From the Planes You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of Department of Planelopnik, we bring you the Sud-Est Grognard.

The Grognard (“Grumbler,” the nickname of a soldier in Napoleon’s Old Guard) was developed for low-level ground attack for the French Armée de l’Air. It featured two engines in a stacked configuration, fed by a single dorsal air intake. First flown in 1950, the Grognard went through some significant redesigns, but was retired in 1952.