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Kustantaja / Publisher: SQUADRON/SIGNAL PUBL.,INC
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KC-135 Stratotanker Walk Around
25066
new book
KC-135 Stratotanker Walk Around
USAF:n pitkäikäinen ilmatankkauskone. Yli 240 valokuvaa, väriprofiileja, piirustuksia, 88 s. Many air forces can conduct missions such as air superiority and ground attack, but only the US Air Force has truly global reach. For more than five decades, the essential enabler of this global reach has been the KC-135 Stratotanker. Unarmed and unglamorous, the KC-135 has been one of the most successful and enduring aircraft in US Air Force history. Primarily based on the author’s extensive access to operational KC-135 aircraft on the ground and in flight, this book contains the most detailed photographic documentation of the KC-135 inside and out that has ever been published, as well as color profiles of the KC-135R in the markings of every major USAF command that has operated that variant.
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19.95

F9F Cougar Walk Around  (SC)
25068
new book
F9F Cougar Walk Around (SC)
US Navyn ensimmäinen nuolisiipinen tukialushävittäjä. Yli 230 valokuvaa, väriprofiileja, piirustuksia, 80 s. Neubeck. The first swept-wing carrier-based fighter aircraft built for the US Navy, the F9F Cougar marked a major leap forward in the area of naval aircraft design from its predecessor, the straight-wing Grumman F9F Panther. The prototype of the first version of the Cougar, the F9F-6, first took to the air in September of 1951, just six months after contract award. There were several different models of the Cougar, reflecting its varied uses as well as the general development of the aircraft. The F9F-6 was followed by the F9F-7 and F9F-8. In addition there were also two reconnaissance models - the F9F-6P and the F9F-8P - as well as a two-seater trainer version, the F9F-8T. The contemporary photographs in this volume illustrate in detail the differences between the various Cougar models, making use of over a dozen display aircraft located in museums across the United States as well as one Cougar on display in Argentina. Grounded in solid historical research, the book also features historical images from the photo archives of both the U.S. Navy and Grumman, and also includes rare photos of F9F Cougar in its final days, serving as a target drone for later generations of fighters. Illustrated with over 230 photographs, 80 pages.
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19.95

B-52 Walk Around
5506 B-52 Walk Around (L)
More than any other weapon system, the legendary Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is the embodiment of American military power in the popular imagination. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the B-52 has been its longevity. The B-52 first flew in 1952 and entered operational service with the U.S. Air Force in 1955. Boeing delivered the last B-52 in 1962. Five decades later, the B-52 remains in front-line service, most recently taking part in combat over Afghanistan and Iraq. Even more amazingly, current plans are for the B-52 to remain in service until 2040. This volume is packed with historical and recent photographs of the B-52.
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19.95

UH-60 Blackhawk Walk Around
5519 UH-60 Blackhawk Walk Around (L)
USA:n armeijan ja laivaston kuljetus- ja erikoishelikopteri. 80 siv. (40 värisiv.), useita värimaalauksia ja piirustuksia. In January of 1972, a request for proposals or RFP was issued to lay out the guidelines for a new utility helicopter to replace the Bell UH-1 Iroquois type. The Huey had served admirably in the Vietnam Conflict, but it lacked engine power, was vulnerable to small-arms fire, and was limited in lifting/transporting heavy external payloads. Under the UTTAS (Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System) competition, the new clean-sheet design intended to rectify all of the UH-1s shortcomings, while integrating the latest technology developments in helicopter construction and power-plant design. This new helicopter would be capable of a cruising speed of 167-201mph/145-174kts (269-324km/h) and be able to maintain this speed for a minimum of 2.3 hours. It had to carry an 11-man infantry squad, with all of their gear, in hot temperature/high altitude scenarios. If troops were not to be carried, that same lifting power provided by two engines would instead lift underslung cargo loads, up to a maximum of 8,000 lbs./3629kg. The cargo cabin space had to be able to be converted with a minimum of effort for use in aeromedical evacuation, utility roles or as an infantry assault transport.
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VGN116 Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk
19.95

