Tornado GR1 Livery Pack

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This Livery Pack provides 12 superb high-definition liveries for the DOWNLOAD edition of the Just Flight Tornado GR1, covering the British, Italian and German air forces.

  • Royal Air Force – 1998 Display scheme, 14 Squadron, ZA393
  • Royal Air Force – TTTE 1995 Display colours, ZA560
  • Royal Air Force – 9 Squadron, ZG769
  • Royal Air Force – 17(F) Squadron, ZD850
  • German Air Force - JaboG 38, 20 Years of Tornado operations 44+08
  • German Air Force – Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader  51,  Latest colours 43+96
  • German Air Force – JaboG 31, 'B' Blue Lightning scheme, 44+31
  • German Navy – Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader  51,  Latest colours 45+35
  • Italian Air Force – 25 years of the Tornado in AMI service, MM7006
  • Italian Air Force – TTTE, 1985, MM55001
  • Italian Air Force – IDS, 311 Gruppo, CMX7420
  • Italian Air Force – 156 Gruppo, 6 Stormo, Paris Demo scheme, MM7063

Royal Air Force, 9 Sqn, ZG769

CN 889/BT055/3437. Built in 1991, registered as ZG769 and delivered to the RAF as a GR1T. Operated by most of the RAF GR1 squadrons as a training aircraft due to its twin stick configuration. Converted to GR4 standard.  On 31/7/12 sent to RAF Leeming as part of the 'Return to Product' program. Finally scrapped in January 2013. This livery depicts the aircraft in 9 Squadron in 1993.


Royal Air Force, 1998 Display scheme, 14 Sqn, ZA393

CN 188/BS060/3092. Built in 1982. Registered as ZA393 and delivered to the Strike Attack Operation Evaluation Unit (SAEOU), RAF as a GR1 on 11/11/1982. Operated by various RAF GR1 squadrons until updated to GR4 standard. This livery depicts a 14 Sqn, RAF Bruggen, in its 1998 display colours. Still in active service with 15 Sqn at RAF Lossiemouth.
 

Royal Air Force, 17(F) Sqn, ZD850

C/N 447/BS148/3204.  Built as a GR1 in 1985 and delivered to its first RAF Squadron on 21/6/1985. Registered as ZD850. Operated by most RAF Tornado squadrons during its career. Converted to GR4 standard. Allocated to RTP at RAF Leeming  on 25/11/2012 for stripdown to parts as part of the MOD 'Return To Product' program with BAe. This livery depicts the aircraft when operated by 17(F) Sqn at RAF Bruggen.


Italian Air Force,IDS, 311 Gruppo, CMX7420

C/N 350/IS039/5049. This livery depicts a Tornado IDS from 311 Gruppo RSV in the first livery scheme applied to the AMI Tornado.


GAF, Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader  51,  Latest colours 43+96

CN 248/GS064/4096. This livery depicts an AG51 IDS of the German Air Force. Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 51 "Immelmann" (Tactical Air Force Wing 51 'Immelmann'), formerly known as Aufklärungsgeschwader 51 (Reconnaissance Wing), a tactical reconnaissance wing of the German Air Force. The Wing is named after WWI German flying ace Max Immelmann. The wing operates 25 Panavia Tornado aircraft in the tactical reconnaissance role and has two reconnaissance ground stations that can be deployed on overseas operations. The Tornado aircraft are equipped with reconnaissance sensors which are carried in a pod mounted under the fuselage. Depending on the variant used, the reconnaissance pod with optical and infrared sensors, can reconnoitre targets both day and night. In 2007, to support NATO coalition operations across Afghanistan, Aufklärungsgeschwader 51 'Immelmann' deployed Tornados to Mazar-i-Sharif, Northern Afghanistan. On 1 October 2013, the unit was renamed in the course of adaptations to the new structure of the German Air Force.  This livery depicts the aircraft in the Tiger Meet 2003 livery.


