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4(R) Squadron    208(R) Squadron
RAF Valley
4 Fighter Training School

June 2014
Many a happy hour was spent walking and photographing around RAF Valley when I was in my teens. Then I was entertained by 4 FTS and their red and white Hunters and Gnats today the base is the home of shiny black Hawk T.1s of 208(R) Squadron and T.2s of 4(R) Squadron. RAF Valley is very accessible from the outside, you can get close and walk easily around most of the perimiter and the fences are low. Today I was at a loose end so I relived my first days with a SLR camera just for fun.
Hawk T.2 (ZK032 'W')
Left to right: Hawk T.2s (ZK021 'L', ZK029 'T' and ZK033 'X').
Left to right: Hawk T.2s (ZK031 'V', ZK028 'S', ZK025 'P' and ZK010 'A').
Hawk T.1 (XX158).
Left to right: Hawk T.1 (XX158).
Left to right: Hawk T.1s (XX156, XX317 and XX158).
Hawk T.1 (XX156).
Left to right: Hawk T.1 (XX339 'CK') of 100 Squadron from RAF Leeming and Hawk T.1 (XX204).
Left to right: Hawk T.1s (XX317and XX158) and Hawk T.2 (ZK031 'V').
Hawk T.2 pair (ZK023 'N' and ZK034 'Y').
Left to right: Hawk T.2s (ZK028 'S', ZK019 'J' and ZK023 'N').
Left to right: Hawk T.2s (ZK034 'Y', ZK035 'Z' and ZK012 'C').
Sea King HAR.3 (XZ599 'P') of 22 Squadron 'C' Flight based at RAF Valley