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  1. Hope this helps https://drawingdatabase.com/gloster-javelin/
  2. This one I believe https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/X48160
  3. 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
  4. Had both hard and soft tops on 4 sqn when I was there. Mostly soft tops though. cheers Dave
  5. 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.
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. First time I've seen a Hawk nose wheel like that on the red, white and blue Hawk.
  10. All I could find was this https://www.airliners.net/photo/UK-Air-Force/British-Aerospace-Hawk-T1/961570/L
  11. Could possibly be true. I remember fitting 9Gs to newly arrived and assembled Aircraft for test flights.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
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