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The Red Knight was a Canadian air force aerobatic display aircraft that operated from 1958 to 1969., The Red Knight performed at airshows around North America, often appearing as an opening act for or in conjunction with the Golden Hawks display team and later the Golden Centennaires, Canada's contemporary aerobatic teams. The JAM CT-133, painted in the Red Knight livery, still flys at air shows and is available for member flights. Check the JAM Events page for performance and flight dates.
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The Jet Provost was a British jet training aircraft that was in use with the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1955 to 1993. It was originally developed by Hunting Percival from the earlier piston engine-powered Percival Provost basic trainer, and later produced by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC). In addition to the multiple RAF orders, the Jet Provost, sometimes with light armament, was exported to many air forces worldwide. The design was also further developed into a more heavily armed ground attack variant under the name BAC Strikemaster.
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