Embraer EMB-312 (AT-27) Tucano
: Two-seat COIN/Trainer version for the Venezuelan Air Force (27).
# The EMB 312 Tucano is a low-wing turboprop-powered two seat basic-advanced military trainer aircraft Recognition features include low-set unswept wings without tip tanks. The rudder extends beyond the trailing edge of the tailplane. Large clear view canopy covering the tandem cockpit, with the rear seat higher than the front. Large exhausts on the forward cowling sides.
The Tucano, known in Brazil as the T-27, is used in the missions of basic training, tactical support and war against drugs. This basic trainer is a aircraft with tandem seats.
On 27 November 1992, the aircraft were widely used by mutinied officers who staged a coup d'état against former President Carlos Andrés Pérez. The rebels dropped bombs and launched rockets against Police and government buildings in Caracas. Several aircraft, along with OV-10 Broncos were shot down during the uprising by F-16s flown by loyalist pilots
|14 T-27 Tucano: Training
0100 (c/no.312-218) stored,
0203 (c/no.312-226) stored,
0214 (c/no.312-224) stored,
|13 AT-27 Tucano: Training/COIN
2280 (c/no.312-255), stored,
2820 (c/no.312-177) stored,
5625 (c/no.312-268) stored,