This DHC-built Tracker (ex RCN 1533) was acquired by Conair in 1980 and soon sold to the Sécurité Civile. Shortly before delivery to them on 24 May 1982 it was converted to Conair Firecat (conversion #009). The aircraft made its last flight for the Sécurité Civile on 25 Sep 2006 and was stored at Marseille. It was bought by the City of Saint-Victoret on 30 Nov 2006, but it remained at Marseille until 19 May 2008 when it was trucked to the Musée de l'Aviation in Saint-Victoret for display. It arrived there the next day.
The X3 demonstrator is based on the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin helicopter, with the addition of short span wings each fitted with a Rolls-Royce Turbomeca RTM322-01/9a turboshaft engine of 1,693 kW (2,270 hp) driving a tractor propeller. These engines had different pitch to counter the torque effect of the main rotor. As a technology demonstrator, the X3 reached a speed of 472 km/h ( 293 mph) on 7 June 2013.
Behind the venerable Alouette III is the CL-215, F-ZBBV. Another Canadair aircraft, EC-JYA, is about to land in Marseilles. If I'm not mistaken this was then an exhibition of Sécurité Civile equipment, not yet an aviation museum.