Royal Air Force (RAF) commanders may be revisiting their strategy on the rapid removal from service of the Panavia Tornado GR4. Less than six months before the disbandment of a third squadron of the aircraft in the past year, officials have decided to postpone their plans so that Tornados and crews are available to fly missions to counter Islamic State forces in Iraq. Under the RAF’s original plans, 2 (Army Cooperation) Sqdn. would be transferring over to fly the Eurofighter Typhoon in ...


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