Bae Hawk

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  1. Clave

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    First one...

    The BAe Hawk entered service with the RAF in 1976 and replaced the Gnat and Hunter in the advanced training and weapons training roles. Many versions of the Hawk now exist and it has been a worldwide success in 15 countries outside the UK.

    The first production model the T1 was exported to Finland, Kenya, and Indonesia as the Hawk 51, 52, and 53. Armed versions such as the T1A, 60 series, 100 series, 120 series followed on, and production is continuing.

    The armed Hawk has 2 x under-wing pylons and a fuselage pylon or gun pack with 30mm cannon. Some versions have wing-tip pylons as well allowing up to 4 x AIM-9 Sidewinders to be carried.


    This example is a BAe Hawk T1 of the 4th Flying Training School circa 1982.

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  2. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    Nice work Clave!:thumbright: I have seen these before but did not know what I was looking at. Thank you for the education.:cool:
     
  3. Gnomey

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    Nice work Clave! Looking forward to all the versions of this one, especially the Red Arrows :D
     
  4. Clave

    Clave Well-Known Member

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    Two batches are done!

    First:

    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 51 of the Abu Dhabi Air Force circa 1984.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 127 of the Royal Australian Air Force circa 2008.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk CT-155 of the Royal Canadian Air Force circa 2004.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 51 of the Finnish Air Force circa 1980.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 51 of the Finnish Air Force circa 2000.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1 of the 4th Flying Training School circa 1982.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1A of 19 Squadron circa 1992.

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  5. Clave

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    Batch 2:

    This example is a BAe Hawk T1A of 79 Squadron circa 1986.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1A of 151 Squadron circa 1983.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1A of the Red Arrows circa 2005.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1A of the Red Arrows circa 2010.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk T1 of the Empire Test Pilots School circa 1989.

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  6. Bernhart

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    would look good as a snowbird, canadas airobatic team
     
  7. Gnomey

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    Nice work!
     
  8. Clave

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    Lot's of tweaks and fixes going on, especially to the shiny Hawks.

    New batch also finished:

    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 53 of the Indonesian Air Force circa 1980.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 53 of the Indonesian Air Force circa 1980.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 53 of the Indonesian Air Force circa 1984.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 109 of the Indonesian Air Force circa 2000.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 52 of the Kenyan Air Force circa 1980.

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  9. Clave

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 52 of the Kenyan Air Force circa 1980.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 64 of the Kuwaiti Air Force circa 1998.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 108 of the Malaysian Air Force circa 1995.

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    This example is a BAe Hawk Mk 103 of the Royal Air Force of Oman circa 1993.

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  10. Gnomey

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    Great work as usual Clave!
     
  11. Wayne Little

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    Super work Bill!
     
  12. Clave

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    Final couple of sets:

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    BAe Hawk Mk 120 of the South African Air Force 2007.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 120 of the South African Air Force 2009.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 67 of the South Korean Air Force 1993.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 66 of the Swiss Air Force 1989.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 66 of the Swiss Air Force 1991.

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  13. Clave

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    BAe Hawk Mk 66 of the Swiss Air Force 1996.

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    Boeing/BAe T-45 Goshawk of the US Navy 1995.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 60 of the Zimbabwe Air Force 1998.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 60 of the Zimbabwe Air Force 1998.

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  14. Gnomey

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    Excellent work Bill!
     
  15. Clave

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    Thank you!

    Last gasp:

    A couple of boring ones:

    BAe Hawk Mk 129 of the Bahrain Air Force 2006.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 132 of the Indian Air Force 2008.

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    And the final three:

    BAe Hawk T1A of 100 Squadron 1996.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 108 of the Malaysian Air Force 2009.

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    BAe Hawk Mk 65 of the Saudi Air Force 2011.

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