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Sud-Ouest SO-4050 Vautour II






Last updated on: March 11, 2016

149 of these twin-engined all-metal fighter bombers were built, serving in both French and Israeli Air Forces for some time before being replaced by more modern planes.

At the end of this page is a list of people who have graciously offered their help. Thank you all very much!


SO-4050 Prototype 001
*Two-seat all-weather fighter prototype.
*10/16/1952: First flight.
*Factory registration F-ZWRU.
*CEV.
*5/16/1956: Crashed near Vosves.


SO-4050 Prototype 002
*Single-seat ground-attack prototype.
*12/16/1952: First flight.
*Factory registration F-ZWSL.
*CEV.
*CEAM.
*9/19/1957: Written off at Istres AB.


SO-4050 Prototype 003
*Two-seat bomber prototype.
*12/5/1954: First flight.
*Factory registration F-ZWSR.
*CEV.


SO-4050 Preproduction 04
*3/18/1955: First flight.
*3/25/1955: Delivered to the French AF.
*Factory registration F-ZWTA.
*Converted to Vautour IIBR recon variant.
*1956: Written off at Mont-de-Marsan AB.


SO-4050 Preproduction 05
*Factory registration F-ZWTB.
*Struck off charge.


SO-4050 Preproduction 06
*Factory registration F-ZWTC.
*Struck off charge.


SO-4050 Preproduction 07
*Factory registration F-ZWTD.
*EB 92.
*Struck off charge.


SO-4050 Preproduction 08
*Factory registration F-ZWTE.
*Struck off charge.


SO-4050 Preproduction 09
*Factory registration F-ZWTF.
*7/12/1957: Written off at Cazaux AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 1
*4/30/1956: First flight.
*6/15/1956: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV.
*3/4/1965: Crashed at Bordeaux-Merignac AB. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 2
*6/12/1956: First flight.
*7/24/1956: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*CEAM.
*92-AB.
*7/1970: Assigned as a ground trainer at Rochefort AB.
*Was preserved at Cazaux AB.
*Currently preserved at the Savigny-les-Beaune Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 3
*7/31/1956: First flight.
*3/15/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*Converted to Vautour IIBR recon variant, as 3.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 4
*9/13/1956: First flight.
*10/10/1956: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 92.
*Used as a test aircraft.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 5
*11/6/1956: First flight.
*4/2/1956: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*CEAM.
*6/15/1961: Crashed at Bordeaux-Merignac AB. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 6
*12/13/1958: First flight.
*2/1/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*2/14/1963: Written off at Saint Paul de Blaye?
*Preserved at Hao, Tuamotu Islands?


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 7
*1/24/1957: First flight.
*4/2/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*CEAM.
*EB 92.
*12/1967: Sold to Israel in violation of the arms embargo.
*1968: Entered service with the Israeli AF as 30.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 8
*2/17/1957: First flight.
*4/27/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 92.
*Tested as the sole V2A tanker.
*1967: Sold to Israel.
*1/1969: Entered service with the Israeli AF as 29.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.
*Used as a decoy at Refidim AB in the Sinai.
*Donated to Kibbutz Kefar-Giladi for display.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 9
*3/31/1958: First flight.
*2/21/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*Converted to Vautour IIBR recon variant.
*Used for barriers tests at Istres AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 10
*3/20/1957: First flight.
*6/18/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*4/20/1961: Crashed near Cognac AB after a collision with Vautour 11. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 11
*4/4/1957: First flight.
*6/26/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*4/20/1961: Crashed near Cognac AB after a collision with Vautour 10. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 12
*4/16/1957: First flight.
*7/1957: Sold directly from the factory to the Israeli AF as 05 and 505.
4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 13
*6/8/1957: First flight.
*7/1957: Sold directly from the factory to the Israeli AF as 03, 103 and 303.
*4/23/1969: Shot down over Jordan.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 14
*7/4/1957: First flight.
*8/15/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*11/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 07 and 107.
*6/5/1967: Shot down near Dummyer, Syria.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 15
*7/25/1957: First flight.
*11/8/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 09� and 109.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.
*Preserved at the IAF Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 16
*7/10/1957: First flight.
*11/8/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 11 and 116.
*7/25/1962: Crashed. Pilot was killed. Or on 1/25/1962?


