The F-111 Aardvark flew 4000 combat missions during the Vietnam War, struck Libya in 1986, and saw action during Operation Desert Storm. Originally designed as a medium-range fighter-bomber, the... More > versatile aircraft proved its meddle as a strategic bomber, tractical strike aircraft, and reconnaissance platform. When it
debuted in 1964, the F-111 ushered in a new era. Equipped with variable-geometry wings, afterburning turbofan engines, and terrain-following radar, the high-tech F-111 was truly groundbreaking. Originally printed by General Dynamics and the United States Air Force in the 1960s, this F-111 Flight Operating
Manual taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit. Classified “Restricted”, the manual was recently declassified and is here reprinted in book form.
This affordable facsimile has been reformatted and color images appear in black and white. Care has been taken however to preserve the
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The Corsair was one of WWII’s most superb fighters, achieving a victory ratio of nearly 11:1 in the Pacific. Had things worked out differently, its sister craft, Goodyear’s F2G... More > “Super” Corsair, might have eclipsed that record. Based on Goodyear’s fixed-wing F1G design, the F2G had a bubble cockpit and was
fitted with a Pratt & Whitney R-4360 engine. The twenty-eight cylinder, four row radial air-cooled monster provided nearly 50% more take-off power than the standard double Wasp. Yet by the close of WWII, only five F2G’s had been built, and so the plane never saw combat. Originally printed by Goodyear and the U.S. Navy, this Flight Handbook taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit.< Less
This book proposes a harmony between Genesis 1-11 and modern mainline science. It argues that a basic distinction must be drawn between the actual words in the Bible and our attempts to interpret... More > those words. Dr. Isham maintains that the apparent contradictions between science and the Scriptures have been caused by blurring this distinction. The popular, traditional interpretation of Genesis 1-11 is at odds with modern science, a fact that has led liberal Christians to treat these chapters as ancient Israelite mythology. However, Dr. Isham argues that the literal words of the text can be harmonized with modern science, provided that a new interpretive model is found. In this book, Dr. Isham attempts to provide such a model for the Biblical stories of Creation, Eden, Cain and Abel, Noah’s Flood, and the Tower of Babel. The connective genealogical materials are also harmonized with the Sumerian King List to produce a new chronology of Biblical events.< Less
This is a position paper that I entered for a private military organizations scholarship submission, in-which I discuss the failing development of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in comparison to the... More > previous failure of the F-111 and the astounding success of the A-10.< Less
Presentation of a number of obscure previously
published articles, unpublished reports and new
research of significance to Alberta Archaeology.
McKean Lithic Technology, Archaeology of the... More > Cremona-Sundre area, Cluny Earthlodges, Cree Burial Practices, Donalda Buffalo Pound field report, Early Man and the Ice-Free Corridor, F.M.
Buffalo Jump, Gull Lake Heritage Assessment, Ice
Retreat and Glacial Lakes in Northern Alberta,
Medicine Hills Assessment, Medicine River Crossing
Cree Settlement, Battle River-Meeting Creek Land
Use, North Peace Historic Settlement Sites, 111
St. Burial (Edmotnon) independent assessment, Pelican Lake Culture, Prehistoric Population
Reconstructions, Trail Pattern Studies, NE Red
Deer Land Use study, Rissdale Historic Cemeteries,
Tail Creek Metis Settlement, Alberta Moundbuilder
Culture, Battle River-Souris River Corridor, Silver Creek Ranch Site and surrounding area,
Unfinished Projects, Western Cree Tipis, Ethics
in Alberta Archaeology. 344 pages. Illustrations.< Less