The Hawk Anecdotal History comprises notes compiled by the Chairman from the Letters from the Squadron for the periods 1994 - 2001 & 2003 - 2008, plus Neil Meadows and Jamie Hunter’s ’ presentations to the 2014 & 2015 Association Annual Reunion Dinners about their time in command of 208.
Neil Meadows continues the story of how 208 Squadron achieved a massive flying task, between 2001 and 2003, including a record number of sorties flown in one day, thus safeguarding the very future of the RAF by providing sufficient future combat pilots for the front-line requirement.
Thirdly, the Chairman summarises the Letters from the Squadron for the period 2003 - 2008, including the 90th Anniversary activities and the arrival of Indian Air Force (IAF) trainee pilots for fast-jet training at RAF Valley.
Read the Chairman’s summary of the Letters from the Squadron from its reformation as a Hawk Reserve Squadron at RAF Valley in Anglesey in 1994, to January 2001.
In this final section, there are a number of shorter features relating to the Hawk era, including regular updates from the Squadron on current events.
Jamie Hunter concludes the Hawk Chapter presentations to the Naval Eight / 208 Squadron Association Annual Reunion Dinners with an account of his time in command of 208 Squadron between 19 June 2008 and 3 January 2010.