List of military aircraft of Sweden

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This is a list of Swedish military aircraft since its start. It is not guaranteed to be up-to-date or to be accurate, or complete. Aircraft still in service noted.

Early aircraft[edit]

Early balloons of the Army and Navy[edit]

Designation Number Used Year Entered Service Info
Fästningsballong 1898 1 1898 First Swedish military aircraft
Drakballong m/09 5 1909 -
Kronan 1909 1 1909
Drakballong typ Ä 1 -
Fältballong m/23 1 1923 -
Kulballong m/23 1 1923 -
Fältballong 1926 1 1926 -

Early Navy[edit]

(The aviation corps became a separate organization in 1915.)

Aircraft # Used Year
Nyrop 2 (Bleriot XI) (N:r 1) 1 1911–1913, 1916
Nieuport IV.M 1 1913–1918
Donnet-Leveque 2 1913–1918
Farman HF.23 2 1913–1917
SW 11 (Farman HF 23) 7 1914–1920
Thulin B 2 1915–1917
TDS Farman HF 23 2 1917–1920
Thulin G 5 1917–1922
SW 17 (SAF H-2) 4, did not enter service
Thulin GA 2 1919–1921
Friedrichshafen FF.33L 2 1918–1920
Friedrichshafen FF.33E 3 1918–1929
Friedrichshafen FF.49C 2 1919–1924
Sablatnig FF.49C 2 1919–1926
TDS Friedrichshafen FF.33 5 1921–1929
Macchi M.8 1 1919–1922
Savoia S.13 4 1919–1924
Supermarine Channel II 1 1921–1922
Fairey IIID 1 1924–1925
Caspar S.I (Heinkel S.I) 4 1921–1929
Heinkel S.I 8 1923–1929
Heinkel S.II 5 1924–1934
Heinkel HE 4 1 1926–1931
Heinkel HD 14 did not enter service
Albatros B.IIa 5 1920–1929
Avro 504K 5 1924–1928
LVG C.VI 2 1921–1923
Heinkel HE 3 2 1925–1927

Early Army[edit]

(The aviation corps became a separate organization in 1915.)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year
- Nieuport IV.G 2 1912–1918
- Bleriot XI 6 1914–1916
- Morane-Saulnier MS.3 1 1914–1918
- Fjällbäck Bastarden 1 1914–1916
- Thulin D 2 1915–1918
- Thulin K 2 1917–1919
- SW 15 3 1917–1921
B 1 Breguet C.U-1 1 1912–1916
B 2 Farman HF.20 1 1913–1915
- Farman HF 22/SW 10 4 1914–1916
Ö 2 Albatros B.II/SW 12/SAF 3/NAB 9 29 1914–1929
- Thulin E 5 1916–1920
- Thulin L 9 1916–1920
- Thulin FA 7 1918–1921
- FVM/SW SW 16 1 1918–1919
S 18 FVM S 18 15 1919–1925
- Breguet 14 1 1919–1922
- Phönix C.I Dront 27 1919–1932
- FVM Albatros 120 10 1920–1929
- FVM Albatros 160 12 1928–1935
S 21 FVM S 21 10 1922–1932
- Bristol F.2 Fighter 1 1924–1930
- Fiat BR 2 1924–1932
- Fiat BR.I 3 1925–1937
- AEG G.V 6 1918–1922
Gloster Grouse 1 1926–1929
Avro 504N 1 1926–1928
Heinkel HD 35 1 1926–1929
Fokker D.IV 4 1918–1922
FVM Triplanet 1 1918–1919
- FVM Tummelisa 16 1918–1935
- Phönix D.II 30 1920-193?
- Phönix D.III 1 1920–1921
- Fokker D.VII 1 1920–1922
- Macchi M.7 4 1921–1927
J 23 FVM J 23 5 1923–1926
J 24 FVM J 24 1 1925–1931
- Armstrong Whitworth Siskin 1 1925–1926
- Nieuport-Delage NiD 29 C.1 10 1926–1930

Air Force (1926–40)[edit]

Created in July of 1926.

Designations Key
Abbrev. Designation Name Translation
J Jakt Fighter
A Attack Ground attack
B Bomb Bomber
T Torped Torpedo bomber
S Spaning Reconnaissance
Sk Skol Trainer
Ö Övning Advanced trainer
Tp Transport Transport
Hkp Helikopter Helicopter
P Prov Experimental/prototype
Fpl Flygplan Airplane

Later XX implies later redesignation.

