Title: Beagle 125 Bulldog

The Beagle Bulldog was a military trainer developed from the Beagle Pup, a general aviation aircraft designed by Beagle Aircraft Ltd. Although the Pup had attracted a large number of orders, the Britsh govt withdrew support for the company and it was placed in receivership. Production of the Pup ceased when just over 150 examples had been completed.

The Bulldog first flew in 1969 and when Beagle went into receivership the project was taken over by Scottish Aviation and all development and production shifted to Scotland. Over 300 were eventually built, and the aircraft was the primary trainer for Britain, Sweden, and a number of other air arms for several decades.

This title contains the RAF and Flygvapnet (Swedish Air Force) flight manuals (titled Aircrew Manual, and Speciell Forarinstruktion respectively) for the Bulldog military
trainer, plus an RAF training guide and a manufacturer’s brochure. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • RAF Aircrew Manual Notes for the Bulldog T. Mk 1, AP 101B-3801-15 dated September 1973, with approx 132 pages.
  • RAF Bulldog Training Manual Vol II Student Study Guide (Flying), FTP/3225M Vol II, undated with 215 pages.
  • Flygvapnet (Swedish Air Force) Speciell Forarinstruktion for the SK61 (Swedish designation for the Bulldog), publication 7780-400210, 2nd Edition dated 1993 with approx 170 pages.
  • Manufacturers publicity brochure for the Scottish Aviation Bulldog. Undated with 8 pages.