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Dassault Mirage III - Argentina

Mirage IIIEA
Serial: I-006 (c/n.4F/4D)
Unit: Fuerza Aerea Argentina

Mirage IIIEA I-006 belonged to the earlier batch, supplied to Argentina in the early 1970s, and was not compatible with R.550 Magics in 1982. Interestingly, Argentinean Mirage IIIEAs (and Daggers) were camouflaged in the USAF's 'South East Asia' pattern and colours!


Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal
Dassault Mirage III - Argentina | Mirage IIIEA | Fuerza Aerea Argentina | I-006 (c/n.4F/4D)


Unit: Escuadron II del Grupo Aereo 6 Caza; Tandil AFB, Buenos Aires, 1997. The special painting scheme in honour of 25th anniversary of Mirage III's service with FAA.


Artist: © Pelmo
Artist: © Guillermo J.Landa
Source: "Dassault Mirage IIICJ and IIIEA" by Jorge F.Nunez Padin. Serie Fuerza Aerea Argentina, No.7, Agosto 2002.

Dassault Mirage III - Argentina | Mirage IIIEA | Fuerza Aerea Argentina | I-006 (c/n.4F/4D)

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