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SEPECAT Jaguar E two-seater
In the 1960s, France and the United Kingdom sought to replace the Fouga Magister and the Hawker Hunter with an aircraft that would provide both ground attack and training. Manufacturers from both countries joined forces to build the SEPECAT Jaguar range. The French two-seater trainer was the Jaguar E, which made its first flight on 8 September 1968. Forty Jaguar E’s were built and assigned to combat schools. The two cockpits of the Jaguar E are separated by a glass pane and the rear cockpit is raised 0.38 metres above the front.
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