John Sullivan leads 6 Squadron at the stand-down flypast in a formation of 13 aircraft (10 GR3s and 3 T4s).
With easterly winds the Jaguard departed low over the barrier at the runways end. These two are just getting airborne.
John Sullivan leading the 6 Sqn stand-down flypast. Ten GR3s and two T4s, the third T4 is out of shot acting as a camera ship.
John Sullivan landing after leading the 6 Sqn stand-down flypast.
Landing after taking part in the 6 Sqn stand-down flypast.
Instructional aircraft at the 2007 Cosford Airshow, showing the fitting of the Adour engine to good effect. Allocated the Ground Instructional serial 8951M.
Refueling from a VC-10 tanker out over the North Sea. Sadly, these aircraft are retired from service now.
The Jaguar heading back along the taxiway following
its display at Alconbury
When returning from the Gulf region the French Jaguard appeared to be painted in a fresh light brown camouflage. This colours were retained for a couple of years.
Non standard colour!