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Anniversary markings for Cosford Jaguar

Photo: SEPECAT Jaguar T.4 XX835's new tail markings. NIGEL PRICE


SEPECAT Jaguar T.4 XX835, an instructional airframe at Cosford’s No.1 School of Technical Training, has gained RAF 238 Squadron centenary tail markings.

Then unit was formed as a flying boat operator at RAF Cattewater in Devon on August 20, 1918, and later flew Spitfires in the Battle of Britain. In its latter days it served as a non-flying unit at Cosford, Shropshire. Its many roles included engineering instruction using the school’s large fleet of grounded Jaguars, and flight line training.

SEPECAT Jaguar T.4 XX835 at Cosford recently. NIGEL PRICE


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