Raf Tornado gr4 Specifications
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- The Lovers
- They come two in one One melting of two lights Dark to light to one Moon to Sun, Mother-to-Father They come full force as one They come fire to water World unspoken to a shouting force Tornado manifesting the unseen Face of wax melting to steel Iron fist...
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- Why is the UK still so reliant on the Tornado?
- The RAF Tornado mission in Iraq, which was supposed to be disbanded last March, will be extended until "at least" March 2017. Why has this veteran Cold War combat jet proved so enduring? The cockpit of a supersonic Tornado attack bomber is a much ...
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- In 1988 the aircraft was issued to Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough and was converted at RAF St Athan to F2A specification, an upgrade conceived to bring early F2 airframes to F3 standard but retaining the RB.199 103 engines.
- Isil 'aims to attack UK next', claims report as intelligence agencies 'fear
- A Tornado jet ahead of taking off from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland, as RAF Tornado jets carried out the first British bombing runs over Syria Photo: PA. Russia and .....
- What it's like to be a Tornado pilot attacking Isil
- Since September 2014, British pilots have been engaged in Operation Shader, the name given to the UK's aerial intervention in Isil-controlled territories in Iraq and – as of December 3 – Syria.
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- Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today defended his 'zany' hobby of taking pictures of manhole covers, insisting it 'doesn't hurt anybody'.
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