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