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bonjour J'ai telecharger plusieurs mirage III mais lorsque je suis dans le jeu je n'ai ni avion ni cokpit Je crois avoir compris qu'il faut le Mod Mirage III O mais je ne sais pas ou le trouver Merci  

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I hope you will do us the honour of posting in English in the future, because that is the main board language.
Enjoy SF, and enjoy CA!

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      View File Mirage IIIO SEA Camouflage
      Overview
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      Screenshots contain weapons from ravenclaw007. Submitter Sheriff001 Submitted 04/09/2018 Category Mirage 3  
    • By Sheriff001
      Overview
      TW's Mirage IIIO DLC with a SEA camouflage scheme based on the scheme used by the Mirage 5BAs of the Belgian Air Force. I did it because I never found the European camouflage on the Mirages to be all that sensible for Australia, the SEA scheme looks like a better fit. 
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      View File Armée de l'air Mirage IIIE (REDUX)
      DASSAULT MIRAGE IIIE REDUX
       
       
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      ---------------------------------
       
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      ---------------------------------
       
       
       
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