Fighters (Jakt)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
Bristol Bulldog II/IIA J 7 fighter 11 1930–1940 1939, two to Finland
Fiat CR.42bis Falco J 11 fighter 72 1940–1945 (1946) -
Fokker C.Vd J 3 fighter 15 1927–1945 S 6 after 1931, some built by CFM
Gloster Gladiator I & II J 8 fighter 55 1937–1945 some used in Finland
Heinkel HD 19 J 4 fighter 6 1928–1937 built by Svenska Aero
Nieuport-Delage NiD 29 C.1 J 2 fighter 10 1925–1930
Phönix D.III J 1 fighter 12 1919–1933 Some built by FMV
Reggiane Re.2000 J 12 fighter 60 1941–1945 later J20
Seversky/Republic EP-1 J 9 fighter 60 1940–1951 some modified
Svenska Aero Jaktfalken J 5 fighter 1 1930–1933
Svenska Aero Jaktfalk I & II J 6 fighter 17 1930–1941 three to Finland
Vultee V-49C Vanguard J 10 fighter - - did not enter service

Bombers (Bomb), torpedo bombers (Torped) and ground attack (Attack)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
Fiat B.R. B 1 bomber 3 1924–1932
Fiat B.R.I B 2 bomber 2 1925–1937
Fokker G.Ib B 7 bomber - - did not enter service
Hawker Hart B 4 bomber 45 1936–1947 formerly S 7, many built by ASJA/CVM/Götaverken, 5 used in Finland
Heinkel HD 16 T 1 torpedo bomber 2 1928–1939 -
Heinkel He 115A-2 T 2 torpedo bomber 12 1939–1948 -
Junkers Ju 86K B 3 bomber 87 1936–1958 Some used as torpedo bombers, some built by SAAB
Northrop 8A-1 B 5 bomber 103 1938–1950 most built by SAAB
FMV/Phoenix C.I A 1 attack 11 1921–1935 2 ex army
Republic 2PA B 6 bomber 2 1940–1953 orders not received
SAAB L 10 B 8 bomber - - redesignated B 17

Reconnaissance (Spaning)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
Breguet 694 S 10 reconnaissance - - did not enter service
Centrala Verkstaden Malmslätt S 21/S 25 S 1 reconnaissance 16 1925–1932 formerly army air.
Dornier Do 215 S 11 reconnaissance - - did not enter service
Fieseler Fi 156 Storch S 14 reconnaissance 26 1938–1960 6 added in 1948
Fokker C.VD & E S 6 reconnaissance 48 1927–1945 formerly J 3s, built by CVM.
Fokker G.I S 13 reconnaissance - - did not enter service
Hawker Hart S 7 reconnaissance 10 1934–1937 redesignated B 4 in 1937, some built by ASJA and CVM
Hawker Osprey S 9 reconnaissance 6 1934–1945 -
Heinkel He 4 S 4 reconnaissance 1 1925–1931 formerly navy air.
Heinkel He 5 S 5 reconnaissance 40 1927–1945 some built by Svenska Aero/CFV/CVV
Heinkel S.I S 2 reconnaissance 8 1923–1929 formerly navy air, built by Caspar, Svenska Aero and TDS
Heinkel S.II S 3 reconnaissance 6 1924–1934 formerly navy air, built by Svenska Aero and CFS
Heinkel He 114B-1 S 12 reconnaissance 12 1941–1947 -
Saab 17 S 15 reconnaissance - - redesignated S 17
Svenska Aero SA-15 S 8 reconnaissance - - did not enter service

Transport (Transport)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
Junkers F.13fe/F.13de Trp 1 transport 3 1928–1946 built by Junkers' Sweden subsidiary Flygindustri
Junkers W.33g Trp 2 transport 1 1933–1935 built by Flygindustri
Junkers W.34h Trp 2A transport 2 1933–1945 -
de Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly Trp 3 transport 1 1936–1942 -
Beechcraft Model 18R Trp 4 transport 1 1940–1953 -
Junkers Ju 52/3m ci & Ju 52/3m vai Tp 5 transport 5 1940–1945 leased
Fairchild 24 Tp 6 transport 1 1940–1941 leased
Miles M 3A Falcon Major Tp 7 transport 1 1940–1944
Waco UIC Tp 8 transport 3 1940-1940 leased
Waco ZQC-6 Tp 8A transport 1 1940–? -
ASJA Viking II Trp 9 transport - - did not enter service
Junkers Ju 86Z-7 Tp 9 transport 1 1940–? -
Fokker F.VIII Tp 10 transport 1 1942–1944 -
Götaverken GV 38 n/a transport 6 1941–1945 leased
RWD 13 Tp 11 transport 1 1939–1951

