Size: 348 x 290 mm
Number of partss: 132
HUMBROL paints: 3, 11, 19, 24, 33, 53, 56, 61, 72, 85, 86, 127, 130, 147, 159, 163, 167, 171, 186, 195, 250
Tornado GR. Mk.1 RAF. Firends assault fighter for the United Kingdom (1980). Corporation in 1965, the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) has attempted to cooperate with the French Dassault in the development of heavy combat aircraft with variable geometry wings AFVG (Anglo-French Variable Geometry aircraft). After a few months, in 1967, the French side has withdrawn from the program. The work, however, continued, and at the same time looking for new partners to work together. Modified project MRA-75 (Multirole Aircraft 75), concern partners in Germany, Holland, Italy. The program was the next revision, after which he received the name of the MRCA (Multirole Combat Aircraft). In 1969, the company formed Panavia Aircraft GmbH. Shares (after the withdrawal) in the Company were as follows: BAC (42.5%), Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm (42.5%) and Fiat Aviazione (15%). Plans to build a version of monoplace (Panavia-100 for Germany and Italy) and seater (Panavia-200 for the UK and German naval aviation). When designing avionics systems found that the crew will need to double. The project was completed in the spring of MRCA 1970, it was the construction of nine prototypes (4 UK, 3 German, 2 Italian) and 6 machines przedseryjnych. The first flight of the prototype took place on 14 August 1974 in Manching, Germany. Construction of the first serial Tornadoes was completed in 1979, and since 1980 has commenced delivery. The first unit armed with the aircraft received combat readiness in 1982 total about 950 tornadoes descended from the production lines. Tornadoes were involved in the operation "Desert Storm" (1991) in Iraq, operations in Bosnia (1993-1996) and Kosovo (1999).