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01/10/2007
First six instructors for the IAF s Hawk AJT ready

The first batch of six Indian Air Force flying instructors have successfully completed their Convex Flying Programme on the Hawk Advance jet trainer at RAF Valley in the United Kingdom.
During the 10-week programme, the pilots underwent ground school training and simulator sorties at Royal Air Force Valley, avionics training at BAE Systems in Brough, and sea survival training, prior to flying training.
The flying phase covered 15 flights per pilot, including night flying over a five-week period
India bought 66 Hawks AJTs to BAe in 2004, and 24 of them will be supplied  by BAe and the rest will be manufactured by HAL Ltd. under lincesed production.
The deal also includes the ground based training systems, associated support and interim pilot training at RAF Valley in Wales.

Source: IAF





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