Saab J35 Draken Marketing video The Saab 35 fighter aircraft started being planned as a replacement for the J 29 Tunnan in the autumn of 1949 under the leadership of Erik Bratt. The Swedish defence materiel procurement authority required the aircraft to perform at high supersonic speeds and be able to engage targets at high altitudes.

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Draken Danger Zone
A video showing SAAB 35 Draken set to the tune of Kenny Loggins' Danger Zone from Top Gun. Original video is here:

The Flame Spitting Saab Draken Displays at Waddington.
We were treated by the Swedish historic flight, as they brought along this unique looking jet to Waddington's annual airshow.

SAAB J 35 Draken Suomi
In memories of Draken in Suomi airforce

Saab 35 Draken at the Military Air Show at Malmen 2012
This short video was shot at the military air show at Malmen in Linköping 2012. Some of the footage is used on TeamM:s air show DVD "Air Show Special 2012". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Saab 35 Draken (English: "Kite" or ‌"Dragon") was a Swedish fighter aircraft manufactured by Saab between 1955 and 1974. The Draken was built to replace the Saab J 29 Tunnan and, later, the fighter variant (J 32B) of the Saab 32 Lansen. The indigenous J 35 was an effective supersonic Cold War fighter that was also successfully exported to Austria, Denmark and Finland. Role Fighter aircraft National origin Sweden Manufacturer Saab First flight 25 October 1955 Introduction 8 March 1960 Retired 2005 (Austria) Status Retired from military service Primary users Swedish Air Force Austrian Air Force Finnish Air Force Royal Danish Air Force Produced 1955--1974 Number built 644[1] Developed from Saab 210