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Air International 1983-10
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P.Jackson - ETPS - Learning to Test
The only ETPS aircraft in service camouflage is Jaguar GR Mk I XX119, a replacement for a T Mk 2 lost in 1981.
Among the ETPS helicopters at present in use is a Gazelle specially equipped for high-altitude flight.
The two North American Harvard IIs that remain in use with the A & AEE at Boscombe Down, including FT375 shown here - have been used by the ETPS as conversion trainers for jet pilots assigned to fly World War II veterans.
Among the ETPS helicopters at present in use is the original Sikorsky SH-3D (Sea King HAS Mk 1 pattern aircraft)
Contrasting types in service with the ETPS - and both displaying a modified form of the MoD PE finish - are the Beagle Basset used for communications and the Hawker Siddeley Andover (on photo) that provides multi-engine and turboprop handling experience.
The three ETPS Hawks - XX341, 342 and 343 - are standard production aircraft, coming in fact from the end of the RAF production run. They are used for exercises that involve determination of manoeuvre boundaries and assessment of stick forces.
A similar finish is sported by three Hawk T Mk Is (on photo), but not all the School aircraft carry the crest.
The Lightning T Mk 5 XS422, used as a high-performance demonstrator, retains its natural metal finish, with red upper fuselage and outer wing panels.
Contrasting types in service with the ETPS - and both displaying a modified form of the MoD PE finish - are the Beagle Basset (on photo) used for communications and the Hawker Siddeley Andover that provides multi-engine and turboprop handling experience.
Jaguar T Mk 2 XX915 is one of two specially acquired for ETPS use, and therefore sporting the MoD PE colour scheme.