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RAVENs at Lakenheath

Old 4th Dec 2023, 14:53
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RAVENs at Lakenheath

This lunchtime one caught the Raven aggressor (former RoKAF) BAE Hawk T1 inbound to Lakenheath so here are my photos






They stopped over in Prestwick last night and rumor mill says out of todays four ship 2 may go onwardsto Aviano.

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Are they definitely T1s? Looks a different nose profile to me.
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Id love to know what both BAE and RR are thinking 🤔 at least one (grey) has been modified with an AESA radar.
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From the RAVN website:

Hawk Mk 67 with:The Hawk Mk 67 was unique to Republic of Korea Air Force - fitted with the extended nose of the Hawk 100 - who ordered 20 with the last delivered in November 1993.
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Originally Posted by 57mm
Are they definitely T1s? Looks a different nose profile to me.
60 series export Hawk with a longer nose - neither t1 nor T2, but something inbetween. All had original UK test serials in the range ZH593 to ZH615
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Originally Posted by DuckDodgers
I’d love to know what both BAE and RR are thinking 🤔 at least one (grey) has been modified with an AESA radar.
I remembered you having doubts about the effectiveness of the Elbit EL/M-2052 in the Mk.67s. Given its record of fitting to Tejases and Jags I would possibly add HAL into the RR - BAES mix although the Advanced Hawk seems to have died a death with its proposed HLFT-42 now touted as the replacement for the Hawk Mk.132. The sole Advanced Hawk prototype is to be used as a testbed for the '42.

All Hawk T1s will be gone by 31 March 2022
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Mk67s, first of the long noses with nose wheel steering.
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