Hawker Hunter T.Mark 75

The Hawker Hunter T.Mark 75 was the designation given to nine two-seat trainers sold to Singapore as the British military withdrew from the city at the start of the 1970s.

Singapore placed an order for single-seat Hunter Mark 74s, which were to be delivered from 1970. To prepare for the new aircraft an order was also placed for four two-seat trainers, to be prepared to the British T.7 standard, with Avon 121A engines, and to be delivered between December 1969 and September 1870.

This was followed by a second order for five T.Mark 75As, to be delivered between November 1972 and October 1972. The Hunter trainers were used by No.141 (Merlin) Squadron, the second Hunter squadron formed in Singapore.

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (30 April 2010), Hawker Hunter T.Mark 75 , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_hawker_hunter_75.html

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