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Corgi – SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1 (Breguet/BAC) , ‘XX109’ RAF , M55 Motorway Trials Lancashire 1975

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                        SEPECAT Jaguar

SEPECAT Jaguar je britsko-francouzský proudový bojový letoun určený k útokům na pozemní cíle původně používaný britským Královským letectvem (RAF) a francouzským letectvem (Armée de l’Air) a určený k provádění blízké letecké podpory a jaderným úderům.

The SEPECAT Jaguar  ( SEPECAT-Société Européenne de Production de l’avion Ecole de Combat et d’Appui Tactique ) is a British-French jet attack aircraft originally used by the British Royal Air Force and the French Air Force in the close air support and nuclear strike role.

RoleAttack aircraft
National originFrance/United Kingdom
ManufacturerSEPECAT (Breguet/BAC)
First flight8 September 1968
Introduction1973
Retired2005 (France) / 2007 (UK) / 2014 (Oman)
StatusActive (India)
Primary usersIndian Air Force (current user)
Royal Air Force of Oman (historical)
French Air Force (historical)
Royal Air Force (historical)
Produced1968–1981
Number built543
Unit cost
US$8 million (2008)
Jaguar A
Single-seat all-weather tactical strike, ground-attack fighter version for the French Air Force, two prototypes and 160 production aircraft built.
Jaguar B / Jaguar T2
Two-seat training version for the Royal Air Force, one prototype and 38 production aircraft built.Capable of secondary role of strike and ground attack. Two flown by Empire Test Pilots School (ETPS) and one by Institute of Aviation Medicine. Equipped for inflight refuelling and with a single Aden cannon.
Jaguar T2A
Jaguar T2 upgrade similar to GR1A, 14 conversions from T2.
Jaguar T2B
two Jaguar T2A aircraft given TIALD capability. An “unofficial” designation.

A Jaguar T4 two-seat trainer of the Royal Air Force

Jaguar T4

Jaguar T2A upgraded to Jaguar 96 standard.

No. 16 Squadron is a flying squadron of the Royal Air Force. It formed in 1915 at Saint-Omer to carry out a mixture of offensive patrolling and reconnaissance and was disbanded in 1919 with the end of the First World War. The squadron reformed on 1 April 1924 and again took on a reconnaissance role which it continued throughout the Second World War.

16 Squadron’s ‘Saint’ logo. The nickname stems from the original formation at Saint Omer. In the past, the logo has been painted onto 16 Squadron aircraft and worn as a badge on the flying suits. The badge is presented to student pilots after their first solo sortie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Air Force

Badge of the Royal Air Force
Founded1 April 1918; 101 years ago
CountryUnited Kingdom
TypeAir force
RoleAerial warfare
Size33,840 active personnel
832 operational aircraft
1,940 RAuxAF
2,220 reserve personnel
Part ofBritish Armed Forces
Air Staff OfficesWhitehall, London
Motto(s)Latin: Per Ardua ad Astra
“Through Adversity to the Stars”
MarchRoyal Air Force March Past
Commanders
Chief of the Air StaffAir Chief Marshal Mike Wigston
Notable
commanders
Lord Trenchard
Lord Portal
Insignia
Ensign
Logo
Roundels
Fin flashes
Pilot’s brevet
Aircraft flown
Attack
Fighter
Trainer helicopter
Utility helicopter
Reconnaissance
Trainer
Transport

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