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Military Aviation By Abhishek Singh
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With this coffee table book I Abhishek Singh an Aviation Photographer and Founder of www.illuminativisuals.com bring to you the finest images of military aircraft from around the world.... More > "Military Aviation- The Ultimate Coffee Table Book" will give you a new perspective towards Aviation Photography. Enjoy the book.< Less
DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY AVIATION MUSEUM By JOANNA BARKER
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A book to help SCOTLANDS DUMFRIES GALLOWAY MUSEAM STAY OPEN .MONEY FROM THIS BOOK GOES TO THE MUSEUM TO KEEP IT OPEN.
AVIATION AND FLIGHT PLANING By DARSHANA AMARABANDU
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This book is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to aviation professionals. Nearly two decades after my first aviation job, I started creating and writing tips and sending them out via... More > E-mail, primarily as a hobby to my friends and aviation students. I hope this book will be an extension to learning beyond the limitations of a six-week or six-month training programs. This book is result of my experiences gained during my aviation career in Asia, Middle East, and USA. I have trained aviation personnel employed in domestic and international airlines and learnt very important lessons every day. After a long wait and in response to requests from my friends, I decided to publish this book. No matter where you live or work, I hope everyone who reads this book will learn something.< Less
Aviation, How and Why By Clayton Davis
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Describes aviation in the United States. Gives High School and College students an overview of aviation and a quick reference guide. Used by Teachers and Guidance Counselors giving Career advice and... More > Public libraries as a Transportation reference. Information for Pilots and those interested in learning to fly. For all readers craving adventure. This book contains a glossary of words not found in other publications. Arcane and esoteric subjects are clearly explained. All mystery is forever removed from the subject of aviation. Something unique sets this work apart. More than half the book is filled with exciting stories about working pilots in the real world of aviation, many from the author's personal experience< Less
Aviation, How and Why By Clayton Davis
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Describes aviation in the United States. Gives High School and College students an overview of aviation and a quick reference guide. Used by Teachers and Guidance Counselors giving Career advice and... More > Public libraries as a Transportation reference. Information for Pilots and those interested in learning to fly. For all readers craving adventure. This book contains a glossary of words not found in other publications. Arcane and esoteric subjects are clearly explained. All mystery is forever removed from the subject of aviation. Something unique sets this work apart. More than half the book is filled with exciting stories about working pilots in the real world of aviation, many from the author's personal experience< Less
3-The Boy Aviators in Africa By Capt. Wilbur Lawton
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FROM THE PUBLISHER: On the Continent made famous by the American explorer Stanley, and ex-President Roosevelt, we find our old friends, the Chester Boys and their stalwart chums. In Africa--the Dark... More > Continent--the author follows in exciting detail his young heroes, their voyage in the first aeroplane to fly above the mysterious forests and unexplored ranges of the mystic land. In this book, too, for the first time, we encounter Luther Barr, the old New York millionaire, who proves later such an implacable enemy of the boys. The story of his defeated schemes, of the astonishing things the boys discovered in the Mountains of the Moon, of the pathetic fate of George Desmond, the emulator of Stanley, the adventure of the Flying Men and the discovery of the Arabian Ivory cache,--this is not the place to speak. It would be spoiling the zest of an exciting tale to reveal the outcome of all these episodes here.< Less
The Songs of Spirit of the Aviator, Volume I By J. Rylan Cox
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This book is full of lyrics written by J. Rylan Cox, the lead singer of the indie rock band Spirit of the Aviator. Though the band has not performed in years, these songs may still rock your face... More > off. The author is not responsible for any resulting facial injuries. You may cover or remix these songs with permission from the author.< Less
1-The Boy Aviators in Nicaragua By Capt. Wilbur Lawton
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The launching of this Twentieth Century series marks the inauguration of a new era in boys' books--the "wonders of modern science" epoch. Frank and Harry Chester, the Boy Aviators, are the... More > heroes of this exciting, red-blooded tale of adventure by air and land in the turbulent Central American republic. The two brothers with their $10,000 prize aeroplane, the "Golden Eagle", rescue a chum from death in the clutches of the Nicaraguans, discover a lost treasure valley of the ancient Toltec race, and in so doing almost lose their own lives in the Abyss of the White Serpents, and have many other exciting experiences, including being blown far out to sea in their air-skimmer in a tropical storm. It would be unfair to divulge the part that wireless plays in rescuing them from their predicament. In a brand new field of fiction for boys the Chester brothers and their aeroplane seem destined to fill a top-notch place. These books are technically correct, wholesomely thrilling and geared up to third speed.< Less
1-The Girl Aviators and the Phantom Airship By Margaret Burnham
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Teenagers Peggy Prescott and her brother Roy share a love of aviation inherited from their late father who had dreamed of building an aeroplane free of the defects of planes already invented. Peggy... More > and Roy manage to build a plane starting with the framework their father had begun. Peggy christens it ‘The Golden Buttefly’ and she and Roy are determined to enter it in a young aviator’s contest for a prize of $5000. The Prescotts need the money desperately to save the home they share with their aunt which is about to be taken from them by the rather nasty banker, Mr. Harding. Peggy and Roy along with their best friends, Jess and Jimsy Bancroft – also sister and brother, experience many adventures – many of them while flying the Golden Butterfly. A kidnapping, missing jewels and contact with some desperate characters are just some of what the Prescotts encounter in their Long Island village of Sandy Bay. There’s never a dull moment for these two as they pursue their dream of flying. (Summary by Lee Ann Howlett.)< Less
5-The Boy Aviators in Record Flight By Capt. Wilbur Lawton
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FROM THE PUBLISHER: The Chester Boys try to win a newspaper prize for a trans-continental flight. In the Golden Eagle, the boys, accompanied by a trail-blazing party in an automobile, make the dash.... More > But they are not alone in their aspirations. Their rivals for the rich prize at stake try in every way that they can to circumvent the lads and gain the valuable trophy and monetary award. In this they stop short at nothing, and it takes all the wits and resources of the Boy Aviators to defeat them. Among the adventures encountered in their cross-country flight, the boys fall in with a band of rollicking cow-boys--who momentarily threaten serious trouble--are attacked by Indians, strike the most remarkable town of the desert--the "dry" town of "Gow Wells,"--encounter a sandstorm which blows them into strange lands far to the south of their course, and meet with several amusing mishaps besides.< Less