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3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The T-45 Goshawk is a highly modified version of the BAe Hawk. Manufactured by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) and British Aerospace (now BAE Systems), the T-45 is used by the United States Navy as their primary jet trainer. It is flown by student NFOs in the advanced strike pipeline at Training Wing 6 in Pensacola, FL.
This model was interesting in that I had detailed blueprints of the original BAe Hawk, yet none of the T-45 plans or schematics. Corrections have been applied once I got a first-hand look at the airframe. I look forward to flying this bird in the future and I hope you enjoy it in your home. For those of you who wish to use it as a briefing aircraft on sticks, I've added a hole on the underside 5mm in width and 1cm deep, for you to put the model on a stick if you wish.