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First flown from Istres in May 1971, Dassault’s Mirage G8 was an experimental design which drew on the company’s experience from the earlier G4. The Mach 2.5-capable strike aircraft never saw operational use.

First flown from Istres in May 1971, Dassault’s Mirage G8 was an experimental design which drew on the company’s experience from the earlier G4. The Mach 2.5-capable strike aircraft never saw operational use.

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<p>Avions Marcel Dassault Mirage 4000 Fana de l

<p>Avions Marcel Dassault Mirage 4000 Fana de l

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ONERA Deltaviex, 1953

ONERA Deltaviex, 1953

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YF-22 and F-22

<p>Avions Marcel Dassault Mirage G8 01 & 02<br/>Fana de l

<p>Avions Marcel Dassault Mirage G8 01 & 02<br/>Fana de l

330-350-777-787 comparison

330-350-777-787 comparison

Onera Deltaviex - French experimental jet 1954 Despite the name, the wing is not delta-shaped. It was built to test the performance of critically swept (70') wings http://www.aatlse.org/?coll=deltaviex

Onera Deltaviex - French experimental jet 1954 Despite the name, the wing is not delta-shaped. It was built to test the performance of critically swept (70') wings http://www.aatlse.org/?coll=deltaviex

Novosibirsk aeronautic production association named after V. P. Chkalov (Chkalov plant) is one of the largest plane making enterprises of Russia that is a part of “Sukhoi” company. In the beginning of the 90s the plant began to master multi-purpose aviation complex Su-34. The first plane took off in 1993. Since 2006 they have started series delivery of these vehicles to the Russian air military forces.

Novosibirsk aeronautic production association named after V. P. Chkalov (Chkalov plant) is one of the largest plane making enterprises of Russia that is a part of “Sukhoi” company. In the beginning of the 90s the plant began to master multi-purpose aviation complex Su-34. The first plane took off in 1993. Since 2006 they have started series delivery of these vehicles to the Russian air military forces.

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