Trainers (Skol) and advanced trainers (Övning)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
Albatros B.II/ B.IIa/160 Sk 1 & Ö 2 trainer 23 1920–1935 ex army and ex navy, some built by FVM
ASJA L2 Ö 9 trainer (advanced) 2 1932–1940 -
Avro 504K Sk 3 trainer 5 1924–1928 ex navy
Bristol F.2B Ö 6 trainer (advanced) 1 1924–1934 ex army
de Havilland DH.60T Moth Trainer Sk 9 trainer 10 1931–1936 -
de Havilland DH.60X/M Cirrus/Gipsy Moth Sk 7 trainer 2 1928–1936 -
De Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth Sk 11 trainer 36 1932–1952 some built by ASJA
Focke-Wulf Fw 44J Stieglitz Sk 12 trainer 85 1936–1946 some built by ASJA/CVV
Friedrichshafen FF 33J Sk 2 trainer 4 1918–1929 ex navy, built by TDS
FVM Ö1 Tummelisa Ö 1 trainer (advanced) 24 1919–1935 ex army
Gloster Grouse Mk II Ö 3 trainer (advanced) 1 1926–1929 ex army
Heinkel HD 24 Sk 4 trainer 9 1926–1939 most built by Svenska Aero
Heinkel HD 35 Sk 5 trainer 1 1925–1929 ex army
Heinkel HD 36 Sk 6 trainer 21 1927–1943 most built by CFM
Klemm Kl 35 Sk 15 trainer 101 1939–1944 27 leased
North American NA-16-4M Sk 14 trainer 137 1937–1949 Some built by Saab, 3 modified with tricycle gear
Phönix C.I Dront Ö 4 & Ö 5 trainer (advanced) 18 1928–1932 16 ex army, built by FVM
Raab-Katzenstein RK-26 Tigerschwalbe Sk 10 trainer 25 1932–1942, 1945 built by ASJA
Svenska Aero SA-10 Piraten Ö 7 trainer (advanced) 1 1928–1937
Svenska Aero SA-12 Skolfalken Sk 8 trainer 1 1929–1938 -
Svenska Aero SA-13 Övningsfalken Ö 8 trainer (advanced) 1 1930–1937
TB Ö 10 trainer (advanced) - - -

Experimental/prototype/projects (Prov)[edit]

Aircraft Des. Role # Used Year Notes
P 1 Sparmann S-1A prototype 10 1934–1945 -
P 2 Focke-Wulf Fw 44 trainer 2 1936–?? redesignated Sk 12 in 1937
P 3 Sparmann E4 prototype fighter - - did not enter service
P 4 Fieseler Fi 156K-1 reconnaissance 2 1938-19?? redesignated S 14 in 1940
P 5 Handley Page Hampden Mk.I bomber 1 1938–1945
P 6 Focke-Wulf Fw 58 Weihe trainer 4 1938–1949, 1957 mapping agency aircraft, AF use until 1944
P 7 Saab L 10 (Saab B 17) bomber prototype 2 1943–1944
P 8 Saab L 11 (Saab B 18) bomber prototype 2 1943–45
P 8A ASJA G.1 bomber project - -
P 8B Götaverken GP.8 - -
P 9A Saab J 19/L 12 fighter project - - not built
P 9B Götaverken GP.9 fighter project - - -

Undesignated/Miscellaneous[edit]

Not used by air force

Aircraft # Used Year Info
FVM J 24B 1 1925–31 Ex army
Heinkel He 3 1 1925–27 Ex navy
Macchi M.7 1 1921–27 Ex army
Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIA 1 1925–26 Ex army
Avro 504N 1 19??–27 Ex army

Gliders[edit]

  • G = Glidflygplan "glider"
  • Se = Segelflygplan, "soarer" (sailplane),
  • Lg = Lastglidare, "transport glider"
Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
G 101 AB Flygindustri Zögling SG-38 40 1942–53 -
Se 102 AB Flygplan Schneider Grunau Baby IIB-2 31 1942–61 -
Se 103 AB Flygplan DFS Kranich B-1 30 1943–52 -
Se 104 AB Flygindustri DFS Weihe 19 1943–54 -
Lg 105 AB Flygindustri Fi 3 6 1944–44 -

Post-1940 designation system[edit]

(Aircraft still in service have a light green background.)

