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United States Air Force Europe - Fighter Bombers By peter dancey
eBook (ePub): $3.28
Few aircraft can match the F-111 Aardvark for speed, sophistication and lethality. Following a disappointing baptism of fire in south-east Asia it returned to theater and redeemed itself to reemerge... More > in the UK at two USAFE forward operating bases where they formed the cornerstone of NATO's 'Cold War' strike force although well-versed in nuclear strike the NATO Aardvarks formed a highly competent conventional fighter-bomber force. Here we take a detailed look at Upper Heyford's 20th TFW and Lakenheath's 48th TFW operational profile< Less
The Battle of Berlin - Bomber Command By peter dancey
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RAF Bomber Command mass raids comprised the main action collectively known as the 'Battle of Berlin'. This action was unique in the annals of military aviation history as it saw the introduction into... More > operational servvice of the first jet powered fighters - the Messerschmitt Me 262. This ebook records a concise and accurate record of all surviving Me 262 aircraft and their locations< Less
Era of the V-bombers By peter dancey
eBook (ePub): $6.31
Post-WW II saw all the new combat jets, fighter and bombers enter RAF and USAF front-line service many new and exciting designs were produced in quick succession this ebook is a brief synopsis
Bomber Pilot Don Macintosh By Donald Macintosh
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Experience the life of a world war two bomber pilot through the eyes of Capt Don Macintosh. His horrendous experience of the Blitz led him to fly Lancaster bombers over France, Holland, Stuttgart and... More > Munich. Amongst a number of famous raids, he carried out three attacks on the sister ship of the Bismark: the Tirpitz in Norway, and finally on Hitler’s eagles nest at Berchtesgaden. Donald survived countless near misses: exploding flak, German fighters, low fuel, maintenance and administrative errors, friendly fire, zero visibility, amongst others.< Less
Bomber Pilot Don Macintosh By Donald Macintosh
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Experience the life of a world war two bomber pilot through the eyes of Capt Don Macintosh. His horrendous experience of the Blitz led him to fly Lancaster bombers over France, Holland, Stuttgart and... More > Munich. Amongst a number of famous raids, he carried out three attacks on the sister ship of the Bismark: the Tirpitz in Norway, and finally on Hitler’s eagles nest at Berchtesgaden. Donald survived countless near misses: exploding flak, German fighters, low fuel, maintenance and administrative errors, friendly fire, zero visibility, amongst others.< Less
Brooklyn Bomber VS Bouncin' Bombshell By Clay Punch
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In our next match-up, the Brooklyn Bomber goes up against the Bouncin’ Bombshell! Two buxom brunettes boxing to see who the more powerful woman is! And a chance at Championship gold for one of... More > these fighters if victory is achieved!< Less
Luftwaffe Night Fighters By peter dancey
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The arrogance of Herman Goering left the Luftwaffe seriously short of night fighters, as the Third Reich believed they would not be needed as blitzkrieg operations would mean a daylight air force of... More > medium bombers, dive bombers and day fighters would suffice, This book tells the story of the hurried revision of the RLM of this idea and its instigation of night fighter developments from existing operational twin engined designs,< Less
B.A.B.E.: Brooklyn Bomber VS American Dream By Clay Punch
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In the fifth match of the evening, a scrappy, street-wise boxer faces off against an All-American heroine! Who will be raising her arms in victory tonight?
Douglas TBD-1 Devastator Torpedo Bomber Pilot's Flight Manual By United States Navy
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The first all-metal aircraft in the history of the U.S. Navy, the Douglas TBD-1 represented a radical advance when it debuted in 1937. Yet by December 7, 1941, the Devastator was obsolete. Despite... More > this TBD-1s performed well at Coral Sea, helping sink the Japanese carrier Shoho. Just three months later at Midway however, Devastator pilots were forced to make their attack runs without fighter escort. Only four planes out of 41 survived. Yet it was not a sacrifice made in vain. The TBD-1s left Japanese fighter patrols in disarray, paving the way for a nearly unopposed attack by Dauntless dive bombers that resulted in the loss of three Japanese aircraft carriers. Originally printed by Douglas and the U.S. Navy, this manual taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit. Classified “Restricted”, the manual was declassified and is here reprinted in book form. This affordable facsimile has been reformatted. Care has been taken however to preserve the integrity of the text.< Less
Project FICON - Fighter Conveyer, 2017 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen Air Force and Convair photographs of Project FICON Convair GRB-36 carrier aircraft and Republic F-84 parasites from 1952 to 1956: Convair GRB-36F 49-2707 and Republic F-84E Thunderjet 49-2115... More > at Forth Worth, Texas and Eglin Air Force Base, Florida Convair GRB-36F 49-2707 and Republic YRF-84F Thunderstreak 49-2430 at Fort Worth, Texas and Dayton, Ohio Convair GRB-36D 49-2962 and Republic RBF-84F Thunderflash 52-7266 over Washington State Convair GRB-36D 49-2694 and Republic RF-84K Thunderflash 52-7258 at Edwards Air Force Base, California These Air Force and Convair photographs were acquired from the National Museum of the USAF, National Archive, Major Clarence "Bud" Anderson (ret), and Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems.< Less