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BF 109e/F vs Yak-1/7: Eastern Front 1941-42 #65 Duel, Dmitriy Khazanov and Aleksander Medved
1 BF 109e/F vs Yak-1/7: Eastern Front 1941-42 #65 Duel
Dmitriy Khazanov and Aleksander Medved UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472805798 / 9781472805799 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.8 cm 
Featuring first-hand accounts from veteran pilots, rare archival photographs and expert analysis, this volume brings to life the vicious dogfights that took place between the Bf 109 and the Yak as they vied for mastery of the frozen skies of the Eastern Front. Step into the cockpit of the Luftwaffe's Bf 109 and the Red Air Force's Yaks 1-7, two fighters which were involved in some of the largest, fiercest aerial battles in history. The Iconic Messerschmitt fighter and its combat hardened pilots administered a fearful drubbing to the Yaks in the beginning of the war. Some of the highest scoring aces in history benefitted from the Bf 109's technical superiority over the overweight and underpowered Yak 1, racking up incredible successes against their poorly trained and equipped adversaries. And yet, as the Soviets accumulated combat experience, their tactics improved, as did their mounts in the upgraded Yak 1B and gradually, the Red Force eroded the Jagdwaffe's dominance of the skies in the eastern front, though with the 109G they would never lose qualitative superiority. 
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Supermarine Spitfire # Great Aircraft of World War II, Dr. Alfred Price
2 Supermarine Spitfire # Great Aircraft of World War II
Dr. Alfred Price UK Lorenz Books 2015 0754829995 / 9780754829997 Hardcover New Book 22.9 x 17.7 x 1.2 cm 
This is an illustrated guide shown in over 100 images. It is a compelling history of the Supermarine Spitfire, from the first single-seat prototype of 1936 through to post-war planes that equip fighter units around the world. It includes complete technical specifications detailing the Spitfire's armament, power plant, dimensions, weight and performance. It features over 100 photographs of the Supermarine Spitfire in action, as well as a cutaway diagram showing the interior construction of this classic fighter aircraft. The legendary Supermarine Spitfire was designed solely as an air protection interceptor, to engage and destroy enemy bombers attempting to attack targets in the British Isles. It was also ideal as a reconnaissance aircraft, providing photographs and crucial details of enemy involvement. This book describes the design and development of this outstanding combat aircraft, and includes eyewitness accounts from pilots who flew it during the Battle of Britain and beyond. Wartime photographs and cutaway diagrams accompany the expertly written text, making this an essential volume for everyone interested in these history-making aircraft. 
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Illustrated Transport Encyclopedia: World War II Fighter Aircraft, Francis Crosby
3 Illustrated Transport Encyclopedia: World War II Fighter Aircraft
Francis Crosby UK Southwater 2014 1780193858 / 9781780193854 Soft cover New Book 
This title featuring photographs from the Imperial War Museum. It is a guide to over 100 of the fighters that have helped shape history, including the Fokker Dr. I Triplane, the Hawker Hurricane, the Messerschmitt Bf109, the North American P/F-51 Mustang and the Supermarine Spitfire. It features detailed specification boxes for every aircraft listed, with information about country of origin, first flight, power, armament, size, weights and performance. It includes a history of fighter aircraft, from anecdotes about the first flying aces to fighter armament and equipment during World War II. Since World War I, fighter planes have played a crucial role in history: they have won wars, prevented wars and defended nations from aggressors. This book is a fully illustrated guide to over 100 of these history-making aeroplanes. It contains an A-Z guide to fighters of the two World Wars, and is brimming with information and often rare photographs of classic fighter aircraft, including the Fokker Triplane, the Bristol Fighter, the Spitfire and the P-51 Mustang. With many previously unpublished photographs from the Imperial War Museum Photograph Archive, the book is a must-have reference volume for everyone interested in these aircraft. 
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A-10 Thunderbolt II Units of Operation Enduring Freedom 2008-14 #111 Combat Aircraft, Gary Wetzel
4 A-10 Thunderbolt II Units of Operation Enduring Freedom 2008-14 #111 Combat Aircraft
Gary Wetzel UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472805739 / 9781472805737 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm Jim Laurier 
The untold story of A-10 units in Operation Enduring Freedom reaches its conclusion with this second of two volumes focusing on the type's combat missions in Afghanistan. Featuring numerous first-hand accounts and photography from those who experienced the conflict, along with imagery from official military archives, this book offers a unique and detailed insight into the record of the A-10 in one of the 21st Century's most significant conflicts. Initially, the A-10 Thunderbolt was not a favourite of the USAF, which, prior to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, was hoping to shunt this Cold War relic onto the US Army and Marine Corps. But since then the 'Warthog', with its formidable armament, ruggedness and flexibility, has continually proven itself in combat and evolved into the world's premiere close support aircraft. In 2002 the Thunderbolt was at the forefront of Operation Enduring Freedom, the US occupation of Afghanistan. 
