History of War

HAWKER SIDDELEY/BAE HAWK T.1

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HAWKER SIDDELEY/BAE

HAWK T.1/1A

COMMISSIONED: 1971 ORIGIN: UK CREW: 2 LENGTH: 11.85M (38FT 11IN) RANGE: 2,426KM (1,507MI) WITH INTERNAL TANKS ENGINE: ROLLS ROYCE TURBOMECA ADOUR MK. 151 TURBOFAN PRIMARY WEAPON: AIM 9-L SIDEWINDER AIR-TO-AIR MISSILES, 30MM ADEN GUN POD

Despite being nearly 50 years old, the basic concept of the Hawk is as potent now as it has ever been. Its strength is perhaps its simplicity. It was designed as an advanced trainer, and intended to be easy and

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