Exhibit: Tornado (1993)
Commodore Amiga: Emergency Procedures in Tornado (1993)
Rob "Bomber" Henderson reported :You could perform belly landings if you were desperate - not just on the runways, but on ANY stretch of paved surfaces, including taxiways, motorways and roads.
Flaps could collapse and fail either to random occurrence or battle damage - leaving you stuck with flaps down full on one wing but clean on the other, resulting in a graceful, albeit terminal spin into mother earth.
There were engine failures and fires. Landing gear problems ( nose or main gear getting stuck ).
I remember on one training flight just as I raised the gear both engines exploded resulting in a hasty exit. The CRT's in both cockpits could say goodbye just to make life interesting, as could the radar, autopilot and HUD. If the HUD did quit at least you had a good selection of analogue backup gauges, but it didn't help with getting any weapons on target. Another thing to make life a little more exciting - the warning panel showing you what was go or no go could also fail !!