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Mirage F-1 (France)
The Mirage F-1 was developed by the French aviation concern Dassault as a air defence fighter jet. Together with the 286 Mirage 2000 jets, the 121 French Air Force Mirage F-1's are the main fighter jets of the French air force but will be replaced by the Rafale.
In june 2014, the last Mirage F-1 squadron retired from operational service.
There are currently 3 F1 versions:
Mirage F1 B
Currently still used by the French Air Force.
Mirage F1 CR
The CR version was developed for reconnaissance and conventional attacks. The CR can be armored with: 1 30mm board canon (standard), 2x Magic II, free fall bombs.
Mirage F1 CT
The CT version is capable of air defence, close air support (CAS) and conventional ground attacks.
The Mirage F-1 is also in service with Greece Hellenic Air Force in the Mirage F-1 CG version.
1. L'armée de l'air
2. France retires last Mirage F-1s
|Last updated: 20 June 2014|