France restarted domestic production of the Junkers Ju-52 transport after WWII. Although intended as a quick, cheap stop-gap solution, the AAC.1 Toucan fought in three post-WWII conflicts and quietly served as long after WWII as the famous original Junkers did before and during WWII.
(Junkers Ju-52s of the Luftwaffe training Fallschirmjäger during WWII.)
(A French air force AAC.1 Toucan – the post-WWII French copy of the Ju-52 – flies over a burning Vietnamese jungle during the Indochina War.)
(A French air force AAC.1 Toucan in Africa during the 1950s Algerian War.)