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Breguet Br.960 Vultur was a French prototype carrier-based attack
aircraft that first flew on 3 August 1951. Only two examples were
built, but the work done on them later proved useful in the
development of the Aliz ASW aircraft. The Vultur was a mixed-power
design, combining an Armstrong Siddeley Mamba turboprop in the nose
with a Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet in the tail. It was a low-wing
aircraft, with the wing featuring a swept leading edge and a
straight trailing edge, and folding at the middle. The aircraft had
tricycle landing gear, with the main gear hinged in the wings just
inside the wing fold and retracting towards the fuselage, and the
nose gear retracting backwards.
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