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German Naval Wing 1 TORNADO IDS 43+71 Norm 76
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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story Depicted is TORNADO IDS 43+71 with the former German Navy standard camouflage Norm 76. The airplane belonged to the former, now disbanded Naval Wing 1 from Schleswig in the standard operational configuration for the operation SEAD (suppression of enemy air defense), which comprises two, (only one visible) Underwingtanks two (only one visible) air-to-ground missiles HARM two (only one visible) air-to-air missiles AIM-9L (SIDEWINDER) and the electronic jammer CERBERUS III on the lefthand outside underwing station. History of Naval Aviation Since the introduction of military aviation prior WW I the people in charge also recognized its meaning for the navy. During the times of the german emperor mainly airships and only a minor number of airplanes were in use. This changed rapidly towards an increased number of airplanes with the fast improving technics and technologies in those times. During WW II naval aviation was called "Luftwaffe See" and under the command of the airforce (Luftwaffe) which very often led to confusion and unnecassary losses. After the war in 1955 the German Federal Navy and the naval aviation was re-organized and put under the Navy command. Its task was and is the support of naval operations and tasks from the air. In the beginning until the 90s five wings conducted these tasks with helicopters, propeller aircraft and jet aircraft. Then, after the end of the Cold War Era, the two jet wings were shut down (MFG 1 in 1993 and MFG 2 in 2005). The german naval jet era ended with this. Its tasks were taken over by the Luftwaffe Recce Wing 51 "Immelmann" from Jagel/Schleswig.

€13.95*
German Naval Wing 1 TORNADO IDS 43+71 Norm 76
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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story History of Naval Aviation Since the introduction of military aviation prior WW I the people in charge also recognized its meaning for the navy. During the times of the german emperor mainly airships and only a minor number of airplanes were in use. This changed rapidly towards an increased number of airplanes with the fast improving technics and technologies in those times. During WW II naval aviation was called "Luftwaffe See" and under the command of the airforce (Luftwaffe) which very often led to confusion and unnecassary losses. After the war in 1955 the German Federal Navy and the naval aviation was re-organized and put under the Navy command. Its task was and is the support of naval operations and tasks from the air. In the beginning until the 90s five wings conducted these tasks with helicopters, propeller aircraft and jet aircraft. Then, after the end of the Cold War Era, the two jet wings were shut down (MFG 1 in 1993 and MFG 2 in 2005). The german naval jet era ended with this. Its tasks were taken over by the Luftwaffe Recce Wing 51 "Immelmann" from Jagel/Schleswig.

€13.95*
German Naval Wing 1 TORNADO IDS 43+83 non-standard camouflage with HARM
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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story Shown is TORNADO IDS 43+83 of former Naval Wing 1 (Marinefliegergeschwader 1), or MFG 1, in a non standard camouflage painting. It carries sthe electronic warfare jammer "Cerberus C-III" on its left outside wing station, a 1150 kg fuel tank on the inside wing station, a captive (not flyable) air-to-air missile AIM-9L(i) on its special pylon attached to the inside wing pylon and a captive HARM air-to-ground training missile which detects and destroys radar units. For the protection of other flying forces in support of maritime operations, the german Navy TORNADO IDS were equipped with HARM missiles long before the TORNADO ECR was introduced 1991.

€13.95*
German Naval Wing 2 TORNADO IDS 43+87 Norm 76 with KORMORAN
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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story Shown is TORNADO IDS jet 43+87 in Norm 76 of former Naval Wing 2 (Marinefliegergeschwader 2), or MFG 2. It carries the electronic warfare jammer "Cerberus C-III" on its outside wing station, a 1150 kg fuel tank on the inside wing station, a captive (not flyable) air-to-air missile AIM-9L(i) on its special pylon attached to the inside wing pylon and a captive KORMORAN anti-ship missile. The KORMORAN is a formerly french project from Aerospatiale which was taken over 1969 by the german MBB company which later became EADS, a multinational company. Basis was the request for a tactical off-distance fire-and-forget weapon against ships. Size, weight and aerodynamic behaviour during launch were completely adapted for the F-104 STARFIGHTER which was able to carry two of them. With introduction of the TORNADO the capacity was increased to 4 missiles. Norm 76 was the intial in service scheme for the german Marineflieger (Navy) Tornado. The upper surfaces are RAL 7012 "Basaltgrau" and the underside are a very pale grey RAL 7035 "Lichtgrau".

€13.95*
German Naval Wing 2 TORNADO IDS 45+71 Norm 87E with KORMORAN
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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story Shown is TORNADO IDS 45+71 of former Naval Wing 2 (Marinefliegergeschwader 2), or MFG 2, in norm 87D camouflage painting. It carries the electronic warfare jammer "Cerberus C-III" on its outside wing station, a 1150 kg fuel tank on the inside wing station, a captive (not flyable) air-to-air missile AIM-9L(i) on its special pylon attached to the inside wing pylon and a captive KORMORAN anti-ship missile. The KORMORAN is a formerly french project from Aerospatiale which was taken over 1969 by the german MBB company which later became EADS, a multinational company. Basis was the request for a tactical off-distance fire-and-forget weapon against ships. Size, weight and aerodynamic behaviour during launch were completely adapted for the F-104 STARFIGHTER which was able to carry two of them. With introduction of the TORNADO the capacity was increased to 4 missiles.

€13.95*
German Naval Wing 2 TORNADO IDS 46+20 Display Team 2002 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. All texts in german. All sizes larger than DIN A3 will be printed freshly. Therefore allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Background Story On 11th April 2002, following a wing internal design competition at Naval Wing 2 in Eggebek, the rollout of TORNADO IDS 46+20 with an eye-catching special painting took place. The winning designer was Bootsmann Bytomski.

€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*