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Posted on Wednesday 21st December
He was unable to fly to the main British base, Camp Bastion, due to a dust storm but was diverted to the Nato base in Kandahar where he met British Tornado pilots from RAF 12(B) Squadron.
Mr Cameron was shown around a Tornado jet and met with United States General James Huggins, the Head of ISAF Regional Command (South), to discuss military progress in Afghanistan. He later joined soldiers and air personnel in the Services' canteen.
The government is creating a cabinet committee with responsibility for the armed forces as part of a new cross-government effort to improve the welfare of British troops. Mr Cameron will chair the committees first meeting in the new year.
Profiles of Flight: Panavia Tornado(Hardback - 88 pages)
by David Windle
The Tornado has been the backbone of the RAF within its many different theatres of operation. The aircraft started as a European venture between Germany, Italy and the UK, based on the original swing-wing technology invented by Barnes-Wallis. It has also been successfully exported to several Middle-Eastern air forces. It is likely to remain in service for several years to come.
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