The SEPECAT Jaguar served as a versatile platform capable of performing a wide range of roles, including ground attack, close air support, reconnaissance, and maritime strike.

It was particularly well-suited for deep penetration strike missions, capable of delivering precision strikes against enemy targets deep behind enemy lines.

Equipped with modern avionics systems, including radar, navigation, and targeting pods, the Jaguar had enhanced situational awareness and target acquisition capabilities.

The Jaguar excelled in low-level flying, allowing it to evade enemy air defenses and deliver ordnance with accuracy while operating at low altitudes.

The aircraft could carry a variety of air-to-ground weapons, including bombs, rockets, and air-to-surface missiles, providing it with a lethal strike capability against a range of targets.

With its supersonic capability, the Jaguar could quickly reach and engage targets over large distances, enhancing its effectiveness in combat scenarios.

The Jaguar was adaptable to different mission requirements, with the ability to carry out both conventional and unconventional warfare tasks, making it a valuable asset for the IAF.

Over its service life, the Jaguar underwent several upgrades and modernization programs up to the Darin-III standard as of now to enhance its combat capabilities and extend its operational lifespan.

 It has a respectable operational range, enabling it to conduct missions deep into enemy territory and return to base safely.

The Jaguar served with distinction in various conflicts and operations, including the Kargil War, where it played a significant role in providing close air support to ground forces.