Our jet fighter Dassault MD-450 Ouragan n°297 left the Clement Ader museum on June 10th. It was indeed transported to Paris to the Hotel des Invalides, inside the Army Museum, as part of an exhibition entitled “From the Ouragan to the Rafale, 70 years of industrial and operational excellence”. This exhibition will be held from Monday June 20 to Sunday September 18 inclusive and will be an opportunity to pay tribute to Marcel Dassault as well as to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the entry into service of the Ouragan, the first nationally-designed jet fighter to join the French Air Force. Our Ouragan is accompanied by a Rafale B. Here are the first photos of the aircraft after its installation (thanks to our friends at Fana Aviation Magazine). This exhibition thus presents the first jet fighter bearing the Dassault name and the last fighter built by the aircraft manufacturer under its name. While waiting for its return, the place left vacant in the northern hangar of the museum will be occupied by Santos Dumont’s “Demoiselle”, which will do justice to this piece of aviation history, hitherto insufficiently valued, for lack of space, through our museography. We remind you that our Ouragan is number 297 and that it displays the livery of the squadron 2/4 in which it began its career at Bremgarten Air Base 136, namely the paintings of N24 La Fayette on port side and Spa 167 “Cigogne de Romanet” on right side. The aircraft will be missing from the collections of the Clément Ader Aviation Museum, but this is compensated by the pride of seeing the work of the restoration teams recognized by a presentation of the aircraft within a prestigious national exhibition.