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Clin d'Ailes Swiss Air Force Museum in Payerne
Switzerland

The Clin d'Ailes Swiss Air Force Museum in Payerne gives an overview of the retired jet fighters used by the Swiss air force.

See  http://www.clindailes.ch/exp_mirageIIIds.html  (sorry, only in French)

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