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Arsenal VB 10-01

1945
-Arsenal-Breguet-Nord..
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal VB-10-01                                                                                         Photo source: Airwar.ru  
Data for: VB-10-01  
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: NA           Length:
Type: fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: fitted with second engine behind cockpit which Ferry range: NA   Height:
  drove a second counter-rotating propeller Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1945 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1                 
12,98 m    (42 ft 7 in)
15,49 m (50 ft 10 in)
5,2 m (17 ft 1 in)
NA    
1 prototype  (VB-10-01)
More info/ sources:
Engines:               2 x Hispano-Suiza 12Y31 12-cylinders engine        
Power:    2 x 641 kW (2 x 860 HP                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Arsenal VB 10

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal VB-10                                                         Photo source: Aviation-ancienne.forumactif.com  
Data for: VB-10  
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: 700 km/h  (435 mph) Length:
Type: fighter Range: 1.700 km (1.056 mi) Span:
Description: serial production VB-10 with bubble cockpit Ferry range: NA   Height:
  canopy and more power Ceiling: 11.010 m (36.120 ft) Take off weight:
First flight: 1945 Climb rate: 10,2 m/s (2.008 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 1        
12,98 m    (42 ft 7 in)
15,49 m (50 ft 10 in)
5,2 m (17 ft 1 in)
8.860 kg (19.533 lb)
   6 (total VB-10)
More info /sources:
Engines:             2 x Hispano-Suiza 12Zars-15/16        
Power:    2 x 860 kW (2 x 1.150 HP                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)    
            6 x 12,7 mm (6 x 0.50 in)    
  Bombs: 500 kg (1.100 lb)    
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Arsenal VG 70

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal VG-70                                                                                   Photo source: Fliegerweb.com  
   
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: 900 km/h  (506 mph) Length:
Type: research aircraft Range: 920 km (572 mi) Span:
Description: research.aircraft.to.assist.jet.fighters development, Ferry range: 1.050 km (652 mi) Height:
  Arsenal.VG-90.precursor.(with underbelly.intake) Ceiling: 9.800 m (32.150 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Climb rate: 15,1 m/s (2.972.ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1       More  info/sources:
9,70 m    (31 ft 10 in))
8,50 m (27 ft 11 in))
2,30 m (7 ft 7 in))
4.420 kg  (9.745 lb))
  1 )
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Engine:              1 x Junkers Jumo 004B-2 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 8,4 kN (1 x 1.900 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Arsenal VG 90

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal VG-90                                                        Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000 Aircraft Photos  
   
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: 920 km/h  (570 mph) Length:
Type: prototype carrier-based fighter Range: 1.550 km (960 mi) Span:
Description: VG 70 development with side intakes & Nord 2200 Ferry range: NA   Height:
  and SNCAC NC 1080 naval fighter contender, Ceiling: 13.000 m (42.640 ft) Max weight:
  both planes were destroyed in fatal crashes Climb rate: 23 m/s (4.500 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 1949 Crew: 1    
13,44 m    (44 ft 1 in)
12,60 m (41 ft 4 in)
3,55 m (11 ft 8 in)
8.200 kg (18.078 lb)
  2  
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x Hispano-Suiza built Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 3 x 30 mm (3 x 1.18 in)    
  Bombs: 2 x 500 kg (2 x 1.100 lb)    
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Arsenal 2301 (SFECMAS Ars. 2301) 

1951
Arsenal 2301  
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal 2301                                                                                             Photo source: Blog.livedoor.jp  
   
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: + M1   Length:
Type: supersonic recearch glider Range: NA   Span:
Description: glider originaly made for supersonic Ferry range: NA   Height:
  rocket fighter project  Ceiling: 6.300 m (20.665 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
14 m    (45 ft 11 in)
6 m (26 ft 3 in)
NA  
4.512 kg (9.948 lb)
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              none        
Thrust:    none                                                                              
Armament: none    
       
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Arsenal 1301 (SFECMAS Ars. 1301)

