RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has a large fleet of aircraft that can be used in the event of war, if necessary. There are planes, helicopters, and drones that can be used both to defend the national territory and in the event of an attack.
According to a yearbook published by Flight Global magazine, the country's fleet of all military aircraft totals 679, not including drones.
This number is well below the world's largest fleet of 13,246 aircraft in the United States and puts Brazil in 16th place in the world, behind countries such as the two . . .