Breguet Br.460 Vultur
Breguet - Br.460 Vultur - 1935 - Франция
Страна: Франция
Год: 1935

Twin-engined multi-seat fighter monoplane
Бомбардировщик "Бреге-460", погибший в разведывательном полете 5 марта 1937 года
The Breguet 462-B-4 "Vultur" Multi-seat Fighter Monoplane (two Gnome-Rhone 14No engine).
Part of the Presidential escort before the Breguet Vultur (462 B4) heavy bomber.
In the foreground is the ANF 200A-3 three-seat army co-operation parasol monoplane. ANF was a somewhat compact abbreviation for Les Ateliers de Constructions du Nord de la France et des Mureaux and also known as simply ‘Mureaux’. The 200 was a development of the 113R.2 and 115.R2 reconnaissance and light fighter parasols. To the right is the ANF 190C-1 prototype single-seat fighter. Immediately in the background is the Morane-Saulnier MS.430 and behind it the Breguet 462 Vultur. At top right is the nose of the huge four-engined Farman 224 No.11 in Air France colours and named 'Centaure II'.
The new Breguet 460 (two 800 h.p. Mistral Majors);
A real flying citadel: the Breguet 460-M5 multi-seater is estimated to do 239 m.p.h. at over 13,000 ft. with a pair of 900 h.p. Gnome Rhone Mistral Majors