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Mitsubishi/Saab JAS-41 (F-2S) Paladin, Preseries Livery, ca. 1998large.img00006.png.f6a11780f350c8d1346707ca8613b4bd.pnglarge.img00007.png.9de9c5ed57671e534b6ddc50c2a8ccaa.pnglarge.img00008.png.4b5fb828ff391309c0f5063169911ee9.png

 

F21 Luleå, 2004

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F7 Sätenås, 2020

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I like the Splinter camo' one, looks sharp.

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Really nice work,  thank you Val. :drinks:

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22 hours ago, dsawan said:

Yessssssssssss! beggin for a standalone release

 

20 hours ago, ext said:

Very Nice! Hope you upload.

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The Swedish roundel is one of the best look ones in the world. I think it makes a lot of aircraft look good.

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