Saab has released a new animated video showing what a hypothetical combat mission might look like in a JAS-39 Gripen NG fighter. In this video, an unnamed, but presumably western, country appears to have intervened in some sort of conflict in an arid region of the world defending an “unarmed country, desired for its strategic value.” There is also a vast demilitarized zone [?] to patrol and the unnamed enemy state flies some variant of the Flanker. The premise is somewhat ridiculous, but it’s an interesting video.
New Saab JAS-39 Gripen NG video
By Dave Majumdar on 11 January, 2013 in Uncategorised
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