On the 4th July 2013, a Panavia Tornado GR4 diverted into Bagram airfield with a reheat failure and engine surge. A team of engineers from the 31 Squadron RAF, who were deployed at Kandahar, went to recover the aircraft. Working through the night to get the engine checked, diagnosed and fixed, they finally got the engine to ‘light’ just as the magnificent Bagram Dawn was breaking. The aircraft returned to Kandahar just over 24 hours after landing at the diversion airfield. Note the unusual gradient to the ground, giving the jet a nose down slant and causing engine heat to almost clear the blast wall. It is not clear why this particular area of the base was designed like this.
Title: LIGHTING UP THE DAWN
Print method: Giclée
Number of prints in the edition: 100
Paper size: 18.5" x 14.25""
Image size: 16.5" x 11.75"
Paper size: 25.375" x 19.5"
Image size: 23.375" x 16.5"
Individually artist signed: Yes
Certificate of authenticity: Yes
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