Integration of a Jaguar in the Air and Space museum

2021/01/25
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On Sunday January 17, a ceremony was held to integrate a Jaguar A91, which took part in the Daguet operation, into the collections of the Air and Space museum (Paris - Le Bourget).

On Sunday January 17, a ceremony was held to integrate a Jaguar A91, which took part in the Daguet operation, into the collections of the Air and Space museum (Paris – Le Bourget).

The event was presided by the Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Armed Forces, Mrs. Geneviève Darrieussecq.

The Jaguar A91 entered the museum as part of the museum renovation project, planned for 2024.

The first flight of the Jaguar took place on September 8, 1968 at Istres, piloted by Bernard Witt. Out of service since 2005, this single-seater Franco-British supersonic tactical support aircraft had joined the Air Force in 1972.

To find out more about the Jaguar and its history, consult its descriptive sheet on our website!

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