 'P1 variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P1A/41: Higher MTOW 'P1A variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P1K: FAB C-95B, combi EMB 110P 'quick change' interior (x 31)
- EMB 110P1K / EC-95B conv. for GEIV
- EMB 110P1K SAR: FAB SC-95B search and rescue a/c (4 x bubble windows)
- EMB 110P2: 21-seat airliner vers of EMB 110P1 (no rear cargo doors)
- EMB-110P2A: refined 'P2 distinguished by intro of horiz. tail dihedral
- EMB 110P2/41: Higher MTOW 'P2 variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P2A/41: Higher MTOW 'P2A variant (to FAA SFAR Part 41 regs)
- EMB 110P3: [Project] pressurized Bandeirante with T-tail
- EMB 110S1: geophysical survey, mag stinger, larger wing tanks, only 1 built
- EMB 110[?]: XC-95, FAB rain research variant
- EMB 110[?]: C/P-95, FAB update with modernised Elbit Systems avionics
-- http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/pictures-brazil-flies-first-upgraded-emb-110-bandeirante-350959/
- EMB 110[?]: [Project] Bandeirante Jato, EMB 110 deriv, rear fuselage-mounted turbofans
-- Bandeirante Jato: T-tail, u/c sponsons in former nacelle locations
EMB 111 - Bandeirulha, maritime patrol Bandeirante derivative (2 x PT6A)
- EMB 111: 1977, APS-128 Super Searcher radar-equipped P-95 for FAB (x 12)
- EMB 111A: Upgraded P-95A (ECM, ESM, E/O, no searchlight) for FAB (x 10)
-- NB: Embraer lists the EMB 111A designation as EMB 111A(A)
- EMB 111AN: 'pattugliatori marittimi', aka EMB 111AN/C, Armada de Chile
-- NB: Embraer lists the EMB 111AN designation as EMB 111A(N)
-- http://ivansiminic.blogspot.ca/2012/03/embraer-111-en-la-armada-de-chile.html
- EMB 111B: P-95B, as P-95A except new-build with horz. tail dihedral (x 10)
-- EMB 111B: aka Bandeirulha II
- EMB 111[?]: FAB SC-95 SAR variant
-- P-95 sometimes misidentified as "P-111"
EMB 112 - [Project] Dec 1973 EMB 110 deriv, enlarged cabin (for 18-20 pax)
- EMB 112: powered by 2 x 750 shp PT6A-34, MTOW 5600 kg.
EMB 113-EMB 119 - [??]
EMB 120 - [Project] 1975 Araguaia T-tailled, pressurized EMB 110 deriv
- EMB 120 Araguaia - 23-25 pax, 2 x 680 shp P&WC PT6A-27*
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/embpriv/embpriv.html
-- * Other sources say Araguia powered by 2 x 1,120 shp PT6A45
EMB 120 Brasilia 30 pax regional airliner, 2 x 1,600 shp PW&WC PW115
- EMB 120ER - Brasilia, 'Extended-Range, standard model from 1992-93
- EMB 120ER - Advanced Brasilia, 1994, formerly EMB-120X (below)
-- EMB 120ER: FAB C-97 (x 8) and VC-97 w/ VIP interior (x 1)
- EMB 120FC - Brasilia, 'Freight Conversion', aka EMB 120 Cargo
- EMB 120QC - Brasilia, 'Quick-Change' cargo/pax, also EMB 120 Combi
- EMB 120RS - Advanced Brasilia, remote sensing variant
- EMB 120RT - Brasilia, 'Reduced Take-off', 1986 2 x 1,800 shp P&WC PW118
-- EMB 120RT: Optional hot-and-high PW118A; FAB YC-97 (x 1) & C-97 (x 3)
- EMB 120SA - Advanced Brasilia, AEW variant
- EMB 120X - 'Improved Brasilia', becomes EMB 120ER Advanced Brasilia
EMB 121X - [Project] 1975 EMB 120 Araguaia derivative
-- NB: Xingú was an Araguaia deriv. so may simply be EMB 121 project
EMB-121 - Xingu, 1978 pressurized executive a/c based on EMB 110 (x 105)
- EMB 121A: Xingú I, 2 + 5-6 pax, 2 x 680 shp PT6A-28, FAB VU-9 (x 12)
- EMB 121A1 - Xingú II, Sept 1981, 8-9 pax, 2 x 750 shp PT6A-135
-- EMB 121A1: Some Xingú II were EMB 121A conversions (incl. VU-9s)
- EMB 121AA: Armée de l'Air crew trainers (x 16)
- EMB 121AN: Aéronavale crew trainers (x 16)
- EMB 121B: Xingú III, 1980, stretched EMB 121A, 1 x prototype
-- NB: EC-9 was a FAB electronics vers., ex-civilian EMB 121s
EMB 122 - [??]