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 17
*8/1/1957: First flight.
*11/8/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 12.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.
*Was eventually a decoy at Refidim AB in the Sinai.
*Preserved at the IAF Haifa Technical School? Not the right airframe?


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 18
*8/13/1957: First flight.
*10/17/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*11/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 08.
*6/6/1967: Shot down by ground fire over the Syrian Heights.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 19
*8/17/1957: First flight.
*11/26/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 14, 114 and 214.
*6/7/1967: Shot down near Iraqi AB H-3.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 20
*8/17/1957: First flight.
*1/4/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 20.
*6/28/1964: Damaged beyond repair in a landing accident.
*Due to the French arms embargo, the wreck was refurbished, starting in 1968.
*7/1970: Rebuilt and returned to service.
*Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 21
*9/9/1957: First flight.
*11/26/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1957: Sold to the Israeli AF as 17 and 517.
*6/6/1967: Credited with shooting down a Jordanian Hunter.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.
*Eventually used as a decoy at Refidim AB in the Sinai.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 22
*9/6/1957: First flight.
*11/26/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*1/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 18 and 180.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 23
*9/27/1957: First flight.
*12/20/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*1/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 15 and 115.
*11/25/1962: Crashed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 24
*10/22/1957: First flight.
*1/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 21, 210, and 421.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 25
*12/18/1957: First flight.
*2/19/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 25.
*7/21/1959: Crashed after a midair collision with IAF Vautour 27.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 26
*12/18/1957: First flight.
*2/19/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*7/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 26, 126, and 226.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.
*Preserved at Ramat David AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 27
*1/2/1958: First flight.
*2/19/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*6/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 22.
*7/21/1959: Crashed after a midair collision with IAF Vautour 25. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 28
*1/2/1958: First flight.
*3/18/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*3/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 23 and 123.
*Used as the testbed for the Shafrir-1 missile.
*7/22/1962: Destroyed after the missile blew up on the ground while mounted on the aircraft.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 29
*1/21/1958: First flight.
*4/9/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*11/29/1962: Crashed at Bordeaux-Merignac AB. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIA 30
*2/24/1958: First flight.
*4/24/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*7/9/1963: Crashed at Bordeaux-Merignac AB. Pilot was killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 301
*10/10/1956: First flight.
*2/20/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV.
*Used as a testbed for the Mirage III�s Cyrano radar and fitted with a special nosecone.
*1964: Sold to the Israeli AF as 70.
*4/1972: Withdrawn from use.
*Was a decoy in the Sinai for a time.
*Currently preserved at the IAF Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 302
*11/28/1956: First flight.
*2/21/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*Currently preserved at Hao, Tuamotu Islands.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 303
*1/1957: First flight.
*7/30/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV
*3/24/1964: Written off at Saint Nazaire?
*Reported to be a target tug at Cazaux AB for some time, marked as "3". Unconfirmed?


