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littlefrench
04-29-2005, 10:24 AM
The Mirage F1 was used for ground attack and reconaissance by the french army. Today it isn't really used for ground attack but it still makes reco.

Following on the Mirage F-2, which was a revival of the classic arrow-wing design with stabilizers, the Mirage F-1 is a defense and air superiority single-seater plane. This revival was made possible by technological advances which permit manufacture of ultra-thin but robust wings, enabling at supersonic speeds flight performance equivalent to that of delta wings. The integrity of the fuselage structure allows the aircraft to carry a maximum amount of fuel. The Mirage F-1 prototype made its maiden flight with René Bigand at the controls, 23rd December 1966, at Melun-Villaroche (the Seine-et-Marne region of France). Commissioned by the French Air Force in 1973, more than 700 Mirage F-1's have been sold to some 11 countries. The Dassault Mirage F-1C was the standard French fighter before Mirage 2000 entered service in the air force in 1984.

The wings are high-mounted, swept-back, and tapered. Missiles are usually mounted at the wing tips. There is one turbojet engine in the body. There are semicircular air intakes alongside the body forward of the wing roots. There is a single exhaust. The fuselage is long, slender, pointed nose and a blunt tail. There are two small belly fins under the tail section and a bubble canopy. The tail is swept-back and tapered fin with a blunt tip. The flats are mid-mounted on the fuselage, swept-back, and tapered with blunt tips.

used by : France, Greece, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Morocco, Qatar, South Africa, Spain

http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mf1b.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mf1c.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mirage-f1-03p03.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mirage-f1-03p04.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mf1ct.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mirage-f1ct.jpg
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/row/mirage-f1cr-2.jpg
http://www.zap16.com/images/beau04%20mirage%20F1%20520%2033-FD%20taxiing.jpg
http://www.zap16.com/images/beau04%20mirage%20F1%20520%2033-FD%20close%20up.jpg
http://www.zap16.com/images/beau04%20mirage%20F1%20520%2033-FD.jpg
http://www.cals.lib.ar.us/miller/images/DAS_F1.jpg
http://www.warbirdphotos.net/aviapix/PostWW2/French/Mirage/mirage-f1-TPP.jpg
http://www.airventure.de/malta02/Mirage.jpg
http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/fmiraf1_p_03_l.jpg
http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/fmiraf1_p_05_l.jpg
http://www.richard-seaman.com/Wallpaper/Aircraft/Fighters/MirageF1s.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/EC%203.33%20Lorraine%20last%20flight-1.jpeg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/EC%203.33%20Lorraine%20last%20flight-3.jpeg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/F1-330-AT%20NATO%20Tiger%20Meet%202002.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/330-AT%20Tiger%20Meet%20special%20scheme.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/Tiger%20Meet%20beja7.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/60yearsAlsace.JPG
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/miragef1_02.JPG
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/EC%203.33%20Lorraine%20Anniversary-6.jpeg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/Mirage%20F1CR%20ER%2002.033%20Savoie%20-%203.JPG
Normandie-Niemen (born during WW2)
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/MIRAGE%20F1CT%2010.97%20-%20Vol%2013.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/col117.jpg
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/F1CT220%2030-QK%2060%20years%20Normandie-Niemen.JPG
http://www.amv83.net/asm/Sig/europe/france/Mirage%20F1/Normandie-Niemen%202003-2.JPG

If you have other pictures of the Mirages F1, post them here :D

Chacun son tour Fantassin, mais là j'ai peur que le F1 passionne moins que le 2000 :lol:

fantassin
04-29-2005, 10:32 AM
http://pageperso.aol.fr/athosblanc/images/photo5.jpg

http://pageperso.aol.fr/athosblanc/images/img34.jpg

http://pageperso.aol.fr/athosblanc/images/mirage%20f1%20ravitaillement.jpg

FAF Mirage F1CR, the Recce version of the M-F1

littlefrench
04-29-2005, 10:56 AM
Great pictures fantassin :)

fantassin
04-29-2005, 11:05 AM
http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/albatros/48010_Mirage/images/F-1_Hoja_1.jpg

http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/albatros/48010_Mirage/images/F-1_Hoja_2.jpg

http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/albatros/48010_Mirage/images/F-1_Hoja_3.jpg

http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/albatros/48010_Mirage/images/F-1_Hoja_4%20.jpg

http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/albatros/48010_Mirage/images/F-1_Hoja_5.jpg

