Aeroplane Monthly 1981-01
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P.Birtles - Brawdy's Hawks
Another Brawdy Hawk, XX220, is seen flying low over its South Wales base.
Hawk XX220 of No 1 TWU in the markings of No 63 Squadron. A trainee navigator occupies the rear seat.
Hawk XX220 of No 1 TWU in the markings of No 63 Squadron. A trainee navigator occupies the rear seat.
Although these two Brawdy Hawks are carrying two wing pylons four can be fitted.
Photograph shows a Hawk of No 1 Tactical Weapons Unit firing a salvo of 68mm unguided rockets from a Sneb pod.
Hawk XX220 of No 1 TWU in the markings of No 63 Squadron. A trainee navigator occupies the rear seat.