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British Experimental Jets By peter dancey
eBook (ePub): $6.62
Britain was the second air force in the WW II to have a operational jet fighter although it did not engage in any air to air combat but was deployed against the V-missile. From 1947 onward the... More > British aviation industry designed and flew a myriad of experimental jets many contributing to research and development of swept-wing aircraft and in particular the problems associated with the design and production of the Anglo/French Concorde SST. This ebook in an overview of some of this interesting and unique designs.< Less
Buckeye Naval Trainer By peter dancey
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THe portly-shaped rockwell Buckeye was a common shape to US Navy and USMC student pilots for many decades. Generations of US naval fliers grew up with its ergonomics both in the United States and... More > some overseas air arms< Less
Lockheeds Shooting Stars By peter dancey
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The Lockheed P-80 was the airplane that launched the American AF into the jet age. A product of the reknownwd Clarence 'Kelly' Johnson of Lockheed's Skuck Works it was designed and assembled in a few... More > months and lasted to decades in the ground-attack, interceptor, reconnaissance, and trainer roles. The T-bird family operated in all these roles all over the world with a number of Allied air arms< Less
De Havilland Venom By peter dancey
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DH was one of the UK's foremost aircraft builders during WW II with its famous Mosquito. The Venom a development of its post-war Vampire was far from satisfactory initially but after many... More > modifications and improvements did eventually manifest itself as a very successful airplane for the Royal Navy FAA and fought at Suez and served as both day and night fighter with several European air forces. It was license produced in France as the Aqulion and served until the 1960's and was also prominent in the Swiss AF for many years.< Less