SEAHAWK FGA. MK 100/101
The Sea hawk began to enter service in 1953 with 806 squadron at Brawdy. By 1955 the Sea Hawk performance was already considered mediocre which led to the installation of the more powerful 5,200 lb thrust Nene 103 and the use of the Sea Hawk as a ground attack aircraft, cleared to carry external stores, a task at which the sea pork excelled. In all 434 C Sea Hawks were built for the Royal Navy, the largest production run for any British naval jet fighter. The Sea Hawk remained in service until 1960 with the Royal Navy, but the Sea Hawk story does not end there. The Sea Hawk was a major export success, the Indian Navy finally retiring its last example in 1984.
The Sea Hawk FGA MK 100/ 101 were special versions designed for the Federal German Republic. A plan for two versions, the MK 100 fair -weather day fighter bomber and the MK 101 bad-weather day fighter.
Length 12.09 metres Wing Span 11.89 metres Height 2.98 metres Weight empty 4335 kg Max 7350 Kg Max speed 962 kilometres per hour Range of 717 kilometres