For more than a quarter of a century, the Panavia Tornado was the most important military aircraft in Western Europe. This variable sweep-wing multi-role combat aircraft was jointly developed during the Cold War by the UK and West Germany. Research from the Concorde programme was incorporated into the development of its two Rolls-Royce RB199 engines that each produced 9,800 pounds of thrust dry and 17,300 pounds with the afterburner engaged. Its maximum speed was Mach 2.2, could operate at up to 50,000 feet and had a range of 850 miles. It first flew on August 14th 1974 and entered service with the Royal Air Force in 1979, seeing action in the Gulf War, Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq and Libya before being officially retired from service on 1 April 2019 - the 101st anniversary of the RAF. The Panavia Consortium produced 990 aircraft, making it one of the most successful postwar fighter-bomber programs in the world.
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