In the early '60s XJ476 spent some years at Woomera, South Australia, for weapons trials before returning to the UK in 1963. XJ476 was damaged beyond repair in a landing accident at Boscombe Down on 21 September, 1973.
On conclusion of her duties as a U.14, WH876 served with the A&AEE as a B.2(mod). Although the In flight refuelling probe suggested otherwise, the IFR system was never a 'wet' system on this particular aircraft.
WH876 was one of 6 B.2s converted to U.14 drone for use by 728B Squadron at Hal Far, Malta. A peculiarity of the type was the mid-grey cockpit interior. In later life WH768 served, as a B.2(mod), with the A&AEE and Martin Baker at Chalgrove.
Cockpit of XW560, the first British assembled protoype, with the PMD (Projected Map Display), as used in the GR.1 and T.2, in the centre. The projected map was a transparency of the standard RAF half million scale low flying chart.
Dual control T.4 WJ865 spent her whole flying career with the Empire Test Pilots School (ETPS) and the Aircraft & Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) and was based at both Boscombe Down and Farnborough.