Built by Breguet in France, and by BAC at Warton, Jaguar was an early joint programme, originally designed to be a trainer/light attack aircraft, though it grew beyond that requirement.
202 each for the French and RAF, 24 to Oman, 12 to Ecuador, 18 to Nigeria, 40 to India followed by license production locally.
A version for the French Navy was not to enter service, the more 'French' Super Etendard being procured instead, though arguably less capable.
The merging of French companies became a problem, as Breguet were then part of Dassault, making competitors in the shape of Mirage F1 and Super Etendard. though being a good dedicated attack aircraft rather than multi role like the Mirage F1, hurt sales anyway.
Export and later the RAF machines, got upgrades to engines and equipment.
But apart from adding AS
.30L and other more modern weapons, the French AF
ones got less upgrades, though in Gulf War 1 both RAF and French Jaguars served with distinction, a low level French AF
Jaguar raid on an airfield met with extensive AAA fire, even included a bullet going through the cockpit of one aircraft, damaging the pilot's helmet, though he pressed home his attack and returned to base.
.30Ls were also launched in this conflict.