Italian Air Force, 25 years of the Tornado in AMI service, MM7006

C/N 102/IS005/5008. This livery depicts a Tornado IDS from 154 Gruppo, 6 Stormo in a 25th anniversary of the Tornado in AMI service livery. The aircraft belongs to 154 Gruppo, 6 Stormo based at Ghedi. Built in 1982 and delivered to the Italian Air Force as an IDS variant. Still in active service.


Italian Air Force, 156 Gruppo, 6 Stormo, Paris Demo scheme, MM7063

C/N - 498/IS062/5073. This livery depicts a 156 Gruppo, 6 Stormo aircraft in a scheme worn during 1985 when it carried out demonstration flights in Paris.


Italian Air Force, TTTE, 1985, MM55001

C/N - 056/IST002/5002. This livery depicts the scheme worn when the aircraft was based at RAF Cottesmore as part of the Tri-national Tornado Training Establishment in the 1980s.  TTTE was established as a central training facility for all Tornado operators for both air and ground crews. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair when it crashed on the 6th June 2007 near Alberlungo in Italy.  Both crew ejected safely.  The memorandum of understanding establishing the unit was signed in 1979 by the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy and the unit came into existence on 29 January 1981 with Sir Michael Beetham in attendance. The first RAF Tornados arrived at the base on 1 July 1980. Luftwaffe Tornados arrived on 2 September 1980 and Italian Tornados arrived much later, on 5 April 1982. Allocation of aircraft was Germany: 23, UK: 19, and Italy: 6. Flying training began on 5 January 1981. It was manned by personnel of all three participating nations, trained 300 crews a year at its height and consisted of three squadrons of Tornados. TTTE was a unit of approximately 1,600 military and 130 civilian employees. The Royal Air Force provided technicians and logistics personnel, and the staff and the three training squadrons were manned by the three nations. The post of Wing Commander varied between the three nations. Staff and students of the three squadrons (Tornado Operational Conversion Unit – TOCU) were tri-nationally mixed. A-Squadron was headed by a German, B-Squadron by a British and C-Squadron by an Italian squadron.


GAF, JaboG 31, 'B' Blue Lightning scheme, 44+31

C/N  332/GS092/4131. This livery depicts a Tornado IDS from JaboG31 wearing the very distinctive 'Blue Lightning' scheme as worn in 2004. The livery was worn to celebrate the FBW 21’s 45th anniversary and also 20 years of Tornado operations. The wing was raised during 1957 on Büchel Air Base as Nörvenich Air Base had not been readied yet. On 1 October 1957 the 1st Squadron was officially activated making it the oldest squadron still in service with the German Air Force. During January 1958 the wing began its move to Nörvenich and on 20 June 1958 the wing was officially activated there. On 19 January 1959 Jagdbombergeschwader 31 became the first German Air Force wing to be assigned to NATO. On 20 April 1961 the wing was given the name 'Boelcke', in honour of the WWI Luftstreitkräfte fighter pilot Oswald Boelcke. Initially equipped with Republic F-84F Thunderstreak fighters, the wing received Lockheed F-104 Starfighters starting in 1961 and became the first operational air force Starfighter wing on 20 June 1962. With the introduction of the Panavia Tornado IDS in 1979, Jagdbombergeschwader 31 was the first unit to switch to the new plane. When the air force began fielding its newest combat plane, the Eurofighter, Typhoon JaBoG 31 again became the first unit to transition to the new plane. The first four Eurofighters arrived at Nörvenich on 16 December 2009 and with the departure of the last Tornados on 25 June 2010 JaBoG 31 became the Luftwaffe’s first operational Eurofighter wing.


