BAE Systems recently won the contract to supply the RAF with a new version
of the Hawk (the T2) to replace the Hawk Mk T.Mk 1A that entered service in 1976.
The BAE Hawk 128 AJT (Advanced Jet Trainer) or T2 is now used within the final phase of training for fast-jet pilots within the new UKMFTS (UK Military Flying Training System). Featuring new avionics
that include onboard sensors and weapon simulation, instructors on the ground are able to add simulated
targets to the aircraft's HUD (Head Up Display). The single Adour Mk 951
engine features Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) to reduce
With years experience on current Hawk export versions, Sphaera's training specialists were involved in the TNA (training needs analysis) and initial courseware production for the UKMFTS during 2009 and 2010.
For more information on CBT and elearning for the Hawk see: