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Collector Set (former) FBW 32 (6 Prints)
Product description: A set of 8 high value artwork poster in our Tigerlook Design in the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'') with aircraft scheme and textual inscriptions.In this collector set you find 6 representative jets of the former Fighterbomberwing 32 from Lechfeld, with different stadanrd paintings and one special painting.Combined in a set you save compared to the single purchase: (single purchase 6 x 13,95€ = 83,70 , in the set only 65,95 €). The depicted jets are:ECR 46+53, Norm 95, with HarmECR 46+36, Norm 83B, with HarmECR 46+33, Sonderbemalung EG-1 (Piacenza), with HarmECR 46+36, Einsatzgeschwader 1 (EG-1), Norm 95, with HarmECR 46+53, dirty, mit HarmECR 46+47, Sonderbemalung "40 Jahre JaboG 32"

€65.95*
Collector Set Combat Wing 1 Piacenza (4 Poster)
Product description: A set of 4 high value artwork poster at the size of DIN A3 with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions.Each of those prints shows a different TORNADO jet of the former german Combat Wing (CW) 1 which was established in the middle of the 90s in Piacenza, Italy. Its task was to support the UN in the uprising Balkans conflict. The aircraft came from FBW 32 in Lechfeld, and reconnaissance wing 51 in Schleswig. Those aircraft actually flew the first german Luftwaffe combat missions after WW II and wrote history with that.All of those prints in this set are 1:1 identical to the single sold print. Your price advantage is roundabout EUR 12,-. You get one print for free with this set. Collector sets are not available in A2 or A1. For those you have to order the single prints with the appropriate size.The presented aircraft are: Combat Wing 1 TORNADO ECR, Norm 95 camouflage scheme, full combat load with HARM Combat Wing 1 TORNADO ECR, interrims camouflage scheme 1995, full combat load with HARM Combat Wing 1 TORNADO RECCE, Norm 95 camouflage scheme, full combat load with RECCE POD Combat Wing 1 TORNADO ECR + RECCE formation, Norm 95 camouflage scheme

€39.95*
FBW 32 last three jets with a special painting
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story Originally it was a good habbit of german flying wings - and only on wing level - to give a special painting to one of its birds for a special event like an anniversary. TORNADO ECR 46+53 "LAST CALL" was the last jet to receive this special painting and stood for the end of FBW 32. When the 1st Squadron of FBW 32 gave itself a new crest with a tigerhead after the conversion from TORNADO IDS to ECR it also joined the NATO Tiger Association and was given the right to paint a jet in the colors of a tiger every year for the yearly NATO Tiger Meet. Because the 2nd Squadron from FBW 32 - the 322 Flyingmonsters - was afraid to loose in importance because of that, they were also given permission to paint a Monsterjet every year. TORNADO ECR 46+29 was the last one. In 2011 both squadrons painted their last jet before the disbandment of wing and squadrons in 2013. They were TORNADO ECR 46+33 as the last Tigerjet of the 321 Tigers and TORNADO ECR 46+29 as the last Monsterjet of the 322 Flying Monsters. In Action:

€13.95*
FBW 32 Torn. ECR 46+45 "LAST CALL" special paint
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story In 2011 it was decided by the german Ministery of Defense that in the frame of a large scale restructuring of the german armed forces FBW 32 ECR from Lechfeld had to be disbanded March 31 2013. As usual for those events also FBW 32 was allowed to bring up a "LAST CALL" special paint on one of their remaining jets. As already with the last tigerjet of the 321 Tigers from the Lechfeld, the task for the design was given to Tom Marschik. The outcome was a wonderful "LAST CALL" scheme on ECR 46+45.

€13.95*
FBW 32 Torn. IDS 44+50 special paint "30 years FBW 32"
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story For the 30 years in service anniversary celebrations 1988, Fighterbomberwing 32 colours for the first time a Tornado jet with a special scheme. 5 years ago for the 25 years anniversary it still had been a F-104 "Starfighter" but during the time inbetween the wing had converted to a new aircraft. For the celebrations a big "Open Door Day" and Air Tattoo was planned. Sadly, a few weeks before that, the Ramstein desaster happens, dozens of pepple were killed or seriously injured when a jet of the italian "Frecce Tricolori" team falls after a midair collision in the middle of the spectators. Because of this, all celebrations are cancelled. The "bird" Tornado IDS 44+50 though is already painted and reminds for quite some time the people of these happenings. Still 1990 it can be seen flying around with now written on its tanks: "32 years Fighterbomberwing 32".

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+33 Interrim Camouflage CW-1 (Combat Wing 1)
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story Shortly after the start of the operations in August 1995 at the german Combat Wing 1 (CW-1) which was established in Piacenza, Italy, to support the the UN missions in former Yugoslavia, the flying crews critisized the wrong camouflage schemes of their Tornados (Norm 83B/C), which was optimized for low level missions in central Europe. Because of the expected mission profiles in medium to high altitudes, and to avoid the danger of early recognition by ground and air forces, they requested to re-paint the aircraft with an appropriate grey camouflage scheme. The problem for the paint specialists was, that there was neither an official given norm for the Tornado, nor an adequate grey color available. Nevertheless was the urgent need of the new color accepted and the operational jets painted with the next available grey color. What came out in this fast reaction, and what funny details there were, can be seen on our print. Nevertheless: flexibility is the key to success!

