List of Hawker Sea Fury operators
The List of Hawker Sea Fury operators lists the counties and their air force units that have operated the aircraft:
Royal Australian Navy received about 50 ex-FAA Sea Furies during 1949 and 1950.
Burma received 18 ex-FAA Sea Fury FB.11s and three Sea Fury T.20s in 1958.
A total of 74 Sea Furies served in three different RCN units - two combat squadrons (803 and 883) and the RCN's fixed-wing training unit, VT 40. The last Canadian military flight of the RCN Hawker Sea Fury type was made by F/O Lynn Garrison at McCall Field, Calgary, Alberta April 1, 1958. The aircraft involved was WG-565 ferried to Calgary for use as an instructional airframe at the Provincial Institute of Technology.
- 803 Squadron RCN in May 1951 redesignated 870 Squadron
- 883 Squadron RCN in May 1951 redesignated 871 Squadron
- 870 Squadron RCN in November 1952 redesignated VF 870
- 871 Squadron RCN in November 1952 redesignated VF 871
- VF 870
- VF 871
- VT 40
Cuba received 15 ex-FAA Sea Fury FB.11s and two Sea Fury T.20s in 1958. Aircraft were assembled in 1959 and fought against the CIA-sponsored Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961.
Egypt ordered 12 Sea Furies during 1949 and delivered during the following two years.
The Federal Republic of Germany bought eight ex-FAA Sea Fury T.20s during 1959-60. They were further modified in Germany for target-towing duties and served under contract to the Luftwaffe as target tugs.
Iraq received 30 de-navalized Sea Fury Mk.60s and two Sea Fury T.61s
- No. 1 Squadron Royal Iraqi Air Force
- No. 7 Squadron Royal Iraqi Air Force
The Royal Netherlands Navy purchased 10 Sea Fury F. Mk.50 for service on the escort carrier Karel Doorman (QH1). Additional 12 Sea Fury FB. Mk.60 were purchased, and as a third order 25 Sea Fury FB. Mk.51 were built under license by Fokker. Several aircraft served aboard the second Karel Doorman (R81). Dutch Sea Furies were finally replaced in 1957 by Hawker Sea Hawks.
Between 1949 and 1950 Pakistan purchased 87 brand new Sea Fury Mk.60s, five ex-FAA FB.11, the prototype F.2/43 Fury (NX802) and five newly built Sea Fury Mk.61 two seat trainers.
- 801 Naval Air Squadron
- 802 Naval Air Squadron
- 804 Naval Air Squadron
- 805 Naval Air Squadron
- 807 Naval Air Squadron
- 808 Naval Air Squadron
- 1822 Naval Air Squadron
- 1830 Naval Air Squadron
- 1831 Naval Air Squadron
- 1832 Naval Air Squadron
- 1833 Naval Air Squadron
- 1834 Naval Air Squadron
- 1836 Naval Air Squadron
- 1843 Naval Air Squadron
- 1845 Naval Air Squadron
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