GAF, Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader  51,  Latest colours 45+35

C/N  589/GS183/4235.  This livery depicts an AG51 IDS of the German Air Force. Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 51 'Immelmann' (Tactical Air Force Wing 51 'Immelmann'), formerly known as Aufklärungsgeschwader 51 (Reconnaissance Wing), a tactical reconnaissance wing of the German Air Force. The Wing is named after WWI German flying ace Max Immelmann. The wing operates 25 Panavia Tornado aircraft in the tactical reconnaissance role and has two reconnaissance ground stations that can be deployed on overseas operations. The Tornado aircraft are equipped with reconnaissance sensors which are carried in a pod mounted under the fuselage. Depending on the variant used, the reconnaissance pod with optical and infrared sensors, can reconnoiter targets both day and night. In 2007, to support NATO coalition operations across Afghanistan, Aufklärungsgeschwader 51 "Immelmann" deployed Tornados to Mazar-i-Sharif, Northern Afghanistan. On 1 October 2013, the unit was renamed in the course of adaptations to the new structure of the German Air Force.


GAF, JaboG 38, 20 Years of Tornado operations. 44+08

C/N 277/GS073/4108. This livery depicts a GAF IDS from JBG 38 'Friesland' Sqn, in a scheme celebrating 20 years of Tornado operations.  Now on permanent display at Aurich, home of the 4th Air Division. The unit, mainly tasked with training during its existence, was created as the Waffenschule 10 in Nörvenich on 1 April 1957. Shortly afterwards the unit moved to Oldenburg. The first type to enter service is the Canadiar CL-13A Mk5 Sabre. An additional squadron/staffel of WS10 was founded at Nörvenich in 1960. This squadron was to receive 20 F-104F trainers to start educating hundreds of Luftwaffe pilots on this new type. From February 1964 both parts of the unit, at Oldenburg and Nörvenich, were collocated on a new home base, Jever. While the end of the service life for the F-104G was getting nearer its successor, the Tornado was entering service. The unit was therefore going to train new pilots on this type as well. From 1983 the first Tornado IDS aircraft were being delivered to Jever and the unit was renamed Jagdbombergeschwader 38 with only one squadron on 1 July 1983. The unit markings were changed from displaying three F-104s to displaying the three types the unit had operated so far - the Sabre, Starfighter and Tornado. The number in the badge was also changed from 10 to 38 (which seems very logical). From 26 April 1988 the unit was officially nicknamed 'Friesland'. On 1 April 1989 a second squadron was established that was equipped with the Tornado ECR. The Tornado ECRs were exchanged for Tornado IDS aircraft from JBG32 during 1994. The last ECR left on 1 July 1994. Both squadrons of the wing therefore flew the same variant for a couple of years. Due to the introduction of the German Air Force Flying Training Center at Holloman AFB (NM), USA the Geschwader lost one Staffel during 1999. A couple of years later another round of budget cuts was announced and JBG38 is on the list of units to disappear. The final sorties were flown in May 2005 and the unit was disbanded on 31 August 2005. The home base, Jever, was not closed because of maintenance work still being carried out on the base.


Royal Air Force, TTTE 1995 Display colors, ZA560

CN 082/BS024/3044. Built in 1981 as one of the first batch of GR1s. Registered as ZA560 and delivered to the Tri-National Tornado Training Establishment (TTTE) on 06/11/1981. Lacking the ability to carry external stores, the aircraft was perfect as a training aircraft. Eventually upgraded to GR4 standard. This livery depicts the aircraft when operated by 'A' Squadron, TTTE at RAF Cottesmore, wearing the 1995 display colours.

System Requirements:


  • Just Flight Tornado GR1 (DOWNLOAD edition)
  • Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold or SP2 required), FSX: Steam Edition or Prepar3D v1/v2/v3/v4
  • 2.0GHz or any Dual Core
  • 2.0GB RAM
  • 512MB graphics card
  • Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Tornado GR1 Livery Pack This Livery Pack provides 12 new High Definition liveries for the Download edition of the Just Flight Tornado GR1, featuring RAF, German Air Force and Italian Air Force paint schemes.

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