GLOSTER JAVELIN FAW.9/9R
The Gloster Javelin was developed in the 1950s as a two-seat, all weather interceptor. Serving with the RAF during the late 1950s and much of the 1960s, the Javelin was the last aircraft to bear the Gloster name.
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GLOSTER JAVELIN FAW.9R - No.64 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Singapore, 1960's.
GLOSTER JAVELIN FAW.9 - Aircraft flown by Squadron Leader George H.Beaton, Commanding Officer, No.228 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force Leuchars & Binbrook, 1966.
GLOSTER JAVELIN FAW.9/9R - No.33 Squadron, Royal Air Force Middleton, St.George, County Durham, England, 1962. Aircraft now preserved at the Jet Age Museum, Gloucetershire Airport, Staverton, UK.
- Lang; 402 mm.
- Breed; 332 mm.
Aantal onderdelen; 222
Humbrol verf kleur nr.'s; 11 / 24 / 33 / 53 / 60 / 94 / 130 / 163 / 164 / 191.