K3146, the first production Hart Trainer
Hart Trainer K4751, over Brooklands in March 1935, was later attached to No 2 FTS, K4751 crashed at Ilchester in July 1938.
The Hart Trainer (525 h.p. Kestrel IB) is generally similar to the light bomber Hart, but has dual controls and no military equipment.
HAWKER HART: Trainer (Kestrel X engine - 550 h.p. at 3,000ft.); span, 37ft. 3in.; gross weight, 4,085 lb.; max. speed, 180 m.p.h. at 3,000ft.
An unusual photograph of No 3 FTS Hart Trainer K4927 with the pupil half under the blind flying hood, May 1938.
Hart Trainer K5785, of No 3 FTS, takes off from Peterborough.
Also based at Peterborough was Hart Trainer K5834, of No 7 FTS
The Trainer prototype, K1996 was a converted Audax airframe.
Hawker Hart Trainer of 4 FTS Abu Sueir, Egypt