The Dassault MD 311 & 312 Flamant Crossover at Airshow Aerodrome de Cambrai, Nierges, France.
The aircraft was used for pilot training, navigation training, light transport, maritime surveillance and light ground attack. During the Algerian War of Independence the plane was used for light attack with the Nord SS.11 and AS.11 antitank missiles or with machine guns, bombs, and rockets. In addition to the French air force, the Flamant served in Cambodia, Madagascar, Tunisia, and Vietnam.
MD 311: Bombing, navigation and photography training aircraft, 39 built.
MD 312: Six-seat transport and communications aircraft, 142 built.
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