-The Mirage 2000N is based on the double-seat Mirage 2000B and has the operational capability of an ASMP, a cruise missile equipped with a nuclear warhead.
-The French Air Force has been operating the Mirage IV as a strategic bomber since 1964, but in the 1980s the aircraft was obsolete, and as a successor, it will be a development of the Mirage 2000 under development by Dassault In 1979, a contract was signed with Dassault in 1979 for a prototype of the Mirage 2000P invasive attack aircraft.
-Immediately afterwards, the aircraft's name was changed to Mirage 2000N, which means giving nuclear attack power.
-Of the 75 Mirage 2000N ordered by the French Air Force, up to 31 units are classified as Mirage 2000N-K1 which is dedicated to carrying ASMP, and from Unit 32 onwards it is classified as Mirage 2000N-K2 which is a combined mission aircraft that can carry conventional weapons. It has been.
-Mirage 2000D is a fighter-bomber type that removes nuclear attack capability from Mirage 2000N and strengthens ground attack capability with conventional weapons, and was originally called Mirage 2000N´, but to avoid confusion with Mirage 2000N, Mirage 2000D It has been renamed.
-The French Air Force has been deploying units since 1993 in parallel with the Mirage 2000D operational test.
-The export of the Mirage 2000D was made possible by the elimination of its nuclear attack capability, and sales were actively promoted overseas under the name Mirage 2000S.
-The kit comes with 9 different markings.
-When completed: Total length of about 45.5cm, total width of about 28.5cm
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