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Here are my Lebanese Mirage IIIEL's that I Created for myself. A pretty neglected subject in my opinion.

They are based on the Mirage Factory Mirage IIIEA and skin wise, they pretty accurate. Credit goes to Paulopanz for his awesome work on the numbers decals. Thanks buddy!

 

Eyal

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Clean up on aisle five ......

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Rich target pickings ahoy, mateys!!

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Is that another of your target area addon? is it madagascar?

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Is that another of your target area addon? is it madagascar?

 

 

It's Madagascar. Been burning the midnight oil on target placement. Wrench is bringing it up to date.

 

'Two weeks'

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After this I no longer feel the same as before

Looks like Ken and Barbie had a divorce and Barbie had a better lawyer :grin:

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Flowers on a fighter?

 

There is just something horribly, horribly wrong with that...

 

:blink:

 

Sorry, it just had to be said...

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1969: RAF Thunderstrike S.1s deploy to Iran for Exercise PERSIAN FLAME, a series of joint exercises with the Imperial Iranian Air Force:

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The exercises included low recon, defence supression and level penetration missions using both conventional and nuclear weapons:

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There were persistent rumours that RAF aircraft carried out cross-border recce missions into the southern Soviet Union, but military authorities in both the UK and Iran would offer no comment, although it is interesting to note that the operational records relating to this exercise have remained sealed under a special 50-year ruling.

 

The Shah of Iran was particularly impressed by the performance of the British jets in both this exercise and the later Exercise PERSIAN FIRE in 1973, involving Thunderstrike S.2 aircraft, and personally directed the commander of the air force to investigate the possibility of procuring enough aircraft to equip several squadrons.

 

From Osprey Air Combat 105: RAF BAC Thunderstrike Units in Combat author S Pinners, illus. S U Ndowner (2012)

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After this I no longer feel the same as before

 

"Se pueden hacer carreteras, con los kilometros...."

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