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Gripen Aggressor

Inläggav Bengt Ekbladh » 12 sep 2017, 15:35

Gripen Aggressor
"ny" version på G??
Planet som går under namnet Gripen Aggressor är tänkt att agera motståndare i samband med att stridspiloter tränar inför verkliga luftstrider.

Saab presenterar ny variant av Gripen
https://www.nyteknik.se/fordon/saab-pre ... en-6870369

Någon framtid?
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Re: Gripen Aggressor

Inläggav Stellan » 12 sep 2017, 18:39

Såg just också detta pressmeddelande/notis i DI och SvD. Som jag förstår det är det en C som rensats på all vapenbärande kapacitet men kunna simulera det som behövs. Om man rensar bort allt "onödigt" kanske det blir rena sportbilen? Tänkta köpare var väl främst UK och USA. Kan tänka mig att företaget Draken International möjligtvis är en kund då de bedriver agressorkapacitet på beställning.
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Re: Gripen Aggressor

Inläggav Mikael Olrog » 14 sep 2017, 18:27

Blir en schysst bizjet... :-)
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Re: Gripen Aggressor

Inläggav Bengt Ekbladh » 16 sep 2017, 20:27

Gripen turns aggressor

""Today, Saab (Stand N2-230) is unveiling the latest member of its Gripen multirole fighter family. The Gripen Aggressor is a proposal aimed at providing a high-end ‘Red Air’ adversary aircraft.""


Gripen Aggressor is based on the Gripen C airframe, with a Gripen D-based two-seater an option.

Saab is no stranger to the UK or contracted training services. It has supported the UK Empire Test Pilots’ School training syllabus since 1999 by providing a Gripen two-seater and support activities, including SK 60 radar target aircraft, for several weeks every year.

Läs vidare::::
http://www.janes.com/article/73789/grip ... r-dsei17d1
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Re: Gripen Aggressor

Inläggav Bengt Ekbladh » 27 sep 2017, 17:03

Saab Gripen Agressor concept makes world premiere in London

https://www.airrecognition.com/index.ph ... ondon.html

The Swedish defense company Saab presented a new variant of Gripen, Gripen Aggressor yesterday at DSEi 2017 exhibition in London. Gripen Aggressor is based on the proven Gripen C-series and is the ultimate platform for the adversary air combat training market. Gripen Aggressor brings a unique mix of high performance, mission flexibility and availability combined with a low life cycle cost.
There is a growing segment within the adversary air combat training market for highly advanced aggressor capabilities to be able to perform realistic combat training. Gripen Aggressor provides an exceptional, dissimilar opponent aircraft system against which pilots will sharpen and refine their combat skills so as to fight and win against an advanced enemy threat.

“There is a major difference in the capabilities provided by the aggressors on the market today and what the need is for the coming years. In order to train as you fight, you need to fly advanced combat tactics against peer and near peer opponents like the Gripen Aggressor. Essentially world class pilots need to train against world class opponents and that is the Gripen Aggressor”, says Richard Smith, head of Gripen marketing & sales at Saab.

Gripen Aggressor is based on the proven Gripen C-series fighter weapon system, but has been customised for the aggressor role. It has all the renowned handling and flight characteristics associated with the Gripen C and its advanced sensor and datalink capabilities, but will not carry live armament. The Gripen C-series is in-service across the world including NATO members and has a firm development plan with on-going enhancements in hand.

An aggressor, or adversary, aircraft, is used to act as an opposing force in advanced military combat training. Aggressor squadrons use enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures to provide a realistic environment for the fighter pilots to train against. Saab sees potential for the platform as a high-level aggressor option within both the United States Air Force’s Adversary Air (ADAIR) and UK MOD’s Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT) requirements, and wherever users look to prepare pilots for the challenges of sophisticated modern air combat.
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