AH-1 Cobra Walk Around
5529 AH-1 Cobra Walk Around
Cobra lähikuvina, 300 valokuvaa, 80 sivua, joista 40 värisivua. Taisteluhelikopteri, Vietnamin sodasta aina 80-luvulle.
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19.95

EA-6B Prowler Walk Around
5535 EA-6B Prowler Walk Around
Tutkantorjuntakone lähikuvina, 80 sivua, 40 värisivua, kuvia, piirustuksia, profiileja.
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19.95

UH-1 Huey Gunships Walk Around
5536 UH-1 Huey Gunships Walk Around
Amerikkalaiset Huey Gunship -taistelukopterit lähikuvina, 80 sivua, 40 värisivua, kuvia, piirustuksia, profiileja.
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OS3117 Heliborne (Osprey Colour Series)
19.95

MiG-17 Walk Around
5546
new book
MiG-17 Walk Around
The MiG-17 'Fresco' followed the MiG-15 'Fagot' into Soviet Air Force service and evolved into a highly maneuverable, reliable and easy-to-maintain air combat fighter. One of the most widely exported fighters of all time, the MiG-17 saw service in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, including combat in a number of air forces around the world. Every detail of this Cold War fighter aircraft is illustrated with over 200 color and b/w photos, line drawings and 12 color profiles; 80 pages.
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19.95

OV-1 Mohawk Walk Around
5549
new book
OV-1 Mohawk Walk Around
Ken Neubeck. Amerikkalainen tiedustelukone. 150+ väri- ja m/v-kuvaa, piirr., 12 profiilia, 80 siv. The Grumman OV-1 Mohawk was the first turboprop aircraft to enter into US Army service to fill the role of visual, photo and electronic reconnaissance. It was very unique in its design, and it never received the recognition for its accomplishments in over 40 years of service. Originally planned for both the Army and the Marines, the OV-1was used just by the Army, though NASA had a test aircraft for testing jet engine noise. Civilian users included the US Forest Service, the Environmental Protection Service and US Customs, which used the Mohawk to track drug traffic. The OV-1D aircraft from the 15th MI (military intelligence) and the 224th MI groups participated during Desert Storm, accruing over 5,500 flight hours with 2 planes lost. The Mohawk was retired from U.S. Army service in 1996. More than 150 photographs, line drawings, and 12 color profiles; 80 pages.
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19.95

OH-58D Kiowa Color Walk Around
5550
new book
OH-58D Kiowa Color Walk Around
Werner. Amerikkalainen tulenjohto- ja taisteluhelikopteri (jonka siviiliversio tunnetaan nimellä Agusta-Bell 206). 200+ värikuvaa, piirustuksia, väriprofiileja, 80 siv. The OH-58D was Bell s answer to the U.S. Army's request for a digital platform to aid new artillery. Originally unarmed as part of the Army Helicopter Improvement Program, the OH-58D was based on the OH-58C. It was, however, a completely new helicopter, featuring a four-blade main rotor, a more powerful engine, a multifunction display, and a Mast Mounted Sight (MMS). The MMS was the basis for the upgrade, using a Television System, Thermal Imaging System, and Laser Rangefinder/Designator. The helicopter's success led to the decision to arm it with two hard points capable of holding either .50-caliber machine guns, seven-shot rocket pods, Air-to-Air Stingers, or Hellfire missiles. This book takes a detailed look at the Kiowa Warrior with more then 200 color photos, color profiles, and detailed line drawings; 80 pages.
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19.95