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+36 Norm 83B full combat load
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story Tornado ECR 46+36 of FBW 32 from Lechfeld, Bavaria, with the standard camouflage painting 'Norm 83B'. This norm is optimized for low and lowest level flights in the middle european theatre. Meanwhile all ECR Tornado are repainted into the newer Norm 95 which is composed out of several grey colors and which was developed during the missions at Combat Wing 1 in Piacenca (see extra category CW-1 in this shop for more information). This jet is equipped with the standard combat configuration, made up of 2 HARM air-to-ground missiles to fight radar equipment, two external tanks for a higher range, two air-to-air missiles AIM-9Li 'Sidewinder', the EW POD C-III and - not visible because on the right wing outside - the chaff and flare dispenser BOZ-101.

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+36 Norm 95 Combat Wing 1 version
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story Tornado ECR 46+36 from FBW 32 in Lechfeld, coloured in Norm 95 standard camouflage. This norm is optimized for operational missions in medium and high altitudes and was established during the first missions at the Combat Wing 1 (CW-1) in Piacenza, Italy. While all Tornado were coloured until 1995 in the for the middle european theatre optimized green and black color scheme, this changed quickly after the missions over the former Yugoslavia. In a szenario without high reaching anti air weapons an airplane with a grey camouflage flying in medium or high altitudes is much better protected with a grey coloring against visual recognition from the air or the ground.This jet is equipped with the standard combat configuration, made up of 2 HARM air-to-ground missiles to fight radar equipment, two external tanks for a higher range, two air-to-air missiles AIM-9Li 'Sidewinder', the EW POD C-III and - not visible because on the right wing outside - the chaff and flare dispenser BOZ-101.

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+47 special paint "40 years FBW 32"
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story For the 40 years anniversary celebrations 1998 Fighterbomberwing 32 colours after 10 years for the first time again a jet with a special scheme. 10 years before that, the celebrations for the 30 year anniversary together with a big air tattoo, were canceled because of the Ramstein desaster. But sure as hell, also 1988 a desaster happened. A few days before the planned air tattoo a fast train ICE crashed in a terrible accident and because of the services for the 101 dead, held on the same day as the air tattoo was planned, it was again cancelled by higher headquarter. But not only in regards to the celebrations the wing was unfortunate: the tornado 46+47 crashed 2007 in a sad and spectacular accident in Switzerland when it flew into a high mountain. The pilot was killed and the WSO survived with minor injuries hanging with his parachute in a spectacular way many hundred meter high on a rock.

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+53 Norm 95 'clean tail'
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story This print shows the FBW 32 ECR Jet 46+53 from Lechfeld not only with its typical operational load, which is a captive (exercise missile without propulsion) HARM, captive AIM-9L, external tank and the jamming POD C-III, but also with the shining clean look which it gets after one of the rare washes or after a depot maintennance where the jet gets rid of all color down to the shining aluminum and in the end a complete new paint. But already after a short while in daily operations the bird gets again its typical dirty look with a black coating. How this happens can be read in the other version of this print: "FBW 32 ECR 46+53 dirty".

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado ECR 46+53 Norm 95 'dirty'
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story This print shows the FBW 32 ECR Jet 46+53 from Lechfeld not only with its typical operational load, which is a captive (exercise missile without propulsion) HARM, captive AIM-9L "SIDEWINDER", external tank and the jamming POD CERBERUS C-III, but also with the black dirty look, which it gets a short while after the last wash or a depot maintennance where the jet gets rid of all color down to the shining aluminum and in the end a complete new paint. This dark coat is typical for an operational Tornado, and is made up of unburned carbon and caused by the trust reverse system. When landing, after touchdown of the main landing gear, the pilot may support the braking action of the main brakes by use of the trust reverse (T/R) by rocking (tilting) the throttles to the outside. The thrust reverser buckets move out and direkt the thrust to the forward. Down to a rolling speed of 100 kts (NM/h)(180 km/h) the pilot may do this with full thrust - without REHEAT or afterburner of course - and has to throttle back to IDLE at and below 100 kts so that the hot gasses could not be sucked in again. Many of the little particles of unburned carbon which are in the hot gasses settle down on the fuselage, especially in the fin area and give the jet its dirty look. (Only an example for the "dirty jet", but with a very rare configuration consisting of two underfuselage tanks and two HARMS on the inside wing stations)

