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Amiot 354
1
I-071
 
Amiot 354
2
I-072
 
Amiot 354
3
I-073
 
Amiot 354
4
I-074
Assigned to GB II / 21. DAGAN Commander's Aircraft. Present at La Ferté-Gaucher on May 23, 1940. On May 28, 1940, the aircraft returning from a mission, struck l'Amiot 354 No. 12. The crew was unscathed  
Amiot 354
5
I-075
 
Amiot 354
6
I-076
Assigned to GB II / 21. Crashes during an engine failure flight on May 10, 1940. The crew is killed: Lieutenants FAURE and SPAGNOLO, Chief Warrant Officer HARENT and DOMINE  
Amiot 354
7
I-077
Assigned to GB I / 21.Delete following a landing in campaign on June 13, 1940, on the return from a bombing mission. Lieutenant DESCAMP (Chief of Flight) is wounded.  
Amiot 354
8
I-078
Assigned to GB II / 21. Destroyed by accident on June 2, 1940. The crew is killed. Warrant Officer CARTERON (Pilot), Sergeant DESCOMBES and Sergeant CLEMENT  
Amiot 354
9
I-079
Assigned to GB II / 34.  
Amiot 354
10
I-080
 
Amiot 354
11
I-081
 
Amiot 354
12
I-082
Assigned to GB II / 21. On May 28, 1940, the aircraft was hit on the ground by the Amiot 354 No. 4 returning from a mission.  
Amiot 354
13
I-083
 
Amiot 354
14
I-084
 
Amiot 354
15
I-085
 
Amiot 354
16
I-086
 
Amiot 354
17
I-087
 
Amiot 351
18
I-088
Assigned to GB I / 34. folded in North Africa in June 1940  
Amiot 354
19
I-089
 
Amiot 354
20
I-090
 
Amiot 354
21
I-091
 
Amiot 354
22
I-092
 
Amiot 354
23
I-093
 
Amiot 354
24
I-094
 
Amiot 354
25
I-095
Assigned to GB I / 21. disappeared at sea on June 17, 1940.  
Amiot 354
26
I-096
 
Amiot 354
27
I-097
Assigned to GB I / 34 on April 8, 1940. Present at Nangis, mid-May 1940.  
Amiot 354
28
I-098
Assigned to GB I / 34. Reported missing at sea on June 20, 1940. The crew was killed: Lieutenant MOLLIET-BILLIET (Observer), Chief Warrant Officer FOISSET (Navigator), Sergeant-Chief PECH (Gunner), Sergeant LEFEVRE (Engineer) and Captain GEMON (Pilot) .  
Amiot 354
29
I-099
Assigned to GB II / 34. Shot down by the Flak on May 18, 1940 during a German armor attack. Lieutenant-Colonel DAGNAUX (Captain) and Warrant Officer LAVOLLEY (Navigator) are killed. Lieutenant FREMOND (Pilot) and Sergeant and Chief REGNAULT (Radio) are prisoners.  
Amiot 354
30
I-100
Assigned to GB I / 34. Hit by the Flak on May 14, 1940. He crashes in the countryside: his crew is unscathed  
Amiot 354
31
I-101
Assigned to GB I / 34. Present at Bergerac on June 14, 1940.  
Amiot 354
32
I-102
 
Amiot 354
33
I-103
Assigned to GB I / 21. Crashes at the landing on May 28, 1940. The crew is wounded: Second Lieutenant BOURET (Combat), Chief Warrant Officer BAECKLER (Combat), Sergeant Chief HOUDENOT (Combat) and Sergeant VAUTHIER (Combat)  
Amiot 354
34
I-104
Assigned to GB I / 34 and GB I / 21. Destroyed on May 24, 1940 during the bombing of the land of La Ferté-Gaucher.  
Amiot 354
35
I-105
Assigned to GB I / 21 May 20, 1940 from the EAA 301 Chateaudun (Air Force Warehouse)  
Amiot 354
36
I-106
Assigned to GB I / 21 May 20, 1940 from the EAA 301 Chateaudun (Air Force Warehouse)  
Amiot 354
37
I-107
Assigned to GB I / 21 May 20, 1940 from the EAA 301 Chateaudun (Entrepot Air Force). Accidented on landing on May 25, 1940, it is unusable.  
Amiot 354
38
I-108
Assigned to GB I / 21. Damaged by the Flak on May 24, 1940, he crashed to the ground. The crew is killed: Lieutenant MARCHAND (Captain), Sub-Lieutenant LAFARGUE (Pilot), Chief Warrant Officer SERE (Radio) and Sergeant-Chief GALERNEAU (Gunner).  
39
I-109
 
