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Corgi Panavia Tornado Fighter-Bombers

Corgi Panavia Tornado Fighter-Bombers

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#AA39801 - RAF Panavia Tornado F3 Fighter Bomber - ZE763/HD, 111 Squadron, Leuchars, Scotland, 2010 (1:72 Scale)

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Royal Saudi Air Force Panavia Tornado IDS Fighter-Bomber
Royal Saudi Air Force Panavia Tornado IDS Fighter-Bomber (1:72 Scale)
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During the late 1960's a number of European countries examined ways to replace their existing fleet of combat aircraft using next-generation design techniques. Several countries looked at variable geometry wing configurations as a means of making a plane perform well throughout a wider flight envelope.
RAF Panavia GR. Mk. 4 Tornado Fighter-Bomber - ZA447/DE, 31 Squadron, RAF Marham, England, 2006 [Low-Vis Scheme]
RAF Panavia GR. Mk. 4 Tornado Fighter-Bomber - ZA447/DE, No. 31 Squadron, RAF Marham, England, 2006 [Low-Vis Scheme] (1:72 Scale)
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During the late 1960's a number of European countries examined ways to replace their existing fleet of combat aircraft using next-generation design techniques. Several countries looked at variable geometry wing configurations as a means of making a plane perform well throughout a wider flight envelope.
RAF Panavia GR. Mk. 1 Tornado Fighter-Bomber - No. 2 (AC) Squadron, Norway, 1995
RAF Panavia GR. Mk. 1 Tornado Fighter-Bomber - No. 2 (AC) Squadron, Norway, 1995 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Panavia Tornado F3 Fighter Bomber - ZG757, 43 (F) Squadron, RAF Leuchars, Scotland, 2006
RAF Panavia Tornado F3 Fighter Bomber - ZG757, 43 (F) Squadron, RAF Leuchars, Scotland, 2006 (1:72 Scale)
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During the late 1960's a number of European countries examined ways to replace their existing fleet of combat aircraft using next-generation design techniques. Several countries looked at variable geometry wing configurations as a means of making a plane perform well throughout a wider flight envelope.
RAF Panavia Tornado F3 Fighter Bomber - ZE763/HD, 111 Squadron, Leuchars, Scotland, 2010
RAF Panavia Tornado F3 Fighter Bomber - ZE763/HD, 111 Squadron, Leuchars, Scotland, 2010 (1:72 Scale)
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During the late 1960's a number of European countries examined ways to replace their existing fleet of combat aircraft using next-generation design techniques. Several countries looked at variable geometry wing configurations as a means of making a plane perform well throughout a wider flight envelope.
RAF Panavia Tornado GR4 Fighter Bomber - ZA412, No. 617 Squadron, Dambusters 70th Anniversary
RAF Panavia Tornado GR4 Fighter Bomber - ZA412, No. 617 Squadron, 'Dambusters 70th Anniversary' (1:72 Scale)
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During the late 1960's a number of European countries examined ways to replace their existing fleet of combat aircraft using next-generation design techniques. Several countries looked at variable geometry wing configurations as a means of making a plane perform well throughout a wider flight envelope.
   
 
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