The Super Mystère Aircraft Collection

Commandant Rougevin-Baville during cockpit checking before complete installation and engine ignition. Mission coordinates were integrated by a pre-established data-card in the computer for a maximum of concentration to manage the military aspect of the flight. Thanks to Luxeuil based Radar Prediction Center's Mystère 20s reinforcing the navigation ability of pilots about to get the tactical nuke as primary mission devoted to 4th FW, they trained either by flying Mystère 20s in left seat with a Mirage III E environment or directly with Mirages in using the radar strip pictures established from scopes during definite tactical navigations done by the same Mystères. The all-weather penetration activities took the major part of the daily work of the two squadrons... (continues with next picture )