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Hersteller: hawker

Hawker Aircraft Co. Ltd.







Hawker Tomtit





Hawker Dancock, Fighter aircraft





1925 - Hawker Horsley, Light bomber, Torpedobomber





1928 - Hawker Hart, Bomber





1929 - Hawker Fury II, Fighter Interceptor





1929 - Hawker Woodcock, Fighter aircraft





1930 - Hawker Cygnet, Light aircraft





1930 - Hawker Osprey Mk IV, Spotter / Reconnaissance plane





1931 - Hawker Audax, Army ccoperation aircraft





1931 - Hawker Nimrod Mk II, Carrier based fighter aircraft





1933 - Hawker Demon, Fighter interceptor





1934 - Hawker Hind, Light bomber





1934 - Hawker Hardy, General purpose aircraft





1935 - Hawker Hartebeeste, Ground support aircraft





1936 - Hawker Hector, Ground cooperation aircraft





1937 - Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, Fighter interceptor





1937 - Hawker Henley, Target tug





1939 - Hawker Tornado, Fighter interceptor





1940 - Hawker Typhoon, Fighter bomber





1941 - Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk II C, Carrier based fighter interceptor





1944 - Hawker Tempest Mk V, Fighter bomber





1947 - Hawker Sea Fury, Carrier based fighter bomber





1951 - Hawker Sea Hawk F. (G.A.) Mk. 6, Carrier-based Fighter/Bomber


555 were produced.  



1954 - Hawker Hunter F.6, Jet Fighter


The Hunter was designed as a daylight jet fighter. It is called the Spitfire of the jet age because of its elegance. Most countries using them phased them out in the late 60ies, but some where on duty up to the 80ies.  



1965 - Hawker P 1121, VTOL / STOL Experimental aircraft






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