With almost a thousand in production, the Tornado is one of the most popular and versatile aircrafts in any air force. Established by the tri-nation ingenuity of the Panavia Aircraft Company (Britain, Italy, and West Germany), the Tornado is primarily used for low-altitude strike missions, but also has in-air attack capabilities. It was officially introduced in 1979.
As a celebration of the No. 15(R) Squadron's century anniversary, this limited edition, 1/72 scale, die cast model — a Corgi replica of a Tornado GR4 — has tail art painted colorfully with the unit's emblem. It features engraved panel lines, a glazed opening canopy, a pilot figure, a well-equipped cockpit, wing-mounted drop tanks and missiles, detailed engine exhaust ports, authentic markings, optional-position landing gear, and a display stand. Measures approximately 9¼" long with a 7¾" wingspan.