SEPECAT Jaguar Association

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SEPECAT Jaguar Association

The Jaguar first flew in 1968 and presented with the RAF (Royal Air Force) at different RAF stations in Germany furthermore in Great Britain at Royal Air Force Coltishall, Royal Air Force Lossiemouth and preceding retirement at RAF Coningsby. Abroad administrators included France, India, Ecuador and Oman, in actuality India Oman still work Jaguars right now. The Royal Air Force  disbanded its last squadron of Jaguars, No. 6 Squadron at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire on 31st May 2007. Soon after the air ship were flown on their last flights for use as instructional airframes at Cosford. Various airplane are likewise continued charge at RAF Cranwell for ground taking care of preparing. The last ever British Jaguar flight was completed from Boscombe Down in Wiltshire on twentieth December 2007.On first April 2006 RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire turned into the new home to the RAF's last Jaguar Squadron. No. 6 Squadron having recently moved from their old base at RAF Coltishall in Norfolk on their entry the Jaguars were housed over on the most distant side of Coningsby's Airfield in the solidified sanctuaries some time ago utilized by the stations F3 Tornados. At the point when 6 Squadron touched base at Coningsby it was with the trusts that they would work their Jaguars until adequate quantities of Typhoons were accessible to re-prepare the squadron.As it turned out the Jaguars would have been utilized for a little more than twelve months until the squadron disbanded and the flying machine resigned. At the point when news broke that the disbandment was up and coming it was chosen by the squadron that the Jaguar ought to go out in style. To this end the skies around Coning by were graced by a few mass flypasts made up by the Jaguars fit as a fiddle of a number six. The squadron disbanded on 31st May 2007 and in the blink of an eye subsequently the airplane were flown in a few bunches over to their new home as ground instructional airframes at Cosford College.

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