Introduction of Hunting Jet Provost aircraft the world's first primary and basic jet trainer. Aircraft being prepared for take off. Brief description of aircraft (G-23-1) and simplicity of start up procedure. Description of ease of use on grass or paved runway and climb rate. Handling characteristics described. RAF Hullavington, No. 2 Flying Training School sign. September 1955 a flight of Jet Provosts established at Hullavington. Formation of 3 Jet Provosts (XD677/QM, XD676/QU, XD680/QT) in flight and undergoing spin recovery. Aircraft reform and return to base.