Amiot 354
40
I-110
Assigned to GB I / 21. On June 7, 1940, hit by bursts of his own bombs dropped too low, he must make a forced landing.  
Amiot 354
41
I-111
 
Amiot 354
42
I-112
 
Amiot 354
43
I-113
 
Amiot 354
44
I-114
 
Amiot 354
45
I-115
 
Amiot 354
46
I-116
 
Amiot 354
47
I-117
 
Amiot 354
48
I-118
 
Amiot 354
49
I-119
 
Amiot 354
50
I-120
 
Amiot 354
51
I-121
 
Amiot 354
52
I-122
 
Amiot 354
53
I-123
 
Amiot 354
54
I-124
 
Amiot 354
55
I-125
 
Amiot 351
56
I-126
This aircraft is the "Series Head" of the Amiot 351 series. The plane, tested at CEMA (Air Equipment Test Center) was then assigned to GB II / 34 just before being transferred to AFN. Returned to Istres to be stored, he was captured by the Germans in November 1942 during the invasion of the free zone.
Amiot 354
57
I-127
 
Amiot 351
58
I-128
Assigned to GB II / 34 May 25, 1940.  
Amiot 351
59
I-129
Assigned to GB II / 21 on May 26, 1940.  
Amiot 351
60
I-130
Assigned to GB I / 21. On May 29, 1940, the plane lost a wheel on takeoff. He performs his mission, but the aircraft is damaged on landing and is reformed.  
Amiot 354
61
I-131
 
Amiot 351
62
I-132
Assigned to GB II / 21 on May 26, 1940.  
Amiot 351
63
I-133
Assigned to GB II / 21 on May 26, 1940.  
Amiot 351
64
I-134
Assigned to GB I / 21. Damaged by the Flak, he hit a hill after returning from a mission. Lieutenant TURREL (Chief of Flight) is killed, and Chief Warrant Officer SABOURAULT (pilot) is seriously injured.  
Amiot 351
65
I-135
Assigned to GB I / 21. On 9 June, a fire broke out on board. Sergeant Geiger evacuated the parachute, but the rest of the crew stayed on board and managed to control the fire. He will land safely on his land.  
Amiot 354
66
I-136
 
Amiot 354
67
I-137
 
Amiot 354
68
I-138
 
Amiot 354
69
I-139
 
Amiot 354
70
I-140
 
Amiot 354
71
I-141
 
Amiot 354
72
I-142
 
Amiot 354
73
I-143
 
Amiot 351
74
I-144
Assigned to GB II / 34 in June 1940.  
Amiot 354
75
I-145
 
Amiot 354
76
I-146
 
Amiot 354
77
I-147
 
Amiot 351
78
I-148
Assigned to GB II / 21. Destroyed by accident at take off on June 18, 1940. The soldiers SEILLIER and FROIDEVAL are killed. The pilot, Commander DAGAN is unharmed.  
Amiot 354
79
I-149
 
Amiot 351
80
I-150
Assigned to GB II / 34. Destroyed by accident on June 22, 1940: the crew was killed: Second Lieutenant LE-PAPE (Captain), Sergeant LEBEAU (Pilot), Sergeant-Chief HUGON and Sergeant FERAL.  
Amiot 351
81
I-151
Assigned to GB II / 34 - 2nd Sqn. Present in Kalaa-Djerda, in Juilet 1940  
Amiot 354
82
I-152
 
Amiot 354
83
I-153
 
Amiot 354
84
I-154
 
Amiot 354
85
I-155
 
Amiot 354
86
I-156