United States-British glossary of aeronautical and related nomenclature
Published by authority of the Commanding General, Army Air Forces, by the Headquarters, Air Service Command, 1943 - Technology & Engineering - 102 pages
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aerial Aerodrome beacon aeroplane aerostat air-speed aircraft airfoil airship angle Brit Army automatic auxiliary axis See Axis balloon beacon blade Boeing B-17E bomb Brewster A-34 Brewster F2A-3 Brit British Cessna AT-17 chord Cone connecting rod Cord Cylinder dead rise Direction finder doped Douglas Drag drift Empennage engine Fairchild PT-26 fighter airplane float See Float flying fuel tank gas cell gas-cell Glider Grumman heavy bombardment airplane high-wing Hudson IA Brit Interceptor landing gear lift light bombardment airplane line See Line load Lockheed Loop low-wing main mooring Manufacturer Martlet mast midwing Navy North American North American BC-1 North American Harvard oleo parachute Parasitic drag peller pilot pitch pressure propeller propellor radio Rigging band ring See Ring Runway Sailplane screw single-engine single-place sleeve slip fuel spanner strut Supercharger surface tail thrust tion tube two-engine United valve See Valve vertical Vought-Sikorsky weight wing wire See Wire Wrench