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Reconnaissance and Bomber Aces of World War 1 #123 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, Jon Guttman
5 Reconnaissance and Bomber Aces of World War 1 #123 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces
Jon Guttman UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1782008012 / 9781782008019 Soft cover New Book 
This book profiles a wide variety of British, French, German, Austro-Hungarian and American aircraft, ranging from frontline stalwarts like the RE 8 and AR 1 to the swift Salmson 2A2 and the compact, fighter-like Halberstadt CL II. Oft-overshadowed by the fighters that either protected or threatened them, two-seater reconnaissance aircraft performed the oldest and most strategically vital aerial task of World War 1 - a task that required them to return with the intelligence they gathered at all costs. Bomber sorties were equally important and dangerous, and the very nature of both types of mission required going in harm's way. A surprising number of British, French and German two-seater teams managed to attain or exceed the five victories needed to achieve the acedom popularly associated with their single-seat nemeses, and in this book they receive their long-overdue recognition. Many high-scoring single-seat fighter aces also began their careers in two-seaters, particularly in the early stages of the conflict, and their exploits as either pilots or observers are detailed here too. 
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Richthofen: The Red Baron in Old Photographs, Louis Archard
6 Richthofen: The Red Baron in Old Photographs
Louis Archard UK Amberley Publishing 2014 1445633485 / 9781445633480 Soft cover New Book 
Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen, was the top ace of the First World War, with eighty confirmed victories. He is also one of the most famous fighter pilots of all time. A Prussian nobleman, he started the war as an officer in a Uhlan cavalry unit, serving on both the Eastern and Western fronts. In May 1915 he joined the flying service, initially as an observer then as a pilot, flying two-seaters. In August 1916, ace fighter pilot Oswald Boelcke recruited von Richthofen into a fighter squadron he was forming. He would later take command of Jasta 11, and then of Jagdgeschwader 1, the famous 'Flying Circus'. Manfred von Richthofen would be shot down and killed on 21 April 1918. Using period images with captions taken from von Richthofen's 1917 autobiography, Der Rote Kampfflieger, this book will illustrate his story 
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Avro Lancaster # Great Aircraft of World War II, Mike Spick
7 Avro Lancaster # Great Aircraft of World War II
Mike Spick UK Lorenz Books 2015 0754829979 / 9780754829973 Hardcover New Book 22.9 x 17.7 x 1.2 cm 
This is an illustrated guide shown in over 100 images. It is a fascinating history of the Avro Lancaster, from the first trials of the prototype at Boscombe Down in 1941 through to the famous Dambusters raids of 1943. It includes complete technical specifications detailing the Lancaster's dimensions, weights, power, fuel and oil, performance and armament. It features over 100 photographs of the Avro Lancaster in action, as well as a cutaway diagram showing the interior construction of this classic bomber aircraft. The Avro Lancaster was a truly outstanding combat aircraft of World War II. Lancasters formed the main equipment of the Pathfinder Force, and they pioneeered low-level marking and precision attacks. This expertly written handbook describes the Lancaster's design and development, and includes eye witness accounts from pilots who flew it in action. It explains how and why the Lancaster was developed, and includes information about the aircraft's specifications, gun turrets, bomb loads, the squadrons who flew it, and its dramatic bombing operations. Long after World War II, the Lancaster retains a mystique unequalled by any other bomber. 
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Ki-61 and Ki-100 Aces #114 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, Nicholas Millman
8 Ki-61 and Ki-100 Aces #114 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces
Nicholas Millman UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1780962959 / 9781780962955 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm Ronnie Olsthoorn 
This is the story of the elite Japanese Army Air force (JAAF) aces that flew the Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien (Swallow), and the Ki-100 Goshikisen in the Pacific Theatre of World War 2. The former, codenamed 'Tony' by the allies, was a technically excellent aircraft, possessing power, stability and a good rate of climb - differing radically from the usual Japanese philosophy of building light, ultra-manoeuvrable fighters. Its pilots soon realised, however, that the type was plagued by a number of dangerous mechanical issues. Then as the war moved relentlessly closer to Japan's doorstep, a desperate, expedient innovation to the Ki-61 airframe by fitting it with a radial instead of inline engine resulted in one of the finest fighters of World War 2 - the Ki-100. This book uses the latest findings to provide a gripping account of some of the most remarkable and hard-pressed fighter pilots of the war. It reveals how these men, unlike so many of their unfortunate late-war colleagues, could surprise Allied aircraft in high-performance fighters and claim successes in the face of enormous odds. 
