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BAe Hawk 127 – RAAF, Australia, 2012

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£64.99

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Falcon Models 1/72 scale FA727006: BAe Hawk 127 of the RAAF, Australia, 2012

Length 6.25 inches Wingspan 5.25 inches

Designed to meet an RAF requirement for a fast trainer to replace the Folland Gnat, the BaE Hawk first flew on August 21, 1974. This tandem two-seat aircraft has a distinctive appearance, with the front seat positioned below the rear seat so that the instructor has a clear view of the student’s cockpit. The Hawk is subsonic in level flight but can achieve Mach 1.15 in a dive, giving trainees the experience of supersonic flight. Hawks are expensive to produce but durable and maneuverable enough to be used for combat. The Hawk is in use in 18 different nations, and is still in production today.

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Weight 1.2 kg