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This book is a true modeller’s reference, covering all aspects of the MiG-15 from production to service use in a concise and accessible way. The text description is well supported with line diagrams and photographs to highlight the many changes made over
he F3D was designed as a carrier-based all-weather fighter aircraft. It saw service with the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. While it never achieved the fame of the F-86 Sabre or other contemporary aircraft, it downed several MiG-15s.
An illustrated history of the evolution of the most famous World War Two jet fighter aircraft, the Me 262A. All the prototype and production versions are described and illustrated.
The Boulton Paul Defiant is one Britain's most famous night fighter aircraft. First used as a day, then night during the Battle of Britain; and thus saw service as an auxuilary aircraft.
An illustrated technical history of the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter supersonic interceptor and fighter-bomber. One of the Century Series of aircraft, it was operated by the air forces of more than a dozen nations from 1958 to 2004.
The illustrated technical history of the most famous Japanese warplane of World War Two. The different versions of the plane, from the 1940 prototypes to the final aircraft of 1945 are described and illustrated.
The Hurricane was the RAF’s first monoplane fighter, and was the most numerous RAF fighter during the Battle of Britain. In 1940, more than half the German planes shot down were destroyed by Hurricanes.
This is the fully illustrated story of the early 'Razorback' versions of the Thunderbolt, from the P-47B to the P-47D-22. The book features scale plans, photographs and original drawings from technical manuals, superb colour illustrations of camouflage an
The Saab 29, called “Flygande Tunnan” (English: "The flying barrel") was a Swedish fighter designed and manufactured by SAAB in the 1940s. It was Sweden's second turbojet-powered combat aircraft.
An illustrated history of the evolution of the 'Emil' version of Germany's most famous World War Two fighter aircraft:
How the Bf 109 E changed during production from 1936 to 1941.