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Photo ID 202932 by Eric Tammer. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160694
Photo ID: 202932
VF-84, USS Lexington
Photo ID 199579 by M. Baumann. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 199579
Photo ID 187171 by Jan Eenling. France Air Force Dassault Rafale B, 313
Photo ID: 187171
TLP 2008-3
Photo ID 149492 by Peter Boschert. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 149492
Noble Arrow 2014
Photo ID 121096 by Alessandro L.. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 121096
Photo ID 120247 by Sven Zimmermann. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 120247
awaits runway clearance together with 2-FB '71' during Epervier exercise 2006
Photo ID 98895 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Private Commemorative Air Force Grumman US 2B Tracker G 89, N5234A
Photo ID: 98895
this is how it look slike to be 'on the recieving end' during a photoflight: Mike adjusts the speed to stay in formation with the photoship. Honestly I would have preferred sitting in the B-25 and taking photos of the Tracker...
Photo ID 74933 by Mark. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 74933
Photo ID 74911 by Simone Farrugia. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 74911
Made an emergency landing in Malta.
Photo ID 60804 by Rob Hendriks. France Air Force Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 60804
Photo ID 45653 by Henk Schuitemaker. France Navy Dassault Mirage 2000 5F, 74
Photo ID: 45653
GC02.002 "Cote d'or"
Photo ID 37425 by Johannes Berger. USA Navy Grumman F 14A Tomcat, 160694
Photo ID: 37425
On exhibit at USS Lexington Museum.
Photo ID 25981 by Lieuwe Hofstra. Belgium Air Force Dassault Mirage 5BR, BR 13
Photo ID: 25981
Photo ID 23062 by Michael Baldock. Belgium Air Force Dassault Mirage 5BR, BR13
Photo ID: 23062
The Belgian reconnaissance version of the Mirage V was a frequent visitor to European airshows during the late Cold War however this is the only time I ever saw the camera nose opened up like this on public display. The 1991 Mildenhall Air Fete.
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