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  1. Hawk T.1 (04970) 1:72 Revell When the RAF began the search for a new fast jet trainer to replace the Folland Gnat, it was originally intended that the role would be fulfilled by the SEPECAT Jaguar. However, the advanced capabilities demanded of the new Anglo-French aircraft meant that it became too complex for use as a trainer As a result, Hawker Siddley Aviation began work on a private venture known as the P.1182. The design team produced a relatively simple, subsonic aircraft with a number of clever features. The fuselage is designed around a large, tandem cockpit,
  2. Harrier GR.1 50 Years (05690) 1:32 Revell The Harrier began life as a Hawker Siddeley product, and was the first aircraft capable of Short/Vertical Take-Off and Landing (S/VTOL) to reach service, and until its eventual replacement the F-35 Lightning II began flying it was pretty much the only aircraft that was actually capable of carrying out the task it was designed for, although the Harrier was very good at its job unlike other pretenders. We’re excluding rotary wing aircraft just in case the pedant in you was awakening. The GR.1 was the first to reach service
  3. BAe Hawk in Worldwide Service (ED32128) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The BAe Hawk has been the standard advanced jet trainer for the RAF since its introduction, it has been the aircraft of choice for the world-renowned Red Arrows, and is also in use in various variants around the world, even having made the difficult transition into the US Navy arsenal as the navalised T-45 Goshawk. It has been a huge success overall and is well-known at least partly due to the kudos of the Reds using them. This decal sheet is for the 1:32 Revell or Kinetic k
  4. A good evening to you all, despite the sad events of today, First of all, a bit about me: From a young age I was first introduced to the RAF Museum at Cosford, I have been there during the construction of the Cold War hangar and although I can't remember it, I presume that I must have been there before the Nimrod (XV249) arrived and I have since become well acquainted with it when they brought it in during 2012. Out of all the exhibits there, the Nimrod is still the one that catches my eye- perhaps it is because of its size or it might be due to the red goose emblem of 51.sqn on its nose! (P
  5. Hey guys, First post here, long time lurker but only first time geting round to posting! Im pretty well established on the Facebook pages and Instagram (@jonesy.models) but never branched out to BM yet! I thought id share a recent completion of mine here, Airfix's venerable offering of the Hawker Siddeley Nimrod... The kit itself is really quite remarkable, and offers the oppurtunity to build the MR1, MR2 and R1. I went with the MR1 at the request of recipient, who further detailed that he wanted XV230 in her handover days to the RAF. So i decided to represent her as s
  6. Hawker Siddeley HS.125 CCE ZE396 (HS-125-700B) Ex 32 Sqn Queens Flight. This aircraft has now been buried in Bentveld in Holland as part of an art installation! Pics mine.
  7. I planning on making a 1:72 Hawker Siddeley Harrier T bird conversion, and am after some accurate measurements, can anyone help? Thought of adapting some drawings using the AV-8A cross sections (http://aviationarchives.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/av-8a-cross-sections-and-loft-lines.html) I have the following, any comments on which you think is the best: A.A.P. Lloyd: Aero Modeller, August 1969 Scale Models, November 1973 [I notice Spencer Pollard used these for his lovely 1:24] Modelling Manual: Hawker Siddeley Harrier Gr.1/3 AV-8A, Koku-Fan ,December 1981
  8. Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R1 XV249 at East Midlands aeropark, pics thanks to Dave.
  9. For newer 2nd generation Harrier see out thread here. GR.3 XZ997 at The RAF Museum Hendon, pics mine. Rolls Royce Pegasus Engine
  10. Hawk as used by the Red Arrows. Pic from Graham James.
  11. Greetings Fellow Modellers! I submit for your perusal a pair of small, so terribly small Gnats . Both models are Airfix's newish Gnat T.1 in 1:72 scale. They represent my return to the hobby, in that on these models I let loose every experiment from which I could learn. I initially wanted to build them OOB, but I ended up using quite a bit of aftermarket stuff: the pitot tubes are Albion Alloy Micro Brass Tubes and the nose wheels are from a nice wheel update set from the Hungarian company SBS. The nose wheels make an improvement over airfix's ones which are a little bit too small. The main
  12. Hawker Siddeley HS.125. G-ARYC which was the third production aircraft. Now at the de Havilland Heritage Centre. Pics are mine.
  13. Pics mine taken at The Norwich City Aviation Museum.
  14. Nimrod XV250 at Elvington in 2013, pics thanks to J.Dowse / WV908.
  15. XV232 at Airbase Coventry. Pics thanks to Rich Ellis.
  16. XV229 At the manston Fire Training Centre, pics by alex (Acky190)
  17. BAe Hawk T Mk.1A 1:48 Hobby Boss The Hawk has been the RAF fast jet trainer of choice since it replaced the Folland Gnat in the late 70s, at which time it was still under the management of Hawker Siddeley, who were later subsumed into British Aircraft Corporation. It has gone on from there to be a widely used across the world in varying guises, including a carrier-borne variant operated by the Americans as the T-45 Goshawk. The T.1 has been in service since the beginning with the RAF, and a number of airframes were upgraded to the 1A specification to carry Sidewinders and a cannon pod. As
  18. Nimrod R1 XV249 shot at Cosford by Rich Ellis
  19. Harrier GR.1 XV798. This harrier crashed in Germany and was used by Rolls Royce for testing an engine they were developing for a supersonic version of the Harrier. This airframe is now at the Helicopter Museum in Weston. Pics thanks to bootneck.
  20. These Images were taken when Harrier T.8 ZD991 was in open storage for Everett Aero at the former RAF Bentwaters.
  21. Hawker Siddeley P.1127, development aircraft which lead to the Harrier. Pics thanks to Merlin101.
  22. G-AWZK at Manchester airport. NOTE.... The wings have been clipped and they are 15ft shorter and the wing tips are not standard!
  23. This is XV226 Nimrod MR.2 shot by me at Buntingthorpe.
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