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 304
*12/16/1956: First flight.
*5/21/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*1970-73: CEV as DR.
*Currently preserved at the Savigny-les-Beaune Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 305
*2/26/1957: First flight.
*6/19/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*ECTT 30.
*Used for nuclear bomb tests.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 306
*3/11/1957: First flight.
*6/18/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*6-QA.
*1972: 30-MA.
*1975: 30-MA.
*1978: Scrapped at Orleans AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 307
*3/21/1957: First flight.
*6/28/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*6-QB.
*ECTT 30.
*CEV.
*Was preserved at Nancy-Essey AB.
*Currently preserved at Dugny AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 308
*4/4/1957: First flight.
*7/9/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*6-QC.
*30-OI.
*1971-75: 30-MC.
*1977: 30-MC.
*Currently preserved at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 309
*5/29/1957: First flight.
*7/25/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*Used for nuclear bomb tests.
*Scrapped at Hao, Tuamotu Islands.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 310
*4/10/1957: First flight.
*8/8/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*Institue for Aviation and Space Technology, at Toulouse.
*30-MM.
*1971-72: 30-MI.
*1975: 30-MI.
*1977: 30-MI.
*1978: Scrapped at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 311
*6/12/1957: First flight.
*7/25/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: ECTT 3/33 for conversion of Israeli aircrews.
*EC 6.
*ECTT 30.
*1/17/1961: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 312
*7/2/1957: First flight.
*8/8/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*7/29/1958: Written off at Tours AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 313
*7/23/1957: First flight.
*9/10/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QC.
*1960-61: 30-GI.
*30-MC.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 314
*7/23/1957: First flight.
*10/10/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OC.
*1968: 30-MG.
*1972: 30-MB.
*1975: 30-MB.
*1977: 30-MB.
*1978: Scrapped at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 315
*7/27/1957: First flight.
*9/10/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QD.
*30-GK.
*30-MD.
*8/21/1968: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 316
*7/13/1957: First flight.
*9/10/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 317
*7/29/1957: First flight.
*9/16/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QE.
*30-ME.
*1978: Scrapped at Hao, Tuamotu Islands.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 318
*8/13/1957: First flight.
*10/10/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QF.
*1969-72: 30-MF.
*1975: 30-MF.
*1977: 30-MF.
*1978: Scrapped at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 319
*7/30/1957: First flight.
*9/16/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*EC 6.
*ECTT 30.
*12/27/1960: Crashed in Algeria.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 320
*8/13/1957: First flight.
*1/4/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OM.
*4/11/1968: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 321
*8/30/1957: First flight.
*12/2/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OG.
*1968-72: 30-MH.
*1975: 30-MH.
*1977: 30-MH.
*1978: Scrapped at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 322
*9/17/1957: First flight.
*12/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV.
*ECTT 3/30.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 61.
*119 Squadron.
*7/5/1969: Destroyed in a ground accident.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 323
*1957: First flight.
*12/2/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-MI.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 324
*10/7/1957: First flight.
*12/19/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-QG.
*1972: 30-ME.
*1/31/1973: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 325
*10/22/1957: First flight.
*1/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 62 and 162.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 326
*11/25/1957: First flight.
*1/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 65.
*6/7/1967: Shot down near Iraqi AB H-3.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 327
*11/12/1957: First flight.
*1/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 66.
*4/21/1963: Damaged beyond repair in a collision with an IAF Fouga.
*Due to French arms embargo, wreck was refurbished.
*9/1966: Returned to service.
*4/1972: Withdrawn from use.
*Used as a decoy at Refidim AB in the Sinai.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 328
*12/1/1957: First flight.
*6/10/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 64.
*1/11/1961: Crashed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 329
*1/20/1958: First flight.
*4/17/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*6/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 67 and 167.
*4/1971: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 330
*2/14/1958: First flight.
*7/23/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 69.
*1/1964: Exchanged with France for 301. Why?
*1968-72: 30-ML.
*4/1974: Withdrawn from use.
