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Branchville Operational Manual By Charles Bailey
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A brief discussion of the operational behavior of the Branchville Vol. Fire Co. College Park, MD
Branchville Operational Manual By Charles Bailey
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A brief discussion of the operational behavior of the Branchville Vol. Fire Co. College Park, MD
Northrop F-89 Scorpion Pilot's Flight Operating Manual By United States Air Force
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The F-89 Scorpion was the first multi-seat, all-weather jet interceptor in the U.S. Air Force. It also became the first aircraft ever equipped with a nuclear air-to-air weapon — the 1.5 kiloton... More > Genie missile. The F-89 made its debut in 1948, joined the Air Force in 1950, and then served as the mainstay of Air Defense Command for 17 years. Over 1,000 F-89s were produced, including 350 of the “J” model equipped with pylons to carry the Genie. (One F-89 did fire the missile as part of Operation Plumbob in 1957.) Originally printed by Northrop and the USAF, this F-89 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 integrity of the text.< Less
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Helicopter Pilot's Flight Operating Manual By U.S. Army
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The Boeing CH-47 is one of the world’s most versatile and efficient helicopters. With its twin engines and twin contra-rotating props eliminating the torque problems found on single-engine... More > helis, all of the C-47 Chinook’s 10,000 hp is available to provide lift and thrust. Used for civilian applications including passenger service, cargo hauling, fire fighting and logging, it has also had a long career in combat and military support. Over 22 nations past and present have utlized it for troop movement, resupply, evacuation of wounded, and emplacement of artillery and vehicles. With a lifting capability of close to 25,000 lbs., it can even lift a damaged Chinook in a pinch! This CH-47 flight operating manual is used by the U.S. Army for instructional purposes . It tells pilots nearly everything they need to know before entering the cockpit. Although it has been slightly reformatted, this reprint contains all of the original text in its entirety.< Less
FM 3-23.35 Combat Training with Pistols M9 and M11 By Department of the Army
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76 page book covering combat training with the 9mm pistol. Whether you own a 9mm or any other handgun, this book will hold valuable information for you. Curious about grip, aiming, breath control,... More > trigger squeeze, target engagement, positions, target engagement, or nuclear/biological/chemical firing? This book covers it and more: components, ammunition, maintenance, operation and function, performance problems, marksmanship training, combat marksmanship, etc. Rich with photographs and diagrams.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS, FLYING COFFIN? The Near Crash of Olympic Airlines Flight OA202 By Pete Collins, editor
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The Lockheed 1011 registered A6-BSM, operated by Star Jet and chartered by Olympic Airlines, arrived on 4 July 2005 at Terminal 1 at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Departure was delayed because the... More > forward hold door could not be closed. A mechanic tried to close the door manually with a hammer and a chuck. Some passengers, worried about the apparent state of the cabin and the noise, asked to disembark, and this led to a mass movement. The airplane took finally off at 16h17. Shortly after departure the crew noticed problems with engine number 3. The captain requested the SEVERE DAMAGE procedure and returned to the airport. The French Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la sécurité de l’aviation civile (BEA) investigated the incident. BEA found out that the aircraft suffered from many problems, such as leaking fuel, malfunctioning safety features and lacking maintenance. The flight crew was not properly licensed, the captain was too old to fly in Europe. The Lockheed Tristar was a flying coffin.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Flying Coffin - The Near Crash of Olympic Airlines Flight OA202 By Pete Collins, Editor
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The Lockheed 1011 registered A6-BSM, operated by Star Jet and chartered by Olympic Airlines, arrived on 4 July 2005 at Terminal 1 at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Departure was delayed because the... More > forward hold door could not be closed. A mechanic tried to close the door manually with a hammer and a chuck. Some passengers, worried about the apparent state of the cabin and the noise, asked to disembark, and this led to a mass movement. The airplane took finally off at 16h17. Shortly after departure the crew noticed problems with engine number 3. The captain requested the SEVERE DAMAGE procedure and returned to the airport. The French Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la sécurité de l’aviation civile (BEA) investigated the incident. BEA found out that the aircraft suffered from many problems, such as leaking fuel, malfunctioning safety features and lacking maintenance. The flight crew was not properly licensed, the captain was too old to fly in Europe. The Lockheed Tristar was a flying coffin.< Less
An Infrantryman's Guide To Combat In Built-Up Areas By Headquarters, Department of the Army
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The increased population and accelerated growth of cities have made the problems of combat in built-up areas an urgent requirement for the US Army. This type of combat cannot be avoided. The makeup... More > and distribution of smaller built-up areas as part of an urban complex make the isolation of enemy fires occupying one or more of these smaller enclaves increasingly difficult. MOUT is expected to be the future battlefield in Europe and Asia with brigade- and higher-level commanders focusing on these operations. This manual provides the infantry battalion commander and his subordinates a current doctrinal source for tactics, techniques, and procedures for fighting in built-up areas.< Less