Dassault Stealth Fighter Concepts

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From French aerospace mag Air&Cosmos July 1994. I made this drawing based on the magazine article.

Can anybody post the original pic and additional information on Dassault post-Rafale studies in the 90's?
 

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The only picture I've found showing a Dassault stealth concept is from
the FlugRevue .12.99 and is designated "Future Avion de Combat Europeén",
short FACE.
 

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Dassault FACE project...it was more focused on UCAV development rather than a manned aircraft.
 

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pometablava said:
From French aerospace mag Air&Cosmos July 1994. I made this drawing based on the magazine article.

Can anybody post the original pic and additional information on Dassault post-Rafale studies in the 90's?

This picture is from the book: "Dassault - L'Enterprise - 1945-1995 ... 50 ans d'aventure aéronautique" (C. Carlier / L. Berger) - Vol. 1 (page: 186)

... but sorry, nothing more !

Deino :)
 

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Something from Stephen Trimble.

It's only an artist's concept, but this vision (see bottom left-corner, below) of a French fifth-generation strike aircraft definitely caught my attention. The slide appeared during Dassault's press briefing on the Rafale. I didn't have my best camera, it was a dark room, and I had a bad angle, so this is the best I could do with the image. It makes you wonder what else Dassault is thinking about after the Rafale and the unmanned nEUROn demonstrator.

Picture is in low quality, so its difficult to guess (even if its manned or not) but it has shape close to the AVE-D and Grand Duc. It seems logical, considering that the Grand Duc was originally the final full-scale product.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/the-dewline/2011/04/laad11-latin-americas-biggest.html
 

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So did I with the powerfull software package, however the combination of low quality camera and dark shadows means a lot of jpeg compression, so the important data were lost. However, if it is unmanned, I am almost sure it represents AVE-D shape.
 

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Matej said:
So did I with the powerfull software package, however the combination of low quality camera and dark shadows means a lot of jpeg compression, so the important data were lost. However, if it is unmanned, I am almost sure it represents AVE-D shape.

I thought the same thing. Appears to be very similiar in shape.
 
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