*Currently preserved at the National Aviation Museum at Le Bourget.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 331
*3/21/1958: First flight.
*9/30/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*30-MJ.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 332
*4/12/1958: First flight.
*6/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*3/22/1968: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 333
*4/11/1958: First flight.
*7/18/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QQ.
*30-GJ.
*1970-72: 30-MQ.
*1975: 30-MQ.
*30-MW.
*1978: Scrapped at Cambrai AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 334
*5/13/1958: First flight.
*7/18/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-MN.
*1968: 30-MK.
*1975: 30-MK.
*1976: Scrapped at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 335
*6/10/1958: First flight.
*8/1/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1965: 30-ML.
*2/2/1966: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 336
*6/28/1958: First flight.
*6/4/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OK.
*30-FW.
*1969-72: 30-MO.
*1975: 30-MO.
*5/1978: Scrapped at Avord AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 337
*7/10/1958: First flight.
*4/23/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*Institue for Aviation and Space Technology, at Toulouse.
*1964: CEV.
*1971-74: Used as a testbed for the Mirage III�s Cyrano radar and fitted with a special nosecone, as F-ZADN.
*Currently preserved at Melun-Villaroche AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 338
*9/16/1958: First flight.
*2/18/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-QE.
*1978: 30-MN.
*30-OE.
*Was preserved at Clermont-Ferrand AB.
*Currently preserved at Montpellier AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 339
*10/6/1958: First flight.
*3/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968: 6-QM.
*30-MB.
*1970: 30-MM.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 340
*10/13/1958: First flight.
*3/6/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OL.
*2/24/1965: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 341
*2/11/1958: First flight.
*3/6/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 342
*3/7/1959: First flight.
*5/26/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1960-61: 6-QN.
*30-OH.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 343
*3/13/1959: First flight.
*6/4/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QR.
*1968-70: 30-MR.
*1975: 30-MR.
*1978: 92-AL.
*7/1987: Withdrawn from use at Cazaux AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 344
*4/23/1959: First flight.
*6/24/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*ECTT 30.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 345
*4/24/1959: First flight.
*6/24/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*6-QP.
*30-FD.
*1970: 30-MP.
*1972: 30-MP.
*Was preserved at Saint Dizier AB.
*5/1987: Salvaged.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 346
*1/16/1958: First flight.
*3/27/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*Institue for Aviation and Space Technology, at Toulouse.
*5/20/1961: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 347
*6/8/1959: First flight.
*7/30/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*1968: 30-FB.
*1972: 30-FB.
*Currently preserved at Reims-Champagne AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 348
*6/29/1959: First flight.
*10/21/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FC.
*1970: CEV.
*1974: Used as a testbed for the Mirage III�s Cyrano radar and fitted with a special nosecone, as F-AZHP.
*1992: CEV.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 349
*7/23/1959: First flight.
*10/21/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1970-72: 30-FO.
*30-FD.
*30-FI.
*1976-78: 92-AE.
*6/1978: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 350
*9/3/1959: First flight.
*10/21/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FE.
*8/21/1968: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 351
*9/18/1959: First flight.
*10/21/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FF.
*1967-70: Tests at Bretigny AB as DF.
*11/20/1970: Written off at Bretigny AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 352
*1959: First flight.
*12/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FG.
*11/8/1962: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 353
*9/30/1959: First flight.
*12/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FH.
*7/1/1964: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 354
*10/3/1959: First flight.
*5/23/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1972: 30-FI.
*1973-78: 92-AA.
*Was preserved at Solenzara AB, Corsica.
*Currently preserved at Bordeaux AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 355
*10/19/1959: First flight.
*1/20/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*1966-72: 30-FJ.
*30-FV.
*30-FH.
*30-MI.
*1976: CEV.
*Currently preserved at Bretigny-sur-Orge.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 356
*10/29/1959: First flight.
*1/6/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FK.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 357
*10/10/1959: First flight.
*1/20/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968-72: 30-FL.
*1973-78: 92-AD.
*4/16/1978: Crashed due to a hydraulics failure. Or on 4/14/1978?


