The aircraft in the photo is used for pilot training and for giving technical presentations at air shows. To celebrate its 30,000 flying hours, it has had a splendid Little Prince blazon added to its tail fin.
Historical footnote: in 1956, airbase 113 in Saint-Dizier was named “Commandant Antoine de Saint-Exupéry”. Colonel René Gavoille, Saint-Exupéry’s instructor and friend, had a commemorative stone set up outside base headquarters. Along with the figure of Saint-Exupéry himself, the Little Prince is an emblem of the airbase and its aircraft.