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Photo ID 269912 by Jan Eenling. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XZ357
Photo ID: 269912
CAMAO exercise Kleine Brogel 2003, XZ357/FK together with XZ104/FM. scanned from print
Photo ID 269839 by Jan Eenling. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XZ108
Photo ID: 269839
Koninklijke Luchtmacht open dagen Twenthe AFB 1996. scanned from print
Photo ID 269495 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3, XX748
Photo ID: 269495
Photo ID 269493 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar T4, XX840
Photo ID: 269493
16 Sqn
Photo ID 269460 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XZ117
Photo ID: 269460
Photo ID 269459 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3, XX748
Photo ID: 269459
Photo ID 269458 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3, XX748
Photo ID: 269458
Photo ID 269440 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3, XX748
Photo ID: 269440
54 Sqn
Photo ID 267701 by Michael Baldock. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XZ367
Photo ID: 267701
Back to the 25th May 1991 and the Mildenhall Air Fete, a reminder of the recently ended Gulf Air War. This was Jaguar GR.1A XZ367 as 54 Sqn 'GP' wearing White Rose nose art plus an ordnance tally. She is now an instructional airframe with 1 SoTT.
Photo ID 267676 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1, XX109
Photo ID: 267676
XX109 was mainly used for development work and service trials with the A&AEE. On 26 April 1975, BAC testpilot Tim Ferguson undertook several take-offs and landings on the then new M55 motorway near Blackpool to test the type’s rough airstrip capacity.
Photo ID 267370 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 267370
The ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", poses for the photographers, during a night-shoot/re-enactment event at RAF Bentwaters (organized by BCWM & COAP).
Photo ID 266367 by W.A.Kazior. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XZ396
Photo ID: 266367
Pima Air & Space Museum - Tucson, AZ
Photo ID 266366 by W.A.Kazior. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XZ396
Photo ID: 266366
Pima Air & Space Museum - Tucson, AZ
Photo ID 265147 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 265147
The ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", poses for the photographers, during a night-shoot/re-enactment event at RAF Bentwaters (organized by BCWM & COAP).
Photo ID 265128 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 265128
The ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", poses for the photographers, during a photo-shoot at RAF Bentwaters (organized by BCWM & COAP).
Photo ID 265127 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 265127
The ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", poses for the photographers, during a night-shoot at RAF Bentwaters (organized by BCWM & COAP).
Photo ID 265096 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 265096
This ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", piloted by Djeeraj "D-Reg" Bhasin (MBE RAF Wing Commander), is seen here completing its spectacular high-speed taxi-run, at RAF Bentwaters (organized by BCWM & COAP).
Photo ID 265095 by Walter Van Bel. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1A, XX741
Photo ID: 265095
This ex-RAF Sepecat Jaguar (XX741; msnS38; EJ) from the "Flying Canopeners", piloted by Djeeraj "D-Reg" Bhasin (MBE RAF Wing Commander), is seen here reversing on the runway after completing its spectacular high-speed taxi-run, at RAF Bentwaters.
Photo ID 264898 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XZ396
Photo ID: 264898
Photo ID 264855 by Chris Albutt. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar T2A, ZB615
Photo ID: 264855
RAF Jaguar T-2 taken at RAF Cosford,
Photo ID 264663 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR1, XX761
Photo ID: 264663
In the central position of XX761's cockpit, below the HUD, is the Projected Map Display, or ‘moving map’, manufactured by Elliott Bros (London) Ltd. The map scale on the PMD could be changed between 1:500,000 and 1:250,000.
Photo ID 263482 by Jason Grant. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar T2A, ZB615
Photo ID: 263482
Photo ID 263481 by Jason Grant. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XX725
Photo ID: 263481
Photo ID 263480 by Jason Grant. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar GR3A, XX725
Photo ID: 263480
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