|Country of Origin||France.|
|Similar Aircraft||M.B. 326, M.B. 337.|
|Armament||Missiles, bombs, rockets, machine guns.|
|Dimensions||Length: 33 ft (10.06 m). Span: 37 ft, 5 in (11.4 m).|
Magister CM 170 WEFT Description
|Wings||Mid-mounted and back-tapered. Fuel tanks are usually at the square tips.|
|Engine(s)||Two turbojets mounted on sides of fuselage. Semicircular air intakes mounted in the wing roots. Small exhausts located just forward of the tail section.|
|Fuselage||Slender, tubular, and tapered to rear. Rounded nose and long, bubble canopy.|
|Tail||V-shaped tail fins that also serve as tail flats, back-tapered with blunt tips.|
Countries which Fly the Magister CM 170
Belgium, Cameroon, Gabon, Libya, Morocco, Senegal, Togo.
Magister CM-170 Manufacturer Web Site
Aerospatiale is now part of EADS.