Country of Origin: Italy.
Similar Aircraft: Galeb-Jastreb, Hawk, M.B. 326, A-37 Dragonfly.
Crew: Two; 339K - one.
Role: Trainer, ground-attack, ECM.
Armament: Bombs, gun pods, minigun, missiles, rockets.
Dimensions: Length: 36 ft (10.98 m). Span: 35 ft, 8 in (10.86 m).
Wings: Low-mounted with back-tapered leading edge and straight trailing edge. Positive slant. Fuel tanks are usually at the square tips.
Engine(s): One turbojet inside the body. Oval air intakes in wing roots. Single exhaust protrudes past tail.
Fuselage: Tubular, tapered to the front and to the rear. Long, bubble canopy and a curved dorsal spine.
Tail: Flats high-mounted on the fuselage with tapered edges and blunt tips. Fin is swept-back and tapered with a blunt tip.
Argentina, Ghana, Italy, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Peru, United Arab Emirates.