Wearing the markings of 111 Squadron's famous aerobatic team "The Black Arrows" and commemorating 40 Years of the Hawker Hunter, this aircraft was operated by 237 OCU and was taking part in 43 Squadron's 75th Anniversary Families Day.
111 Squadron's specially-marked F3 now wears the inscription "O Bandeirante 3". That name was carried firstly by 111 Sqn Spitfire Vb BM634 during 1942, in honour of the British citizens and Brazilian nationals living in Brazil who raised money to buy Spitfires for the RAF during WWII. The aircraft crashed not long after it was delivered, but the name was later carried by a second 111 Sqn Spitfire Vb EP166. Thanks to Eduardo Cavalcante and to the RAF Harrowbeer website for the information.
To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, 111(F) Squadron have applied their wartime code letters - prefixed "JU" - to two of their Tornado F3s, as worn by the squadron's Hurricanes in 1940. The name worn under the cockpit of JU-L is that of Sgt W L Dymond DFM, a 111(F) Squadron Hurricane pilot who was credited with 11 Victories. He was posted as missing in action, 2nd September, 1940.