Dassault Super Mystere B-2
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The IAF's first supersonic fighter, the Super
Mystere served as its principle interceptor until after the arrival of
the Mirage era. During the Six Day War Super Mysteres attacked enemy airfields
and shot down 5 planes, including superior MiG-21s. Twenty-five aircrafts
were refitted with an american J-52 engine (from the A-4 Skyhawk). The
refurbished plane was renamed "Saar" and saw action in the '73 Yom Kippur
Type: Fighter - bomber;
Country of origin: France;
Speed 1 Mach;
Range 870 km.