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Gloster Javelin. Part 5 / 72-376 /
Javelin F(AW) Mk 7, XH 835, ‘NP’, No.33 Squadron. Standard Scheme and national markings; black serial and silver air intake lips. Code in light blue, outlined in red; light blue, red and blue tail stripes. Wing Commander’s pennant above code
on nose ( note slightly different position on the starboard side). 

Javelin F(AW) Mk 8, XH 979, Air Fighting Development Squadron. RAF Binbrook, 1962. Standard scheme and national markings; AFDS written in full in white under crest on fin. White fuselage serial; black air intake lips.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 7, XH 899,  ‘P’, No.25 Squadron as seen at Sculthorpe, 16th May 1959. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code, the latter repeated on fuselage. Silver and black bands flank squadron crest on fin.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 7, XH 794,  ‘L’, No.64 Squadron, RAF Duxford. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. 
Silver air intake lips; white band on fin with red and blue trellis and unit badge within a white disc, the latter outlined in blue.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 8, XH 966,  ‘X’, No.41 Squadron, RAF Wattisham, September 1963. Standard scheme and national markings; red/white bars flanking unit marking on fin. Serial and fin code in white; air intake lips are black.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 9, XH 772,  ‘G’, No.11 Squadron, RAF Geilenkirchen (Germany). Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Black air intake lips; yellow/black band across tail with unit marking superimposed.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 9, XH 898,  ‘GHB’, flown by the CO of No.228 OCU, RAF Leuchars, Sqn Ldr George H Beaton. Known to be the only natural metal finished Javelin to see operational service; black cockpit framing, intake lips and serials; standard national markings. Pilot’s initials on fin in black.

Javelin F(AW) Mk9, XH 904, ‘T’, No. 33 Squadron, as seen in Malta in June 1961. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Black air intake lips; blue/light blue/red band across tail with unit badge superimposed on a white disc.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 9R, XH 895, ‘G’, No.64 Squadron, RAF Tengah, 1967. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Black intake lips; blue/red trellis on a white band across fin with unit marking superimposed. Javelin F(AW) Mk 9, XH 882, ‘L’, No.25 Squadron. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Black intake lips; silver bars, edged in black, flanking unit crest on fin.

Javelin F(AW) Mk 9, XH 716, ‘G’, No.228 OCU (No. 11 Reserve Squadron), 1966. Standard scheme and national markings; white serial and code. Black air intake lips; No.11 Squadron badge here rendered in black on a white disc. The birds having also appeared in brown on occasion! 

Javelin F(AW) Mk 9, XH 721, ‘MHM’, flown by the CO of  No. 60  Squadron, Wg Cdr Michael H Miller, RAF Tengah, 1966. Standard scheme and national markings; fuselage serial and codes in white. Black/ white bars across fin/ rudder; 
unit badge, also in white and black, on fin. Note command pennant on forward fuselage.
 
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