Hawker Henley L3334 of No.1605 (Target Towing) Flight, flew into Craig
Cwm Silyn on the 20th November 1942 while target towing from Towyn.
Hawker Henley L3424 from 1AACU, Weston-zoyland, crashed at Cannington.
Hawker Henley Target Tug III L3262 of 639 Squadron RAF Cleave crashed
in a forced landing at Tonnacombe Farm, Morwenstow.7
Hawker Henley TT III RAF Trebelzue crashed at Polgreen Farm, ½ mile NW
of St Mawgan. The aircraft burnt-out and was completely wrecked the
two occupants were killed.8
Made by Hawker Aircraft.
Hawker Henley is the predecessor of the Hawker Hotspur.
Sageston - Hawker Henley on runway, Bristol Blenheim flying past
Past into present
Still surviving are other reminders of the past: fields the shape of
the Hawker Henley used for target towing
image by Keith Weller, of Tonfanau camp
The Real World Hawker Henley was a competent dive bomber, but the Air
Ministry deigned to appreciate dive bombers, even when all other major
combatants had success with them (that 11
This CO2 powered Hawker Henley was only finished the night before the
event, but it was flying very nicely.12
for a dive bomber, build as Hawker Henley, and at Fairey as
Hawker Henley; Heston Airport; Pick-A-Back
Aircraft; A Catapult Launch; Mrs. Ronald Price; Westland Lysander;
Antipodean Air Transport; A "Pusher" Type Amphibian; Wing Commander
4/34 and the Hawker Henley - which had first appeared
as replacements for the Fairey Battle light bomber - were considered
in January 1938. The P.15
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