EMB 123 - [Project] Tapajós, 20 pax EMB 121 development, 2 x 1,120 shp PT6A45
EMB 123 - Vector, 1990 19-seat regional airliner 2 x pusher 1,300 TPF351
- EMB 123: aka Embraer/FMA CBA 123 Vector, aka FMA IA 70 Parana
-- Joint Brazil-Argentinian project, x 2 + 1 part. complete prototype
EMB 124 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 124/MP" was simply a typographical error
EMB 125 - [Project] 1978 commuter a/c, 2 x [??] shp P&WC PT6A-[??]
- EMB 125: Slightly enlarged, tall-cabin version of EMB 120 Araguaia
- EMB 125 Versão Carga: Cargo variant of commuter a/c
- EMB 125 Versão Patrulha: Patrol variant, APS-128 Super Searcher radar
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/embpriv/embpriv.html
EMB 126 - EMB 129 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 127 Bandit" is a 'what-if' 4-engined EMB 110 retouch
-- NB: "EMB 128" is a typo for a Skywest Airlines EMB 120ER Brasilia
-- NB: "EMB 129" is a another Brasila typo (surprising for NASA!)
EMB 130 - [Project] light transport, sweptback wing and cruciform tail surface, 2 x turbofans on the rear fuselage
EMB-131-EMB 134 - [??]
-- Typos: "EMB 131" for Xingu, "EMB 132" for Tucano, "EMB 134" for Super, etc.
ERJ 135 - 1997, shortened (3.50m), 37 pax deriv. of ERJ 145 regional jet
- ERJ 135ER - extended range (2650 km / 1430 nm with 37 pax)
- ERJ 135LR - long range (3138 km / 1700 nm with 37 pax)
- EMB 135KL - certification designation for ERJ 140LR (below)
- EMB 135BJ - certification designation for Legacy biz-jet of 2000
-- ERJ-135BJ Legacy 600: 2007, 13 pax biz-jet deriv. from ERJ 135
-- EMB-135BJ Legacy 650: Longer-range deriv. of Legacy 600
-- NB: Legacy to be built by Harbin Embraer Aircraft Industry (part of AVIC)
EMB-136-EMB 139 - [??]
ERJ 140 - 1999, shortened, 44 pax deriv. of ERJ 145 regional jet
- ERJ 140ER: 6 pax less than ERJ 145 to meet US regs
- ERJ 140LR: long range (3019 km / 1630nm nm with 44 pax)
-- ERJ 140LR's certification designation is EMB 135KL
EMB-141-EMB 144 - [??]