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 358
*11/24/1959: First flight.
*2/9/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968-72: 30-FM.
*CEV.
*Currently preserved in the city of Orange.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 359
*12/1959: First flight.
*4/21/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FN.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 360
*12/15/1959: First flight.
*4/19/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FO.
*12/10/1960: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 361
*1/6/1960: First flight.
*4/19/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OA.
*4/14/1964: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 362
*1/25/1960: First flight.
*4/19/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FQ.
*1/13/1967: Written off.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 363
*2/9/1960: First flight.
*4/21/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FR.
*30-OD.
*1966-76: CEV as DE.
*Used as a testbed for the Mirage III�s Cyrano radar and fitted with a special nosecone.
*1976: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 364
*2/23/1960: First flight.
*4/21/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FS.
*1968-69: 30-FF.
*30-OM.
*1976-78: 92-AY.
*Currently preserved at Mont-de-Marsan AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 365
*3/21/1960: First flight.
*4/21/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FT.
*1972: 30-FD.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 366
*3/15/1960: First flight.
*5/4/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FU.
*1968-72: 30-FG.
*1976-78: 92-AG.
*1978: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 367
*4/7/1960: First flight.
*5/13/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*1970: 30-FH.
*1972: 30-FV.
*1972: 30-FH.
*1975: 30-FH.
*30-MI.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 368
*5/3/1960: First flight.
*8/5/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FW.
*1970-72: 30-FK.
*30-OJ.
*Currently preserved at Saint Dizier AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 369
*6/21/1960: First flight.
*7/18/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-FX.
*1968-72: 30-FN.
*30-OH.
*Was preserved at Saint Dizier AB.
*Currently preserved at Luxeuil AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIN 370
*7/18/1960: First flight.
*7/28/1960: Delivered to the French AF.
*30-OY.
*1968: 30-FA.
*1972: 30-FA.
*30-MN.
*1976-78: 92-AZ.
*Was preserved at Saint Dizier AB.
*Currently preserved at Solenzara AB, Corsica.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 601
*7/31/1957: First flight.
*12/3/1957: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-AJ.
*1969: 92-AA.
*9/1/1969: Crashed during a night landing at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 602
*9/6/1957: First flight.
*3/21/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEAM.
*92-AK.
*1971-78: 92-AB.
*30-QY.
*Was dumped at Colmar.
*Currently preserved at Cazaux AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 603
*10/4/1957: First flight.
*3/21/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*92-AK.
*92-AL.
*1971-74: 92-AC.
*1/31/1974: Damaged beyond repair in an accident.
*1977: Salvaged at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 604
*12/11/1957: First flight.
*3/20/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*1967: 92-AM.
*92-AD.
*8/1973: Salvaged? Or still extant at Cognac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 605
*11/25/1957: First flight.
*3/7/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*11/23/1962: Crashed in the Pyrenees Mountains. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 606
*12/3/1957: First flight.
*2/28/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*6/6/1966: Written off at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 607
*12/21/1957: First flight.
*2/28/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*92-AO.
*92-AE.
*7/1964: Salvaged at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 608
*3/3/1958: First flight.
*4/11/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*10/10/1962: Written off at Bouches du Rhone.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 609
*3/3/1958: First flight.
*4/9/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*EB 92.
*Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 610
*3/7/1958: First flight.
*4/30/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968: 92-AQ.
*1976-77: 92-AF.
*6/1978: Withdrawn from use at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 611
*1/31/1958: First flight.
*4/9/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*92-AR.
*92-AG.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 612
*2/12/1958: First flight.
*4/30/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*1968: 92-AS.
*1973-78: 92-AH.
*Target Towing Wing (EdR) 5/106 as A.
*1978: Sent to be a target on the Cazaux Gunnery Range.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 613
*3/3/1958: First flight.
*6/10/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*92-AT.
*1969-73: 92-AI.
*1973: Withdrawn from use at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 614
*3/27/1958: First flight.
*5/29/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*1967: 92-AU.
*1975-78: 92-AJ.
*1978: Sent to be a target on the Cazaux Gunnery Range.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 615
*4/9/1958: First flight.
*6/10/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*CIB-328.
*92-AV.
*1969-76: 92-AK.
*Currently preserved at Chateaudun AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 616
*4/23/1958: First flight.
*7/22/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*7/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 31.
*1960: Converted to BR.
*12/1/1967: Shot down over Suez.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 617
*4/29/1958: First flight.
*7/16/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 1/92.
*8/7/1958: Crashed at Cognac AB. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 618
*5/13/1958: First flight.
*8/1/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 1/92.
*7/13/1962: Crashed. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 619
*5/19/1958: First flight.
*8/1/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968: 92-AW.
*1975: 92-AL.
*5/20/1976: Crashed near Bordeaux-Merignac AB. Date wrong?


