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Hi,

Fouga CM.176 jer trainer derivative from Magister.

the Fouga CM-220 was COIN aircraft project and CM-212 was
twin engined tactical attack aircraft project powered by 1200 kg
Hispano-Suiza R-800 turbojets.
do you know Fouga CM-192 and CM-230 ?.
 
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The CM-230 was a design from 1956 for an AOP aircraft (see :
Planeurs et Avions, Christian Castello, le Lerard).
The CM-192 I haven't still found, would look into the direction
of the CM-191, that was the Potez-Heinkel Magister derivative
with side-by-side seating. The nearby designation probably
wasn't just accidentally.
 

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My dear Jemiba,

thank you my dear and for CM-192 it was mentioned in;
http://www.acam.asso.fr/histo/premiers_equipements7.php?PHPSESSID=104390befd43a5c3c1f69293ea1a1405
 

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Hi all,

found in a old french magazine ( unknown ). Any informations, drawings or data?

Servus Maveric
 

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Hi Maveric,

The picture may be for the Fouga CM-9.
 

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Hi,

does anyone know the Fouga 02-937 project?.
 

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Do you have any indication, from which time it is ?
 

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My dear Jemiba,

it was mentioned in George Messier site,do you remember it ?.
 

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Jemiba - no need: I'll point them here. Half of them are members anyway.......
 

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Couldn't keep my hands from trying to figure out, what the mentioned light transport
could have looked like, roughly based on the Magister and with the engines installed
on the V-tail.
Maybe someone remembers having seen such a concept and comes up with additional
informations ? ;)
 

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Found this little Text for the Fouga C.M.212...

(Source: Docavia 28)

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Hi!

I want to share the link on beautiful French-language site, describing whole range of Castel-Maboussin aircraft and gliders
http://pletav.free.fr/Accueil.htm
There is a lot of photos, 3-views, and historical documents.

Cheers!
 

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Hi,


does anyone know the Fouga bomber and seaplane projects ?,they mention
in the Trait d'Union magazine issue 206.
 

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Yes !
The Delta project and the glider project
the 2 from "le fana de l'aviation july 1995
Bye
 

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toura said:
Yes !
The Delta project and the glider project
the 2 from "le fana de l'aviation july 1995
Bye


My dear Toura,


can you ID the glider project ?,I mean,what Fouga designation it was allocated ?,CM-?.
 

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My dear Hesham
The same 3 views and this little explanation
no type number ! Perhaps a study for the CM 10 ?
bye
 

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hesham said:
Hi,

does anyone know the Fouga 02-937 project?.


Thank you my dear Toura,


there is also anther unknown design to Fouga, the 02-937 project,it was mentioned
in Georges Messier site.
 

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No indication of this cargo glider in Christians Castellos "Planeurs et Avions", sorry. It's only
mentioned, that work on such aircraft for military and civil use was started as early as 1939.

BTW, I've split all posts regarding the Magister and its predecssors/successors and derivatives
and moved them to this thread:
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,262.0.html
So, please post all stuff with this content there.
 

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Greetings All -

a recent donation of a collection to the Museum had a brochure for the Potez-Heinkel CM 191. Here's a few scans from the brochure.

Enjoy the Day! Mark
 

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Most of what is in this brochure is now added to my web site about the history of personal jets (thanks Mark!) and in the process, I have improved some of the scans and in particular the inboard profile which was split between two pages without connection - I have reconstructed the centerline.
-Luc
 

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Maveric said:
found in a old french magazine ( unknown ). Any informations, drawings or data?

This was developed under Castel-Mauboussin, not the later Fouga.

It was a six-ton assault glider project from 1942, very similar to the American Laister-Kauffmann proposal.
 

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Stargazer2006 said:
Maveric said:
found in a old french magazine ( unknown ). Any informations, drawings or data?

This was developed under Castel-Mauboussin, not the later Fouga.

It was a six-ton assault glider project from 1942, very similar to the American Laister-Kauffmann proposal.


Great info Stargazer,


what is your source,please.
 

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hesham said:
what is your source,please.

The project was shown and discussed here: http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,8576.msg76354.html#msg76354

As you'll see, this is clearly the very same three-view.

Castel-Mauboussin was the CM- in later Fouga designations, hence the amalgamation of the two.
 

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OK Stargazer,


but until this moment,we can't ID the designation of that aircraft,CM-?.
 

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As I said before,there was no CM-212 (wrong designation),but the right is CM-210,

from TU 297 magazine.
 

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