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    Sea Hawk Mid-air collision

    I was an apprentice at Armstrong Whitworth working in the Repair Shop in 1956. There were two Sea Hawks awaiting repair - I don't know how long they had been there. One of them had no windscreen nor canopy; the other had a Sea Hawk windscreen through its wing at an angle of about 45 degrees...