EMB 145 - [Project] regional jet, 'Jet Brasília' with stretched fuselage
- EMB 145 Versão 1: 1989, over-wing engines (as per EMB 120 Brasilia)
- EMB 145 Versão 2: 1995, pylon-mounted engines, 22.3° swept wing
-- EMB 145 leads to family marketed as ERJ 145
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3800.msg29883.html
EMB 145 - Revised design as ERJ 145 with rear-fuselage mounted engines
- EMB 145: 50 pax regional jet, aka ERJ 145STD & FAB C-99A
- EMB 145EU: European market model, increased MTOW of 19,990 kg
- EMB 145ER: Extended Range, baseline ERJ 145 model
-- EMB 145ER: FAB (ex-Varig) C-99/C-99A (x 9) & VC-99B VIP (x 1)
- EMB 145EP: As 145ER but an increased MTOW of 20,990 kg
- EMB 145LR: Long Range, 5187 kg fuel capacity and upgraded engines
-- EMB 145LR aka ERJ 145LR Legacy
- EMB 145LU: As ERJ 145LR but an increased MTOW of 21,990 kg
- EMB 145MK: As ERJ 145STD but with changed Max Zero Fuel Weight of 17,700 kg
- EMB 145XR - Extra-long Range, aerodynamic impr., more powerful engines
- EMB 145MP/ASW: FAB P-99 maritime patrol derivative
- ERJ 145MR: [??]
- EMB 145SA: 2008 FAB R-99A/E-99 airborne early warning deriv. (x 5)
-- EMB 145SA aka Amazontrulha I and ERJ 145AEW&C
- EMB 145RS: FAB R-99B remote sensing derivative (x 3)
-- EMB 145RS aka Amazontrulha II and ERJ 145RS/AGS
- EMB 145 ACS: [Project] Lockheed Martin/Embraer Aerial Common Sensor
EMB-146-EMB 149 - [??]
EMB 150 - [Project] 150 pax commercial propfan aircraft [?? real or what-if ??]
-- http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/jrexpcom01/jrexpcom01.html
EMB-151-EMB 169 - [??]
-- NB: "EMB 160" is a what-if T-tailled EMB 170 fake
EMB 170 - 2000 70 pax airliner, aka ERJ 170 and E-Jet series
- EMB 170-100: basic ERJ 170-100, aka E 170 & EMB 170-100STD
- EMB 170AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 170LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-100LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-100SER:
- EMB 170ST:
- EMB 170-100ST:
- EMB 170-100STD: Standard
- EMB 170-100SU:
- EMB 170-200: basic ERJ-170-200, aka E 175 & EMB 170-200STD
- EMB 170-200LR: Long Range
- EMB 170-200STD: Standard
- EMB 170-200SU:
EMB 171-EMB 174 - [??]
EMB 175 - 2000 86 pax airliner, aka ERJ 175 and E-Jet series
- EMB 175: formerly EMB 170-200/EMB 170-200STD
- EMB 175AR: Advanced Range,
- EMB 175LR: Long Range
EMB 176-EMB 179 - [??]
EMB 180 - [Project] regional jet, EMB 195 wings/engines, length 33.25 m
- EMB 180: Update or just a rebranding of EMB 190-100 [??]
EMB 181-EMB 184 - [??]
EMB 185 - [Project] regional jet, EMB 195 wings/engines, length [??] m
http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/enxage185/enxage185.html
- EMB 185P: FAB P-100 patrol jet concept (akin to Boeing P-8A)
EMB 186-EMB 189 - [??]
EMB 190 - 2004 90-110 pax airliner, aka ERJ 190 and E-Jet series
- EMB 190-100: basic ERJ 190-100, aka E 190 & EMB 190-100STD
- EMB 190-100AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 190-100IGW:
- EMB 190-100LR: Long Range
- EMB 190-100ST:
- EMB 190-100STD: Standard, aka E 190 and ERJ 190-100
- EMB 190-200: basic ERJ 195 (below), aka E 195 & EMB 190-200STD
- EMB 190-200LR: Long Range
- EMB 190-100SR: 98 pax
- EMB 190BJ: 2006 19-pax Lineage 1000 executive a/c, aka E 190BJ
EMB 191-EMB 194 - [??]
