Hawker Audax

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  1. Clave

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    The Hawker Audax entered service with the RAF in 1931. This was the army co-operation version of the Hawker Hart.

    The Audax was used by a few RAF squadrons and also highly modified versions were built for Egypt, Iran and Iraq.

    The Audax was armed with 2 x 7.7mm machine guns and had hook for collecting messages.

    This example is an Audax of the RAAF 1942.

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    This example is an Audax of the Egyptian Air Force 1942.

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    This example is an Audax of 2 Squadron RAF 1935.

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    This example is an Audax of 4 Squadron RAF 1935.

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    This example is an Audax of 16 Squadron RAF 1935.

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    This example is an Audax of 28 Squadron RAF 1941.

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    This example is an Audax of 173 Squadron RAF 1943.

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    This example is an Audax of the Iranian Air Force 1933.

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    This example is an Audax of the Iraqi Air Force 1941.

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