Hawker Hart

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  1. Clave

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    The Hawker Hart light bomber entered service with the RAF in 1930. It was as fast as most fighters of the time which led to it being converted to fighter use and a trainer version was also produced.

    The Hart’s success led to the development and production of the Audax (Army Co-operation) Demon (Fighter) Hind (Bomber) Hardy(General Purpose) and Osprey (Seaplane)

    The Hart was armed with 2 x 7.7mm machine guns and carried up to 500 lb of bombs.

    This example is a Hart of the Estonian Air Force 1939.

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    This example is a Hart Trainer of No 6 Flying Training School RAF 1933.

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    This example is a Hart of 11 Squadron RAF 1938.

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    This example is a Hart of 12 Squadron RAF 1931.

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    This example is a Hart of 15 Squadron RAF 1935.

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    This example is a Hart Fighter of 23 Squadron RAF 1935.

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  2. Clave

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    This example is a Hart Trainer of 24 Squadron RAF 1933.

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    This example is a Hart of 33 Squadron RAF 1930.

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    This example is a Hart of 142 Squadron RAF 1930.

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    This example is a Hart of 501 Squadron RAF 1937.

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    This example is a Hart of 600 Squadron RAF 1934.

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    This example is a Hart of 601 Squadron RAF 1934.

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    This example is a Hart B-4 of the Swedish Air Force 1936.

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    This example is a Hart B-4 of the Swedish Air Force 1937.

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    This example is a Hart B-4 of the Swedish Air Force 1941.

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    Well done Clave. :thumbright:
     
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