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Fricciones por las islas Malvinas

El diario sensacionalista inglés The Sun, del magnate Rupert Murdoch, aprovechó para reeditar una de sus celebres portadas: “Te agarré” Así titulo el día del hundimiento del crucero General Belgrano por parte del submarino nuclear británico Conqueror  en la guerra librada en 1982.  528 more words

Italeri 1:72 JAS 39 Gripen SAAF Part 4

Welcome back.  We start the painting process by pre-shading all the panel lines with flat black paint by airbrush.

Basically everywhere dirt would accumulate.

I then sprayed Humbrol 127 all over, layering it up slowly, stopping just before the pre-shading disappears.   198 more words


Italeri 1:72 JAS 39 Gripen SAAF Part 3

It has been over 6 months since I last posted.  Various reasons.  Not going to bore you.

Let’s continue where we left off.

The canopy had a bad centre seamline that had to be removed. 243 more words


The Gripen Solution

Swedish-made fighter could solve ROCAF’s air-defense, acquisition problems.

Co-author: Brian Benedictus*

The Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) appears to be a formidable force on paper, wielding 300-plus fighter jets (excluding the obsolete F-5E/F used for training), but its most recent purchase was 150 F-16A/Bs and 60 Mirage 2000s, both approved in 1992. 1,837 more words


Gripen Sales Show Need For Light Fighter Aircraft

The Saab Gripen is quietly usurping fighter aircraft sales while competitors like the Lockheed F-35 face cuts in global sales orders. The Gripen is a high-performance fighter with low price and operating costs. 61 more words

Military Aviation

Britain's decision to block Gripen sale could force Argentina to buy Russian or Chinese fighter jets

The UK’s moves to block the sale of Gripen fighter jets to Argentina has raised the prospect of the country purchasing its aircraft from Russia or China, experts tell Defense News reporters… 115 more words

Defence Watch

Sweden's GRIPEN jet fighter poised for future wars

Sweden’s JAS 39 Gripen may be one of the bigger players in future military aviation, despite it being from a small country with a jet fighter that is smaller and has less performance at the top end of the fighter military regime. 293 more words