Countries of Origin France, United Kingdom.
Similar Aircraft F-4 Phantom II, Mitsubishi F-1, MiG-27 Flogger, AMX.
Crew One; trainer–two.
Role Strike, fighter, trainer.
Armament Cannon, rockets, bombs, missiles.
Dimensions Length: 51 ft (15.54 m). Span: 28 ft (8.54 m).

Jaguar WEFT Description

Wings High-mounted, swept-back, and modified delta with blunt tips.
Engine(s) Two turbofans mounted to the rear of the cockpit. Rectangular air intakes on sides of cockpit. Engine exhausts show prominently under the forward portion of the tail.
Fuselage Long, pointed, chiseled nose. Body widens at the air intakes rectangular to the exhausts. Overhanging tail section. Two belly fins. Bubble canopy.
Tail Tail flats and fin are swept-back and tapered with square tips. Flats are mid-mounted on the fuselage with a negative slant.

Countries which Fly the Jaguar

Ecuador, France, India, Nigeria, Oman, United Kingdom.

Manufacturer Web Site

BAE Systems

Books on the Jaguar

World Air Power Journal: Focus Aircraft: Sepecat Jaguar - the Highly Successful Anglo-French Warplane Described in Detail
World Air Power Journal: Focus Aircraft: Sepecat Jaguar – the Highly Successful Anglo-French Warplane Described in Detail

Jaguar (Combat Aircraft Library)
Jaguar (Combat Aircraft Library)

SEPECAT Jaguar (Modern combat aircraft)
SEPECAT Jaguar (Modern combat aircraft)

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