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SEPECAT Jaguar: Strike aircraft
The SEPECAT Jaguar is a British-French jet attack aircraft originally used by the British Royal Air Force and the French Air Force in the close air support and nuclear strike role. It is still in service in significantly upgraded form with the Indian Air Force.

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Air Force lauds pilot of Jaguar aircraft for 'prompt action', averting tragedy in Ambala

The aircraft, with two additional fuel drop tanks and Carrier Bomb Light Stores (CBLS) pods, took off from the Air Force Station, Ambala for a training mission on Thursday.
DNA - Published

Watch: How 'quick thinking' IAF pilot saved lives and his Jaguar aircraft after being hit by flock of birds

The pilot assessed the situation in seconds and was able to make an emergency landing, the IAF said on Friday.
DNA - Published

Jaguar fighter jet drops jettisoned fuel tank, practice bombs after being hit by a bird in Ambala

The jettisoned fuel tank dropped from the Jaguar exploded on the boundary wall of IAF Station causing a panic in the residential area along the station boundary wall. Moreover, the fighter jet also..
IndiaTimes - Published

IAF aircraft suffers engine failure mid-air, lands safely in Ambala

Prompt action by an Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot saved his Jaguar fighter aircraft after it suffered a bird hit soon after taking off from the Ambala air base and landed back safely on Thursday..
DNA - Published

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