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Trainer Aircraft Strength by Country

In Total Ear, training becomes an utterly important part of unit quality - particularly where aircraft are concerned.





Since the rise of military aircraft, the training component has grown to become a well-established portion of any air power. Air forces are only as good as their training and this, coupled with field experience, has proven the difference in many-a-conflict. Today, training of pilots and systems operators is handled through basic, intermediate and advanced mounts which provide graduated levels of education - all equally important to any modern fighting force. Trainers on order heading into 2015 are NOT taken into account. The listing also includes helicopter trainers.


Total Trainer Aircraft strength data through 2015.


1
2,771
2
444
3
387
4
370
5
352
6
330
7
318
8
276
9
268
10
256
11
245
12
213
13
202
14
178
15
172
16
170
17
169
18
160
19
155
20
148
21
143
22
139
23
130
24
123
25
108
26
96
27
95
28
88
29
81
30
80
31
78
32
71
33
68
34
67
35
66
36
66
37
64
38
59
39
58
40
57
41
56
42
53
43
51
44
51
45
51
46
49
47
48
48
47
49
45
50
44
51
40
52
40
53
40
54
38
55
33
56
33
57
32
58
30
59
29
60
29
61
27
62
26
63
25
64
24
65
24
66
22
67
22
68
21
69
20
70
20
71
19
72
18
73
18
74
16
75
16
76
15
77
14
78
14
79
14
80
13
81
13
82
12
83
12
84
12
85
11
86
10
87
10
88
10
89
9
90
8
91
6
92
6
93
6
94
6
95
5
96
4
97
4
98
4
99
4
100
3
101
3
102
3
103
2
104
2
105
2
106
1
107
1
108
1
109
1
110
1
111
0
112
0
113
0
114
0
115
0
116
0
117
0
118
0
119
0
120
0
121
0
122
0
123
0
124
0
125
0
126
0

Sources: CIA.gov, CIA World Factbook, wikipedia.com, public domain print and media sources and user contributions. Some values may be estimated when official sources are lacking.

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