Main list[edit]

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
S 16A Caproni Ca.313 66 1940–1945 -
Tp 16A Caproni Ca.313 2 1941–1946 -
B 16A Caproni Ca.313 30 1940–1943 -
T 16A Caproni Ca.313 14 1941–1942 -
S 16B Caproni Ca.313 14 1942–1945 -
B 17A Saab 17 132 1943–1948 -
B 17B Saab 17 54 1942–1945 -
S 17BL Saab 17 64 1942–1949 -
S 17BS Saab 17 56 1942–1949 -
B 17C Saab 17 77 1943–1947 -
B 18A Saab 18 62 1944–1947 -
S 18A Saab 18 55 1946–1959 -
B 18B Saab 18 120 1945–1958 -
T 18B Saab 18 62 1947–1957 -
J 19 Saab L 12 -
J 20 Reggiane Re.2000 60 1941–1945 -
J 21A-1 Saab 21 54 1946–1949 -
J 21A-2 Saab 21 124 1946–1953 -
J 21B Saab 21 RR Griffon variant
A 21A-3 Saab 21 119 1947–1954 -
A 21RA Saab 21R 29 1949–1953 J 21R first year
A 21RB Saab 21R 30 1950–1956 -
P 22 FFVS 22 2 1942–1943 Prototypes
J 22-1 FFVS 22 120 1943–1952 -
J 22-2 FFVS 22 78 1945–1952 -
S 22-3 FFVS 22 9 1946–1947 -
J 23 Saab L 23 - alt proj. for J 21
J 24 Saab L 24 (Also B 24) - -
Tp 24 Dornier 24T-1 1 1945–1951 -
Sk 25 Bücker Bü 181B Bestmann 121 1945–1952 -
Sk 26 Saab 26 upgraded Sk 14
S/B 26 See B 7 and S 13 Type 26 left for Mustang
J 26 North American P-51D Mustang 161 1945–1954 2 P-51B's
S 26 P-51D Mustang 17 1949–1954 All of them modified J 26
J 27 Saab L 27
Sk 16A North American Harvard IIb 145 1947–1972 -
Sk 16B North American T-6A, T-6B, SNJ-3, SNJ-4 106 1952–1958
Sk 16C SNJ-2 6 1952–1958 -
Tp 45 Beechcraft 18S, C-45A 1 1948–1956 -
Tp 45A Beechcraft 18S, C-45B 1 1948–1958 -
Tp 46 de Havilland DH.104 Dove 1 1948–1966 -
Tp 47 Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina 3 1947–1966 -
J 28A de Havilland DH.100 Vampire Mk 1 70 1946–1955  
J 28B de Havilland DH.100 Vampire FB 50 310 1949–1967  
J 28C, C-2, C-3 de Havilland DH.115 Vampire T 55 Trainer 57 1953–1968 -
Tp 78 Noorduyn Norseman 3 1949–1959 -
Tp 79 Douglas DC-3 8 1949–1983 -
Tp 80 Avro Lancaster 1 1950–1956 Jet engine test platform
Tp 81 Grumman Goose 1 1951–1962 -
Tp 82 Vickers Varsity 1 1953–1973 Developed from the Vickers VC.1 Viking
Tp 83 Percival Pembroke 18 1954–1976 -
Tp 91 Saab 91A Safir 10 1947–1960 -
Sk 50B Saab 91B Safir 76 1952–1990 Only 75 into active service
Sk 50C Saab 91C Safir 14 1960–1992 -
Tp 52 English Electric Canberra 2 1959–1974 Elint/Radar development
Tp 55 de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou 1 1964–1965 evaluation only, leased.
J 29A Saab Tunnan 224 1951–1963, 1965 -
J 29B Saab Tunnan 361 1953–1957 Also known as A 29B
S 29C Saab Tunnan- 76 1954–1970 rebuilt to -E's wing 1955–1956
J 29E Saab 29B's rebuilt into 29Fs
J 29F Saab Tunnan 10 1955–1968, 1976 (ex J 29B), Target towing 68–74
J 30 de Havilland Mosquito NF.Mk 19 60 1948–1953 Night fighter
S 31 Supermarine Spitfire PR Mk.19 50 1948–1955 -
A 32A Saab Lansen 287 1955–1978 -
J 32B Saab Lansen 118 1958–1973 1997 reused, see below
