This training device with reaction engine flew for the first time in 1974 under the name Hawker Siddeley Hawk and joined two years later in service with the RAF. The English Hawks are better known because they fitted the stunt team Red Arrows. However, the 176 copies of the version T. Mk.1 run for over thirty years from their original role; some aircraft were modified between 1983 and 1986 in aircraft interception (T. Mk. IA). The Hawk serves domestically but was also exported to sixteen different countries.
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