Military t-shirt STRIKER JAS 39 GRIPENCode: 11014/BIL 11014/BIL2 11014/BIL3 11014/BIL4 11014/BIL5 11014/BIL6 11014/MOD 11014/MOD2 11014/MOD3 11014/MOD4 11014/MOD5 11014/MOD6 11014/CER 11014/M 11014/L 11014/XL 11014/XXL 11014/CER2 11014/OLI 11014/M2 11014/L2 11014/XL2 11014/XXL2 11014/OLI2 11014/PIS 11014/M3 11014/L3 11014/XL3 11014/XXL3 11014/PIS2 11014/S 11014/M4 11014/L4 11014/XL4 11014/XXL4 11014/XXX Choose variant
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In 1979, the Swedish government began development studies for an aircraft capable of fighter, attack, and reconnaissance missions to replace the Saab 35 Draken and 37 Viggen in the Swedish Air Force. A new design from Saab was selected and developed as the JAS 39, first flying in 1988, delivery of first serial production airplane occurred in 1993, and entered service with the Swedish Air Force in 1996. Upgraded variants, featuring more advanced avionics and adaptations for longer mission times, began entering service in 2003.
To market the aircraft internationally, Saab formed partnerships and collaborative efforts with overseas aerospace companies, including, in 2001, BAE Systems. On the export market, early models of the Gripen achieved moderate success in sales to nations in Central Europe, South Africa, and Southeast Asia; bribery was suspected in some of these procurements, but authorities closed the investigation in 2009.
An updated and redeveloped version, designated Gripen JAS 39E/F but previously referred to as Gripen NG or Super JAS, began deliveries to the Swedish and Brazilian Air Forces as of 2019. The changes from the C-series to E-series include the adoption of a new powerplant, the General Electric F414G, an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, and significantly increased internal fuel capacity.
As of 2020, more than 271 Gripens of all models, A–F, have been built.
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