Designed by Emile Dewoitine, well known in the French aviation industry before World War II, the I.Ae.27 Pulqui (Arrow) was not only the first single-seat fighter to be designed in Argentina; it was also the first turbojet-powered aircraft to be built and flown by the nation. A cantilever low-wing monoplane of all-metal construction, the Pulqui had a conventional tail unit, retractable tricycle landing gear, and accommodation for the pilot well forward on the fuselage beneath a jettisonable canopy. Power was provided by a Rolls-Royce Derwent turbojet mounted in the aft fuselage.
First flown on 9 August 1947, the Pulqui proved disappointing in tests, with performance well below estimates, and further development was abandoned.
Fuerza Aerea Argentina day fighter-bomber
Nightfighter variant with second seat and wing mounted radar in pod (inspired by F6F-3N Wildcat)
Mexican air force import (scheme based on T-33)
For the Ace Combat fans here is one in the colours of the Sapin Air Force (country inspired by Spain)