J 32B Saab Lansen 8 1997–1999 -
S 32C Saab Lansen 44 1958–1978 -
J 32D Saab Lansen 6 1972–1997 Target towing, ex J 32B
J 32E Saab Lansen 15 1972–1997 ECM
J 33 de Havilland Venom DH.112 Venom 60 1953–1960 Night fighter
J 34 Hawker Hunter Mk 50 120 1955–1969 -
J 35A Saab 35 Draken 90 1960–1976
J 35B Saab 35 Draken 73 1962–1973 -
Sk 35C Saab 35 Draken 25 1962–1998 Rebuilt J 35A fighters
J 35D Saab 35 Draken 120 1964–1984
S 35E Saab 35 Draken 59 1965–1979 (28 were rebuilt J 35D:s)
J 35F Saab 35 Draken 230 1969–1989 F1 w/o IRST, F2 with IRST
J 35J Saab 35 Draken 66 1987–1998 Rebuilt F:s
FPL 801 Malmö MFI-9B Mil-trainer 10 1966–68 evaluation only, leased.
A 36 Saab 36 1950s planned nuclear bomber
SK 60A Saab 105 150 1967–
SK 60B Saab 105 46 1970– Rebuilt SK 60A
SK 60C Saab 105 30 1970– Rebuilt SK 60B
SK 60D Saab 105 Rebuilt, civilian radio/nav
SK 60E Saab 105 - - Rebuilt, civilian radio/nav
SK 61A Scottish Aviation Bulldog 52 1972–2001
SK 61B Scottish Aviation Bulldog 6 - -
SK 61C Scottish Aviation Bulldog 20 - Army FPL 61C transferred to Air Force
SK 61D Scottish Aviation Bulldog - - -
SK 61E Scottish Aviation Bulldog - - -
TP 84A Lockheed C-130H Hercules 1 1965– C-130E upgraded to -H
TP 84B Lockheed C-130H Hercules 1 - C-130E upgraded to -H
TP 84C Lockheed C-130H Hercules 1 - -
TP 84D Lockheed C-130H Hercules 5 - -
TP 85 Sud Aviation Caravelle 2 1971–1998 ELINT
AJ 37 Saab 37 Viggen 108 1971–1998 -
SK 37 Saab 37 Viggen 17 1973–2005 -
SK 37E Saab 37 Viggen 10 1999–2005 10 SK 37 converted to ECM/training
SH 37 Saab 37 Viggen 27 1975–1998 maritime surveillance
SF 37 Saab 37 Viggen 28 1977–2003 photo reconnaissance
JA 37 Saab 37 Viggen 149 1979–2005 -
AJS 37 Saab AJ 37 Viggen 115 1992–2000 Modified AJ/SH/SF's
AJSH 37 Saab SH 37 Viggen 1992–2005 -
AJSF 37 Saab SF 37 Viggen 1992–2005 -
A 38/SK 38 Saab 38 Cancelled
TP 86 North American Sabreliner 2 1981– system trials
TP 87 Cessna 404 3 1982–1989 VIP
TP 88 Fairchild Swearingen Metro III 1 1984–1986 VIP
TP 88B Fairchild Swearingen Metro/Merlin IV C 1 1986–1993 VIP
TP 88C Fairchild Swearingen Metro III 1 1987– Erieye/FS-890 AEW trials
TP 101 Beech 200 Super King Air 3 1988– -
TP 101B Beech 200 Super King Air 1 - -
TP 100A Saab 340B 1 1990– VIP, Open Skies
S 100B Saab 340 AEW Argus 6 1994– AEW
TP 100C Saab 340B 2 - Transport
S 100D Saab 340 AEW Argus 2 - AEW&C, rebuilt S 100B
TP 102A Gulfstream IV 1 1992– VIP
S 102B Gulfstream IV-SP Korpen 2 1995– ELINT, Hugin, Munin
TP 102C Gulfstream IV-SP 1 2000– VIP
TP 102D Gulfstream G550 1 2011– VIP
TP 54 Piper PA-31-350 Navajo 1 1993–
JAS 39A Saab JAS 39 Gripen 106 1997– -
JAS 39B Saab JAS 39 Gripen 14 1998– Two-seater
JAS 39C Saab JAS 39 Gripen 70 2002–
JAS 39D Saab JAS 39 Gripen 14 2003– Two-seater
JAS 39E Saab JAS 39 Gripen 1 2019– -
JAS 39F Saab JAS 39 Gripen 0 ?– Two-seater
TP 103 Cessna Citation II 2 1998– VIP

