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To address the need for a tactical reconnaissance plane refuelable in flight, the seventh Etendard IVM was modified pre-production. The Etendard IVP flew for the first time on 19 November 1960, and was followed by 21 production aircraft. The only real combat missions of the Etendard IV have...

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32,31 €

Count : 83

Model

  • Length : 30.3 cm
  • Width : 20.2 cm

Box

  • Width : 45.4 cm
  • Height : 25 cm
  • Depth : 6.6 cm

To address the need for a tactical reconnaissance plane refuelable in flight, the seventh Etendard IVM was modified pre-production. The Etendard IVP flew for the first time on 19 November 1960, and was followed by 21 production aircraft. The only real combat missions of the Etendard IV have been the photo reconnaissance missions conducted by the Etendard IV P during operations in Lebanon in 1983-1984, in the former Yugoslavia from 1993, and Kosovo in 1999. On 28 July 2000, the dissolution of the Flotilla 16F, based at Landivisiau, in Brittany, and the only operational unit equipped with Etendard IVP, marked the end of their career. They had flown more than 200,000 flight hours.

 

FEATURES

  • Length: 14.70 m
  • Wingspan: 9.60 m
  • Height: 3.80 m
  • Engine: A turbojet SNECMA Atar 8C with a thrust of 4,500 kg
  • Maximum speed: 1,204 km/h at 36,000 feet [10,962 m]
  • Armaments: none
  • External payload: 1 detachable photo container placed under the fuselage
  • or 1 Intertechnique D827B refueling nacelle
  • 2 x 600 liters drop tanks.
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