Engine bearers, all mounted from Argenteuil as well as the reactors from Melun, at Bourdeau Merignac are only the mounting and the first trial flights. The hoisting of the Mirage III is done in the following way. The engine bearers, lee boards supplementary reservoirs are stocked to supply the chain. Hoisting of the lee-board and of the car, fitting-up and equipping of the pilot's post, installing of the wheels, and of the brakes, installing of reactors and the ejectable seats. Departure of the plane on the parking. C.U. of Mirage take offs and landings of Mirage coming down of the trail pilot and filling of the reservoir. Establishment Marcel Dassault with the block where the mounting is done. Assemble of the mounting chain, close shot of the 1700 liters. Stocking after transport of preparation to the chain, car and lee board man working in the tunnel pilot post. Workers on the chain. Hangars B where the finishing is done, general ghot with 20 Mirages being finished. Installing of the ejectable seat. Reactors brought on a roller for the building of the plane. Trying of the brakes. Installing of wheels. Lee boards and wings hoisting. Reastors mounted on pully put in position on the plane, and slipping of reactor in tunnel.
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