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The RAF accepted delivery of the first of 165 single-seat Jaguar GR1s in 1974. Designed and built by the Anglo-French joint Venture SEPECAT the aircraft was a child of the cold war with the combining supersonic speeds and the ability to deliver a tactical nuclear strike as part of its armaments. During the Gulf War the Jaguar proved to be more mechanically reliable than the Tornado, but did suffer from poor navigation and targeting issues. The RAF retired the Jaguar in 2007 but the aircraft is still a mainstay of the Indian Air Force.
|Dimensions||35 x 26 x 22 cm|