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MH1521 Broussard

Country of Origin: France


The Broussard (Bushman) was a French utility/liaison aircraft, originally designed as a light observation aircraft. Only one variant saw military use, with several available for civil use.

The high wing had a constant chord, moderate dihedral, and rounded tips. Single struts extended from mid-span to the landing gear mounts at the bottom of the fuselage. The trailing edge had single-slotted flaps inboard of ailerons. The tail group had two tall vertical surfaces fitted as...

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