A 360 angle “globe” image of a Tornado GR4 aircraft

Here’s a Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 as you have never seen it before.

This is a No II (AC) Sqn Tornado GR4 based at RAF Marham, through a fisheye lens for an interesting 360 angle ‘globe’ image.

No. 2 Squadron’s role is Army Co-Operation as reflected in the “AC” of its title.

Tornado GR4 from RAF Marham have been conducting reconnaissance missions out RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, supporting UK airdrops in Iraq.

Image credit: Crown Copyright/SAC Lee Matthews

 

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