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It was a day that many thought would never come. The Royal Air Force Tornado has been in the skies for decades and for anyone with even a passing interest in aviation, it was always instantly recognisable. 
Eventually, technology advances, wear and tear takes it’s toll and all military aircraft have to retire. So to be asked by The Daily Telegraph to document the final flight of the Tornado from behind the scenes was indeed a privilege for Charlotte. 
The final flight took place from RAF Marham and was probably the most widely photographed Tornado flight ever! However, Charlotte’s special access permission found her behind the scenes with the ground crew and the flight crew of Squadron Leader Stephen Beardmore and Squadron Leader Ian Dornan. 
Charlotte’s set of images are unique and show the final crew briefing, then donning their flight gear before heading out to the jet one final time. 
We hope you enjoy Charlotte’s pictures. Farewell Tornado, we will miss you. 
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Winner of the SME 2019 – Commercial Photographer of the Year 2019, Winner Highly Recommended O2 Awards 2018 Yorkshire & Humber, Shortlisted for the O2 Awards for Yorkshire & Humber in Photography, Shortlisted for Photographer of the Year representing the Daily Telegraph 2019, Shortlisted For “York Culture Awards 2018” “Outstanding Visual Artist”, Yorkshire & Humber Enterprise Winner Best Commercial Photographer 2018 
CAG Photography Ltd Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) - UAS 11553 - CAA 
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