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    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    • Meet the 'Tornado' That Will Blow Daesh Clean Off The Map
    © REUTERS / Russell Cheyne
    A Royal Air Force's Tornado takes off from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland, December 2, 2015.

    On December 2, the UK Parliament voted in favor of joining the anti-Daesh bombing campaign in Syria, and the next day the Royal Air Force attacked terrorists in the war-torn country for the first time. On December 4 Berlin ruled to follow London's move and provide surveillance. Let's have a look at the Tornado multirole fighter — the spearhead of Britain's and Germany's military aviation.

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    Daesh, multirole jet fighters, photo, bombing, surveillance, Tornado, The Syrian war, Luftwaffe, RAF (UK), Germany, Syria, Britain
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