The BAe Hawk T.Mk 1 has been in service with the RAF since 1976 and is now used for tactical weapons training, air-to-air target towing and also by The Red Arrows display team.
The aircraft became the
BAe Hawk T.Mk 1A when modified to carry AIM-9L Sidewinder AAMs on
underwing launchers. This enabled it to support Phantoms and Tornados in the air defence
The Hawk T.Mk 1A's single Adour Mk 151-01 engine is rated at 5,200 lbst
which gives the aircraft a top speed of 660 mph and a ceiling of 50,000
Sphaera's designers have years of hands-on experience in the maintenance
of this aircraft and vast experience in the design of interactive aviation
CBT courseware for various export versions.
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