Various camouflages from M-F1 from around the world

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/bphoto01_001.jpg

Iraqi M-F1

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/bphoto08_001.jpg

Iraqi M-F1 launching an AM39 Exocet in the persian Gulf during the "tanker war" during the Iran-Iraq war.

roland
04-29-2005, 11:12 AM
http://nancyetroland.free.fr/public/PhotosMilitaires/miragef1%20-%20eclate.jpg

littlefrench
04-29-2005, 11:20 AM
An exocet send by an iraqi Mirage F1 (like on this picture) destroyed an american ship too... :(

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/bphoto08_001.jpg

fantassin
04-29-2005, 11:28 AM
http://www.answers.com/main/content/wp/en-commons/5/55/USS_Stark.jpg

Stark (FFG-31) was the first ship of that name in the US Navy.

Stark was deployed to the Middle East Force in 1984 and 1987. She is remembered for the incident of May 17 ,1987 when she was struck by two Exocet missiles from an Iraqi Mirage fighter during the Iran-Iraq War . The fighter had taken off from Shaibah at 20:00 and had flown south into the Persian Gulf . Shortly after being routinely challenged by the frigate at around 22:10 the fighter fired two Exocet ASM missiles. The frigate did not detect the missile attack and both missiles struck without warning. The first hit the port-side hull and left a three metre by four metre gash when it exploded in crew quarters; the second missile hit the superstructure of the frigate. Thirty-seven crew were killed and twenty-one were injured. Prior to the gun turret explosion onboard Iowa , it had been proclaimed as the worst US Naval peacetime disaster. The frigate was afire but this was brought under control by its crew during the night and the ship returned to Bahrain under her own power. $142 million was spent repairing the vessel.The Stark was decommissioned on May 7, 1999 and transferred to the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility in Philadelphia for disposal.


http://www.dcfp.navy.mil/graphics/stark2.jpg

http://www.dcfp.navy.mil/graphics/stark3.jpg

tenda
04-29-2005, 11:41 AM
really interesting gallery tnx... ;)

fantassin
04-29-2005, 12:01 PM
Mirage F-1 in Chad

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/06.jpg

French AF M-F1C

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/16.jpg

Pictures of Libyan army positions in Chad taken by French Mirage F-1CR

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/ap06.jpg

Libyan M-F1

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/09.jpg

French AF M-F1C being refuelled by a French AF Transall C-160[/img]

Ghostwolf
04-29-2005, 01:00 PM
Excellent photos!

Now a video for your visual entertainment,
downloading kinda slow but it's worth the wait.

Wild Fly - Mirage F1 in Chad (http://**********.de/files/1491852/Wild_Fly_-_Mirage_F1_in_Chad.avi.html)
(scroll down and click "free" and wait til countdown timer stops.)

littlefrench
04-29-2005, 05:33 PM
Excellent photos!

Now a video for your visual entertainment,
downloading kinda slow but it's worth the wait.

Wild Fly - Mirage F1 in Chad (http://**********.de/files/1491852/Wild_Fly_-_Mirage_F1_in_Chad.avi.html)
(scroll down and click "free" and wait til countdown timer stops.)

Really great video gostwolf woot

It shows good what can do a great aircraft with a crazy pilote :lol:

roland
04-29-2005, 05:52 PM
yep good video thanks woot

littlefrench
04-30-2005, 05:05 AM
Mirages F1 were recently send to Ivoiry Coast... But not yet used in fight

fantassin
05-02-2005, 05:36 AM
The now retired South African Mirage F1 AZ which saw a lot of action in the 80s against the Cubans and Angolans.

http://www.sci.fi/~fta/south7l.jpg

http://www.sci.fi/~fta/south4l.jpg

http://www.sci.fi/~fta/south20l.jpg

http://www.sci.fi/~fta/south11l.jpg

fantassin
05-02-2005, 07:13 AM
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/fantassin/acs.jpg

A Greek Mirage F-1 with a turkish roundel marking a victory against a turkish F-16.

sp2c
05-02-2005, 09:45 AM
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/fantassin/acs.jpg

