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Hawker Hunter T8C - UK - Navy
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This Hunter was constructed as an F.4 for the RAF, f/f 4.2.55, and was one of the first to be re-built as a T.8 two-seater for the FAA in 1959. In 1970 she joined what became the FRADU at Yeovilton serving till 1994 when flown to Shawbury for disposal. She was auctioned next year with 9,500 hrs/12,500 landings, ferried to Exeter as G-BWGN in 1996 and moved to Kemble in 2006 where it is hoped to put her back in the air. In 1983 she became the oldest flyable Hunter in the world
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