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Tornado Gr4 "Fully Swept" - Summer 2013

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A Tornado Gr4 with its wings swept back to 67 degrees

IV Squadron - Hawk T2 - Mach Loop, Wales

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Bae Hawk T2 Trainer jet belonging to IV Squadron, RAF Valley.

"Throughout the night we fly" - IX Squadron Motto

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Aircraft and Squadron:
IX(B) Squadron Tornado Gr4 bomber thunders past whilst on a low level flying sortie in Wales.

Badge:
A bat - approved by King Edward VIII in November 1936 as an authorised version of a badge highlighting the Squadron's night-bombing duties.

Motto:
Per noctum volamus - Throughout the night we fly

Low Level in the Scottish Borders

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Eurofighter Typhoon - Low Level in the Scottish Borders over St Marys Loch

"Backlit" - Tornado Gr4 Pulling Vapour

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The first of a two-ship flight of Tornado Gr4 jets pulls vapour as it banks and turns towards Dolgellau, Wales

"Hunter Killer" - Apache Gunship, Lake District

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An Apache gunship skims over Thirlmere in the Lake District. Feb 8th 2012

"Winter Light" - No.12 Squadron Tornado Gr4

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A No.12 Squadron Tornado Gr4 thunders through Lune Gorge on a bright winters day. Mission markings from operation Ellamy, Libya can be seen below the canopy near the nose of the jet. Taken from the mast at the M6 pass, Tebay.