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  1. Hi Mike, .max is the file extension for Autodesk 3ds Max. I don't have the program but did find this for you to watch. Cheers David
  2. Had both hard and soft tops on 4 sqn when I was there. Mostly soft tops though. cheers Dave
  3. Sorry Pappy. We didn't work with call signs, just pins on a board to let us know what to load to what A/C.
  4. Looks great Pappy. Nicely built and looks just as I remember when I worked on them in the early 80's on 151 Sqn. David
  5. Hi Pappy, there's a good picture of the refuel panel open with no refuel hose in the topshots book of the Hawk. page 16. If you PM me your email address I can take a photo of it for you if you don't have a copy. Dave
  6. I understand the castering and no nosewheel steering. I did two tours at Chivenor on 151 then 92 sqn. I just never saw one like that before. I can only assume it was pushed back by hand. not with a towing arm.
  7. First time I've seen a Hawk nose wheel like that on the red, white and blue Hawk.
  8. All I could find was this https://www.airliners.net/photo/UK-Air-Force/British-Aerospace-Hawk-T1/961570/L
  9. Could possibly be true. I remember fitting 9Gs to newly arrived and assembled Aircraft for test flights.
  10. Not 100 % sure as it was a while ago, but it may have been for the seat firing handle safety pin and the MDC firing handle pin placed by the pilot. I should know as the guy holding the sidewinder seeker head cover was my Sergeant at the time I was there.
  11. I can confirm this. I was there on IV(AC) at the time. We ended up with six Harriers and their tail codes spelt HARDET when parked correctly.
  12. Brings back so many happy memories. Four to the core
  13. I believe XR995 was the other one
  14. To me the top one looks the most accurate for the shape.
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