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Military aviation is used to attack or defend a country through the sky.

There are many types of military aircraft, but the basic types of military aircraft are bombers, fighters, Fighter bombers, Spotter planes, transports, patrol aircraft, trainers, and reconnaissance and observation aircraft.

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