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Ton-Up Lancs : A Photographic Record of the Thirty-Five RAF Lancasters that each completed One Hundred Sorties, Norman Franks
9 Ton-Up Lancs : A Photographic Record of the Thirty-Five RAF Lancasters that each completed One Hundred Sorties
Norman Franks UK Grub Street 2015 1909808261 / 9781909808263 Soft cover New Book 25.2 x 19.4 x 1.8 cm 
Ton-up Lancs is a welcome reassessment of a study which first appeared under the 'Claims to Fame' series. Since that publication years ago, information and photographs continued to be sent to and researched and collected by the author, so much so that a complete revision was necessary, with a new 100-sortie aircraft added to the list, and with many more photographs of the aircraft and men who flew in these very special Avro Lancs. Each aircraft's history is recorded, supported by stories from aircrew that flew them, along with what happened to them once - or if - they survived. The most famous is 'Queenie' (W5868), the only one still in existence and which can be seen in the Bomber Command Hall at the RAF Museum, Hendon. She, as with some others, has some controversial accounting regarding the actual number of operations flown, which the book covers in full. Such controversies can also be explained by the detailed listing of each raid flown by each pilot and crew during 1942-1945, on sorties all over Hitler's Third Reich, Northern Italy, during support missions before and after D-Day, as well as in attacking V1 rocket launcher sites in Northern France. There are also first-hand accounts of the experience of flying on ops, supported by over 200 photographs reproduced throughout the book, many from personal albums which have not been published before. 
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Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird #20 Air Vanguard, Paul F. Crickmore
10 Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird #20 Air Vanguard
Paul F. Crickmore UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472804929 / 9781472804921 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm 
Perhaps the most seaworthy flying boat ever built, the elegant, tri-motor Dornier Do 24 served with both the Allied and Axis forces in very different parts of the globe during World War II, garnering an excellent reputation along the way This study uses archival records, first-hand accounts and revealing photographs to illuminate the combat career of this remarkable aircraft for the first time in English. The German-built Do 24 was the Netherlands Navy's principal aerial asset during the Japanese invasion of the East Indies. While the survivors of that ordeal served in the Australian Air force, in occupied Holland and France production continued swiftly and the Do 24 equipped the German Air-Sea rescue service, whose crews loved and respected the machine. The type witnessed the rise and fall of the Luftwaffe over all the European seas, took part in the desperate evacuations of Wehrmacht troops on the Baltic in the face of the overwhelming Soviet advance, and was pressed out of service only with the withdrawal of Spanish Do 24s in 1969. This volume tells the long and eventful story of the faithful Do 24 in full. 
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Dornier Do 24 Units #110 Combat Aircraft, Peter de Jong
11 Dornier Do 24 Units #110 Combat Aircraft
Peter de Jong UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472805704 / 9781472805706 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm 
Perhaps the most seaworthy flying boat ever built, the elegant, tri-motor Dornier Do 24 served with both the Allied and Axis forces in very different parts of the globe during World War II, garnering an excellent reputation along the way This study uses archival records, first-hand accounts and revealing photographs to illuminate the combat career of this remarkable aircraft for the first time in English. The German-built Do 24 was the Netherlands Navy's principal aerial asset during the Japanese invasion of the East Indies. While the survivors of that ordeal served in the Australian Air force, in occupied Holland and France production continued swiftly and the Do 24 equipped the German Air-Sea rescue service, whose crews loved and respected the machine. The type witnessed the rise and fall of the Luftwaffe over all the European seas, took part in the desperate evacuations of Wehrmacht troops on the Baltic in the face of the overwhelming Soviet advance, and was pressed out of service only with the withdrawal of Spanish Do 24s in 1969. This volume tells the long and eventful story of the faithful Do 24 in full. 
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Phantom Boys: True Tales from UK Operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4, Richard Pike
12 Phantom Boys: True Tales from UK Operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4
Richard Pike UK Grub Street 2015 1909808229 / 9781909808225 Hardcover New Book 23.4 x 15.6 x 2.2 cm 
From Richard Pike, best-selling author of Hunter Boys and The Lightning Boys series comes the newest addition to Grub Street's popular Boys series; Phantom Boys. Originally developed for the US Navy, this twin-engined supersonic long-range fighter-bomber first flew in the spring of 1958. It then entered service for the US Navy in 1961, and in 1969 with the Fleet Air Arm and RAF in the UK. Regarded as one of the most versatile fighters ever built, the Phantom F-4 was the US Navy's fastest and highest-flying aircraft. It was flown by both US military demonstration teams (Navy Blue Angels and the Air Force Thundercats) from 1969 to 1973. It ended its service in 1991 with the RAF. But it continued to serve a variety of air forces across the world, with some still in service fifty years after its first flight. Throughout the twenty chapters of this book, thirteen contributors will take readers across the world with adventures in the Falkland Islands, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, the Far East and Germany. There are anecdotes of reconnaissance missions, encounters with the Russian Tupolevs, record-breaking flights and life on HMS Ark Royal.The scope, flair and pace of the writing in this book will appeal to the general reader as well as to the enthusiast. 
