The Étendard IV is a light naval attack fighter first flown in 1958 and still in service in limited numbers. The 90 built were operated only by the French Navy, and was never used in combat. Like most Dassault products it was beautiful, nimble, and popular with its pilots.
Étendard IVM “60”
This aircraft is displayed at the Intrepid Museum, where it is one of the more unusual attractions, as examples of this aircraft displayed outside France are very rare.