The Breguet 694 was a three-seat reconnaissance aircraft based on the Br 693 two-seat attack bomber. It was to be powered by two 710hp Gnôme & Rhône 14M 4/5 radial engines, and armed with two machine guns. Breguet received orders for 12 aircraft from Sweden, while Belgium purchased a license to build 32 aircraft. A prototype was build, and made its maiden flight on 20 January 1940, but none of the production aircraft were built. On 1 June 1940, with the Germans advancing into France, the prototype was delivered to the French Aéronavale, and its fate after that is unknown.
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Rickard, J (2 October 2009), Breguet 694 , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_breguet_694.html