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Tag: South African Air Force

MiG-23 Vs Mirage F.1: when Cuban-flown Angolan Floggers clashed with South African Mirages
The SAAF had to admit that - thanks to the superior armament of the Cuban-flown MiG-23MLs - Angola was now in possession of air superiority Located in south-central Africa, the Republic of Angola is a former Portuguese colony. It remained a Portuguese overseas province from the 16th century until it gained independence on Nov. 1, 1975, following the end of...
After having bought 22 Mirage F1s Draken buys 12 Atlas Cheetah fighters
The Cheetah fighters have an average of 500 hours on each airframe and are considerably younger than many of the F-16’s, F-15’s and F/A-18's they will challenge in the Red Air capacity Draken International announced on Dec. 11 that it has acquired twelve former South African Air Force Atlas Cheetah fighters. The purchase consists of nine Cheetah Cs and 3 Cheetah...
After ATAC another defense contractor buys surplus Mirage F1 fighters for aggressor role
Paramount Aerospace Systems will operate them alongside Mirage F1 fleet that was acquired from the South African Air Force in 2006 South African defense contractor Paramount Group has bought four surplus twin seat Dassault Mirage F1B fighter jets from the French government for aggressor training. The group’s subsidiary – Paramount Aerospace Systems – will operate them alongside its single-seat Mirage F1 fleet...
The Gripen will use its Rafael Litening III targeting pod to scan the area at night and direct wildlife rangers to the poachers’ camps South African Air Force (SAAF) has 19 single-seat JAS-39C Gripen fighters and nine two-seat D-model examples, most of which are operated by 2 Squadron (2 Sqn) at Waterkloof air base. Noteworthy at least 12 of the aircraft...

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