Helicopters (Helikopter)[edit]

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 1 Vertol 44 2 1962–1964 -
Hkp 2 Alouette II 8 1956–1986 -
Hkp 3B Agusta Bell 204B 6 1962–1998 -
Hkp 4A Vertol 107-II 9 1964–1992 Four Hkp 4A rebuilt to Hkp 4D SAR/ASW standard, used as such by the Air Force for land based ASW operations.
HKP 6C AB-206A JetRanger 1
HKP 9B MBB Bo 105CBS 4 1985–1993 -
HKP 10 Eurocopter Super Puma 12 1988– SAR

Navy[edit]

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 1 Vertol 44 11 1958–1971 (2 transferred from Air Force)
Hkp 4B Vertol 107-II-15 4 1964–2011 Built by Kawasaki
HKP 4C Vertol 107-II-16 8 1973–2011 ASW, Built by Kawasaki
HKP 4D Vertol 107-II-25 4 1991–2011 ASW, Built by Kawasaki
HKP 6B Agusta-Bell AB 206A JetRanger 11 1970–2002 Utility & Training
TP 54B PA-31-350 Chieftain 5 1989–1997 IFR training[1]
SH 89 CASA C.212 Aviocar 1 1986–2005 ASW/Maritime surveillance

Army[edit]

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 3C Agusta Bell 204B 19 1963–2000 Some are modified Hkp 3A/B
Hkp 5 Hughes 269A 2 1962–1969
HKP 5B Schweizer 300C 28 1980–2002 Training, artillery spotting
HKP 6A Agusta Bell 206A JetRanger 22 1968–2002
HKP 9A MBB Bo 105CB-3 21 1987–2010 Anti-armour. After 1999 only used for transport and training.
HKP 11 Agusta-Bell AB 412 5 1994–2005
Fixed Wing
Fpl 51A Piper PA-18-150 Super Cub 6 1958–1974 -
Fpl 51B Piper PA-18-150 L-21B 24 1958–1974 -
Fpl 53 Dornier Do 27 5 1962–1991 -
Fpl 54 MFI 10 Vipan 2 1963–1964 (evaluation only)
FPL 61C Scottish Aviation Bulldog 20 1972–1989 Transferred to the Air Force in 1989 as SK 61C

Common helicopter wing[edit]

Helicopters that entered after a 1998 re-organisation/merger.

All the above active helicopters that were active were merged into this service.

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
HKP 14 NH Industries NH 90 18 2007– In service from 2011. Fully operational from 2016/2020.
HKP 15 Agusta A109 Military 20 2006– 12 Land Based and 8 Sea Based.
HKP 16 Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk 15 2011– Operational from 2013.

Unmanned aerial vehicles[edit]

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
RB01 GAF Jindivik 2 10 1957–64 Target drone, 104 missions.
RB02 Nord Aviation CT20 1964–79 Jet powered target drone.
RB03 Northrop KD2R-5 ”Humlan” 1967–2000 Piston powered target drone.
RB06A Beech Aircraft Raytheon MQM-107A 1977– Target drone.
RB06B Beechcraft MQM-107 Streaker 1986– Target drone.
* EADS 3 Sigma IrisJet - Turbojet powered aerial target.
UAV 01 SAGEM Sperwer ”Ugglan” 3 1999–2010 UAV
UAV 02 Elbit Skylark "Falken" 48 2007– UAV
UAV 03 AAI RQ-7 Shadow 200 ”Örnen” 8 2011– UAV
UAV 04 AeroVironment Wasp III "Svalan" 2010–2013 UAV
UAV 05A AeroVironment Wasp III "Svalan" * 2012– UAV
UAV 05B AeroVironment RQ-20 Puma "Korpen" 12 2012– UAV *12 systems total A+B versions.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Archived February 6, 2007, at the Wayback Machine

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