-- NB: "E 191" is a nick-name for the EMB 190-100
EMB 195 - 2002 124 pax airliner, aka ERJ 195 and E-Jet series
- EMB 195 - 1993, formerly ERJ 190-200, aka E 195
- EMB 195-AR: Advanced Range
- EMB 195LR: Long Range
- EMB 195X: [Project] 130-seat EMB 195 stretch, now abandoned
-- EMB 195X: aka 'E-195X'
EMB 196-EMB 199 - [??]
EMB-200 - Ipanema, 1969-1989, single-seat ag a/c, ITA design (x 2000)
- EMB 200: 1971 certification, init. prod, 260 hp Lycoming, 550 kg hopper
- EMB 200A: 1973 certification, improved EMB 200
- EMB-201: 1974 certification, 300 hp Lycoming IO-540 (x 1000)
- EMB-201A: 1974 certification, new control panels and wings
- EMB-201R: glider-tug version of Ipanema, FAB U-19
- EMB-202: Ipanemão, 1991 cert., aerodynamic improv., 950 kg hopper
- EMB-202A 2004 certification, 320 hp Lycoming (ethanol), Neiva-built
- EMB-203 2015 cert., 320 hp Lycoming engine, span 13.3 m, winglets
EMB 204-EMB 209 - [??]
EMB-210 Formigão - [Project] larger agricultural a/c (than EMB 200 Impanema)
- EMB 210: similar layout to smaller EMB 200, 1 tonne chemical hopper
EMB 211-EMB 300 - [??]
EMB 301 - [Project] 1977 tandem trainer/light strike, 1 x Lycoming TIO-541
- EMB 301: based on Neiva AT-25 (N.621) Universal trainer
EMB 3[??] - [Project] Tucano study based on EMB-821 Carajá wings & u/c
-- NB: Unclear whether this a separate project or the same as EMB 311
EMB 311 - [Project] 1977 trainer based on EMB 301 airframe, 1 x PT6A turboprop
EMB 312 - [Project] Versão 1, advanced trainer study, 550 hp PT6A-25
- EMB 312 Versão 1: Ministério da Aeronáutica dict. changes result in Tucano
- Dimension comparison between EMB-312 Versão 1 and production model Tucano
- EMB-312 Versão 1: Span 11.23 m, Area 18.14 m², Length 9.65 m, Height 3.32 m
- EMB-312 product.: Span 11.14 m, Area 19.40 m², Length 9.86 m, Height 3.40 m
EMB 312 - Tucano, 1978 2-seat trainer, 1 x 750 shp P&WC PT6A-25C turbprop
- EMB 312: FAB AT-27 (x 133)
- EMB 312F: Tucano for France, French avionics (x 80)
- EMB 312G1: 1986 prototype demonstrator with Garrett TPE331 engine
-- EMB 312G1: Garrett-engined demonstrator for Short S.312 for RAF
- EMB-312H: H for Helicopter Killer or Hunting Helicopter, led to FAB ALX
- EMB 312HJ: Super Tucano prototype for USAF JPATS (led to EMB 314)
-- Tucano POC (Proof Of Concept) JPATS demonstrator, 1,300 shp PT6A-68A
- EMB 312[?]: Short-built S.312 for RAF + export (x 174)
- EMB 312[?]: Helwan-built Tucano for Egyptian AF (x 40)
Any designations for export Tucanos?
- Egypt x 14, Argentina x 30, Honduras x 12, Iran x 50, Paraguay x 6, Peru x 30, Venezuela x 31, Colombia x 14 units
EMB 313 - [??]
EMB 314 Super Tucano - A-29 COIN turboprop, 1 x 1,600 shp PT6A-68C
- EMB 312HJ: Super Tucano prototype for USAF JPATS (led to EMB 314)
-- EMB 314HJ: Embraer/Sierra Nevada A-29 Super Tucano for USAF LAS
- EMB 314M Super Tucano: ALX (Aeronave Leve de Ataque), originally AL-X
-- ALX consists of 49 single-seat attack A-29A & 50 2-seat liaison A-29B
-- NB: EMB 314M - 'M' for multi-use, not 'monoplace' as some sources list
EMB 315 - [??] Common typo for EMB 314 Super Tucano
EMB 316-EMB 325 - [??]
