Title: Dassault Etendard

The Dassault-Breguet Etendard was a carrier-borne naval strike fighter. It was initially developed as the Etendard IV which first flew in 1956 and entered service in 1961. 90 examples of two variants, the IVM and IVP, served with the Aeronavale until 1991. An improved and modernised version, the Super Etendard first flew in 1977, and was the first French combat aircraft to have a modern integrated weapons and navigation system. 71 examples were delivered to the Aeronavale and 14 examples also served with the Argentine Navy.

This title contains the flight manuals for all three versions of the Etendard and Super Etendard in Aeronavale service. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Aeronavale Manuel Du Pilote for the Dassault Etendard IVM, UCC AN 101 dated Mar 64, with approx 341 pages.
  • Aeronavale Manuel Du Pilote for the Dassault Etendard IVP, UCC AN 106 dated Sept 90, with approx 364 pages.
  • Aeronavale Manuel Pilote for the Dassault Super Etendard, UCC AN 105 dated Mar 78 revised to July 91, with approx 421 pages.