1953
Arsenal 1301 (F-WFUZ)  
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal 1301                                                             Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000aircraftphotos.com  
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: + M1   Length:
Type: supersonic recearch glider Range: NA   Span:
Description: modified Arsenal 2301 glider to test delta wing Ferry range: NA   Height:
  for Nord Gerfaut Ceiling: 6.300 m (20.665 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1953 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
12,46 m    (40 ft 11 in)
8,43 m (27 ft 8 in)
NA  
4.512 kg (9.948 lb)
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              none        
Thrust:    none                                                                              
Armament: none    
       
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Arsenal 1301 (SFECMAS Ars. 1301) late version

1953
SFECMAS_1301  
Aircraft on photo: Arsenal 1301                                                                                                     Photo source: Wikipedia  
Manufacturer: Arsenal de l'Aéronautique, France Max speed: + M1   Length:
Type: supersonic recearch glider Range: NA   Span:
Description: Arsenal 1301 with forward delta wing Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1954 Ceiling: 6.300 m (20.665 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
12,46 m    (40 ft 11 in)
8,43 m (27 ft 8 in)
NA  
4.512 kg (9.948 lb)
  1  
Engine:              none        
Thrust:    none                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Breguet 1001 Taon

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Breguet 1001 Taon  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 1.194 km/h  (742 mph)    Length:
Type: strike fighter Range: 310 km (195 mi) Span:
Description: single-seat lightweight swept wings strike fighter Ferry range: 1.850 km (1.150 mi) Height:
First flight: 1957 Ceiling: 12.600 m (41.340 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
11,68 m    (38 ft 4 in)
6,8 m (22 ft 4 in)
3,7 m (12 ft 2 in)
5.800 kg (12.787 lb)
  2  
Engine:            1 x Bristol-Siddeley Orpheus B.Or.3 turbojet            More info/sources
Thrust:    1 x 21,6 kN (1 x 4.850 lbf                                                                      
Armament: Guns: 4 x 12,7 mm (4 x 0.50 in) proposed    
  Bombs: 2 x 250 kg (2 x 550 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 4    
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Breguet 1100

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Breguet 1100                                                                                                Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 1.128 km/h  (700 mph)    Length:
Type: ground attack and tactical light fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: based broadly on Br 1001 Taon but with Ferry range: NA   Height:
  two paired lightweight turbojets Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1957 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
12,52 m    (41 ft 1 in)
7,83 m (25 ft 8 in)
4,35 m (14 ft 3 in)
6.545 kg (14.430 lb)
  1  
   
Engines:.              2 x Turboméca Gabizo turbojets        
Thrust:    2 x 11,9 kN (2 x 2.668 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  2 x 14,7 kN (2 x 3.307 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)    
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Leduc 0.10

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Leduc 0.10                                                                            Photo source: Flickr, Aerofossile2012  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 900 km/h  (560 mph)    Length:
Type: research aircraft Range: NA   Span:
Description: one of the world's first aircraft to fly powered Ferry range: NA   Height:
  solely by a ramjet, could not take off by its own Ceiling: 12.000 m (39.370 ft) Gross weight:
First flight: 1947 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
10,25 m    (33 ft 8 in)
10,52 m (34 ft 6 in)
3,39 m (11 ft 2 in)
3.000 kg (6.615 lb)
  3  
   
Engine              1 x Leduc ramjet        
Thrust:    1 x 15,7 kN (1 x 3.250 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Leduc 0.16

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Leduc 0.16                                                                                      Photo source: Aerostories.free.fr  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 900 km/h  (560 mph)    Length:
Type: research aircraft Range: NA   Span:
Description: modified from Leduc 0.10 with turbojets on  Ferry range: NA   Height:
  wingtips to enable take off by its own power Ceiling: 12.000 m (39.370 ft) Gross weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
10,25 m    (33 ft 8 in)
10,49 m (34 ft 5 in)
3,39 m (11 ft 2 in)
3.250 kg (7.165 lb)
  1  
   
Engines:              1 x Leduc ramjet        
  2 x Turbomeca Marboré 1 turbojets    
Thrust:    1 x 15,7 kN (1 x 3.250 lbf) ramjet                                                                               
  2 x 2,94 kN (2 x 661 lbf) turbojets    
Armament: none    
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Leduc 0.21

