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A naval raptor - the Sea Hawk
The old adage, 'If it looks right, it'll fly right' holds true for such aircraft as the Mustang and the SPAD 11, the Mosquito and the F-86, but there is also a classic jet fighter/fighter-bomber of the 1950s that this applies to, that few people have heard of.
Gnat - tiny but potent
Kemble Airfield has many interesting residents. The local aviation company, Delta Jets, is better known for it's fleet of Hawker Hunters, but it also owns this Hawker Siddeley Gnat T.1, XP502.
The BAe Hawk - " an amazing success story
Here, basking in the warm sunshine on the ramp at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford Airfield, is a British Aerospace Hawk T.1, XX325, of 208 Sqn/4 Flying Training School, Royal Air Force.