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 620
*5/24/1958: First flight.
*7/16/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-AX.
*1969-78: 92-AM.
*6/1978: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 621
*6/2/1958: First flight.
*8/1/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-AY.
*1971-78: 92-AN.
*Currently preserved at Istres AB?


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 622
*6/20/1958: First flight.
*11/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 1/92.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 623
*7/16/1958: First flight.
*3/24/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968: 92-AZ.
*1969-76: 92-AO.
*4/18/1978: Withdrawn from use.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 624
*7/12/1958: First flight.
*12/16/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 33.
*1960: Converted to BR.
*4/1972: Withdrawn from use.
*Preserved at the IAF Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 625
*7/29/1958: First flight.
*11/13/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*EB 1/92.
*1978: Scrapped.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 626
*9/4/1958: First flight.
*12/16/1958: Delivered to the French AF.
*12/1958: Sold to the Israeli AF as 35.
*10/5/1964: Crashed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 627
*9/26/1958: First flight.
*7/20/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1967: 92-BB.
*1973-76: 92-AP.
*12/20/1976: Crashed at Charentes after a collision with Vautour 637. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 628
*11/14/1958: First flight.
*2/11/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*4/1959: Sold to the Israeli AF as 37.
*3/27/1961: Crashed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 629
*11/14/1958: First flight.
*7/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BC.
*92-AQ.
*1965: Withdrawn from use at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 630
*2/12/1959: First flight.
*4/24/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BD.
*10/15/1966: Crashed in Djibouti. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 631
*3/18/1959: First flight.
*5/29/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BE.
*1978: 92-AR.
*1978: Withdrawn from use at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 632
*3/25/1959: First flight.
*5/29/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BF.
*1973-78: 92-AS.
*Target Towing Wing (EdR) 5/106, as B.
*Currently preserved at Nazaire-Montoir APT.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 633
*4/1/1959: First flight.
*6/26/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BG.
*1976-78: 92-AT.
*Target Towing Wing (EdR) 5/106, as C.
*Was preserved at the National Aviation Museum at Le Bourget.
*1988: Scrapped at Cambrai AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 634
*4/9/1959: First flight.
*6/10/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1968: 92-BH.
*1969-78: 92-AU.
*Target Towing Wing (EdR) 5/106, as D.
*Currently preserved at the Le Bourget Museum.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 635
*4/23/1959: First flight.
*7/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BI.
*1969-73: 92-AV.
*4/29/1974: Crashed at L�Allier. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 636
*5/15/1959: First flight.
*9/15/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BG.
*1967: 92-BJ.
*1976: 92-AW.
*1978: Target Towing Wing (EdR) 5/106, as JE.
*1979: Withdrawn from use
*Currently preserved at Bordeaux-Merignac AB.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 637
*5/16/1959: First flight.
*8/3/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*92-BK.
*1969-73: 92-AX.
*12/20/1976: Crashed near Charentes after a collision with Vautour 627.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 638
*6/22/1959: First flight.
*9/7/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*1962: EB 92.
*92-BB.
*6/12/1966: Crashed at Bergerac AB. Both crewmen were killed.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 639
*7/6/1959: First flight.
*12/31/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV.
*3/2/1966: Written off at Solenzara AB, Corsica.


SO-4050 Vautour IIB 640
*7/31/1959: First flight.
*12/31/1959: Delivered to the French AF.
*CEV.
*Currently preserved at Toulouse-Blagnac AB.

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Tjalling Boelman
Alain Laurent
Alexandre Gannier
Ga�l Roux
Marco from France

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