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    Designed and built by Dassault, the delta-wing Mirage 2000 first entered service for the French Air Force in 1984. This single-engine powerhouse has performance that rivals the F-16 of the USAF. Dassault built nearly 600 of several variants of the Mirage 2000 for the French Air Force and those of Indian, UAE, Taiwan, Greece and others.

    With a Mach 2.2 maximum speed and ceiling of 59,000 feet, it has a combat range of almost 900 miles. The Mirage 2000 has two 30mm cannons and up to eight air-to-air missiles.

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