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ANALYSIS: How Gripen became prize Thai fighter

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ANALYSIS: How Gripen became prize Thai fighter

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ANALYSIS: How Gripen became prize Thai fighter

Interesting and quite lengthy article on Flight Global.

Last year brought twin milestones for the Royal Thai Air Force’s fleet of Saab Gripen C/Ds, with the service having marked a decade since ordering the Swedish-built fighter, and completed its first 10,000 flying hours with the single-engined type.
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