Jaguar 1/32 coming soon from Kitty Hawk
Jaguar 41sq XZ363 A
Jaguar 17sq XZ371 BP 1979
info from http://www.i-f-s.nl/squadron-exchanges-1979/ – August 1979
“This month there was a squadron exchange between the German Air Force JBG32 based at Lechfeld, flying the F-104G and the Royal Air Force 17 Squadron flying the Sepecat Jaguar GR.1 aircraft from Bruggen, Germany. It is unknown if it was a 1 or a 2 way exchange but most probably one-way, only Jaguar aircraft to Lechfeld.”
Hans-Juergen Breuer: I can confirm the Exchange with No 17 and JBG-32 Lechfeld. It was a one Way Exchange! The Exchange took place 30.07-08.08.1979. Bruggen sent the following Jaguars to Lechfeld. XX768/BA,821/BF,840/BZ,823/BG with XZ376/BE,371/BP. The Jaguar with the special Scheme 17+32 was real and returned to Bruggen on 6.08 – Saw it land only that Day.What a Scheme….but it only lasted for that Flight.Next Time I saw it – was back in normal Paint.!
Jaguar squadron exchange
May 25, 1982
Phantom F-4M 92sq XV422 O flown by Roy Lawrence with navigator Alistair Inverarity
Phantom was named ‘JAG KILLER’ and a Kill marking of a Jaguar was on the port intake.
Phantom photos Jag Killer photos taken by Todd Pomerleau
Phantom 92sqn XV422 T
AirDOC 48-07 decals
Publication by Patrick Watson
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