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The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, advanced jet trainer aircraft. It was first flown at Dunsfold, Surrey, in 1974 as the Hawker Siddeley Hawk, and subsequently produced by its successor companies, British Aerospace and BAE Systems, respectively. It has been used in a training capacity and as a low-cost combat aircraft.

The Hawk T1 (Trainer Mark 1) was the original version of the Hawk used by the RAF, deliveries commencing in November 1976. The RAF received a total of 175 T1s.

 

 

What's in:

 

 

- a new plane;

- 4 new and 1 upgraded skins;

- Historical decalsets;

- open canopy 10 key auto closing at take off;

- weapons

- "real" sound;

- New screens;

- loadout.tga;

 

 

Notes:

 

 

- This plane uses as stand in Harrier1 cockpit

- Coupi tweak (harrier's frame removed) is inside the pack

 

 

Credits:

 

 

- RussoUK - plane model 2.0;

- MarcFighters original Red Harrows skin;

- Ndicki- original Templates;

- Coupi pit tweak;

- Spillone104 - RR Adour sound;

- Paulopanz - Skins, Decals,edits;

- Crusader - data, weapons, pit revision;

Install:

 

 

- all mod folder content in your mod install

- overwrite

 

- if you haven't SF-2EU or dislike Harrier1 pit open Hawk51.ini

[AircraftData]

AircraftFullName=Hawk T.1

AircraftShortName=Hawk

AircraftDataFile=Hawk61_data.ini

//CockpitDataFile=Hawk_cockpit.ini

CockpitDataFile=Harrier1_cockpit.ini <---- delete this

HangarScreen=Hawk_Hangar.jpg

LoadingScreen=Hawk_Loading.jpg

LoadoutImage=Hawk_Loadout.tga

LoadoutFile=Hawk_loadout.ini

//AvionicsDLL=Avionics60.dll

AvionicsDLL=Avionics70.dll <---- delete this

//AvionicsDataFilename=HAWK_AVIONICS.INI

AvionicsDataFilename=Harrier1_avionics.ini <---- delete this

UserList=Hawk_UserList.ini

---> delete all "//" too and you will use the F-100 cockpit

That's all

 

Enjoy

 

@ paulopanz

 

:lazy:




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I've had a little play with it, and it's fun to fly. A couple of simply-fixed issues though:

 

1. The Air-to-air and Air-to-air long range loadouts do *not* include weapons. The 30mm Aden pod can be loaded up manually though.

2. The war role for the T Mk. 1 included support for Mixed Fighter Force tactics, revolving around popping up from ground clutter to take pot shots at whatever was trying to catch up with the Tornado F Mk. 3, which was able to maintain a little distance by staying unloaded. In this role the Hawk T Mk. 1 would carry the centreline gun pod and AIM-9s on the wing pylons. One of my friends remembers doing this fondly when a student at Valley, and blagging a front-seat ride with one of the instructors on an ADEX. Apparently popping up below and behind Dutch F-16As who were otherwise engaged in trying to get close enough to a Tornado ruined their whole day. Hawk-neck, from flying at 8-9g sustained at sea level, was at one point a major issue for the aeromedical chaps.

I'd expect to see the AIM-9 variant change from -9B through -9G to -9L with time. These days the T Mk 1A and T Mk. 2 tend to carry the ACMI pod for exercises.

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The Hawk T1 (Trainer Mark 1) was the original version of the Hawk used by the RAF, deliveries commencing in November 1976. The RAF received a total of 175 T1s.

The Hawk T1A is a modified Hawk T1, intended to replace the Hawker Hunter in the RAF's Tactical Weapons Units. A total of 89 aircraft were converted to carry two underwing AIM-9L Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and a centreline Aden gun pod.

 

This is the original trainer version. The Mk. T.1A already exist. Maybe we will update a little bit. :)

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