B.62 - B-102
B-102 FAA B-102 at rest in Oliva City
(Photo : Hernan Casciani)
WJ7123 at an RAF Syreston Open Day in 1959
(Photo : R. Bonser)

Built by the English Electric Co in 1953, this B.2 was initially taken onto the inventory of the RAF Flying College. It also flew for a while with the College of Air Warfare before entering squadron service with 85 Sqd (who were probably at RAF West Raynham at the time). It next joined 360 Sqd at RAF Watton until they parted with their B.2s in mid 1967. WJ713 was most likely put into storage (RAF St Athan?) before eventually, on 23 February 1968, it was sold to BAC . At BAC, this B.2 was converted to B.62 configuration for Argentina. It was delivered to FUERZA AEREA ARGENTINA (1 Sqd) on 17 November 1970 as B-102.

Noteably, B-102 displayed at the SBAC Farnbourgh show in 1970 under the civilian registration of G-AYHP, see here.

Hernan's photo shows B-102 on static display next to a railway station in Olivia City, Cordoba Province.