Country of Origin: UK, USA.
Similar Aircraft: I1-28 Beagle.
Role: Light bomber, ECM, reconnaissance, EW, night interdictor, trainer.
Armament: Bombs, cannons, rockets, missiles.
Dimensions: 65 ft, 6 in (20 m). Span: 63 ft, 11 in (19.4 m).
Wings: Wide, mid-mounted wing; straight from the fuselage to the engine pods and equally tapered from engine pods to the blunt tips.
Engine(s): Two turbojets or turbofans are mounted in the wings. Air intakes are forward of the wings' leading edges. Exhausts are to the rear of the wings' trailing edges.
Fuselage: Cigar-shaped and tapered to the rear. Round, solid, or glassed-in nose. Bubble canopy.
Tail: Flats high-mounted on fuselage tapered with rounded tips and a positive slant. Fin is unequally tapered with a blunt tip.
Argentina, Peru, UK.