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The Red Arrows motto, Éclat, meaning
'excellence', applies as much to the RAF's display
team as to the BAe Systems Hawk T1A aircraft
that they fly, and will continue to fly until 2030
when it is scheduled to be replaced by the Mk2.
The Arrows' Hawks are based at RAF Scampton,
the WW2 base that launched the audacious
'Dambusters' raid by 617 Sqn's Lancasters
against the German Ruhr-valley dams in 1943.
In their distinctive Red Arrows colours, the Hawk
T1As are very capable, fast, fully aerobatic
two-seat pilot- and weapons-training aircraft
that have been in service with the RAF, as an
earlier type, since 1976, and to date have been
by far the most successful British export since
the Hawker Hunter.
The Red Arrows motto, Éclat, meaning 'excellence', applies as much to the RAF's display
team as to the BAe Systems Hawk T1A aircraft that they fly, and will continue to fly until
2030 when it is scheduled to be replaced by the Mk2. The Arrows' Hawks are based at RAF
Scampton, the WW2 base that launched the audacious 'Dambusters' raid by 617 Sqn's
Lancasters against the German Ruhr-valley dams in 1943. In their distinctive Red Arrows
colours, the Hawk T1As are very capable, fast, fully aerobatic two-seat pilot- and
weapons-training aircraft that have been in service with the RAF, as an earlier type, since
1976, and to date have been by far the most successful British export since the Hawker
Hunter.
The Red Arrows motto, Éclat, meaning 'excellence',
applies as much to the RAF's display team as to the
BAe Systems Hawk T1A aircraft that they fly, and will
continue to fly until 2030 when it is scheduled to be
replaced by the Mk2. The Arrows' Hawks are based
at RAF Scampton, the WW2 base that launched the
audacious 'Dambusters' raid by 617 Sqn's
Lancasters against the German Ruhr-valley dams in
1943. In their distinctive Red Arrows colours, the
Hawk T1As are very capable, fast, fully aerobatic
two-seat pilot- and weapons-training aircraft that
have been in service with the RAF, as an earlier type,
since 1976, and to date have been by far the most
successful British export since the Hawker Hunter.

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The Red Arrows motto, Éclat, meaning 'excellence', applies as much to the RAF's display team as to the BAe Systems Hawk T1A aircraft that they fly, and will continue to fly until 2030 when it is scheduled to be replaced by the Mk2. The Arrows' Hawks are based at RAF Scampton, the WW2 base that launched the audacious 'Dambusters' raid by 617 Sqn's Lancasters against the German Ruhr-valley dams in 1943. In their distinctive Red Arrows colours, the Hawk T1As are very capable, fast, fully aerobatic two-seat pilot- and weapons-training aircraft that have been in service with the RAF, as an earlier type, since 1976, and to date have been by far the most successful British export since the Hawker Hunter.         
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