French firefighters aircrafts based at Marignane, South of France
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A second fleet of CL-415 Waterbombers in Marignane, France. Some stats on the planes:
Role: amphibious water bomber
Crew: 2 pilots
Length: 65 ft 1 in
Height: 29 ft 6 in
Wingspan: 93 ...
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