The Aeromot AMT 200 is a development of the Fournier RF10 motorized glider now made in Brazil. It has the flying characteristics of a glider but the small motor gives it greater flexibility in operations.
Aeromot is a Brazilian company which began in 1967 making seats for airliners.
In July 1985 the company purchased the assets of the Fournier motor gilder manufacturing factory in France, along with manufacturing rights to the RF-10 motor glider.
Aeromot started production with the AMT 100, a minimum changed version of the RF-10 which was granted certification in June 1986.
The next version, the AMT 200, was a development of the AMT 100 with an improved powerplant. It first flew in July 1992 and was certified in February 1993.
By 1995 50 AMT 200s had been sold and in 2002 the US Air Force bought 14 for use in pilot selection and initial training.
This model represents an AMT 200 flying with the US Air Force Academy as a TG-14A in the early 2000s.
Dujin 1/72 kit completed by Leigh Edmonds in November 2017.