Re: IMAP + multiple machines = headache
A Tornado GR1 wrecked it's nose and radome when the thrust reverse deployed after the wheels touched down but the aircraft had already started rising again. The thrust reverse needs weight on wheels, but it could be pre-armed by rocking the throttles outboard... no-one considered what could happen if the aircraft made a heavy landing and bounced back up into the air...
What did happen is that the buckets carried on deploying and the aircraft then came down nose first wrecking the nose gear and making such a mess of the fuselage that the pilots, if they had tried to eject, couldn't as the seats were jammed on the rails.
I was catching a fresh air break out the back of the avionics bay when I witnessed it all happen.