Air Pictorial 1976-10
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D.Heller - Ground Attack in a Jaguar
Jaguar GR.1s of the first four squadrons formed in R.A.F. Germany: XX970 of No. 31 Sqn. (this unit is based at Bruggen).
View of a No. 31 Squadron Jaguar GR 1 being winched into one of the HASs (Hardened Aircraft Shelters) at Bruggen - winch at bottom right
View of a No. 31 Squadron Jaguar GR 1 being winched into one of the HASs (Hardened Aircraft Shelters) at Bruggen
Jaguar GR.1s of the first four squadrons formed in R.A.F. Germany: XX956 of No. 17 Squadron (this unit is based at Bruggen).
Jaguar GR.1s of the first four squadrons formed in R.A.F. Germany: XX762 of No. 14 Sqn. (this unit is based at Bruggen).
Jaguar GR.1s of the first four squadrons formed in R.A.F. Germany: XZ101 of No. 2 Sqn. from Laarbruch
Two Jaguar GR.1s of No. 31 Squadron sweep low over the Bloodhound missiles of No. 25 Squadron which protect R.A.F. Bruggen against high-altitude attack
1. A No. 17 Squadron Jaguar GR.1 encountered during the sortie. 2. Crossing the Rhine on the homeward leg.
Dagmar Heller raises the rear canopy of the Jaguar T.2 as it taxies in after the flight. Aircraft is equipped with 1,200-litre drop tanks and a CBLS (Carrier bombs light store).
Discussing the sortie with W/Cdr. Terry Nash, C.O. of No. 31 Squadron