This, the author’s second book in his mini-series of photographic essays that pay homage to three singular RAF warplanes, focuses on the impressive Tornado Multi-Role Combat Aircraft, it includes photographs by the author and a select number of other amateur photographers, with the vast majority of photographs – never previously published – taken low level around the hills and mountains of England, Scotland and Wales. This impressive new photographic publication is presented in full colour and is sure to be prized amongst fans of the genre.
PANAVIA TORNADO A Photographic Tribute
Through a collection of dramatic and informative photographs, supplemented by cutaway illustrations, this book highlights the agility and flexibility of this dedicated RAF aircraft. Throughout the course of its career, it has formed the backbone of the RAF across its many different theatres of operation. Utilised in a strike, antiaircraft, air superiority, air defence, reconnaissance, electronic warfare and fighter-bomber capacity, this aircraft type has enjoyed an immensely varied career. Each aspect is illustrated in this photographic celebration.