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For the first time since , not a single South American navy will operate an aircraft carrier, perhaps reflecting the relative military decline of the region as well as a recognition of the high costs of maintaining such ships. For nearly 60 years, either Brazil or Argentina — and often both — have operated aircraft carriers.
Moreover, the aircraft operated by the respective vessels were increasingly obsolete rendering the utility of such vessels suspect. In many ways, the purchase, deployment, and operations of aircraft carriers in Latin America have parallels with the purchase of Dreadnought- type battleships by Brazil and Argentina in the early 20th century.
Yet, none of these vessels ever saw combat, proved to be costly to operate, difficult to maintain and served more effectively as floating batteries than viable warships. One may make much the same case regarding the four aircraft carriers that have served the Argentine and Brazilian navies since Though the Argentine Navy operated the F9F Panther and TF-9J Cougar jet aircraft, the carrier, which had been built as the HMS Warrior in , proved unsuitable for the operation of such aircraft though some jets were embarked for service.
Not to be outdone by its southern neighbour, Brazil commissioned its first aircraft carrier in This ship had a much longer service-life than its Argentine counterpart, not being decommissioned until However, unlike the Independencia , the Minas Gerias never operated any high-performance combat aircraft — either piston-engine or jet-powered — for most of its service life.
This bizarre arrangement was brought about by a Presidential decision in , which limited fixed-wing aviation to the Brazilian Air Force. Unlike the Minas Gerias , the 25th de Mayo was operated as a fleet carrier from the date of its induction.