1953
 
Aircraft on photo: Leduc 0.21                                                                                                 Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 900 km/h  (560 mph)    Length:
Type: research aircraft Range: NA   Span:
Description: ramjet research aircraft developed from Leduc  Endurance: 1 h   Height:
  0.10 by scaling it up for 30 % and with tip tanks Ceiling: 20.000 m (65.516 ft) Max weight:
  at wings,  wasn't able to take off by own power Climb rate: 200 m/s (39.370 ft/min) Number built:
First flight: 1953 Crew: 1    
12,50 m    (41 ft 0 in)
11,60 m (38 ft 1 in)
4,05 m (13 ft 3 in)
6.000 kg (13.200 lb)
  2  
More info /sources:
Engine              1 x Leduc ramjet        
Thrust:    1 x 63,7 kN (1 x 14.300 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
       
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Leduc 0.22

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Leduc 0.22                                                                       Photo source: Pics-aeronef.disutfree.com  
   
Manufacturer: Breguet Aviation, France Max speed: 1.200 km/h  (750 mph)    Length:
Type: ram-jet interceptor Range: NA   Span:
Description: further Leduc 0.21 development with turbojet Endurance: 1 h   Height:
  to allow the aircraft to take off by itself  Ceiling: 21.000 m (68.900 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
18,21 m    (59 ft 9 in)
9,95 m (32 ft 8 in)
4,86 m (15 ft 11 in)
11.000 kg (19.789 lb)
  1  
   
Engines:             1 x Leduc ramjet        
  1 x SNECMA Atar 101D-3 turbojet    
Thrust:    1 x 63,7 kN (1 x 14.300 lbf) ramjet                                                                               
  1 x 31,4 kN (1 x 7.040 lbf) turbojet    
Armament: Rockets: 40 (planned)    
  Missiles: 2 x A-20 (planned)    
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Nord 2200 (early version)

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 2200 early version                                        Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000 Aircraft Photos  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 936 km/h  (582 mph) Length:
Type: shipboard fighter Range: 900 km (560 mi) Span:
Description: developed for France's 1946 requirement Ferry range: NA   Height:
  for a shipboard fighter Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.213 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 23 m/s (4.527 ft/min)     Number built:
Crew: 1        
13,55 m    (44 ft 6 in)
12 m (39 ft 4 in)
3,6 m (11 ft 10 in)
7.890 kg (17.394 lb)
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:               1 x Hispano Suiza Nene 102 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Nord 2200 (final version)

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 2200 final version                                           Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000 Aircraft Photos  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 936 km/h  (582 mph) Length:
Type: shipboard fighter Range: 900 km (560 mi) Span:
Description: modified from early Nord 2200 with radar Ferry range: NA   Height:
  scanner above air intake and redesigned and Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.213 ft) Max weight:
  larger vertical tail surfaces Climb rate: 23 m/s (4.527 ft/min)    Number built:
First flight: 1951 Crew: 1    
13,9 m    (45 ft 7 in)
12 m (39 ft 4 in)
4,8 m (15 ft 9 in)
7.890 kg  (17.394 lb)
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x Hispano Suiza Nene 102 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Nord 1402 Gerfaut

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 1402 Gerfaut                                                                                        Photo source: Xs4all.nl  
Data for: Nord 1402B  
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 1.115 km/h  (693 mph)     Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 600 km (373 mi) Span:
Description: first aircraft in Europe to exceed Mach 1 Endurance: 1 h 30 min   Height:
  in level flight without afterburners Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.775 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1954 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1     More  info/sources:
9,90 m    (32 ft 6 in)
7,50 m (24 ft 7 in)
4,10 m (13 ft 5 in)
5.220 kg  (11.508 lb)
  2  
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Engine:                1 x SNECMA Atar 101D turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 30 kN (1 x 6.173 lbf                                                                              
Armament: air-to-air missile Nord 5103    
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Nord 1405 Gerfaut II