A Greek Mirage F-1 with a turkish roundel marking a victory against a turkish F-16.

when did this happen?

did Turkey confirm this??
I wasn't aware of any confirmed F16 shootdowns

edit: no wait I found it I think


08 Oct 1996 [w/o] 91-0023 91-0023 192 Filo F-16D Block 40J News Article Details
Comments:
Crashed into the Aegean Sea nine miles off the island of Chios during a routine flight. It was part of a flight of four F-4's and two F-16's. Just prior to the mishap two Mirage 2000's intercepted them. One of two person crew was rescued but the other is missing. According to an official report, the TUAF formation had illegaly violated Hellenic airspace and so was intercepted by 2 HAF Mirage 2000EG (331sqn, 114FW, Tanagra AB). The 2 TUAF F-16s evidently denied to comply and started agressive maneuvers against the HAF Mirage 2000EG. During the engagment that followed, one of the HAF Mirage 2000EG (piloted by lt. Grivas) fired a Magic IR missile. As a result a TUAF F-16D (#91-0023) was shot down. Immediately the second TUAF F-16 paused the engagment and escaped to the east in order to return to international air space. It was later determined (and kept secret) that the downed pilot who survived from the crash was in fact an Israeli pilot (Osman Cıceklı) dispached from IDFAF. The second pilot (TUAF flight officer) failed to eject in time due to the missile hit and was killed. The downed pilot was rescued 30 min. after shot down by a HAF AB-205 SAR helo (from 358th search and rescue squadron). The pilot received immediate medical care and returned a few days later to Turkey with a HAF C-130 flight. At first the incident was kept secret for obvious purposes and both countries (Greece and Turkey) officialy adopted a mechanical failure as the main cause of the accident. In 2003 the Greek Minister of Defence, Mr. Giannos Papantoniou, stated in public that the incident of Oct. 8th, 1996, that led to the loss of the TUAF F-16D was a result of the immediate action that was taken by HAF fighters during an interception against TUAF fighters violating Greek airspace.

achilles
05-02-2005, 10:05 AM
08 Oct 1996 [w/o] 91-0023 91-0023 192 Filo F-16D Block 40J News Article Details
Comments:
Crashed into the Aegean Sea nine miles off the island of Chios during a routine flight. It was part of a flight of four F-4's and two F-16's. Just prior to the mishap two Mirage 2000's intercepted them. One of two person crew was rescued but the other is missing. According to an official report, the TUAF formation had illegaly violated Hellenic airspace and so was intercepted by 2 HAF Mirage 2000EG (331sqn, 114FW, Tanagra AB). The 2 TUAF F-16s evidently denied to comply and started agressive maneuvers against the HAF Mirage 2000EG. During the engagment that followed, one of the HAF Mirage 2000EG (piloted by lt. Grivas) fired a Magic IR missile. As a result a TUAF F-16D (#91-0023) was shot down. Immediately the second TUAF F-16 paused the engagment and escaped to the east in order to return to international air space. It was later determined (and kept secret) that the downed pilot who survived from the crash was in fact an Israeli pilot (Osman Cıceklı) dispached from IDFAF. The second pilot (TUAF flight officer) failed to eject in time due to the missile hit and was killed. The downed pilot was rescued 30 min. after shot down by a HAF AB-205 SAR helo (from 358th search and rescue squadron). The pilot received immediate medical care and returned a few days later to Turkey with a HAF C-130 flight. At first the incident was kept secret for obvious purposes and both countries (Greece and Turkey) officialy adopted a mechanical failure as the main cause of the accident. In 2003 the Greek Minister of Defence, Mr. Giannos Papantoniou, stated in public that the incident of Oct. 8th, 1996, that led to the loss of the TUAF F-16D was a result of the immediate action that was taken by HAF fighters during an interception against TUAF fighters violating Greek airspace.

This is a different incident. Fantassin is talking about a Greek Mirage F-1 'marked a victory' against a Turkish F-16, whereas your post is related to the 1996 where a Greek Mirage-2000 blew the living hell out of a, purportedly more maneuverable, Turkish F-16. Perhaps this tells you something about why Greece does not need all the hardware in the world in order to be effective in such crises.
;)

fantassin
05-02-2005, 10:22 AM
It was later determined (and kept secret) that the downed pilot who survived from the crash was in fact an Israeli pilot (Osman C?cekl?) dispached from IDFAF.

