The Gloster Javelin entered service with the Royal Air Force in 1956 as an all-weather fighter and interceptor with 46 Squadron at RAF Odiham. It was a distinctive twin-engined, T-tailed, delta-wing jet. In a night fighter role it replaced the ageing Meteor, however its role as an interceptor was made redundant with the introduction of the English Electric Lightning.
Long-sleeve T-shirts are made from 100% ringspun semi-combed cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 190gsm with tubular long sleeves. Check the sizing page as this item can run slightly smaller than other brands.