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Airmanship 2. Aircraft Recognition. Leading Cadet Training. Lecture. 2. Training Aircraft Hawk T1/1A Tucano T1 Grob 115E Tutor T1 Firefly T67 Grob 109B Vigilant T1 Grob G103A Viking T1 Jetstream T1. Aircraft Recognition. Reporting Name Hawk Role Letters & Marks T1 & T1A

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aircraft recognition

Airmanship 2

Aircraft Recognition

Leading Cadet Training

Lecture

2

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Training Aircraft

    • Hawk T1/1A
    • Tucano T1
    • Grob 115E Tutor T1
    • Firefly T67
    • Grob 109B Vigilant T1
    • Grob G103A Viking T1
    • Jetstream T1

Aircraft Recognition

hawk t1 a

Reporting NameHawk

Role Letters & MarksT1 & T1A

  • ROLE Advanced Jet Trainer

WINGSPAN 9.4 m. LENGTH 11.2 m.

CREW 2

SPEED 560 kts (1038 km/h) at sea level

ENGINES 1 Rolls-Royce Turbomeca ADOUR turbofan

Hawk T1/A

hawk t1 a1

The Hawk is the standard aircraft for advanced fast-jet pilot training and weapon training.

Some training Hawks (the T1A) have an emergency war role in Air Defence Squadrons; they can be fitted with Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and Aden cannons, which are standard on the T1A.

It has a large ventral airbrake underneath the rear fuselage.

There are two air intakes, one on each side of the fuselage forward of the leading edges.

Hawk T1/A

tucano t1

Reporting NameTucano

Role Letters & MarksT1

  • ROLE Basic Trainer

WINGSPAN 11.3 m. LENGTH 9.8 m.

CREW 2

SPEED 273 kts (507 km/h) at sea level

ENGINES 1 Garrett TPE 331 turboprop

Tucano T1

tucano t11

Shorts of Belfast produce the Tucano T1. It is a development of the Brazilian EMB-312 Tucano (Toucan).

The two sectioned canopy is is bird strike-resistant for pilot protection.

The cockpit layout has been designed to mimic that of the Hawk advanced trainer as much as possible, to aid continuity in training.

The instructor’s rear seat is raised to allow a clear view over the student’s head; this gives the aircraft a hump-backed appearance.

Tucano T1

tutor t1

Reporting NameTutor

Role Letters & MarksT1

  • ROLE Primary Trainer
  • WINGSPAN 10 m. LENGTH 7.4 m.
  • CREW 2
  • SPEED 150 kts (291 km/h) at sea level
  • ENGINES 1 Lycoming 4-cylinder piston engine

Tutor T1

tutor t11

The Grob 115 (Tutor) aircraft entered Royal Air Force service in 1999,replacing the Bulldog at UAS and AEFs.

  • The RAF Tutor has dual controls and the 2 seats are in side-by-side format.

Tutor T1

firefly t67

Reporting NameFirefly

Role Letters & MarksT67

  • ROLE Primary Trainer

WINGSPAN 10.6 m. LENGTH 7.6 m.

CREW 2

SPEED 157 mph (252 km/h) at sea level

ENGINE One Lycoming piston engine

Firefly T67

firefly t671

Elementary flying training is undertaken by two components of the Air Training Group Defence Agency;

  • University Air Squadrons (UAS), use the Grob 115 (Tutor),
  • and the Joint Elementary Flying Training School (JEFTS), operating the Firefly M260.

Firefly T67

vigilant t1

Reporting NameVigilant

Role Letters & MarksT1

  • ROLE Cadet Training

WING SPAN 17.4M LENGTH 7.9M

CREW 2

OPERATING SPEED 60kts (111km/h)

RANGE SPEED 62kts (115km/h)

ENGINE One Grob G2500 piston engine

Vigilant T1

vigilant t11

The Vigilant has been in service with the ATC since early 1990 and equips many of the Volunteer Gliding Squadrons (VGS)

It is a self-launching, piston-engined motorised glider which requires no winch or cable to get airborne.

The cockpit has seating for 2, side by side.

Vigilant T1

viking t1

Reporting NameViking

Role Letters & MarksT1

  • ROLE Cadet Training

WING SPAN 17.5M LENGTH 8.18M

CREW 2

OPERATING SPEED 50-55kts (93-102km/h)

RANGE SPEED 57kts (105km/h)

ENGINE NONE

Viking T1

viking t11

The Viking T Mk1 is the mainstay of the Air Cadet Organisation’s glider fleet.

  • It has two seats in tandem, with dual controls allowing it to be flown from either seat

Viking T1

jetstream t1

Reporting NameJetstream

Role Letters & MarksT1

ROLE Crew Trainer

WINGSPAN 15.8 m. LENGTH 14.4 m.

CREW 2

SPEED 248 kts (457 km/h) at 12,000 ft

ENGINES 2 TurbomecaAstazou turboprops

Jetstream T1

jetstream t11

This aircraft was originally designed and built by Handley Page for the civil market. A military version was delivered to the RAF in 1974; this was designated the Jetstream T1.

The Jetstream is used to train pilots (who have just completed basic training) on multi-engined aircraft, prior to their conversion to operational multi-engined aircraft.

Jetstream T1

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Airmanship 2

Aircraft Recognition

Leading Cadet Training

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