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J-35 Draken pack (A,B,BS,D,FS,J,OE,F.35)

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J-35 Draken pack (A,B,BS,D,FS,J,OE,F.35)

J-35 Draken pack (A,B,BS,D,FS,J,OE,F.35) final Beta (need pylons work for J-35j & F.35 & 135mm & 75mm RP models)


Used items:


Model: J35F Draken Addon v1.1 http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...mp;showfile=236


Skins: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...amp;showcat=159 by Hoarmurath


Reference link: http://w1.465.telia.com/~u46506466/English/Start.htm


J-35 history (from internet)


J 35A

Fighter version, total production: 90. The J 35As were delivered between 1959-1961. The tail section was lengthened after the 66th aircraft to house a new afterburner for additional thrust. This forced the installation of a retractable tail-wheel. The two versions were nicknamed Adam kort (Adam short) and Adam lang (Adam long).

J 35B

Fighter version, built and delivered between 1962–1963, total production: 73. This variant had improved radar and gun sights, and was also fully integrated into the Swedish STRIL 60 system; a combat guidance and air surveillance system.

J 35D

Fighter version, delivered between 1963-1964, total production: 120. The aircraft had a new and more powerful Rolls-Royce Avon 300 (RM 6C), which could deliver 77.3 kN thrust when using its afterburner. This was also the fastest Draken version, and capable of accelerating until out of fuel. It was also the last Draken to carry two cannon.

J 35F

Fighter version, delivered between 1965 and 1972, total production: 230. This variant had improved electronics and avionics, e.g. integrated radar, aim and missile systems. The aircraft's main armament where IR and SARH versions of the Hughes Falcon missile originally intended for the J 35D , but one of the cannon was removed to give space for more avionics. The J 35F2 was a J 35F, produced with a Hughes Aircraft Company N71 infra red sensor, a so-called IR seeker. This was a change in the production line from the no 35501 airframe.

J 35J

In 1985 the Swedish government decided to modify 54 J 35F2's to J 35J standard. In 1987 12 more modifications where ordered. Between 1987 and 1991, the aircraft were given a longer lifespan, more modern electronics, a modernized cannon, an additional 2 sidewinder pylons under the air intakes and increased fuel capacity. The final operative J 35J flew for the last time in 1999.

Saab 35BS

Used J 35Bs sold to Finland.

Saab 35FS

Used J 35Fs sold to Finland.

Saab 35OE

In the mid 1980s, Saab purchased back 24 J 35D aircraft from the Swedish Air Force and converted them into the J 35O version (also called J 35OE in English literature). These were later exported to Austria.


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