I searched both military and technical forums, but couldn't find anything on this. I'm hoping this is the right place for this post.
I was wondering how the Tornado can swing it's wings back with stores on it, yet keep the stores aligned with the free stream airflow. I know the F-14 does not have any stores pods or mounts on the actual wing, and so the wing can move freely without any problems. How does the Tornado do it while having things attached to the wing? Is there a mechanism that pivots the mounts to keep the angle always parallel with the free stream airflow? I'd really like to know, as the Tornado is my favorite foreign fighter. Thanks