The BAC TSR-2 was an ill-fated Cold War strike aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) for the Royal Air Force in the early 1960s.
The TSR-2 was designed to penetrate a well-defended forward battle area at low altitudes and very high speeds, and then attack high-value targets in the rear with close-in bomb runs and precision drops. The aircraft included a number of advanced features that made it the highest performer in this role, yet the programme was controversially cancelled in favour of the General Dynamics F-111, a procurement that itself was later cancelled.
Elliotts was involved in the design of the Flight Control system and the Head Up Display.
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Years Manufactured: 1964 - 1965
Platform Type: Fixed Wing, Combat
Initial Maker: British Aircraft Corporation (BAC)
Final Maker: British Aircraft Corporation (BAC)