By 2014 these nice French markings had been replaced by much more common USAAF markings. Neither scheme reflects the aircraft's true identity, which is ex USAAF 42-44467 and Belgian Air Force H-61 / H-103. It became F-BJBM in Oct 1959 (used for Air France pilot training), then F-AZRD in Feb 1998. The latter date is also when it received the markings seen here.
This Beech 18 is ex F-BHMM, which was briefly based at Lognes in the early 2000s and ended up stored here in late 2003. Its registration was cancelled on 8 Mar 2005 as having been exported to the USA, but apparently those plans fell through because in 2006 it had registration F-AZZF reserved for it. However, even though it was painted as such, it was never officially registered with that reg. This Beech was last seen at Lognes in May 2011, and its current whereabouts are unclear. On 14 Aug 2014 the registration F-AZZF was allocated to a CASA 1-131E Jungmann.
This Antonov's CofA expired on 23 Sep 2004, and its registration was cancelled from the Polish register on 28 Mar 2008. It disappeared from Lognes in 2013, and in May 2014 it re-appeared on display at the "Parc du Petit Prince" theme park just south of Ungersheim near the French-German border.