Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Nord Noratlas»

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==Operational History==
The Noratlas Nord 2501 gained fame during the [[Suez Crisis]] of 1956, when the French paras dropped over the south of [[Port Said]], and [[Port Fouad]] in [[Egypt]]. Its history started four years laterearlier.
 
1952 was marked by the unfortunate crash of the first Nord 2501 prototype as it underwent further testing, and on [[January 9]] [[1953]], the Nord 2501 was baptized the Noratlas by the widow of the pilot killed in the crash. Despite this setback, the program was able to fulfill its initial contract for 34 planes by [[June 25]] [[1953]], and the [[Armée de l'Air]] went on to order another 174 planes, for a total of 208.
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