The first two Grob Prefect T.1s for the Royal Air Force have arrived at RAF Cranwell. A photo tweeted by 45 Squadron (see below) shows two Prefects on the ramp at Cranwell - they wear the civil registrations G-MFTS (will become ZM300) and G-MEFT (will become ZM301).
Both aircraft departed for nearby RAF Barkston Heath on November 16th.
A total of 23 Prefects will be delivered to the RAF as part of the UK Military Flight Training System and they will wear serial ZM300 to ZM322 in RAF service.
— 45 (R) Squadron (@45Sqn) November 15, 2016
Prefect Perfect. pic.twitter.com/6SwI1gCzRv
— RAF Cranwell Ops (@RAFCranwellOps) November 15, 2016