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A-3 Skywarrior Units of the Vietnam War #108 Osprey Combat Aircraft, Rick Morgan
13 A-3 Skywarrior Units of the Vietnam War #108 Osprey Combat Aircraft
Rick Morgan UK Osprey Publishing 2015 147280564X / 9781472805645 Soft cover New Book 
The Douglas A-3 Skywarrior, though something of a cult favourite, remains a largely unremarked classic of Naval Aviation. Built for nuclear weapon delivery, the A-3 made its name in Vietnam as a conventional bomber, tanker and Electronic Warfare platform. It was the largest aircraft ever regularly operated from the decks of aircraft carriers, earning it the fleet-wide nickname 'Whale'. It excelled in every mission area assigned to it and operated in the US Navy for more than four decades, from 1956 through to 1991. Fully illustrated to depict the incredible array of paint schemes and its awesome size, this volume focuses on the type's Vietnam service, which saw the aircraft briefly used as a bomber over both North and South Vietnam from March 1965, before the Skywarrior proved far more valuable as a multi-role tanker (KA-3B) and tanker/tactical jammer (EKA-3B). The title includes details on all of these operations as well as more clandestine reconnaissance missions, and provides information about the men that flew them. 
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Messerschmitt Bf 109 A-D Series #18 Osprey Air Vanguard, Robert Jackson
14 Messerschmitt Bf 109 A-D Series #18 Osprey Air Vanguard
Robert Jackson UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472804864 / 9781472804860 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm 
From the nascent days of the Spanish Civil War to the desperate, final defence of the stricken Reich, the Messerchmitt Bf 109 was the Luftwaffe's signature fighter. From the very beginning of its combat career it came to symbolize what could be achieved with a modern monoplane fighter aircraft, instilling fear and respect into Allied pilots wherever it was encountered. 35,000 of the ubiquitous Messerschmitts were eventually built, making it the most-produced fighter in history. This is the first Air Vanguard volume to cover the Bf 109, detailing models A-D. Featuring stunning aerial photos the title explores in depth the technical characteristics and combat performance of the early Bf 109s, including their combat debut in the Spanish Civil War, their employment in the invasion of Poland and showing how the type became one of the most famous names in aviation history. 
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Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-F Series #23 Osprey Air Vanguard, Robert Jackson
15 Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-F Series #23 Osprey Air Vanguard
Robert Jackson UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472804899 / 9781472804891 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm Adam Tooby 
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was one of the truly world class piston-engined fighters of World War II. This reputation rests largely with the E and F variants, which bore the brunt of the Luftwaffe's most important operations in World War II and shot down tens of thousands of Allied aircraft in the Battle of Britain, the Blitzkriegs across Europe and on the Eastern Front. This volume looks at the design and development history of these formidable warplanes, with a meticulous technical focus to reveal why the types were so effective. It explores the long process of tweaks to the E variant, and solutions to the many initial technical problems with the F, and how this development helped Willy Messerschmitt's promising Bf 109 design mature and fulfil its potential. 
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Fifty Years of Flying Fun, Rod Dean
16 Fifty Years of Flying Fun
Rod Dean UK Grub Street 2015 190980827X / 9781909808270 Hardcover New Book 24.2 x 16.5 x 3.2 cm 
Fifty Years of Flying Fun covers, in a roughly chronological order, over fifty continuous years of flying. This ranges from joining the RAF in 1962, through his intriguing first operational tour on Hunters in Aden, the early days of the Jaguar in Germany and, finally in the RAF, an almost outrageous two years flying the Jaguar and Hunter with the Sultan of Oman's Air Force. His subsequent civil flying has been exclusively in the General Aviation and flying display fields as a flying instructor and well known display pilot, including being involved in many varied and interesting display-related episodes. With in excess of 7,000 flying hours on 59 different types - and only one aircraft (Spencer Flack's Mustang) with a working autopilot - Rod gives a clear, and largely humorous, insight into the operation of a cross section of piston and jet engine vintage aircraft and his undoubted fifty years of fun since the first solo on 19 March 1963. Fifty Years of Flying Fun is not just a book for the aviation enthusiast, but for anyone wanting to learn about any aspect of flying history through the memoir of a man who lived through it all. 
