SINGAPORE—Indonesia has decided to acquire the Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano light-attack aircraft. The country plans to order eight aircraft for the Indonesian air force, which is replacing its Rockwell OV-10 Broncos, according to Embraer. The Broncos were built in the 1960s and most are no longer operational. Embraer says it will start delivering the Super Tucanos to Indonesia in 2012. Indonesia is the first Asia-Pacific country to order the aircraft. The deal also includes ground ...
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