Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1975, Volume 2 - Bound in One Volume

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good


Features: NA-73X - first of a famous breed; RAF's Mustang 1; A-36 - Dive-Bombing Mustang; P-51 & P-51A - Early Development; P-51B & P-51C - The Razorbacks; ACQR Mustang Color Portfolio; P-51D - a sword in the heart of Germany; TP-51D - Mustang built for two; P-51H - last of the Mustangs; XP-51F/G/J - the Lightweights; Mustangs for the Air National Guard; Mustang People; The Early Days - developments that led to the birth of the mightiest sea-going weapon; The first carrier - the USS Langley; The New Breed - the Lexington and Saratoga and aircraft like the F4B and Helldiver controlled the seas in the 1930s; Carriers in Combat; The Post-War Carriers - they were kept busy with Korea, Vietnam and more; New Wings for the Fleet - upgrading carriers and their planes toward the year 2000; Listing of USN Carriers - a complete list of all USN carriers; The Stirrings of War; WWII - the Island War against the Japanese; ACQR Color Portfolio - 16 color pages; Leathernecks over Korea - MSMC vets meet again over Korea; Into the Jet Age - the Marines equip with jet aircraft; Master of Vertical Envelopment - USMC refines the methods of helicopter warfare; USMC in the 1970s - new aircraft boost its strength. Special issue devoted to the US Air Force Museum features articles on: how it was moved from Patterson Field to Wright Field; Color Portfolios; How the USAF made a Sopwith Camel; Saga of 33-324, a rare Douglas biplane; Restoring the last B-10; The last P-35; WWII; Royal Frey remembers; Shoo-Shoo Baby - the history of a B-17; Aircraft of the jet age; inventory listing; and more. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy.

Title: Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1975, Volume 2 - Bound in One Volume

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Challenge: 1975

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 759a4816

Keywords: Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1975, Volume 2 - Bound in One Volume NA-73X - first of a famous breed; RAF's Mustang 1; A-36 - Dive-Bombing Mustang; P-51 & P-51A - Early Development; P-51B & P-51C - The Razorbacks; ACQR Mustang Color Portfolio; P-51D - a sword in the heart of Germany; TP-51D - Mustang built for two; P-51H - last of the Mustangs; XP-51F/G/J - the Lightweights; Mustangs for the Air National Guard; Mustang People; The Early Days - developments that led to the birth of the mightiest sea-going weapon; The first carrier - the USS Langley; The New Breed - the Lexington and Saratoga and aircraft like the F4B and Helldiver controlled the seas in the 1930s; Carriers in Combat; The Post-War Carriers - they were kept busy with Korea, Vietnam and more; New Wings for the Fleet - upgrading carriers and their planes toward the year 2000; Listing of USN Carriers - a complete list of all USN carriers; The Stirrings of War; WWII - the Island War against the Japanese; ACQR Color Portfolio - 16 color pages; Leathernecks over Korea - MSMC vets meet again over Korea; Into the Jet Age - the Marines equip with jet aircraft; Master of Vertical Envelopment - USMC refines the methods of helicopter warfare; USMC in the 1970s - new aircraft boost its strength. Special issue devoted to the US Air Force Museum features articles on: how it was moved from Patterson Field to Wright Field; Color Portfolios; How the USAF made a Sopwith Camel; Saga of 33-324, a rare Douglas biplane; Restoring the last B-10; The last P-35; WWII; Royal Frey remembers; Shoo-Shoo Baby - the history of a B-17; Aircraft of the jet Age,