Military Aircraft Boneyards

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MBI Publishing Company, 2000 - History - 128 pages
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Unlike any other boneyard book youve seen in the past, Military Aircraft Boneyards takes a complete look at the fate of a variety of abandoned and obsolete aircraft across America. Nick Veronico uncovers the early history of aircraft disposal sites, plus how to insider details on the entire disposal process. Graveyards of the past at Kingman and Litchfield Park, Arizona, are covered along with todays disposal site at Davis Monthan Air Force Base. Includes coverage of the most recent boneyard arrivals.

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Nicholas A. Veronico has worked as an aviation journalist for almost thirty years and is the author of The Blue Angels and Boneyard Nose Art. He lives near San Francisco.

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