Titles: BAC 145 Jet Provost No’s 1 to 3

The Jet Provost was developed from the earlier piston-engined Provost in response to an RAF requirement for a new dedicated all-through jet training aircraft and first flew in 1954. The aircraft was steadily developed with increasing engine power, weapons capability and pressurisation. A total of 753 were built, with a number of variants exported.

An armed version of the final T5 variant was marketed as the Strikemaster light strike aircraft and exported to a number of countries.

We offer three titles covering most variants of the aircraft, including the Strikemaster. Each title is US$9.95. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages unless otherwise stated.

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Title 1 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Jet Provost T.Mk.1 , AP 4560A-PN 1st Edition dated August 1955, with approx 63 pages.
  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Jet Provost T.Mk.2, AP 4560B-PN 1st Edition dated January 1957, with approx 65 pages.
  • Manufacturers presentation on the Jet Provost Mk.3, which includes a Description, Flight Handling Notes and Specification, undated with approx 112 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Jet Provost T.Mk.3 and T.Mk.4, AP 4560C & D-PN 2nd (Combined) Edition dated December 1964, with approx 175 pages.
  • RAF Aircrew Manual for the Jet Provost T.Mk.5A (with supp info for for the T.Mk.5 ) AP 101B-2305-15, 2nd Edition dated December 1978 with approx 173 pages.

Title 3 contains:

  • Manufacturers Pilot’s Notes for the BAC 145 Mk.55 for the Sudan Air Force, Publication B.A.C. 145(55)-6 dated November 1968, with approx 263 pages.
  • Manufacturers Pilot’s Notes for the Strikemaster Mk.88 for the Royal New Zealand Air Force, Publication B.A.C. 167(88)-6 amended to August 1974, with approx 273 pages.