That's what happens when for once you are not opposed to Syrian pilots who fly 50 hours a year in ancient MIGs...Greeks in Mirage 2000s must have been a whole new experience !

:P



The second pilot (TUAF flight officer) failed to eject in time

Reality check #2

Conclusion: Don't mess with the Mirage 2000

UoUo
05-02-2005, 10:25 AM
rofl rofl

Yeah right.... :petting: :petting:

sp2c
05-02-2005, 10:29 AM
so any infos about the F1 killing an F16??

that's a pretty bad trackrecord for the Turkish AF btw, If you want to take a Dutch F16 you'd better bring a whole squadron of Mirages out to play ;)

fantassin
05-02-2005, 10:34 AM
Let's not shatter your dreams too early...

http://homepage.mac.com/aviationphoto/photos/DSC01827.jpg

http://homepage.mac.com/aviationphoto/photos/DSC02497.jpg

http://homepage.mac.com/aviationphoto/photos/DSC02606.jpg

http://homepage.mac.com/aviationphoto/photos/DSC02610.jpg

Recce Mirage F1-CR from the French 33° escadre de reconnaissance during Maple Flag in Canada in 2004

sp2c
05-02-2005, 10:36 AM
Let's not shatter your dreams too early...
'

well actually that's what I've been told by the first French pilot to be exchanged to a Dutch fighter Squadron but he may have been lying (he's a froggy after all ;)) I think we send one guy to France as well (I think the squadron he was flying with had little swans or ducks painted on the aircraft or something like that I'll look it up).

fantassin
05-02-2005, 10:49 AM
If he was flying an F1, it's understandable, it's an old plane about to be retired.

He would not have said that if he was a Mirage 2000-5 jockey...

achilles
05-02-2005, 10:51 AM
so any infos about the F1 killing an F16??

that's a pretty bad trackrecord for the Turkish AF btw, If you want to take a Dutch F16 you'd better bring a whole squadron of Mirages out to play ;)

Why does Holland buy F-16s anyway for God's sake? Who is going to attack you? Luxembourgh? p-)

Last time i was in the Netherlands there were no pig-shagging bullies around :P

sp2c
05-02-2005, 10:53 AM
If he was flying an F1, it's understandable, it's an old plane about to be retired.

He would not have said that if he was a Mirage 2000-5 jockey...

I'm pretty confident the latest version of our F16 (mlu M3 I think) can take your Mirage 2000-5 on any day of the week :P

but no I don't know what he flew, I'll look it up (should have a story about both guys somewhere with pictures and stuff) and I'll post it here (if it's not too much translation work).

orko_8
05-02-2005, 10:53 AM
Immediately the second TUAF F-16 paused the engagment and escaped to the east in order to return to international air space. It was later determined (and kept secret) that the downed pilot who survived from the crash was in fact an Israeli pilot (Osman Cicekli) dispached from IDFAF

I read the official reports of Turkish Air Force about the incident and indirectly know Osman Cicekli. The reason for the claim that the survivor of the incident was an Israeli pilot was his perfect English accent. But in reality, he was indeed a Turkish pilot. He had served in London for a long period of time as a military attaché.

In the official report of TuAF, it was written that the second pilot (Cicekli) did not eject, he was thrown away from the cockpit of the aircraft by the effect of the explosion.

I heard that the Greek pilot was punished after the incident, but I'm not sure if that's true. There were claims that he was assigned to a CL-215 firefighter aircraft, but I have no official verification for that.

In order not to start a flame war, I will not comment on this issue. I just wanted to correct a misunderstanding.

Regards

sp2c
05-02-2005, 10:55 AM
Why does Holland buy F-16s anyway for God's sake? Who is going to attack you? Luxembourgh? p-)

Last time i was in the Netherlands there were no pig-shagging bullies around :P
to bomb the **** out of people like slobo obviously.

and besides, we still don't know were all those vikings went they may be back any day now

and then there's the germans ... can't be trusted

but the main reason is to bomb the **** out of people like slobo p-)

achilles
05-02-2005, 11:11 AM
I heard that the Greek pilot was punished after the incident, but I'm not sure if that's true. There were claims that he was assigned to a CL-215 firefighter aircraft, but I have no official verification for that.

