The first photo shows a Gripen being built for the Thai Air Force. The last is a general shot of Linköping.
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plz watch this video
why is there a thailand's flag to the right of the cockpit in the first pic. Outsourcing???
No! That's a Gripen being built for the Royal Thai Air Force.
Why would Saab outsource one of its prized defense systems to Thailand?
Because Thailand has bought a small number of gripens.
@ Anon 6:40 AM
Are you living under rocks? It was clearly mentioned at the bottom that those are meant for Thailand. Hence the flag.
Probably coz that Grippen you see in the picture is being made for the Thai air force. Sheesh !
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