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Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Fighter Bomber Plane

The Sepecat Jaguar is a joint Anglo-French design dating back to 1965, it was originally conceived as a dual-role advanced/operational trainer and tactical support aircraft, the Jaguar design however rapidly evolved into a fighter-bomber. The first Sepecat Jaguar was delivered to the RAF in 1973, and at one stage was standard equipment with 8 front-line squadrons in both the UK and Germany. The French Air Force retired it's Jaguars in 2005 and the RAF in 2007, but Jaguars remain operational with the Indian Air Force and the Royal Air Force of Oman.

Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Bomber Plane


The Jaguar GR3A pictured above was of 41 Squadron based at RAF Coltishall, it was decominitioned the very next day having run out of service hours on it's airframe! The Sepecat Jaguar was retired from RAF service in April 2007 at which time a total of 543 aircraft had been built.

Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Specifications:

  • Crew: GR3 pilot only - T4 pilot and trainee in tandem
  • Engines: Two Rolls-Royce (Turbomeca) Adour turbofans
  • Length: 55ft 2in (16.83m)
  • Wingspan: 28ft 6 in (8.69m)
  • Top Speed: 1,056mph (1,700km/h)

Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Armament:

  • Two 30mm Aden guns

Max 10,000lb (4,500kg) of stores including:

  • 1,000lb general purpose bombs
  • CBU-87 cluster bombs
  • Paveway 2 or Paveway 3 precision-guided bombs
  • CRV-7 rocket pods
  • Twin over-wing Sidewinder or ASRAAM air-to-air missiles

    Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Ground
    Attack Aircraft

    This RAF Jaguar GR3A picture has been digitally re-mastered from a MOD picture, it therefore contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v2.0

    RAF Jaguar GR3A
    RAF Jaguar
    Operation Desert Storm

    This RAF Sepecat Jaguar GR1 is pictured in desert camouflage during "Operation Desert Storm" in the Gulf War of 1991. As the Jaguars were not equipped to "light" their targets as required with precision laser guided bombs, Buccaneer aircraft flew with them to illuminate their  targets for them with their lasers. This Jaguar photo has been digitally re-mastered from  a U.S. Defense- imagery picture deemed to be in the public domain.

    RAF Jaguar GR1 in desert Camouflage

    Sepecat Jaguar GR3A
    Strike Aircraft

    Sepecat Jaguar GR3A Bomber

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