RAAF: Mirage IIIO/D (Retired)

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) aircraft were assembled by the Government Aircraft Factories at Fishermans Bend, Melbourne. The other Australian aircraft manufacturer the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation built the engines for the aircraft. The RAAF had 3 variants: the Mirage IIIO(F) interceptor (48), the Mirage IIIO(A) surface attack aircraft (50) and the twin seat Mirage IIIO(D), the fighter lead-in trainer (16). The Mirage was withdrawn from RAAF service in 1988.
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Royal Australian Air Force Dassault Mirage IIIOs of Squadron over Darwin on April 1986 (Photo Source: Australian Department of Defence)

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77 Squadron Mirage IIIO - Instrument Fitters changing the TGP (Twin Gyro Platform) - Williamtown

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RAAF Mirage III0

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RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF: Mirage IIIO

RAAF: Mirage IIIO

RAAF: Mirage IIIO

RAAF: Mirage IIIO

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

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RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0

RAAF Mirage III0 - Photo by: Bill Strong

RAAF Mirage III0 - Photo by: Bill Strong

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