Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Book Condition: Good


Features: We shall never surrender - a look at the vintage planes flown by the RAF and FAA; The RAF's first jet fighter - a close look at the Gloster Meteor - in service for nearly thirty years!; De Havilland's Vampire - was England's first single engine jet fighter; Sea Hawk - the FAA's first modern jet fighter; The Hunter - Hawker's Classic Jet Fighter; The Delta Javelin; Blackburn's Battling Buccaneer; Two for the Sea - the venom and the vixen, protectors of the fleet; Twin-Engine Lightning - one of the first interceptors ever built; Phantom - the F-4K and F-4M help modernize the FAA and RAF; Harrier - the world's only operational VTOL aircraft; the early machines flown by the American military; the idea of a small easily stored fighter fascinated early designers; the Fledglings - the early Boeing fighters led the way to more modern warplanes; The elegant Curtiss Hawks - Curtiss kept its Hawk series of fighters in action for 20 years; Boeing's Battling Biplanes - a close look at the famous F4B/P-12 series of bi-winged fighters; XF7B-1 - Boeing's Model 273 boasted many new features; The fighters of Berliner Joyce - a company that is now almost unknown produced a number of reliable fighters; Grumman's Flying Barrels - Grumman's early biplanes firmly established their lead with naval fighters; P-26 Peashooter, first of the modern fighters; Some little-known fighters; Rumblings of Mars - surviving examples of the P-35, P-36, and P-64 are rare; P-38 Lightning; The Cobras - the unusual Bell P-39 and P-63 are virtually extinct types; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part One; P-40 Hawks; P-47 Thunderbolt; P-51 Mustang; Wildcat; Corsair; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part Two; Hellcat; Tigercat; Bearcat; Joe McConnell - Top Korea Ace; Thunderjet over Korea; The Last Thunderstreak; Lost at Sea - dramatic naval aircraft accident photos on the high seas; Skyraider - the best all-around airplane of the bloody Korean War; Korean Invaders; Leatherneck Corsairs over Korea - a pictorial essay; 'Mayday, I've been hit!" - a young naval pilot's experiences during the Korean War; Sea Fury MiG Tangler - the Hawker Sea Fury distinguished itself vs. the MiG; Flying the F-82 in Combat; Project Firefly - the Gooney Bird; The Mustang's Last Stand - the (P)F-51 Mustang reached the twilight of its combat career above Korea; The Sabre Saga; The Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star's Short-Lived Glory - it was no match for the MiG-15 over Korea; Flying the F-82 in Combat; and more. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy.

Title: Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume

Author Name: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Challenge: 1974

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 759A4815

Keywords: Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume vintage planes flown by the RAF and FAA; The RAF's first jet fighter - a close look at the Gloster Meteor - in service for nearly thirty years!; De Havilland's Vampire - was England's first single engine jet fighter; Sea Hawk - the FAA's first modern jet fighter; The Hunter - Hawker's Classic Jet Fighter; The Delta Javelin; Blackburn's Battling Buccaneer; Two for the Sea - the venom and the vixen, protectors of the fleet; Twin-Engine Lightning - one of the first interceptors ever built; Phantom - the F-4K and F-4M help modernize the FAA and RAF; Harrier - the world's only operational VTOL aircraft; the early machines flown by the American military; the idea of a small easily stored fighter fascinated early designers; the Fledglings - the early Boeing fighters led the way to more modern warplanes; The elegant Curtiss Hawks - Curtiss kept its Hawk series of fighters in action for 20 years; Boeing's Battling Biplanes - a close look at the famous F4B/P-12 series of bi-winged fighters; XF7B-1 - Boeing's Model 273 boasted many new features; The fighters of Berliner Joyce - a company that is now almost unknown produced a number of reliable fighters; Grumman's Flying Barrels - Grumman's early biplanes firmly established their lead with naval fighters; P-26 Peashooter, first of the modern fighters; Some little-known fighters; Rumblings of Mars - surviving examples of the P-35, P-36, and P-64 are rare; P-38 Lightning; The Cobras - the unusual Bell P-39 and P-63 are virtually extinct types; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part One; P-40 Hawks; P-47 Thunderbolt; P-51 Mustang; Wildcat; Corsair; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part Two; Hellcat; Tigercat; Bearcat; Joe McConnell - Top Korea Ace; Thunderjet over Korea; The Last Thunderstreak; Lost at Sea - dramatic naval aircraft accident photos on the high seas; Skyraider - the best all-around airplane of the bloody Korean War; Korean Invaders; Leatherneck Corsairs over Korea - a pictorial essay; 'Mayday, I've been hit!" - a young naval pilot's experiences during the Korean War; Sea Fury MiG Tangler - the Hawker Sea Fury distinguished itself vs. the MiG; Flying the F-82 in Combat; Project Firefly - the Gooney Bird; The Mustang's Last Stand - the (P)F-51 Mustang reached the twilight of its combat career above Korea; The Sabre Saga; The Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star's Short-Lived Glory - it was no match for the MiG-15 over Korea; Flying the F-82,