Royal Danish Air Force, Saab 35XD at Karup, Squadron 725 or 729
Danish export versions: F-35 single-seat Strike Aircraft, TF-35 two-seat trainer and RF-35 reconnaissance aircraft. The type was heavily modified to make it into a strike aircraft compared the Swedish versions.
All Drakens were interceptors with limited air-to-ground capability, with the sole exception of the Danish Drakens, which were strike aircraft capable of carrying AGM-12 Bullpup missiles, advanced "jammers", and increased internal and external fuel stores. The Danish Drakens was the heaviest of the series to have been in service. Danish F-35 aircraft were retired in 1993.
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