F-111 Aardvark Color Walk Around
5557
new book
F-111 Aardvark Color Walk Around
Neubeck. USAF:n kääntyväsiipinen hävittäjä lähitähyilyssä. 220+ valokuvaa, väriprofiileja, piirustuksia, 80 s. The F-111 Aardvark was the first production aircraft to feature a variable swept-wing. This aircraft s original design met 2 different mission roles for the US military. The Air Force needed a joint-service aircraft while the Navy needed a carrier-based aircraft. Among the construction proposals, General Dynamics won the contract to build the Air Force version that would become the F-111. Amidst much controversy during its early stages, the Aardvark developed into an indispensable aircraft. It served in Vietnam, Libya, and Operation Desert Storm. Currently, the Royal Australian Air Force continues to fly the C-model plane, and the aircraft has one of the best safety records in the Air Force inventory. Features 12 color profiles, 3-view illustration, line drawings, and over 200 color and 21 b/w photos. This book is a must-have for any aviation enthusiast. 80 pages.
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19.95

F-84 Thunderstreak Color Walk Around
5559
new book
F-84 Thunderstreak Color Walk Around
The success of the F-86 Sabre prompted Republic to design its own swept-wing aircraft and the prototype of the Thunderstreak - designated the YF-96A - took to the skies in 1950. The F-84F could reach a top speed of 695 mph, and in March of 1955, the Thunderstreak set a transcontinental speed record by flying from Los Angeles to New York in just 3 hours and 33 minutes. On the basis of the F-84F design, a photo-reconnaissance version, known as the RF-84F Thunderflash, was also developed and placed into production in 1952. Program delays plagued the development of the F-84F, and active duty phaseout began almost as soon as it entered service in 1954. By 1958 the F-84F was relegated to the Air National Guard. The Thunderstreak did serve as NATO's front-line fighter-bomber during the 1950s, and France successfully sent F-84Fs into battle against Egypt during the 1956 Suez Canal Crisis. The F-84F remained in service with several European air forces for decades, with Greece only retiring its last Thunderstreak in 1984. Illustrated with more than 250 photographs, color art, and profiles.
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Katso myös/See also:
8259 F-84 Thunderjet in Detail & Scale
19.95

PBY-5A Catalina Walk Around
5560
new book
PBY-5A Catalina Walk Around
Doyle. Amerikkalainen lentovene. N. 170 kuvaa, piirustuksia, väriprofiileja, 72 sivua. The Consolidated PBY is the most readily recognized and widely produced flying boat design ever made. The aircraft, which came to be known as the Catalina, has it origins in Consolidated's 1932 Model 28. The US Navy began taking deliveries of the PBY-5A in October 1941 and then placed orders for over 600 more following Pearl Harbor. During WWII, PBYs conducted anti-submarine warfare, patrol bombing, convoy escort, search-and-rescue operations, and cargo transport. Some PBY-5As went to the US Army and others to US Allies - Australia, Britain, Canada and the Free French forces. This book presents a comprehensive view of the Catalina with 170 photographs, color profiles and detailed line drawings. 72 pages.
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19.95

F-102 Delta Dagger Walk Around
5564
new book
F-102 Delta Dagger Walk Around
Neubeck. Vietnamin sotaan osallistunut amerikkalainen deltasiipinen hävittäjä. 80 sivua. The Convair F-102A Delta Dagger was developed for the US Air Force as a supersonic interceptor at the onset of the Cold War. It featured a 60-degree swept delta wing to lessen drag coefficient and yield stability at very high altitudes. True to its design, the F-102A made more than 1,000 intercepts of Soviet bombers in defense of Western airspace. Within the US, 22 Air National Guard squadrons were equipped with the Dagger from 1960 until its retirement in 1976. The 102 was also deployed to Vietnam during the war in Indochina, initially to protect bases from North Vietnamese aircraft. Later, it flew fighter patrols, escorted B-52s, and was used offensively to attack ground installations. Exported to NATO allies Greece and Turkey, the Turks flew the F-102A during their invasion of Cyprus in 1974. After retirement in the US, 152 of the planes were converted to high-speed, unmanned drones for use as test targets for newer fighters.
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19.95

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OSPREY: AIRCRAFT OF ACES
- AIRCRAFT IN ACTION

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