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pby By Tat Tat
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Champs vachables A4 By PBY
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Champs vachables des Hautes Vosges
Champs vachables A5 By PBY
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Champs vachables des Hautes Vosges Description de chaque champs avec carte et photos.
PBY Catalina Flying Boat Pilot's Flight Operating Manual By United States Navy
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One of the most widely-used multi-role aircraft of WWII, the Consolidated PBY Catalina was a flying boat to be reckoned with. They were used as anti- submarine warfare platforms in the Atlantic,... More > and gained notoriety in the Pacific as rescue and reconnaisance platforms, and as bombers. With their distinctive fuselages painted the shade of midnight, the “Black Cats” undertook daring raids of Japanese shipping and shore installations. Originally printed by the U.S. Navy during World War 2, this Flight Operating Handbook 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 slightly reformatted. Care has been taken however to preserve the integrity of the text.< Less
DUMBO DIARY Royal New Zealand Air Force No.6 (Flying Boat) Squadron 1943-1945 By Jenny Scott
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History of RNZAF No.6 Squadron operating PBY-5 and PB2B-1 Catalina flying boats in the South West Pacific, 1943 to 1945.
MAD Cats The Story of VP-63 By Kernan Chaisson
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Thestory of the World War II service of VP-63, a patrol wing equipped with PBY-5 Catalina flying boats. VP-63's aircraft were equipped with Magnetic Anomaly Detection (MAD) systems that allowed them... More > to locate and attack submerged submarines. The VP-63 Patrol Wing played a crucial role for the US Navy in WW II.< Less
Patrol and ASW Aircraft of the Argentine Navy Vol. I By Santiago L. Aversa
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A study of the Argentine's Navy Patrol and ASW Aircraft, 1921-1960. From airships to the Lockheed Neptune. First volume of a two volume set.
Patrol and ASW Aircraft of the Argentine Navy Vol. I By Santiago L. Aversa
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A study of the Argentine's Navy Patrol and ASW Aircraft, 1921-1960. From airships to the Lockheed Neptune. First volume of a two volume set.
It All Counts On Twenty: My Life While Serving In the US Navy, 1941–1961 By John R. Burgoon Jr.
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John R. Burgoon Jr. was never one to turn down an adventure. He joined the US Navy at age seventeen and pursued a career in the aviation branch of the navy. One of his first assignments was flying... More > anti-submarine missions from Panama during World War II. Burgoon carried out his work with distinction, and his radio, radar, and electronic skills did not go unnoticed. He became an instructor—even teaching other instructors how to teach. His twenty-year career was never dull, and included a stint in Guam, where he improved upon a shortwave radio station and relayed servicemen’s calls to the United States; he also had an assignment as a legal officer in San Diego, where he never lost a case. Burgoon’s exciting off-duty life included being an amateur radio operator, a proficient chess player, an impressive hypnotist, and a certified gemologist. In between everything, his good looks managed to get him in trouble with the ladies; this memoir shares all the good stuff in It All Counts on Twenty.< Less
It All Counts On Twenty: My Life While Serving In the US Navy, 1941–1961 By John R. Burgoon Jr.
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John R. Burgoon Jr. was never one to turn down an adventure. He joined the US Navy at age seventeen and pursued a career in the aviation branch of the navy. One of his first assignments was flying... More > anti-submarine missions from Panama during World War II. Burgoon carried out his work with distinction, and his radio, radar, and electronic skills did not go unnoticed. He became an instructor—even teaching other instructors how to teach. His twenty-year career was never dull, and included a stint in Guam, where he improved upon a shortwave radio station and relayed servicemen’s calls to the United States; he also had an assignment as a legal officer in San Diego, where he never lost a case. Burgoon’s exciting off-duty life included being an amateur radio operator, a proficient chess player, an impressive hypnotist, and a certified gemologist. In between everything, his good looks managed to get him in trouble with the ladies; this memoir shares all the good stuff in It All Counts on Twenty.< Less