EMB 326GB - Xavante, licenced Aermacchi MB-326GC (x 182)
- AT-26: Xavante for FAB (x 166 total) and export
- AT-26A: Reconditioned MB-326KC Impala II (11 of 14 bought from RSA)
- RT-26: AT-26s converted to reconnaissance role
- XAT-26: Special test a/c for GEEV (Grupo Especial de Ensaio em Voo)
EMB 327-EMB 339 - [??]
EMB 330 - [Project] Sept 1974,* jet attack/COIN a/c, 1 x 1,814 lb.st Viper Mk.632-43
EMB 330 - led to more advanced, higher-performing AX-1 project of 1975
EMB 330 arm.: 2 x DEFA 533 (125 rds ea), 2500 kg load (R-550 Magic, AGM-65A)
-- * Pereira: May 1977, to document PT-301/109 "Projeto, Desenvolvimento e Fabricação de um Avião de Treinamento e de Emgrego Militar".
EMB 331-EMB 389 - [??]
EMB 390 - [Project]- 2007 tactical transport deriv. from ERJ 190
-- EMB 390 aka C-390 aka KC-390
EMB 391-EMB 399 - [??]
EMB 400 - Urupema, 1964 Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica glider (x 10)
EMB 401-EMB 490 - [??]
- NB: "EMB 450" is a confusion with EMB 545 Legacy 450
EMB 451-EMB 490 - [??]
EMB 500 :20/30 seat twin engined medium transport
EMB 500 Amazônas - [Project] 1970 'medium airliner', from CX series
http://www.jrlucariny.com/Site2008/outrosemb/outrosemb.html
- Embraer CX1: [Project] EMB 500, 30 pax/600 kg freight, 4 x PT6A-40*
-- * Pereira: 1120 shp PT6A-50, 4 + 50 pax/53 troops/40 litters + 3 + 3 med.
- Embraer CX2: [Project] EMB 500 deriv. with 2 x 1940 shp RR Dart RDa.7 **
-- ** Source lists "Dart 532" but RDa.7 Mk.532s are rated 2,130-2,190 shp
- Embraer CX2A: [Project] As CX2 except 2 x 2860 shp GE T64-GE-10 engines
-- CX Versão 2: 4 + 50 pax/62 troops/38 paras//40 litters + 3 + 3 med.
- Embraer CX3: 1974 Turbofan-powered deriv. of CX2, civil and military vers.
-- CX Versão 3/Carga: 2 x underwing 6500 lb.st Lycoming ALF-502 turbofans
-- CX Versão 3/Militar: diff. from civil in avionics and air-openable door
- Embraer CX4: Revised CX, low-wing, high rear fuselage-mounted ALF-502s
- Embraer CX4A: As per CX Versão 4 except swept wings (18°) & tailplane
- Embraer CX5: [Project] lengthened CX3, 4-engined CX3A deriv. (18° sweep)
- Embraer CX5A: [Project] lengthened (5.22 m) CX3A, 4 x 6500 lb.st ALF502s
- Embraer CX6: [Project] Cargo, unrelated to CX1-CX5A, 2 x 1300 shp PT6A-65
-- CX Versão 6: High, braced wing, u/c sponsons, ramp and port freight door
EMB 500 - VLJ (Very Light Jet) 4 pax (up to 6-7?), 2 x P&WC PW617F
- EMB 500: VLJ marketed as Embraer Phenom 100
EMB 501-EMB 504 - [??]
EMB 505 - LJ (Light Jet), 7-8 pax, 2 x P&WC PW535
- EMB 505: LJ marketed as Embraer Phenom 300
EMB 506-EMB 544 - [??]
