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Jaguar XX730 Krakow
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Jaguar squadron exchange with JaboG 32

Jaguar 17sq XZ371 BP 1979
17+32 – marked for a squadron exchange with JaboG 32

info from – 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 17sq XZ371 17+32 BP 1979 drawing1
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Jaguar squadron exchange

A Phantom shot down Jaguar

May 25, 1982

Phantom F-4M 92sq XV422 O flown by Roy Lawrence with navigator Alistair Inverarity
shot down
Jaguar 14sq XX963 AL flown by Steve Griggs
by Sidewinder AIM-9G
Where? – 35 miles north-east of Bruggen, Germany
Pilot ejected safely.

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

Jaguar photo
Jaguar photo


Phantom 92sqn XV422 T
Date: ?

xv422-01 xv422-02


AirDOC 48-07 decals
Phantom 19sqn XV422 J “Jaguar Killer” Decimommanu Sardinia, 1987

Combat Decals COM72005 – Jaguar ACT

British Test & Development Aircraft

Jaguar XX765 ACT, Warton 1978

COM72005_5 Combat Decals COM72005_6 Combat Decals

Jaguar wheels by Armory Models Group

1/72 – AR AW72502
1/48 – AR AW48502


India to arm Jaguar with ASRAAM missile

India has agreed to pay £250 million to arm its Jaguar fleet with MBDA’s Advanced Short-Range Air-to-Air Missile (ASRAAM).
The ASRAAM, which beat the Rafael Python-5 to the contract, will be mounted on the Jaguar Overwing Missile Launcher pylon.
Only Jaguars upgraded to the DARIN II level will get the new weapon.

Jaguar ASRAAM defexpo2012
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Jaguar QinetiQ XZ117 ES Jaguar QinetiQ XZ117 ES

Test firings took place with the UK Royal Air Force in 2011 and the Indian Ministry of Defence chose ASRAAM as the L1, or preferred, option in late 2012.
Fit checks for ASRAAM were carried out on a UK RAF Jaguar at Boscombe Down in 2012.