Walkaround the SAAB 32 Lansen

SAAB began to develop the Lansen in 1948 and the first plane flew in 1952. Originally designed as an attack aircraft it later saw service in both fighter and reconnaissance versions. Here are three galleries with pictures of three planes, one SAAB A 32A Lansen (attack version) from Flygvapenmuseum in Linköping, Sweden and two SAAB J 32E (fighter version) from the Aeroseum in Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden and the other from Västerås Flygplansmuseum, Västerås, Sweden.

Picture gallery of the SAAB A 32A Lansen at Flygvapenmuseum in Linköping, Sweden
Picture gallery of the SAAB J 32E Lansen at the Aeroseum in Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden
Picture gallery of the SAAB J 32E Lansen at Västerås Flygplansmuseum, Västerås, Sweden
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