From Douglas Poster courtesy of Gary Vever
Brazil is not on the poster because the poster was printed prior to their purchase of Skyhawks.
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DEC 2015:. The Argentina Air Force and Brazil's Navy are upgrading and flying Skyhawks!
Indonesia, Kuwait, Australia, Malaysia, and New Zealand Skyhawks are confirmed as gone; ‘pedestal’, ‘museum’, scrapped, sold or otherwise. Some of the Kuwaiti aircraft are flying with the Brazilians . Some of the Australian aircraft were picked up, used and later retired by New Zealand… but 8 of those will now see new life, having been acquired by Draken International. Malaysia retired their Skyhawks too, but some 40 airframes were left in the Arizona desert as a parts supply and some of those are finding life with civilians. Finally, the Singapore Skyhawks are now gone as well. There are about 44 Israeli and a small number of Singapore Skyhawks currently on the market for any patient folks with deep pockets. More Israeli Skyhawks will hit the market over the next 2 years as they start receiving their Aermacchi M-346 replacements.
|Argentina - Air Force
FEB Y2011 Est: 10 A-4AR / 2 OA-A4AR
|Brazil - Navy
JUN Y2014 Est: 2 AF-1B / 3 AF-1C
These nations flew the Skyhawk in various variants, until their retirement.
|Argentina Navy||Australia||Indonesia||Israel - Air Force|
Douglas offered the Skyhawk to several nations that decided not to purchase it. Belgium, Canada, France, Greece, India's Navy, Lebanon, The Netherlands and Switzerland either requested and/or received proposals from Douglas. Douglas artist R.G. Smith produced drawings for these proposals, some in unusual color schemes.