4 King Air 2. The mainplanes are straight, with no sweepTwin-engined low wing monoplane3. Mounted at the tip of the tail is a slightly-swept tailplaneMounted at the tip of the tail is a slightly-swept tailplane4. The fuselage cabin is square when viewed from the front1. The engines protrude well forward of the wing leading edge
7 Tornado GR45. To differentiate between the GR4 and F3 (fighter) look at the shape of the nose; the GR4 is much blunter and less streamlined(1); the F3's is longer and sleeker2. Short, fat fuselagewith a very large,swept fin and rudderThe easiest ways to differentiate between the GR4 and F3 (fighter) versions are the shape of the nose; the GR4 is much blunter and less streamlined(1); the F3's is longer and sleeke4. Two-seattandem cockpitA shortnose cone3. Shoulder-mounted 'swing wings'can move between 17° and 68° of sweep
11 VC 104. Refuelling hoses are mounted under the fuselage and in pods on the outer wings3. Large swept 'T' tailA long circular narrow-bodyfuselage with low swept wingsset well back towards the tail appearanceof having a very long forward fuselage.2. The pairs of podded enginesare mounted on the sides of the rear fuselage
13 Harrier GR74. T10 has a more pronounced 'hump' for the twin cockpit and is slightly longer than the GR7.3. Sharply downward-sloping wing andtailplane, and large air intakesUnusual undercarriagewith two Outrigger Wheelsat about two-thirds span2. The cockpit glazing is large andpronounced on all versions
16 Nimrod MR2 2. Cockpit built into the steeply raked nose and letter box window. In-flight refuelling probe above the cockpit4. Low-set wings slightly swept on the forward edge. The four turbofans are buried in the wings. Bullet-shaped wing fairings project from the leading edges towards the wingtipsLong 'doublebubble‘ fuselage3. The fuselage tailcone extends well beyond the finand rudder to house a magnetic anomaly detector (MAD) unit5. The Nimrod's fin, which has a large dorsal section extending well forward, is surmounted by an elliptical-shaped fairing..