Fighter Combat: Tactics and Maneuvering

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Naval Institute Press, 1985 - History - 428 pages
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This book provides a detailed discussion of one-on-one dog-fights and multi-fighter team work tactics. Full discussions of fighter aircraft and weapons systems performance are provided along with an explanation of radar intercept tactics and an analysis of the elements involved in the performance of fighter missions.

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About the author (1985)

Robert L. Shaw holds a masters degree in aeronautical engineering and is a veteran of fourteen years in U.S. Navy fighter aviation. An avid aviation enthusiast, Shaw is a civilian fight instructor, airline pilot, and consulting engineer specializing in fighter aircraft and weapons systems performance evaluation. He is the founder and president of Fighter Command International.

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