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F4F Wildcat and F6F Hellcat Aces of VF-2 #125 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, Thomas McKelvey Cleaver
17 F4F Wildcat and F6F Hellcat Aces of VF-2 #125 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces
Thomas McKelvey Cleaver UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472805585 / 9781472805584 Soft cover New Book 
The first VF-2 was a prewar unit that had been dubbed the 'hottest outfit afloat' due to the skill of their non-commissioned pilots. This first unit only saw combat at the Battle of the Coral Sea, but VF-2 pilots flying Grumman F4F Wildcats were able to rack up 17 claims there during the bitter 48-hour period of fighting. The second 'Fighting Two' was armed with the new Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat fighter. Arriving in Hawaii in October 1943, the squadron so impressed Cdr Edward H 'Butch' O'Hare, the Medal of Honor winning first US Navy ace of World War 2, that he requested the squadron replace VF-6 in his Carrier Air Group 6 aboard USS Enterprise. No other US Navy unit created as many aces as VF-2, whose pilots went into action over the Carolines, Marianas, Guam, Iwo Jima and the Battle of the Philippines Sea. Using exquisite photographs and first-hand accounts from the elite fliers themselves, this volume tells the story of the ace pilots who comprised the original VF-2 and the second. 
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Valiant Boys: True Stories from the Operators of the UK's First Four-Jet Bomber, Tony Blackman and Anthony Wright
18 Valiant Boys: True Stories from the Operators of the UK's First Four-Jet Bomber
Tony Blackman and Anthony Wright UK Grub Street 2015 1909808210 / 9781909808218 Hardcover New Book 24.0 x 16.5 x 2.5 cm 
Following on from the success of Victor Boys and Vulcan Boys, Tony Blackman, in collaboration with Anthony Wright, brings you Valiant Boys to complete the V Force set. This is a fascinating collection of personal accounts of operating Britain's first V bomber by aircrew and ground crew. The book tells the story from the aircraft's birth taking off from Vickers' tiny airfield at Wisley near Brooklands to its premature death from fatigue. There are tales of testing atom bombs in the Australian desert, dropping hydrogen bombs in the middle of the Pacific and, as a complete contrast, attacking airfields with conventional bombs in Egypt during the very brief and abortive Suez campaign. We are reminded of how the Valiant provided the UK's first nuclear deterrent by always having some armed aircraft on stand-by twenty-four hours a day, supported by their air and ground crews, ready to be flown at a moment's notice on a one-way trip to launch an atomic war. Some Valiants were given a photographic role providing accurate images from high altitude and were used not only to gather military intelligence but also to survey the UK and countries overseas. Others were developed into flight refuelling tankers breaking point to point records before enabling Britain's fighter aircraft to be refuelled and fly anywhere in the world. This book completes Tony Blackman's trilogy of the three V bombers. As Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Michael Beetham makes it clear in his foreword: 'It is good to have a book written by aircrew and ground crew telling their stories and how they operated the aircraft so that all these things are recorded and not forgotten.' Not as well known as the Vulcan and Victor, the Valiant is often overlooked; this book will go a long way to redress the balance. 
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Ki-61 and Ki-100 Aces #114 Osprey Aircraft of the Aces, Nicholas Millman
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Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-F Series #23 Osprey Air Vanguard, Robert Jackson
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Avro Lancaster # Great Aircraft of World War II, Mike Spick
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Mike Spick
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Ton-Up Lancs : A Photographic Record of the Thirty-Five RAF Lancasters that each completed One Hundred Sorties, Norman Franks
Ton-Up Lancs : A Photographic Record of the Thirty-Five RAF Lancasters that each completed One Hundred Sorties
Norman Franks
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Valiant Boys: True Stories from the Operators of the UK's First Four-Jet Bomber, Tony Blackman and Anthony Wright
Valiant Boys: True Stories from the Operators of the UK's First Four-Jet Bomber
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Phantom Boys: True Tales from UK Operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4, Richard Pike
Phantom Boys: True Tales from UK Operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4
Richard Pike
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Fifty Years of Flying Fun, Rod Dean
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Rod Dean
49.95 AUD
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A-10 Thunderbolt II Units of Operation Enduring Freedom 2008-14 #111 Combat Aircraft, Gary Wetzel
A-10 Thunderbolt II Units of Operation Enduring Freedom 2008-14 #111 Combat Aircraft
Gary Wetzel
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