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The Panavia Tornado is a multirole, twin-engined aircraft designed to excel at low-level penetration of enemy defences. The mission envisaged during the Cold War was the delivery of conventional and nuclear ordnance on the invading forces of the Warsaw Pact countries of Eastern Europe; this dictated several significant features of the design. Variable wing geometry allowed for minimal drag during the low-level dash towards a well-prepared enemy. Advanced navigation and flight computers, including the then-innovative fly-by-wire system, greatly reduced the workload of the pilot during low-level flight and eased control of the aircraft.
The model flies really gently with the wings outspread, when tucked in it gives an insane roll rate, so choose your elevon expo and throws carefully.
The variable wing's aerodynamic effects offer much to enjoy. It's a nice plane to fly, and really gives that familiar shape in the air.
This RC model has variable geometry sweep wings, along with variable geometry drop tanks. It can be built as a pusher prop version, a single 64 or 70mm EDF.
Designed by Craig Clarkstone
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