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The RAF has been equipped with Panavia Tornado's for over 30yrs and its been a hugely significant and successful aircraft. The Tornado first flew in August 1974 and entered RAF service during 1979-80 as the GR1.

142 of the RAF GR1's entered a midlife upgrade program during the late 1990's to emerge as the Tornado GR4 version which should continue in service until 2025 as an all weather day/night attack and reconnaissance platform.

"In all weathers" features a GR4 of 15 Squadron transiting a south-westerly cold front which is, as we all know, by no means un-common in the UK.

A Certificate of Authenticity is supplied with all my paintings, in addition to being signed on the front there is always a written description, signature and date completed on the back.

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In all weathers (2014)


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