Quetanan Air Force

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Quetanan Air Force
Embelm of the Quetanan Air Force
Active3 November 1943 (1943-11-03)
(78 years, 8 months ago)
AllegianceGovernment of Quetana, President of Quetana
Size47,500 regular personnel
President of QuetanaEmília Medeiros

The Quetanan Air Force is the principal aerial warfare force of Quetana, a part of the Quetanan Armed Forces and consists of 47,500 enlisted personnel, 20,000 of whom are reserve. The branch participates in conflicts worldwide and is the major air-based offensive and defensive force of Quetana, and also serves as a contingent of the Coalition of Crown Albatross's peacekeeping operations. It also operates as a central organ of the WEDA military agreements, and is largely supplied and trained by the Zamastanian military.




The Quetanan Air Force has over 700 aircraft in service as of December 2020. The bulk of the air force's equipment is supplied by Zamastan, although the Quetanan-made AV-44 Varrie is also in the arsenal. The fighter aircraft of the QAF are small, fast, and maneuverable military aircraft primarily used for air-to-air combat. Many of these fighters have secondary ground-attack capabilities, and some are dual-roled as fighter-bombers (e.g., the Z-14 Osprey); the term "fighter" is also sometimes used colloquially for dedicated ground-attack aircraft, such as the Z-17 Condor.

Product list and details
Aircraft model Number in service[1] Description Capacity First flight Image
Z-10 Harrier 30 Double-seat, twin-engine, all-weather multirole strike fighter 2 crew February 1, 1982 F-15E takes on fuel from KC-10.jpg
AV-44 Varrie 40 Double-seat, single-engine, ground-attack aircraft 2 crew March 15, 1986 United States Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier II hovering.jpg
Z-11 Eagle 50 Double-seat, twin-engine, all-weather multirole fighter aircraft 2 crew April 1, 1990 US Navy 071203-N-8923M-074 An F-A-18F Super Hornet, from the Red Rippers of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 11, makes a sharp turn above the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman.jpg
Z-14 Osprey 126 Single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft 1 pilot April 9, 1999 F-22 Raptor edit1 (cropped).jpg
Z-17 Condor 12 Single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole combat aircraft 1 pilot May 16, 2013 F-35A flight (cropped).jpg
V-99 Eclipse 40 Strategic and tactical transport 3 crew, 250+ additional June 13, 1996 C-17 test sortie.jpg


Commissioned officers

Enlisted personnel


  1. as of January 2021