Hawker Hunter T. Mark 67

The Hawker Hunter T.Mark 67 was the designation given to five two-seat trainers ordered by Kuwait in the late 1960s as a stop-gap measure before the delivery of the McDonnell-Douglas A-4KU Skyhawk.

The first two trainers were ordered in 1963 and delivered in 1965. The single-seat Mark 57 was delivered in the following year, and then in 1967 Kuwait ordered three more trainers which arrived in May 1969. All five of the trainers were powered by the large Avon 200 series engine, making them similar to the second two-seat prototype rather than the RAF's T.7, which used the smaller 100 series engines.

Engine: Rolls Royce Mk.203 or Mk.207 (R.A.28)
Power: 10,000lb thrust
Crew: 2
Wing span: 33ft 8in
Length: 48ft 10.5in
Height: 13ft 2in
Empty Weight: 13,580lb
Loaded Weight: 17,420lb
Maximum Weight: 24,500lb
Max Speed: 704mph at sea level, Mach 0.93 at 36,000ft
Service Ceiling: 48,900ft
Climb Rate: 10.2 minutes to 45,000ft
Armament: two 30mm Aden cannon
Bomb-load: Capability to carry payload on four pylons under wings

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (30 April 2010), Hawker Hunter T. Mark 67 , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_hawker_hunter_67.html

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