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Air International 1982-02
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??? - TTTE: Training on the Tornado
The Tornado P-14, sole pre-production example assembled in Italy, with AMI test establishment marking RS:01. The TTTE number I-40 was applied only for the visit by this aircraft for the official opening at Cottesmore on 29 January 1981; it is not part of the TTTE fleet.
Typical of the German-built Tornadoes at the TTTE Cottesmore is this dual-control example. The Luftwaffe serial number 4005 appears in small numerals beneath the national insignia on the fin, and the "last two" appear on the front fuselage together with the "43" indicating Tornado as a type.
Tornado GR Mk 1 ZA322 serving at the TTTE Cottesmore as B-50. a number indicating that this is a fully operational aircraft; tail numbers from 1 to 49 apply to aircraft with dual controls. ZA322 is the fourth production Tornado off the British assembly line and the second in operational configuration.
A dozen of the TTTE Tornadoes on the hard-standing at RAF Cottesmore, which will have a total strength of 48 aircraft by the end of this year.
B-01, the number one aircraft in the TTTE training fleet and one of two Tornadoes delivered to Cottesmore on 1 July 1980, at the moment of touchdown.
A Luftwaffe Tornado running up for take-off at Cottesmore. First numbers are TTTE identity markings, with numbers below 50 indicating dual control variants and 50 and up used on the fully-equipped IDS versions.
A pair of British-built Tornado GR Mk ITs formate with a German-built example at the TTTE; all three are dual control variants, although full operational capability is retained.
A dozen of the TTTE Tornadoes on the hard-standing at RAF Cottesmore, which will have a total strength of 48 aircraft by the end of this year.