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Hawker Hunter F-1 to Fr-10 jet fighter and fighter reconnaissance aircraft first flew with No43 squadron Royal Air Force in 1954. The Hawker Hunter continued service until 1971. Aviation art prints of the Hawker Hunter by leading aviation artist. 

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Hunter Force by Nicolas Trudgian.


Hunter Force by Nicolas Trudgian.

A pair of Hawker Hunter Mk9 jets from No.58 Squadron R.A.F. based at R.A.F. Wittering are seen climbing over the south coast of England in 1973.
Item Code : DHM2438Hunter Force by Nicolas Trudgian. - Editions Available
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Grace & Pace by Robert Tomlin.


Grace & Pace by Robert Tomlin.

Probably the most graceful jet aircraft ever, yet in its time deadly and effective, a Hawker Hunter of the Old Flying Machine Company who are based at Duxford in England, gets airborne for another majestic display in the hands of the late Mark Hanna.
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Ramseier, Fredi
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Take it to the Bridge by Ivan Berryman.


Take it to the Bridge by Ivan Berryman.

As cuts to the RAF and other armed services by the Labour Government were implemented in the late 1960s, Flt Lt Alan R Pollock of No.1 Sqn took it upon himself to stage a very personal protest whilst en route to West Raynham from Tangmere on 5th April 1968. Peeling away from the rest of his flight immediately after take off, Pollock flew low-level to London where he buzzed the Houses of Parliament three times before flying his Hawker Hunter FGA.9 under the upper spans of Tower Bridge. The incident is now part of British aviation folklore, but Pollock was immediately removed from flying duties for his audacity. He will always be recorded in history, however, as the first pilot to fly a jet aircraft through Tower Bridge.


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Item Code : DHM6299Take it to the Bridge by Ivan Berryman. - Editions Available
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First Flight by Gerald Coulson.


First Flight by Gerald Coulson.

On July 21st 1951 WB188, the Hawker PIO67 Prototype, made its first flight from Boscombe Down, flown by Hawker Chief Test Pilot and WWII fighter ace, Squadron leader Neville Duke DSO, OBE, DFC**, AFC. This historic aircraft went on to become the Hunter, one of Britains most successful fighter aircraft. Created under the guiding hand of famed Hawker designer Sydney Camm, the PI067 Hunter became the RAFs standard single seat fighter from 1954 until 1960. It was also the first British produced swept-wing fighter to serve in large numbers in the RAF. The maiden flight was successful with only minor problems. Due to the undercarriage light staying on Neville Duke took the decision not to exceed 19,000 ft or 350 knots. The P1067 was Hawkers first application of powered controls but British experience of this was very limited at that time. Consequently the elevator hydraulic power boost was disconnected but the ailerons remained in use.This meant that the pilot struggled to maintain control e.........


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Item Code : GC0103First Flight by Gerald Coulson. - Editions Available
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Hunters F(GA) Mk9 by Barry Price.


Hunters F(GA) Mk9 by Barry Price.

FG89 Hunters, No.1 Squadron RAF. XE624 leading.


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Item Code : NTR0064Hunters F(GA) Mk9 by Barry Price. - Editions Available
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Auf Wiedersehen by Philip West.


Auf Wiedersehen by Philip West.

This symbolic bouquet break by the Patrouille Suisse with the snow covered peaks of the Swiss Alps below signifies the retirement of the beloved Hawker Hunter from team service in 1994. After thirty years of thrilling displays around Europe, the Hawker Hunters of the Patrouille Suisse performed their last public display at Nancy in France on 25th September 1994. Considered by many to be the most beautiful jet fighter ever to grace the skies the Swiss machines, with their striking paint scheme, enabled the Patrouille Suisse to bring an exceptional element of grace and elegance to the dynamic type of aerobatic display performed by most jet aerobatic display teams. Even more remarkable in their performance is the fact that the team members were all regular pilots with the Surveillance Wing of the Swiss Air Force and as such were able to practice just once per month when normal duties allowed. Their appearances were comparatively rare as they performed only about 6-10 public displays p.........


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Item Code : DHM2540Auf Wiedersehen by Philip West. - Editions Available
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Image size 12 inches x 15 inches (31cm x 38cm) Ramseier, Fredi
Thoni, Markus
Thoma, Paul
Rapaz, Stephane
Hosli, Daniel
Hoffmann, Werner
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