US Military Aircraft Recognition Guide

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Collins, 2007 - Airplanes - 464 pages
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Another in-depth reference guide from the well-known Jane's brand A complimentary volume to Jane's Aircraft Recognition Guide and Jane's Vintage Aircraft Recognition Guide, Jane's US Military Aircraft Recognition Guide focuses exclusively on the world's most prolific military aircraft producing nation, the United States. Featuring over 500 entries, and covering aircraft from 1909 to the present day, each aeroplane will have a 200-word historical and technical specification, accompanied by a colour or black and white photograph. The book will include Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard types. There is presently no single volume in print which details American military aircraft types ranging from the Wright Model A of 1909 through to today's Joint Strike Fighter, and containing such iconic aircraft as the Mustang and Flying Fortress. · Features expanded spreads for the most important aircraft, with extra photographs and information

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About the author (2007)

Tony Holmes has written three volumes in the Jane's Recognition series, covering Military Aircraft, Fighters of World War 2 and Vintage Aircraft. An Australian based in England, he has been employed as an aviation author/editor since 1989. He has written 42 books and edited more than 200, almost all relating to aviation.

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