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Mirage F-1C_82.


This mod is dedicated to BPAO, nothing would have been possible without him.


This add-on shows the first 70 Mirage F-1C upgraded with new radar for the French Armée de l'Air.


Specificities :
- Radar Cyrano IVM.
- No RWR.

Covered units :EC 1/5 Vendée.
EC 1/10 Valois.
EC 2/5 Ile de France.
EC 2/12 Picardie.
EC 3/5 Comtat Venaissin.
EC 1/12 Cambrésis.
EC 1/30 Valois.
EC 3/12 Cornouailles.
EC 2/30 Normandie-Niemen.
EC 3/30 Lorraine.


A big thank to all on Combatace and C6 forums that helped us solving issues we encountered.

Any omission in credits is totally unwanted, if I forgot somebody, let me know, I will correct this.


This addon is and will in all cases remain freeware.

Released under CombatAce Fair-Use terms.




The Mirage F-1 Team

What's New in Version v2.1


  • Reworked ini files.
  • Improved cockpit.
  • New pilot.
  • Improved MK4 ejection seat.

See the changelog txt file for more informations.

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Mirage F-1E Iraq/Iran Pack................

The delivery of Mirages began in the February 1981 after a delay of several months as a result of the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war in September 1980 and after overcoming all the obstacles of political and logistical France started delivery of the aircraft were taking off from France across the Mediterranean and then landing in Cyprus to refuel and fly towards Jordan and then to enter the territory of Iraq where Saddam Air Base in Qayyarah / Shirqat a new air base for the accommodation Iraqi Mirage aircrafts.



The first squadron was form of the aircrafts Mirage the squadron No. 79.


The numbers of Iraqi Mirage F1, which in turn contracted by Iraq and by years of contracting and delivery as follows: -

- Mirage single-seat fighter F1EQ

1980-1981 (16 Mirage F1EQ) carried the numbers (4004-4019)
1981-1982 (16 Mirage F1EQ-2) carried the numbers (4020-4035)
1982-1984 (28 Mirage (F1EQ-4) carried the numbers (4500-4503 and 4506-4529)
1983-1985 (20 Mirage F1EQ-5) carried the numbers (4560-4579)
1988 - 1990 (18 Mirage F1EQ-6) carried the numbers (4600-4608 and 4615-4623)
12 aircraft Mirage F1EQ-7 has not been supplied to Iraq after the UN's embargo after the occupation of Kuwait in 1990.



- Mirage dual-seat fighter F1BQ

1980-1981 (2 Mirage F1BQ) carried the numbers (4000-4001)
1981-1982 (2 Mirage F1BQ) carried the numbers (4002-4003)
1982 - 1984 (5 Mirage F1BQ) carried the numbers (4504-4505 and 4556-4558)
1988-1989 (6 Mirage F1BQ) carried the numbers (4609-4614)

F1BQ 3 aircraft had not been delivered to Iraq as a result of the UN's embargo after 1990.


Total: -

98 aircrafts a single seat fighter.

15 aircrafts double seat fighter.

And it is so total 113 Mirage Iraq had been contracted and were delivered, which sent 24 aircrafts of them to its neighbor Iran in 1991. And out of 15 aircrfts were didn't delivred to Iraq.


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the 1978 and 1980 models had RWR...! this one 1981 doesn't have it?

Thats correct, F1C_81 is the early production F1C modified with updated radar.

They were not retrofitted with the BF RWR.

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The new release 2.0 now uses the "early" cockpit, with the "old" radar display.

In previous release, the old radar was on F1C_73 only, F1C_81 was with new radar, and for me, therefore new display as well, same as F1C_80, only the RWR removed.

Does it make sense ? Is it confirmed that the version without RWR, but new radar, had the old display ?

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