Fouga Magister seen here at the Olympic Air Show 2012 in Olympia WA.
The Fouga Magister (company designation CM.170) is a 1950s French two-seat jet trainer. The related CM.175 Zephyr was a carrier-capable version for the French Navy.
French budget cuts led to reductions throughout the Air Force, including the dissolution of the Patrouille de France . Nonetheless, a few months later, keen that the Patrouille de France name should not be lost, the Ministry of Defence decided to create an official "Patrouille de l'École de l'air". Its team of six Fouga Magister aircraft stationed once again at Salon-de-Provence and became France's premier aerial display team for the next 16 years.
The final display involving the Fouga Magister, now nine in number, took place on September 16, 1980 at their home base of Salon-de-Provence. They were replaced by seven Alpha Jet, with an additional plane added in 1982. The aircraft has remained unchanged to this day.
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