Aeroplane Monthly 1974-09
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B.Gunston - SEPECAT Jaguar /Design analysis/ (9)
Jaguar S.06, XW380, the first to be built to RAF specification.
Breguet/BAC Jaguar two-seat prototypes E-01 and E-02 formating on single-seater A-03.
Jaguar XW563 again, venting fuel.
SEPECAT Jaguar GR.Mk 1 XX727.
French Navy M-05 with drop tank under starboard wing and AS.37 Martel anti-radiation missile under the port wing.
An underside view of OCU Jaguar GR.I XX723 during a flypast at RAF Lossiemouth.
S.07 during an early test flight. It had a taller fin than previous Jaguars.
The second prototype Jaguar GR.I for the RAF with laser nose and asymmetric store load.
Jaguar GR.I XX722 about to touch down at Lossiemouth, June this year.
Jaguar M-05, the first singleseat tactical support aircraft for the French Navy, landing on the French aircraft carrier Clemenceau in July 1970.
A line-up at RAF Lossiemouth with XX726 of 6 Squadron nearest.
Jaguar XW563 carrying two 1,000lb bombs and two 1,200lit fuel tanks.
The French Jaguar cockpit.
SEPECAT Jaguar GR.Mk 1, Royal Air Force
Three French Air Force Jaguar Es of the 1st Squadron of the 7th Escadre de Chasse.
Breguet/BAC Jaguar two-seat prototypes E-01 and E-02 formating on single-seater A-03.
E-01, the first prototype two-seater Jaguar.
A two-seat Jaguar surrounded by armament in the final assembly hangar at BAC’s Warton aerodrome.
The Jaguar final assembly line, Warton.
Two-seat Jaguar XX137.
A two-seat Jaguar takes off carrying two 1,200lit fuel tanks and four 1,000lb bombs.
Basic structure and flight controls
Operational equipment