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Haynes, 1st ed., 1984. 56 pp., cold., photo-plates + numerous b&w photo-ills., + ills. Pict., boards; 27 x 21cm. FINE. The Anglo-French Jaguar made its mark as one of the most important combat aircraft in the West and was a classic example of international co-operation in the creation of modern warplanes. Established as a front-line type in service with the RAF and Armee de l’Air units, the soundness of the Jaguar design and concept led to important export successes with continued orders from overseas and licensed production in India. Its true value as an operational and advanced trainer and tactical strike aircraft has been thoroughly demonstrated in service.

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