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SAAB 37 Viggen in detail

Fuselage details

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The long fuselage spine features a number of small outlets. A navigation light can be seen about halfway down the fuselage.

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Looking from the top step of access ladder below, this is a good view of the port air intake. Interesting features are the gap in the lower lip of the intake and a supporting brace in the upper part with yellow stencil which reads TRAMPA EJ HÄR (no step here)

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The retractable auxiliary power generator is displayed here in the open position. The hatch is situated on the port side of the fuselage immediately in front of the wing root.

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Looking below the fuselage, there is an air intake immediately in front of the centerline pylon.

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More detail of the massive engine outlet and tail.

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