In order not to start a flame war, I will not comment on this issue. I just wanted to correct a misunderstanding.

I never came accross any info indicating that the Greek pilot was punished, but i cannot be sure. Perhaps sierraone or Flanker7 know more about it.

You know, flame wars start when people persist in denying undisputable things ;) and when they wish that some Greek-Cypriots had been shot in the face so he couldnt have had an open-coffin funeral. Apparently, i am not talking about you.

Other than that, we can practically talk about anything without turning the thread into a complete ****hole. It only takes one simple thing: leave the bull**** aside and you know what i am talking about.

achilles
05-02-2005, 11:14 AM
Why does Holland buy F-16s anyway for God's sake? Who is going to attack you? Luxembourgh? p-)

Last time i was in the Netherlands there were no pig-shagging bullies around :P
to bomb the **** out of people like slobo obviously.

and besides, we still don't know were all those vikings went they may be back any day now

and then there's the germans ... can't be trusted

but the main reason is to bomb the **** out of people like slobo p-)

The way you put it sounds fair enough ;) , although bombing guys like Slobo may induce excessive 'collateral' damage...

sp2c
05-02-2005, 11:20 AM
The way you put it sounds fair enough ;) , although bombing guys like Slobo may induce excessive 'collateral' damage...

yes but that's why we allways work with the Americans ... that way our politicians can say 'it wasn't us' and not release any info and everybody will naturally assume that it was the Americans who did the collateral damage and our pilots killed nobody (not even slobo) but did an exemplary job (but details on the job can not be revealed)

flanker7
05-02-2005, 02:06 PM
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/fantassin/acs.jpg

A Greek Mirage F-1 with a turkish roundel marking a victory against a turkish F-16.

when did this happen?

did Turkey confirm this??
I wasn't aware of any confirmed F16 shootdowns

edit: no wait I found it I think


08 Oct 1996 [w/o] 91-0023 91-0023 192 Filo F-16D Block 40J News Article Details
Comments:
Crashed into the Aegean Sea nine miles off the island of Chios during a routine flight. It was part of a flight of four F-4's and two F-16's. Just prior to the mishap two Mirage 2000's intercepted them. One of two person crew was rescued but the other is missing. According to an official report, the TUAF formation had illegaly violated Hellenic airspace and so was intercepted by 2 HAF Mirage 2000EG (331sqn, 114FW, Tanagra AB). The 2 TUAF F-16s evidently denied to comply and started agressive maneuvers against the HAF Mirage 2000EG. During the engagment that followed, one of the HAF Mirage 2000EG (piloted by lt. Grivas) fired a Magic IR missile. As a result a TUAF F-16D (#91-0023) was shot down. Immediately the second TUAF F-16 paused the engagment and escaped to the east in order to return to international air space. It was later determined (and kept secret) that the downed pilot who survived from the crash was in fact an Israeli pilot (Osman Cıceklı) dispached from IDFAF. The second pilot (TUAF flight officer) failed to eject in time due to the missile hit and was killed. The downed pilot was rescued 30 min. after shot down by a HAF AB-205 SAR helo (from 358th search and rescue squadron). The pilot received immediate medical care and returned a few days later to Turkey with a HAF C-130 flight. At first the incident was kept secret for obvious purposes and both countries (Greece and Turkey) officialy adopted a mechanical failure as the main cause of the accident. In 2003 the Greek Minister of Defence, Mr. Giannos Papantoniou, stated in public that the incident of Oct. 8th, 1996, that led to the loss of the TUAF F-16D was a result of the immediate action that was taken by HAF fighters during an interception against TUAF fighters violating Greek airspace.



