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Description Ecuadorian Air Force Mirage F.1JA FAE-806, shown here with a Rafael Python 3 AAM, a Matra Magic 2 AAM, and an external fuel tank. The killmarking represents the Peruvian Air Force Sukhoi Su-22M shot down by this aircraft on Feb/10/1995 during the Cenepa War.
Date 5 May 2006
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