• Flying the sim in company with a Hawk synthetic entity. Credit: CAE
    Flying the sim in company with a Hawk synthetic entity. Credit: CAE
  • 79 Squadron Trainee, Flying Officer Iain Roberts-Thomson, operates the Hawk Simulator on a training evolution over a simulated Perth at RAAF Base Pearce. Credit: Defence
    79 Squadron Trainee, Flying Officer Iain Roberts-Thomson, operates the Hawk Simulator on a training evolution over a simulated Perth at RAAF Base Pearce. Credit: Defence
  • A Cubic P5 pod on a RAAF Hawk 127. Credit: CGD
    A Cubic P5 pod on a RAAF Hawk 127. Credit: CGD
  • Once modified, all 33 aircraft will be almost identical to the Hawk 128 T2 Advanced Jet Trainer. Credit: BAE Systems PLC
    Once modified, all 33 aircraft will be almost identical to the Hawk 128 T2 Advanced Jet Trainer. Credit: BAE Systems PLC
  • An A27 Hawk 127 operated by No 76 Squadron participates in a training activity over Lake George in the Australian Capital Territory. Credit: Defence
    An A27 Hawk 127 operated by No 76 Squadron participates in a training activity over Lake George in the Australian Capital Territory. Credit: Defence
  • Credit: BAE Systems
    Credit: BAE Systems
  • The new system will allow for P5 TCTS on three Royal Australian Air Force aircraft that currently do not use the system, including: MK-127 Hawk, F/A-18A/B Classic Hornet and the F/A-18G Growler.
    The new system will allow for P5 TCTS on three Royal Australian Air Force aircraft that currently do not use the system, including: MK-127 Hawk, F/A-18A/B Classic Hornet and the F/A-18G Growler.
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