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 1405 Gerfaut II                                                Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000 Aircraft Photos  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 1.775 km/h  (1.103 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: derived from Nord 1402 but with only 20 % Ferry range: NA   Height:
  in commonality,  Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
  established several time to height records Climb rate: 210 m/s (41.340 ft/min)   Number built:
First flight: 1956 Crew: 1    
11,25 m    (36 ft 11 in)
6,66 m (21 ft 10 in)
3,55 m (11 ft 8 in)
5.250 kg (11.575 lb)
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x SNECMA Atar 101G-2 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 39 kN (1 x 8.768 lbf) dry thrust                                                            
  1 x 43,15 kN (1 x 9.700 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: air-to-air missile Nord 5103    
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Nord 1405 Gerfaut II (Aladin radar)

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 1405 Gerfaut II (Aladin radar)                                                               Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 1.775 km/h  (1.103 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: modified.Nord.1405.with.Aladin.radar.above nose Max range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1956 (base version without radar) Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 210 m/s (41.340 ft/min) No built:
11,92 m    (39 ft 1 in)
6,66 m (21 ft 10 in)
3,55 m (11 ft 8 in)
5.250 kg (11.575 lb)
  1  
Engine:              1 x SNECMA Atar 101G-2 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 39 kN (1 x 8.768 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  1 x 43,15 kN (1 x 9.700 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: air-to-air missile Nord 5103    
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Nord 1500 Griffon I

1955
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 1500 Griffon I                                                                     Photo source: Alternatehistory.com  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 1.245 km/h (774 mph)    Length:
Type: research fighter Range:  NA   Span:
Description: designed to test combined turbojet-ramjet  Ferry range:  NA   Height:
  power unit, in its initial version as Grifon I it was  Ceiling:  NA   Max weight:
  powered solely by Atar tutbojet engine Climb rate:  NA   Number built:
First flight: 1955 Crew:  1    
14,54 m    (47 ft 8 in)
8,10 m (26 ft 7 in)
5,0 m (16 ft 5 in)
NA  
  1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x SNECMA Atar 101F-2 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 37,3 kN (1 x 8.378 lbf                                                                              
Armament: none    
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Nord 1500 Griffon II

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Nord 1500 Griffon II                                                                                         Photo source: Internet  
   
Manufacturer: Nord Aviation, France Max speed: 2.330 km/h (1.450 mph)   Length:
Type: research fighter Range: 750 km (466 mi) Span:
Description: powered by dual turbojet-ramjet powerplant   Ferry range: 1.850 km (1.150 mi) Height:
  with turbojet enabling unassisted take-offs and  Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
  ramjet producing extra thrust at high speed  Climb rate:  NA   Number built:
First flight: 1957 Crew:  1    
14,54 m    (47 ft 8 in)
8,10 m (26 ft 7 in)
5,0 m (16 ft 5 in)
7.065 kg (15.575 lb)
  1  
   
Engines:            1 x SNECMA Atar 101E-3 turbojet        
  1 x Nord Stato-Réacteur ramjet    
Thrust:    1 x 34,3 kN (1 x 7.710 lbf) turbojet                                                                              
  1 x 68 kN (1 x 15.290 lbf) ramjet    
Armament: none    
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SNCAC NC 1080

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: SNCAC NC 1080                                                                                 Photo source: Xplanes.free.fr  
   
Manufacturer: Société Nationale de Constructions  Max speed: 978 km/h (608 mph) Length:
  Aéronautiques du Centre (SNCAC), France Range: 1.550 km (963 mi) Span:
Type: naval fighter prototype   Ferry range: NA   Height:
Description: developed as part of a single-seat shipboard Ceiling: 14.200 m (46.590 ft) Max weight:
  fighter program, was competing against Climb rate: 25 m/s (4.920 ft/min)    Number built:
  Arsenal VG 90 and Nord 2200 First flight: 1949   Crew:
12,87 m    (42 ft 3 in)
12,00 m (39 ft 4 in)
4,70 m (15 ft 5 in)
7.800 kg (17.200 lb)
  1  
  1  
Engine:               1 x Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 3 x 30 mm (3 x 1.18 in)    
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Sud Aviation SO 4050 Vautour II N 

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud Aviation SO 4050 Vautour II N  
   
