The Hawker Sea Hawks of the School of Aircraft Handling, RNAS Culdrose (HMS Seahawk), fire their cartridges in unison during the “At Home” day in July 1960.
Prop-swinging goes all the way back. Here, two EAA members start the Association's newly-completed reproduction of the 1903 Wright Flyer.
A Parnall-built Avro 504K takes advantage of the Hucks.
Двигатель "Хинда" можно было завести ручкой (с помощью инерционного стартера)
“Winding up the elastic” - hand starting the Kestrel X engine of Hawker Hind K6818. Note the unstable position of the “erks”
An Armstrong Whitworth Atlas Trainer awaits a swing in the Middle East.
A Gloster Grebe displaying the black bars of Hawkinge-based No 25 Squadron along its fuselage is ministered to by a Hucks starter.
Nieuport Nighthawk J6927 has its Jupiter engine started during tropical Service trials in the Middle East about 1923.
GENTLE PERSUASION: Staging the "Lynx" engine on one of the C.U.A.S. Avro 504's by means of a Hucks starter.
A 504N of the Cambridge University Air Squadron, has the Hucks shaft mated to the dog in its spinner.
A CUAS 504N’s Lynx coaxed into life by a Hucks starter at Netheravon in July 1934.