Title 1 contains:
- Luftwaffe Flughandbuch for the Noratlas 2501D, GAF TO 1C-NOR2501-1 dated 1-11-69, with approx 438 pages. This manual follows the USAF format but is in the German language.
- Luftwaffe Standing Operating Procedures Part III, Aircraft Operating Procedures Noratlas. Dated 1-10-65, with approx 121 pages, in the English language.
- Manufacturer’s brochure on the N2501 Noratlas, publication A.101 with approx 30 pages, in English.
Title 2 contains:
- Armee de L’Air manual “Manuel d’Utilisation de L’avion Nord 2501” (the French Air Force flight manual), with separate text (texte) and illustrations (planches), all in the French language:
- Texte. UCD 101 dated March 1968 revised to January 1971 with approx. 154 pages.
- Planches. UCD 101 dated January 1971 with approx. 195 pages.
- Armee de L’Air manual “Notice Technique d’Utilisation de l’Avion Cargo Nord 2501 en vue de l’Aerotransport du Parachutage et du Largage” (Instructions for transporting and dropping parachutists), in two volumes in the French language:
- MAT-2232/1/2 Part 1 – Description, dated 1963 with approx. 79 pages.
- MAT-2232/2 Part 2 – Operations, dated 1963 with approx. 82 pages.
Title 3 contains:
- Armee de L’Air manual “Notice Descriptive et de Fonctionnement de L’avion Nord 2501” (the French Air Force maintenance manual), two volumes with separate text (texte) and illustrations (planches), all in the French language
- Tome 1 – Texte. NCD 101-1-1 dated October 1958 revised to June 1980 with approx. 103 pages.
- Tome 1 – Planches. NCD 101-1-2 dated October 1958 revised to Jan 1975 with approx. 113 pages.
- Tome 2 – Texte. NCD 101-2-1 dated October 1958 revised to November 1979 with approx. 186 pages.
- Tome 2 – Planches. NCD 101-2-2 dated October 1958 revised to June 1978 with approx. 136 pages.
- (Note. This manual has three volumes (Tomes), we have only the first two.)
- Manufacturer’s brochure on the N2502 and N2508 Noratlas, publication A.107 with approx 34 pages, in English. (These were proposed civil versions of the Noratlas, the N2502 using the Bristol Hercules engines, and the N2508 using the Pratt & Whitney R2800 engines.)