Manufacturer: Sud Aviation, France Max speed: 1.160 km/h (720 mph) Length:
Type: all-weather interceptor Combat range: 1.200 km (745 mi) Span:
Description: Vautour interceptor version with radar.in Ferry range: 5.000 km (3.105 mi) Height:
  nose & pilot and co-pilot in tandem seats Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.213 ft) Take.off.weight:
First flight: 1952 Climb rate: 60 m/s (11.810.ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 2        
17,55 m    (57 ft 7 in)
15,10 m (49 ft 6 in)
4,94 m (16 ft 3 in)
17.100 kg (37.700 lb)
149 (Vautour  total)
 73 (Vautour IIN)
Engines:             2 x SNECMA Atar 101E-3 turbojets        
Thrust:    2 x 34,3 kN (2 x 7.710 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 6    
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.900 kg (8.600 lb)    
 
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Sud-Est SE 535 Mistral

1951
SNCASE Mistral  
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Est SE 535 Mistral             Photo source: Vampire, Venom and Sea Vixen, Philip Birtles, 1986  
Sud-Est S.E.535 Mistral  
Manufacturer: Sud-Est, France Max speed: 925 km/h (575 mph)     Length:
Type: fighter aircraft Range: 1.180 km (733 mi) Span:
Description: de Havilland Vampire version produced in  Ferry range: 1.800 km (1.118 mi) Height:
  France with heavily modified air intakes to  Ceiling: 13.400 m (43.965 ft) Loaded weight:
  provide more air to the Nene engine Climb rate: NA    Number built:
First flight: 1951 Crew: 1    
9,37 m    (30 ft 9 in)
11,58 m (38 ft 0 in)
2,69 m (8 ft 10 in)
6.100 kg   (13.448 lb)
250  
   
Engine:               1 ×  Hispano-Suiza HS104 (Rolls-Royce Nene Mk 104)  turbojet engine     
Thrust:    1 x 22,25 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                              More info/sources:
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)   Aviastar
  Bombs: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb) or   Avions de la Guere d'Algerie
  Rockets: 8 x 27 kg (8 x 60 lb)   Valka
 
 
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Sud-Est SE 5000 / SE 5003 Baroudeur

1953
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Est SE 5003 Baroudeur                                          Photo source: Nhungdoicanh.blogspot.com  
Data for: SE 5003  
Manufacturer: Sud-Est, France Max speed: 1.140 km/h (709 mph) Length:
Type: lightweight fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: private-venture single-seat tactical support  Ferry range: NA   Height:
  fighter, was provided with combination of  Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.775 ft) Max weight:
  jettisonable take-off trolley and landing skids Climb rate: 71 m/s (13.975 ft/min)   Number built:
  like on Me 163 Komet First flight: 1953   Crew:
13,49 m    (44 ft 3 in)
10,00 m (32 ft 10 in)
3,04 m (10 ft 0 in)
7.150 kg (15.763 lb)
2 (SE.5000),  3 (SE.5003)
1  
Engine:              1 x SNECMA Atar 101D turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 29,4 kN (1 x 6.614 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 4    
  Hardpoints capacity: 950 kg (2.095 lb)    
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Sud-Est SE 203 Aquilon

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Est SE 203 Aquilon                         
Data for: Sud-Est SE 203 Aquilon  
Manufacturer: Sud-Est, France Max speed: 1.030 km/h (640 mph)   Length:
Type: naval fighter-bomber Range: 1.560 km (970 mi) Span:
Description: only single seater version of De Havilland Sea  Ferry range: 1.883 km (1.170 mi) Height:
  Venom built only in France (one seat had to be Ceiling: 14.630 m (48.000 ft) Max weight:
  removed to make place for new larger radar) Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1954 Crew: 1    
11,17 m    (36 ft 8 in)
13,07 m (42 ft 11 in)
2,60 m (14 ft 9 in)
9.450 kg (20.834 lb)
   41  
   
Engine:              1 x de Havilland Ghost 48 Mk.1 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 21,6 kN (1 x 4.850 lbf) with afterburner                                                                               
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2 x454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb)    
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Sud-Est SE 212 Durandal

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Est SE 212 Durandal                                                          Photo source: Flickr, Phlairline.com  
   
