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India would seem the most logical customer, given that they've got quite a history of using Soviet/Russian equipment. I'd be a bit surprised if Chile or Brazil got any, I don't believe they have any history of using Russian equipment (I do think there are a few countries down there that do, though). Although, to be honest, I'm not sure if there's any comparable US products around. Did they ever make an AEW variant of the Blackhawk, or is America just using E-2s for that? (let's not talk about the USAF EW situation)

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