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India found out the Mirage 4000's hidden talent

New Dheli, India - Indian military representatives would be particularly willing to acquire the Dassault's fighter deposed by the Rafale as the Mirage 2000's successor

The news has a sensational feeling though with some plausible reason. Indian Government intends to provide with a new air superiority interceptor. Indian military authorities would be particularly interested in a never mass-produced aircraft as never ordered by any air force, that is to say the Dassault Mirage 4000 (also known as the Super Mirage 4000), a "son" to the Mirage 2000 and a "father" to...

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