Tornado Strike by Philip West


Tornado Strike by Philip West features a low flying RAF Tornado GR4.

Built more than 40 years ago to fight a nuclear war, the RAF's primary ground attack platform the Tornado has finally retired from service.

The Tornado GR4 was capable of supersonic speeds and flight at low-level, making it one of the most potent attack aircraft in the world. New systems and weapon's upgrades kept the Tornado a versatile and effective interdiction strike, ground attack and reconnaissance platform for many years.

Each print in Philip West’s Limited Edition, Tornado Strike is signed by three Tornado pilots and three navigators:
Wing Commander Alistair J. Byford MA RAF (Officer Commanding 31 Squadron)
Sqn. Ldr. Andrew Arnold, Navigator, RAF, 31 Squadron Executive Officer
Flt. Lt. Helen Dawson, Navigator. RAF
Flt. Lt. Tom Boyle, Pilot. RAF
Major Matteo Omura, Navigator, Italian Air Force
Flt. Lt. Neil Pappini, Pilot, RAF.

Artist:

Philip West


From:

SWA Fine Art


Edition:

350



Size:

28 x 18 inches overall including borders.



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