Manufacturer: Sud-Est, France Max speed: 1.667 km/h (1.036 mph) Length:
Type: experimental interceptor Range: NA   Span:
Description: French jet and rocket mixed-power  Ferry range: NA   Height:
  fighter aircraft of the mid 1950s Ceiling: 16.500 m (54.135 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: 200 m/s (39.000 ft/min)     Number built:
Crew: 1        
12,07 m    (39 ft 7 in)
7,44 m (24 ft 5 in)
3,98 m (13 ft 1 in)
6.700 kg (14.771 lb)
2  
   
Engines:              1 x SNECMA Atar 101F turbojet        
  1 x SEPR 75 rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 43 kN (1 x 9.700 lbf) SNECMA with afterburner                                                 
  1 x 7,35 kN (1 x 1.653 lbf) SEPR     
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Missiles: 1 x air-to-air missiles    
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Sud-Ouest SO 6020.01 Espadon

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6020.01 Espadon                                                                 Photo source: Airwar.ru  
Data for: SO 6020.01  
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 1.084 km/h  (674 mph)  Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: first French turbojet-powered single-seat fighter Endurance: 2 h 30 min   Height:
First flight: 1948 Ceiling: 10.200 m (33.465 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 16,7 m/s (3.280 ft/min) Number built:
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
10,60 m (34 ft 9 in)
4,50 m (14 ft 9 in)
9.410 kg (20.745 lb)
1  
Engine:             1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet      More info/sources:
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf                                                                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)    
        or 6 x 20 mm (6 x 0.79 in)    
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Sud-Ouest SO 6020.02 Espadon

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6020.02 Espadon   
Data for: SO 6020.02  
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 1.084 km/h (674 mph) Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: SO-6020 with lateral air inlets instead of Endurance: 2 h 30 min   Height:
  aft-mounted ventral air intake Ceiling: 10.200 m (33.465 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 16,7 m/s (3.280 ft/min)    Number built:
Crew: 1        
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
10,60 m (34 ft 9 in)
4,72 m (15 ft 6 in)
9.410 kg (20.745 lb)
1  
   
Engine:                1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)    
        or 6 x 20 mm (6 x 0.79 in)    
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Sud-Ouest SO 6020 Espadon (Turbomeca Marbore)

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6020 Espadon (Turbomeca Marbore)                                     Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: NA           Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: modified from SO 6020.01 with turbojets Endurance: NA   Height:
  on wingtips to test Trident configuration Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1952 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1                  
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
NA  
NA  
NA   
1  
   
Engines:                 1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
  2 x Turbomeca Marboré turbojets    
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf) Rolls-Royce                                                                           
  2 x 3,9 kN (2 x 882 lbf) Turbomeca dry thrust    
  2 x 4,9 kN (2 x 1.100 lbf) Turbomeca with afterburner    
Armament: NA    
 
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Sud-Ouest SO 6021 Espadon

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6021 Espadon                                              Photo source: Klassiker-der-luftfahrt.de  
Data for: SO 6021  
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 1.000 km/h (621 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: NA   Span:
Description: SO 6020 with enlarged tail, reduced weight Ferry range: NA   Height:
  and lateral air inlets instead of aft-mounted  Ceiling: 13.000 m (42.650 ft) Loaded weight:
  ventral air intake Climb rate: 18,3 m/s (3.609 ft/min)   Number built:
First flight: 1950 Crew: 1    
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
10,60 m (34 ft 9 in)
4,72 m (15 ft 6 in)
6.870 kg (15.145 lb)
1  
More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf                                                                              
Armament: Guns: 6 x 20 mm (6 x 0.79 in)    
       
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Sud-Ouest SO 6025 Espadon

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6025 Espadon                                                    Photo source: Flickr, Phlairline.com  
Data for: SO 6025  
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 1.100 km/h (684 mph)     Length:
Type: mixed power interceptor Range: 950 km (590 mi) Span:
Description: first European supersonic aircraft at level flight, Ferry range: NA   Height:
  fitted with auxiliary rocket motor in gondola  Ceiling: 13.000 m (42.650 ft) Gross weight:
  under belly, modified from SO 6020.02 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1949 Crew: 1    
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
10,60 m (34 ft 9 in)
4,72 m (15 ft 6 in)
9.040 kg (19.930 lb)
1  
   
