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40 Years of the Hawker Siddeley Hawk


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Gordon J McClymont

Date and Time

16 September 2014 - 17:15-19:30


Amesbury, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Dorset and South Wiltshire local network.

About this event

The lecture includes a historical, technical and operational appraisal of the aircraft with a detailed account of the company/customer test flying, world-wide delivery flying and customer training as seen by the company project test pilot.

The Hawker Siddeley Hawk first flew at Dunsfold on the evening of 21 August 1974. Since then, the aircraft has been in continuous production and to-date almost 1,000 aircraft have been manufactured for 18 Air Arms all over the globe, amassing over 3.5 million flight hours.

Gordon has 6500 flight hrs on over 180 different types and is type qualified on over 80 aircraft. His career includes: RAF training on the Hawk; operations on the Jaguar & Tornado; graduation from ETPS; exchange test pilot on F-15 Eagle; Project Pilot Hawk for British Aerospace and ETPS FW tutor.


17:15 Cheese and wine reception
17:45 Lecture starts

Additional information

Important information
For attendees without an MOD Boscombe Down pass, pre-booking is essential.  Please contact Dominic Wellman 01980 664191.  Please carry some form of ID on arrival.

Registration information

Not required if you have a MOD Boscombe Down pass, if you do not then please contact Dominic Wellman 01980 664191.

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