The Dassault Mirage IIIE was developed into the Mirage 5 aircraft after Israeli experience in the Six Day War. The Mirage 5 became an export success and the type continued into service well into the 21st century.
Later versions of the Mirage 5 had the Electronique Marcel Dassault (EMD) AIDA II solid-state fire-control radar was fitted in the nose. This version has a distinctively sharper nose than the early production and was fitted to the 50-01, 5COA (Colombia), 5D (Libya), 5PA (Pakistan), 5V (Venezuela), 5AD (Abu Dhabi), 5SDE2 (Egypt), 5M (Zaire), 5G and 5G2 (Gabon).
The set includes a single nose cast in polyurethane resin and is designed for the High Planes kit.