It was a typography mistake or the foreseen name of the 2415 was, at first, 2412. But, finally, the second prototype of the "Grognard" (the subject of the article) was named 2415, not 2412.hesham said:From Ailes 10/1950,
it's the first time to hear about SNACSE SE.2412 ?.
And the article is from 10.1950 and the SE.2415 made its first flight on 14.02.1951 with Pierre Nadot as pilot.Next tests in Toulouse of SE.2412, second modified version of SE.2410, equipped, like the precedent, with two Nene turbojet engines built by Hispano-Suiza. It is Nadot who will test this aircraft, likely to be a very modern light bomber