The Pocket Guide to Military Aircraft: And the World's Airforces
Octopus Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2004 - Air forces - 192 pages
The Pocket Guide to Military Aircraft and The World's Airforces * Practical handbook ideal for identification at air shows and in operation * Describes and illustrates every major military aircraft in service * Includes fighters, fighter-bombers, helicopters, transports and trainers * Technical information on armament, weight, performance and dimensions.
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