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Fouga CM 170 Magister

The Magister was the first jet primary trainer to enter production; the prototype first flew in 1952.  In addition to production in France, this aircraft was produced under license in Germany, Finland and Israel.

As a light-attack aircraft, the Magister saw combat in the Six Day War in 1967.  Over 800 were built.

Specifications (CM 170) Designations
Type: Trainer
Engine: two 882 lb (3.9 kN) thrust Turbomeca Marbore IIA turbojets
CM 170: Initial design
CM 175: Navalized version (named Zephyr)
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