Hawker Sea Hawk
The Sea Hawk first flew in 1951 and entered service with the Fleet Air Arm with 806 Squadron at Brawdy before operating from HMS Eagle. The Sea Hawk saw combat service during the Suez Crisis of 1956. Six Sea Hawk squadrons took part, flying from HMS Eagle, Albion and Bulwark, and was tasked in the ground attack role. The Sea Hawk last saw service in 1960, being replaced by the Supermarine Scimitar and de Havilland Sea Vixen.
Sweat Shirts are made from 80% ringspun cotton and 20% polyester. Comfortable to wear at 280gsm with ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.