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SEPECAT Jaguar - Survivor XX150

T.4 XX150 - Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Jaguar T.4 XX150 at Bentwaters , 22nd September 2008; Richard E Flagg

XX150 first flew on the 30th of September 1974 and was delivered to the Royal Air Force a month later.
At some point during XX150s career, she was converted to T4 standard and retired to St Athan on the 9th January 1974 for spares recovery.

Once stripped of parts, the airframe was sold to Everett Aero who moved it to Bentwaters Airfield with many other Jaguars. XX150 was sold and exported to Honeywell in Phoenix, Arizona, US.

XX150 was road moved to the Pima Air & Space Museum alongside Jaguar XX737 on the 14th October 2021 where both will be restored and join Pima's other Jaguar XZ396 on static display at the museum.

Information on this page current as of 19/10/2021, last updated by Jake

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