Ed Coates writes: One of Sydney Camm's most aethestically pleasing designs was the Sea Hawk. VP413 was the second prototype of the aircraft built to spec N7/46 (later identified as the P.1040), and was the first fully navalized version with retractable tail hook, etc. The Sea Hawk remained the Royal Navy's first line fighter until 1960.
WV908 (cn 6120) Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.6 Photo by Neil Cotten | AIRFIGHTERS.COM
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India | Indian Navy Hawker Sea Hawk Mk101 IN240 displayed at Dega (2006)
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Aviation Photo #1128952: Hawker Sea Hawk FGA6 - UK - Navy
Dirty pass showing flaps, undercarriage and arrester hook. - Photo taken at Old Warden - Biggleswade (EGTH) in England, United Kingdom on June 4, 2006.