|SIZE:||280 x 220 mm|
|INSIDE:||8 pages colour, 180 black & white photographs|
SEPECAT Jaguar tells the full story of the first bi-national military aircraft programme from its beginnings in 1966 with the collaboration of the British Aircraft Corporation and Dassault Breguet, through to its successes in the Gulf and over Bosnia. Despite being overshadowed by the Harrier, Tornado and Mirage, the Jaguar has earned a place in history as a highly effective ground-attack aeroplane.
With over 180 photographs and full details of RAF, Armee de I'Air and export aircraft, this book will appeal to anyone with an interest in modern military aeroplanes.
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