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Dassault Étendard IVM/IVP v1.4

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Dassault Étendard IVM/IVP


Etendard IV was like its predecessors a light attack aircraft. In 1956, this unit interests Navy as an embedded multi-role fighter. In December 1956, a semi-navalized prototype is controlled. In May 1957, 5 copies of fully navalized pre-production are controlled by the Navy, which gets its name from Etendard IVM. The first prototype took place May 21, 1958, and the first pre-series will follow on December 21 the same year. Both devices are powered by a SNECMA Atar 08B thrust of 4.4 tonnes. pre-production copies provided with tips of folding wings, the landing gear to be strengthened and the catapult and arrested a drag hook. The second copy of preproduction was pushed by a Rolls-Royce Avon 51 5 tons of thrust, he carried a camera in the nose and was named Etendard IVP (used for tactical reconnaissance). Between 1963 and 1965, 69 Etendard IVM and 21 PVI were delivered to the French air arm, they remained in service until 1991, when they were replaced by the Super-Etendard.


Original 3D model by Bobrock (Giuseppe Valfrè)
Templates by 7eleven & Ludo.m54


Texture and Decals - PauloPanz
Data.ini and cockpit.ini - Coupi


Special gratefulness to Coupi, paulopanz and 7eleven.
Thank Coupi and paulopanz for this and other projects we participate.

What's New in Version v1.4


  • v1.2
  • - Sound, Light, ThrottleRate, WingFold ANIMATION Speed (Spillone104 update);
  • - Etendard IVM weapons station, loadout (jeanba update);
  • - Etendard IVP Nose fix (Thanks 76.IAP-Blackbird).
  • v1.3
  • - New cockpit and HUD transparency.
  • v1.4
  • - Fix Warning panel lights
  • - Fix Model
  • - Update Loadout.ini

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Nice, Thank you all , my SF2 French Navy aircraft collection is near to be completed except the Fouga CM.175 Zéphyr (Veltro2K made a good Fouga CM.170 Magister 3D main model, Stary a fantastic cockpit), and of course the SNCASE Aquilon series

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