Dassault MD.410 Spirale
Dassault MD.415 Communauté
The Dassault M.D.410 Spirale was one of two nearly identical prototypes produced for the French Air Force - the M.D.410 Spirale and M.D.415 Communauté. The M.D.410 was to be the ground-attack variant of the M.D.415 which was a liaison and general duty aircraft (training, command liaison and ambulance), with the M.D.410’s windows removed and a glazed nose installed along with hardpoints and provisions for cannons.
Designed as a military communications and staff transport, the Dassault MD.415 Communauté made its first flight on 10 May 1959. Power was by two Turboméca Bastan turboprops.
Neither generated any interest and the project was abandoned.