Delivered new to the RAF in July 1960 as Jet Provost T.3 XM479. It initially served the RAF College at Cranwell. Sold in 10.93 as G-BVEZ, it here wears the insignia of the RAF Central Flying School under its cockpit.
A line up of ground instructional airframes at the RAF's No 1 School of Technical Training. Line up includes Twin Pioneer, Jet and Piston Provosts, Canberras, Hunters, a Vulcan and a Spitfire hidden at the far end. The Twin Pin now resides at the Museum of Flight at East Fortune. The JP is ex XM367.