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All S.African Air Force fighters now delivered: Photo essay
Pretoria - The Deputy Chief of the South African Air Force (SAAF), Major General Jerry Malinga says all 26 SAAB Gripen C and D fighters have been delivered to the Air Force.
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Massed Gripen flyby.
Three SAAF warplanes partly screened by a tree branch fly over Pretoria to enforce the no-fly zone over soccer stadia.
Three Gripen multi-role warplanes roar over the Air Force Memorial.
Gripen C flypast. Note the "reheat", or afterburner is on.
The Gripen C single seat fighter-ground attack-reconnaissance multirole aircraft of the SAAF.
The condensation is very clear as the aircraft is pulled into a very tight loop.
The Gripen multirole fighters peform a "break" over the field.
This tight formation flypast features two Hawk 120 advanced jet trainers and two Gripen fighters. The first plane is "vlaggie", in the national colours.
Number one of a series: The fighter begins to approach the sound barrier as it pulls a high-G turn and climb.
SAAF Gripen C of 2 Squadron.
As the Gripen fighter leaves our airspace, the pilot puts on some "reheat" as they call it in the SAAF.
Number two of a series: Vapour is beginning to form at the wingtips of the plane.
Gripen C no 23 of 2 Squadron pulls up in front of the spectators.
A Gripen of SAAF's 2 Squadron.
The Gripen C single-seat multi-role fighter, ground attack and reconnaissance aircraft.
The flypast by four Gripen fighters and the presidential jet.
A SAAF Hawk and two Gripen fighters fly low but not slow over a rooftop in Pretoria.
Two Gripen JAS 39 fighters on the prowl.
The SAAB JAS Gripen on static display at the air show.
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