Alenia/Aermacchi/Embraer AMX

The AMX is an attack aircraft powered by a single 11,030-lb.-thrust Rolls-Royce Spey Mk 807 non-afterburning turbofan. Alenia and Aermacchi (then independent) initially pursued separate designs for Italy's attack/support requirement, but began collaborating in 1978. Embraer joined the program in...

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