A Field Guide to Airplanes of North America
This is the only complete, pocket-sized guide to aircraft. It includes every production model, civilian and military, of any vintage that is likely to be seen in the skies over North America--over 350 aircraft in all, from early biplanes to Stealth fighters. Hundreds of painstakingly accurate illustrations show each plane and helocopter from different angles.
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