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English: A Hawker Harrier GR.1A loaned to the U.S. Marine Corps attack squadron VMA-513 (as WF-12) for trials in 1971 (RAF serial XV742). It was later returned to the Royal Air Force and in 1982 modified to the GR.3 standard. It crashed at Holbeach range, Lincolnshire (UK), on 28 October 1983 while in service with No. 233 Operational Conversion Unit (OCU), RAF.
Date February 1971
Source Lichenstein, Dan (February 1971). " Mastering V/STOL" (PDF). Naval Aviation News (0075R-3): 21. Virginia, United States: Chief of Naval Operations and the Naval Air Systems Command. Retrieved on 2008-03-19.
Author PH1 Bob Woods
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