If you look closely at the photo you'll see that it's a Mirage 2000 and not a Mirage F1. Is actually the Mirage 2000 mentoned in the other Mirage thread. This photo was published in the Air International magazine. Compare the distanse between the inlet and the canopy opening and you',, understand that it's a Mirage 2000 model. On the Mirage F1 this distance is bigger. As for the punishment of the pilot I don't know anything but I wouldn't be surprised. You can expect this kind of behaviur from modern Greek politisians.

flanker7
05-02-2005, 04:33 PM
http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/epa_mirage_f_1cg_with_aim-9px_001.jpg
A Sidewinder with "dedications" for the TAF written on it

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/epaf_mirage_fx_001.jpg
A TAF F-16 posing for the gun camera of a HAF Mirage F1

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/epa_mirage_f_1cg_116_lesvos_001.jpg
Image of the plane Nikolaos Sialmas was killed in.

http://www.acig.org/artman/uploads/epa_mirage_f_1cg_121_ghost_001.jpg
Image of a Mirage F1 with the Ghost camouflage aplied. Only one was painted this way

http://www.zap16.com/images/123.jpg

fantassin
05-02-2005, 04:58 PM
Spanish M-F1 (called C-14 in Spain)

http://img235.echo.cx/img235/7693/8147471gz.jpg

http://www.scramble.nl/mil/show/showreports/gfx/fairf971.jpg

mateona06
05-02-2005, 05:48 PM
http://www.answers.com/main/content/wp/en-commons/5/55/USS_Stark.jpg

Stark (FFG-31) was the first ship of that name in the US Navy.

Stark was deployed to the Middle East Force in 1984 and 1987. She is remembered for the incident of May 17 ,1987 when she was struck by two Exocet missiles from an Iraqi Mirage fighter during the Iran-Iraq War . The fighter had taken off from Shaibah at 20:00 and had flown south into the Persian Gulf . Shortly after being routinely challenged by the frigate at around 22:10 the fighter fired two Exocet ASM missiles. The frigate did not detect the missile attack and both missiles struck without warning. The first hit the port-side hull and left a three metre by four metre gash when it exploded in crew quarters; the second missile hit the superstructure of the frigate. Thirty-seven crew were killed and twenty-one were injured. Prior to the gun turret explosion onboard Iowa , it had been proclaimed as the worst US Naval peacetime disaster. The frigate was afire but this was brought under control by its crew during the night and the ship returned to Bahrain under her own power. $142 million was spent repairing the vessel.The Stark was decommissioned on May 7, 1999 and transferred to the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility in Philadelphia for disposal.


http://www.dcfp.navy.mil/graphics/stark2.jpg


Fortunately, Only one of those exocets exploded.

http://www.dcfp.navy.mil/graphics/stark3.jpg

fantassin
05-03-2005, 05:07 AM
http://www.choiquehobbies.com.ar/revista/notas/mirf1/miragef1.jpg

Mirage F-1 operated by the Ecuador Air Force

http://www.photius.com/images/kw07_08b.jpg

Qatari M-F1

http://www.scramble.nl/mil/4/kuwait/gfx/photos/main-mirf1.jpg

Kuwaiti M-F1

Ghostwolf
05-03-2005, 12:36 PM
Got another crazy flying Mirage F-1 video here, scroll down click free and wait.
Fous.avi (http://**********.de/files/1555527/Fous.avi.html)

littlefrench
05-03-2005, 01:58 PM
Got another crazy flying Mirage F-1 video here, scroll down click free and wait.
Fous.avi (http://**********.de/files/1555527/Fous.avi.html)

In my opinion it is one of the best aviation's video ever made... woot

roland
05-03-2005, 05:48 PM
Yes excellent video woot
I had seen it before, possibly here and if I remember well people said it was in Djibouti. correct ?
I'm starting to like this plane finally, looks wild.

littlefrench
05-04-2005, 11:31 AM
Does somebody know which countries still use F1 and which don't use it any more ?

leonpro
05-04-2005, 12:40 PM
MORE SPANISH Mirage

http://defensa.com/revistas/2002/diciembre/images/ala14-1.jpg
http://defensa.com/revistas/2002/diciembre/images/ala14-2.jpg
http://defensa.com/revistas/2002/diciembre/images/ala14-3.jpg
http://defensa.com/revistas/2002/diciembre/images/ala14-4.jpg

Baron-Rojo
05-06-2005, 08:23 AM
Some Greek Mirage F-1CG.....
Enjoy ;)

http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1-134.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1-118-2.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/mirfepet.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/29.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/Mirlastflight.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1under.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1CGtail.jpg
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1129.jpg

achilles
05-06-2005, 09:13 AM
http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/MirF1under.jpg

Stunning woot