This French language publication offers the in-depth study of the Ouragan, with multiple photographs, color profiles and also the career of each of the 350 aircraft built, not only in the Air Force, but also in the Israeli air force, Indian and Salvadoran. Developed by Marcel Dassault’s engineers at the end of the 1940s, the MD 450 Ouragan was the first French jet fighter to be built in series. The first of the three prototypes took off on February 28, 1949, with test pilot Constantin Rozanoff at the controls. From November 1950, Dassault released fourteen pre-production aircraft. On December 5, 1951, the first serial copy flew for the first time. A total of 350 units are built, of which 185 financed by the American military aid program. After an operational career in the Air Force, he served in the hunting schools of Meknes (in Morocco) and Tours. It is exported to India, and to Israel which engages it in several conflicts. A few survivors were sold in 1975 to El Salvador. French text and captions. Illustrated with photographs, profiles and diagrams.