The Hawker Hunter is my favourite cold war jet. This is a T.7 display from this year.
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Another recording on my new web site http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-demon-august-2009/
I’ve posted a recording of a Hawker Hunter on my new website. It is available from http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-hunter-fga-9-g-etps/
A Mark 1 Hurricane and Sea Hurricane displaying in formation. Not something you see or hear everyday! The Sea Hurricane is operated by the Shuttleworth Collection and the MK1 Hurricane (R4188) is a Battle of Britain veteran aircraft. More information about R4188 is available from here. Some interesting information linking these two machines from the […]
A Hawker Sea Fury recorded on the 7th August 2005. See also [post="hawker-sea-fury-fast-approach"], recorded at the same display. More Sea Fury sounds here: http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-sea-fury/ Photo below taken by me during the display.
This is a recording made at Old Warden on 3rd May of their resident Hawker Sea Hurricane. This is a longer recording than I usually post and has a bit of work applied to it – a windy day. The Hurricane is still filling in for the finale their whilst the spit is undergoing an […]
This recording is a composite of 4 flypasts (including a very low flypast) of the Rolls-Royce Kestrel powered Hawker Hind based at Old Warden. Recording made on 3rd May 2009.
A couple of sounds extracts featuring the Merlin engined Hawker Sea Hurricane z7015 (G-BKTH) based at the Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden, UK. Both were recorded from the flight line and were taken on separate occasions. The Sea Hurricane is a ‘navalised’ version of the standard Hawker Hurricane.
The Hawker Sea Hawk was a British single-seat jet fighter of the Fleet Air Arm (FAA), the air branch of the Royal Navy (RN), built by Hawker Aircraft and its sister company, Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft. Powered by a single Rolls-Royce Nene 103 turbojet. This aircraft is operated bu the Royal Navy Historic Flight. The photo […]
This is a recording of a Hawker Sea Fury making a very fast approach at the start of a display. More Sea Fury sounds here: http://www.field-recording.org.uk/hawker-sea-fury/ See also [post="hawker-sea-fury"]