And now, an alternate history segment of an air force!
With the arrival of former German & Italian scientists & pilots from war-torn Europe to Argentina, their influence allowed Juan Peron's administration to overhaul their armed forces, especially the Fuerza Aerea Argentina. From a brief period of piston-engine fighters to the 1st operational jets in South America, trained and led by the German-Italian Condor Legion. Moving the nation into a new superpower in the southern hemisphere, Peron was able to remain in control by the loyalty of the Legion; even into a conflict to unite his people against a common foe, in the First Malvinas/Falklands War.
The Pulqui II entered service in the FAA, after the Condor Legion, and where trained in flights led by veteran German and Italian pilots. In lower numbers compared to the Me262 Schwalbe in the beginning of the First Malvinas/Falklands War, the planes were reserved as bomber escorts for the Amerika bombers over the southern Atlantic Ocean, Chile, Brazil, & Uruguay.