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Where? Lechfeld Airbase, Bavaria
When? 16/09/2009

On Wednesday, 16/09, Panavia , the managing organisation for the Tornado celebrated the 40th anniversary of the signing og MoU 2 (Memorandum of Understanding) with a small event at the Lagerlechfeld airbase.
Besides several speeches a small programm was flown by Tornados, involving aircraft fromall three partner nations Germany, Great Britain and Italy.
Furthermore a total of six aircraft received special decorated fins to celebrate the anniversary:

the special painted tails from Germany, Great Britain and Italy

some aircraft on the ground

take-off for the flight display

Formation Fly-Bys

... followed by several touch & goes

taxiing back after the Display

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