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornado IDS 44+55 Norm 83B
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story Fighter Bomber Wing 32 was set to service in 1958 at Lechfeld airbase and assigned to NATO in 1959. The first aircraft to be flown on the Lechfeld after WW II was  the F-84F THUNDERSTREAK. It's era ended 1966 after 80.000 flying hours. The Lechfeld itself has a very long and interesting story. Established as a training range for the royal bavarian army artillary, it hosted later on one of the first bavarian airfields and during the nazi regime the famous Me-262. Tthe first jet fighter aircraft - basis for all (US) jets - was build and tested at the lechfeld. From 1965 until 1984 the legendary F-104 STARFIGHTER flew 200.000 hours on the Lechfeld before the Fighter Bomber Wing 32 started its conversion to the MRCA (Multi Role Combat Aircraft) PA-200 TORNADO in the IDS (Interdictor Strike) version. In 1991 a new version of the TORNADO was introduced to the Luftwaffe: the ECR (Electronic Combat and Reconaissance).

€13.95*
FBW 32 TORNADO IDS 45+56 special paint „40 years Panavia“
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story With the weapon system "Panavia PA-200 TORNADO", also known as MRCA (Multi Role Combat Aircraft) TORNADO, the Luftwaffe operates (and so did the German Navy) a fighter aircraft in different versions, which allows - due to its firepower, range and survivability - very effective missions against enemy targets. Three european nations, Germany, Great Britain and Italy, which operate this aircraft in their respective forces, initiated and conducted the development of this airplane. Additionally also Saudi Arabia operates the TORNADO. With nearly 1000 build airplanes is the TORNADO up to today (2011) the most successful multinational military program in Europe. To organize and manage the TORNADO project out of one single hand, the three industrial partners MBB (Germany), BAC (GB) and AIT (Italy) founded March 26 1969 the TORNADO management company "Panavia" following the german legal form "GmbH - Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung" which corresponds to the legal form "Limited". From now on Panavia was industrial leader and coordinator for developement, production and the later support of the TORNADO. Its home is in Munich, Germany, close to the old airport "Riem". The three-national consortium which is producing the TORNADO nowadays consists of the italian "Alenia Aeronautica Spa" (15%), the "british BAE SYSTEMS plc" (42,5%) and the german part of EADS (42,5%). These companies serve as partner and shareholder companies and as main- and sub-contractor. In the name of Panavia they bear responsibility in their respective countries for developement, production and the aquisition of components and equipment. TORNADO IDS 45+46 shows the basic camouflage the german navy. With the special painting on its fin the Panavia documents the remarkable and since 40 year without problems working management job of Panavia on its own product so to speak.

€13.95*
FBW 32 Tornaso ECR 46+45 "LAST CALL" special print with 30, 40 and 50 years anniversary jets
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story In 2011 it was decided by the german Ministery of Defense that in the frame of a large scale restructuring of the german armed forces FBW 32 ECR from Lechfeld had to be disbanded March 31 2013. As usual for those events FBW 32 was allowed to bring up a "LAST CALL" special paint on one of their remaining jets. As already with the last tigerjet of the 321 Tigers from the Lechfeld, the task for the design was given to Tom Marschik. The outcome was a wonderful "LAST CALL" scheme on ECR 46+45. This jet has 1996 already been a Tigerjet for the 321 Lechfeld Tigers. This print also shows the three last special painted anniversary jets of FBW 32 painted for 30, 40 and 50 years.

€13.95*
Tornado ECR 46+23 special paint "50 years FBW 32"
printsize: DIN A3
High value 250 g/m2 silky luster paper poster at the size of DIN A3 (420x297 mm, 16 1/2 x 11 3/4'', DIN A2 and DIN A1 optional) with aircraft scheme and textual descriptions. Background story For the "50 years in service" anniversary celebrations 2008, Fighterbomberwing 32 colours after 10 years again a jet with a special scheme. 20 years before that, the celebrations for the 30 year anniversary together with a big air tattoo were canceled because of the Ramstein desaster. Also during the 40 years celebrations 1998 a desaster happened. A few days before the planned air tattoo a fast train crashed in a terrible accident and because of the services for the 101 dead, held on the same day as the air tattoo was planned, it was again cancelled by higher headquarter. July 2008 while leaving the Cologne main station the axle of a fast train broke and the train derailed. Nobody was hurt. This remarkably colorful design came out of the feather of the painter and designer Daniela Weitz, who is working under the pseudonym "Delahé"

€13.95*
With Pilotennames on the cockpit rail (price additional to the print)
What is more or less standard on US Airforce jets - the names of the crew on the cockpit rail - can be found on german jets only now and then, namely on birds with special paintings for special events. That there are names under the canopy does not mean that this bird is only flown by this crew or pilot, but it is a great honour for the pilots to find his name on a jet of his wing. For little more money you can have your name(s) being printed on this special place e.g. as a special gift for a special friend or just as a gag for you. Just order this extra feature as an extra article and specify in the info-box of the ordering process which name(s) you like to have at what place beneath the cockpits. One last thin: the larger the print is, the better and more impressive the writings can be seen (see also our big size prints in A2 and A1). Please specify in the input box above what names and ranks you want to display!

€19.96*