Panavia Tornado

Salvador Mafé Huertas

Panavia Tornado - a twin-engine fighter-bomber and a heavy, two-seater fighter plane with variable wing geometry produced in cooperation with Great Britain, Germany, and Italy.
Date Published :
March 2021
Publisher :
Kagero
Series :
In Combat
Illustration :
Drawing sheets, 8 color profiles, 200 archival photos, poster
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9788366673175
Pages : 68
Dimensions : 11.7 X 8.3 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$24.95

Overview
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Panavia Tornado - a twin-engine fighter-bomber and a heavy, two-seater fighter plane with variable wing geometry produced in cooperation with Great Britain, Germany, and Italy. There are three main versions of the Tornado aircraft: the Tornado IDS (Interdictor / Strike) attack version, the Tornado ADV (Air Defense Variant) interceptor version, and the Tornado ECR (Electronic Combat / Reconnaissance) electronic combat version.

REVIEWS
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"The pages are filled with full color images of Tornados with plenty of up close views that provide the modeler with great details and weathering effects that will provide valuable information when building any one of the Tornado kits currently available."

- IPMS/USA

"The book is filled with photographs, some of which are superb, and include a balance of RAF, German, and Italian planes. The colour graphic illustrations are excellent (an A4 print of the cover comes with the book), so that if you wanted to build a model, most of your bases will be covered by this book. I think old Tornado crews will enjoy this as will anyone wanting a guide to the plane."

- Wargames Illustrated

"Some of the pictures in the book are stunning examples of how some people can get a picture just right."

- Aeroscale

"...a great primer or starter book for someone with an interest in the “mud mover” non air defence variant of the Tornado."

- Aviation Enthusiast Book Club

"This publication will prove useful regardless of your preferred scale."

- DetailScaleView

"If you’re interested in the Tornado, Tonka of Fin, this is an excellent book to broaden your knowledge, and prime you for a potential deep-dive later into weightier tomes."

- Britmodeller.com

"Comprised of 68 pages, for the Tornado lovers out there, the included artwork and photographs, in their various forms, is really quite nice indeed, and all on good quality gloss stock."

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