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A rainbow after a tornado

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Couldn't resist this one. FTE's new Tornado, out and about over Germany.

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Chunky, but good looking to my eyes. Got the same sort of feel as the F-15.
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Fine catch Andy !

Does that bird handles well ?

cheers 😉

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41 minutes ago, pmplayer said:

Fine catch Andy !

Does that bird handles well ?

cheers 😉

Cheers PMP!

You're probably asking the wrong person re handling. I got it off the ground ok, it moved around in the sky ok, but I ended up crashing out as I spotted the control dial in the cockpit to adjust the wings. Couldn't resist having a play (just to see what it looked like with the wings at different degrees of rake) and in the absence of any idea as to what I was doing it ended up spinning down to earth. I'm sure it would have been just fine if I'd read the manual, but that only ever comes about after I discover that I need to (like here!)

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