EMB 545 - 2013, Legacy 450, 7-10 pax biz-jet, 2 x Honeywell HTF7500E
- EMB 545: aka MLJ (Mid-Light Jet), aka Legacy 450
EMB 546-EMB 549 - [??]
EMB 550 - 2012, Legacy 500, 8 pax biz-jet, 2 x 6,500 lb.st Honeywell HTF7500E
- EMB 550: aka MSJ (Mid-Size Jet), aka Legacy 500
EMB 551-EMB 599 - [??]
EMB 600 - [Project] Aug 1977 proposal to licence SA.341 Gazelle helicopter
EMB 601-EMB 709 - [??]
EMB 710 - Carioca, 1975 Piper PA-28-236 Pathfinder
- EMB 710C: 1975 light a/c, aka Neiva Carioca
- EMB 710D: 1981, similar to EMB 710C
EMB 711 - Corisco, 1975 Piper PA28 Arrow
- EMB-711A: Corisco, 1975, PA-28R-200 Arrow II
- EMB-711B: Corisco, 19??, PA-28R-201 Arrow III
- EMB 711C: Corisco, 19??, PA28? Archer
- EMB 711T: Corisco II, 1989, PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV
- EMB 711ST: Corisco Turbo, 1990, PA-28R-201T Turbo Arrow IV
EMB 712 - Tupi, 1979 PA-28-181 Archer II
EMB 713-EMB 714 - [??]
EMB 715 - Guri, Piper PA-38 Tomahawk, 1 x prototype
EMB 716-EMB 719 - [??]
EMB-720 - Minuano, PA32 Saratoga 1975-1996 PA32 Saratoga 1975-1996
- EMB 720C: licenced Piper PA32-301, 300 hp IO-540-L1G5
- EMB 720D: as per 'C except revised wing profile, prop hub, flight inst.
EMB 721 - Sertanejo, 1976 PA32 Lance & Saratoga
- EMB 721C: PA-32R-300 Lance & PA-32RT-300 Lance II
- EMB 721D: 1985 [?] PA-32R-301 Saratoga SP
EMB 722-EMB 809 - [??]
EMB-810 - Seneca, 1989, PA34 Seneca 3
- EMB-810C: Seneca, Neiva-built PA-34-200T Seneca 3
- EMB-810D: Cuesta, Embraer-built PA-34-220 Seneca 3
EMB 811-EMB 819 - [??]
EMB-820 - Navajo, 1989 PA31 Navajo Chieftain
- EMB-820C: Neiva-built PA-31-350 Navajo
EMB 821 - Carajá, PA31-50 Navajo Chieftain with PT6A turboprop
- EMB 821: aka Neiva N-821
- EMB [??]: COIN-X, COIN study adaptation of the EMB 821 Carajá
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Undesignated Embraer Projects
AMX International A-1 (Aeritalia Aermecchi/Embraer)
AX-1 - [Project] Aug 1975 Embraer attack a/c (to replace EMB 330 design)
- AX-1: 1 x RR Viper Mk.632-43, 2 x 30mm DEFA 533, 2500 lbs ordnance
AX -[Project] Feb 1976 Embraer/Aermacchi attack a/c, high-wing, T-tail
- AX: 1 x RR-SNECMA M45, 2 x DEFA 553, 6 x hardpoints, wingtip AAM
-- http://web.archive.org/web/20040811203502/http://www.acfavi.hpg.ig.com.br/ax.htm
TX [Project] 1986 2-seat combat-capable LIFT, 1 x 30mm, Mach 1.2
TX-OP - [Project] 1986 single-seat attack version of TX, Mach 2 in reheat
MFT-LF - [Project] late '80s, 'Modern Fighter Trainer - Light Fighter'
-- MFT-LF: F-5E repl., similar layout to AMX, 6 hard points, RR Spey 807
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