GLOSTER JAVELIN - Flight Manuals
Titles: Gloster Javelin No's 1 to 5 The last aircraft produced by the Gloster Aircraft Company, the Javelin was designed in competition with the De Havilland DH110 as the RAF's next high performance night fighter. The prototype first flew in 1951 and protracted flight testing took place until 1956 when the first production examples were delivered. Even then development continued apace and small numbers of various models were produced until the definitive FAW.7 variant was produced. The…
Javelin FAW.2 XA778. This 'Flat Iron' was used by the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishement at Boscombe Down, Wilts, as a pacer to determine airspeed indicator errors on other aircraft.
Aviation Photo #2125779: Gloster Javelin FAW9R - UK - Air Force
Leading XH891, XH892 & XH889 - Photo taken at Biggin Hill (BQH / EGKB) in England, United Kingdom on September 19, 1964.