Thunderbirds Equipment
Thunderbird 1 and Firefly

Thunderbird 1

Seen here with advanced fire fighting vehicle Firefly, Thunderbird 1 is International Rescue's reconnaissance aircraft.

Boasting an amazing top speed of 15,000 miles per hour, Thunderbird 1's task is to be first on the scene of an incident, allowing pilot Scott Tracy to quickly relay vital information to the rest of the team.

Thunderbird 1
Thunderbird 2 landing

Thunderbird 2

This gigantic transporter aircraft has a maximum speed of 5,000 miles per hour. Its purpose is to deliver specialized equipment to the scene of a disaster.

Pilot Virgil Tracy can select from a variety of "pods", allowing Thunderbird 2 to carry the equipment most suited to the type of emergency.

Thunderbird 2 lowering Pod 3
Thunderbird 3

Thunderbird 3

Alan Tracy pilots Thunderbird 3 to tackle rescues in space and also to service Thunderbird 5.

Thunderbird 4

This one man submarine is carried in Thunderbird 2's Pod 4. With Gordon Tracy at the helm, it is deployed directly into the ocean to perform underwater rescue missions.

Thunderbird 4
Thunderbird 5

Thunderbird 5

Orbiting space station Thunderbird 5 is the key to International Rescue's communications. On board, John Tracy is often first to alert the island base of an impending disaster.

The Mole

Carried in a pod aboard Thunderbird 2, the Mole is used to tunnel underground to assist in subterranean rescue missions.

The Mole
Firefly

Firefly

Firefirghting equipment carried in Thunderbird 2.

The Domo

The Domo is seen here supporting a collapsing wall while Virgil tunnels into the basement in the Mole.

The Domo
FAB 1

FAB 1

Beneath the gleaming bodywork of Lady Penelope's pink Rolls-Royce lies a car loaded with high-tech gadgets and weaponry. With Parker at the wheel, there's no escape!

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