Engines:            1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
  1 x SEPR.251 rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf) Rolls-Royce                                                                           
  1 x 14,7 kN (1 x 3.307 lbf) SEPR    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
            4 x 12,7 mm (4 x 0.50 in)    
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 Sud-Ouest SO 6026 Espadon

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 6026 Espadon                                 Photo source: Nico Braas, 1000 Aircraft Photos  
also called SO 6020.03  
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: Mach 1           Length:
Type: mixed power interceptor Range: NA   Span:
Description: modified SO 6020 with rocket engine in Ferry range: NA   Height:
  fuselage and rocket fuel in wingtips Ceiling: 13.000 m (42.650 ft)      Gross weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1                  
15,00 m    (49 ft 3 in)
10,60 m (34 ft 9 in)
4,72 m (15 ft 6 in)
9.040 kg (19.930 lb)
1  
   
Engines:               1 x Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet        
  1 x SEPR.251 rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf) Rolls-Royce                                                                           
  1 x 14,7 kN (1 x 3.307 lbf) SEPR    
Armament: NA    
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Sud-Ouest SO 8000 Narval

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 8000 Narval                                                        Photo source: Flickr, Phlairline.com  
   
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 730 km/h (455 mph) Length:
Type: shipboard fighter Range: 4.500 km (2.800 mi) Span:
Description: naval fighter prototype with twin-boom configu- Ferry range: NA   Height:
  ration, sweptback wing & tricycle undercarriage Ceiling: 9.800 m (32.152 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 14 m/s (2.755 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1             
11,83 m    (38 ft 10 in)
11,77 m (38 ft 7 in)
3,20 m (10 ft 6 in)
7.000 kg (15.432 lb)
2  
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Engines:             1 x SNECMA Arsenal 12H-02 (Junkers Jumo 213) pusher engine with contra-rotating propellers    
Power:    1 x 1.678 kW (1 x 2.250 HP)                                   
Armament: Guns: 6 x 20 mm (6 x 0.79 in)    
  Bombs: 1.000 kg (2.205 lb)    
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Sud-Ouest SO 9000 Trident

1953
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 9000 Trident                           
   
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 1.780 km/h (1.105 mph)     Length:
Type: research interceptor aircraft Range: NA   Span:
Description: interceptor with turbojets for auxiliary power Ferry range: NA   Height:
  and a rocket motor for primary thrust  Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.200 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1953 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1             
14,37 m    (47 ft 2 in)
7,57 m (24 ft 10 in)
2,84 m (9 ft 4 in)
5.055 kg (11.145 lb)
2  
   
Engines:             3 x SEPR 481 rocket engines        
  2 x Turbomeca Marboré turbojets    
Thrust:    3 x 14,7 kN (3 x 3.307 lbf) SEPR                                                                           
  2 x 3,9 kN (2 x 880 lbf) Turbomeca    
Armament: NA    
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Sud-Ouest SO 9050 Trident II

1955
 
Aircraft on photo: Sud-Ouest SO 9050 Trident II                                                              Photo source: Jpcolliat.free.fr  
   
Manufacturer: Sud-Ouest, France Max speed: 2.120 km/h (1.317 mph)    Length:
Type: interceptor Range: NA   Span:
Description: SO 9000 with smaller wing, more powerful Ferry range: NA   Height:
  engines and tall undercariage to give Ceiling: 26.000 m (85.300 ft) Max weight:
  clearance for air-to-air missiles  Climb rate: NA   Numbar built:
First flight: 1955 Crew: 1    
13,26 m    (43 ft 6 in)
6,25 m (20 ft 6 in)
3,20 m (10 ft 6 in)
5.900 kg (13.007 lb)
7 + 6 (un completed)
   
Engines:              2 x SEPR 632 rocket engines        
  2 x Turbomeca Gabizo turbojets    
Thrust:    2 x 14,7 kN (2 x 3.307 lbf) SEPR                                                                           
  2 x 10,8 kN (2 x 2.425 lbf) Turbomeca dry thrust    
  2 x 14,7 kN (2 x 3.307 lbf) Turbomeca with afterburner    
Armament: Missiles: 1 x Matra R 511 air-to-air missile    
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