ANF Les Mureaux
ANF Les Mureaux 115 of a GAO (Groupe Aérien d'Observation (Aerial Observation Group)) France (1940).Two-seater reconnaissance and light bombardment whose prototype made its first flight on March 6, 1935. This aircraft equipped with a Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine was retained to equip tactical reco and observation units
ANF Les Mureaux 117 of the GAO Z/551, Charleville-Sedan, France.This model is different from the ANF Les Mureaux 115 by a very different design of the radiator.In September 1939 when World War II broke out the ANF 115/117 were the main daytime photo reconnaissance aircraft in service with the French Air Force.
ANF Les Mureaux 190 of the Centre d’Essais du Matériel Aérien (CEMA), France (1937-1940).Equipped with a 690 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Xcrs engine, the prototype made its first flight on March 30, 1940, piloted by Georges Détré. The prototype was to fall there in 1940 in the hands of the Germans in Villacoublay