This sequence was reversed dl vertical landing. To stabilize aircraft during hovering and maneuvering at low speeds, operate a small jet jet control nozzle installed in the nose and tail parts, and at each end of the wing, managed steering column and pedals Roel direction, jet jet rudders used compressed air coming from the engine. Company Hawker Siddli received a contract for nine more advanced prototypes Kestrel (Kestrel) F (GA) .1 for benchmarking them as fighters and attack aircraft (first flight on March 7, 1964). squadron in Britain with the pilots from the Air Force in England, T of Germany and all three services in the U.S. from April to November 1965. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Brian Armstrong. experienced Kestrel aircraft.

In February of 1965. British government ordered six more prototypes named Harrier (first flight 31 August 1966.). By the time the multi-purpose aircraft Siddli Hawker (Hawker Siddeley) R.1154 co vertical velocity 2M takeoff and landing, commissioned for the bbc and vmc United Kingdom, was replaced by serial Harrier aircraft for the Air Force. Single-seater Harrier gr.1 was designed as a bomber / reconnaissance and double Harrier T.2 with tandem the seat as a trainer to improve flight training. The total number of orders for the Air Force subsequently increased to 132 single and 19 double planes, the first production models each model, the first flights on December 28, 1967.

and April 24, 1969. respectively. Harrier aircraft formally entered service in the raf on April 1 1969. The first two models had TVlD Pegasus 101 with a static thrust of 8,618 kilograms (19,000 pounds).