Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 13, 14 and 15 (1980-81) Bound in One Volume

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

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Condition: Fine


Features: Dr. Dornier's great white wall - the story of the Do X 12-engined flying-boat; Fighters of the Cross of Christ - the growth of fighter squadrons in the Portuguese Air Force from 1940 to 1952; Ilyushin's Proliferous Shturmovic - II - 2nd and concluding part of ana article on the Ilyushin II-2/11-10 family; Miles M.52 - the supersonic dream - the sad story of Britain's first supersonic aircraft design; Fokker's Trimotors go to war - the use of the F VIIb-3m and other Fokker trimotors in the Spanish civil war; Old Rhinebeck's new dolphin - Cole Palen's Sopwith Dolpin replica; World's fastest mustangs - the Reno Races; Under Cover of Darkness - flying the Wellington operationally during WWII; An airline at war - the Sabena fleet from 1939 to 1945; Boeing's Fighter Finale - the detailed story of the P-26 "Peashooter"; TSR 2 - yesterday's auction to tomorrow's problem - the first fully-detailed technical description of the still-controversial TSR 2; Constellation - Lockheed's "Queen of the Skies" - an account of the origins and subsequent commercial development of the Constellation family; Back from the Graveyard - tells the story of the only surviving F4U-7 version of the famed Corsair fighter; A Revelation - HP's Flying Suitcase - wartime operations in one of the important, but less notable of the RAF's bombers of the 'thirties generation'; Biplanes for the Fliegertruppe - the first German biplanes to enter service in WW1 - the Halberstadt D series; Resuce at Ban Phanop - how the USAF flew 336 sorties in three days, in the effort to save the crew of a Phantom shot down over Vietnam; Supermarine 510 and Hawker P.1052 - the lives and times of Britain's first swept-wing jets; Halifax - bomber command's second string - the story of the Handley Page bomber that always came just second to its contemporaries; Talkback - reader comment on past issues; C-class boats at war - the operational use of Short C-Class flying-boats in the RAAF; Skymaster Story - a history of the Douglas Commercial No 4 and its military counterpart, the C-54; Mustangs in Korea - the operational use of the F-51 Mustang in Korea by units of the USAF, SAAF and RAAF; The First Fighting Spads - a highly-detailed account of the evolution, production and service use of the Spad 7. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. A lovely copy.

Title: Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 13, 14 and 15 (1980-81) Bound in One Volume

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: UK, Fine Scroll: 1981

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Fine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 759a4817

Keywords: Air Enthusiast Magazine - Issues 13, 14 and 15 (1980-81) Bound in One Volume Dr. Dornier's great white wall - the story of the Do X 12-engined flying-boat; Fighters of the Cross of Christ - the growth of fighter squadrons in the Portuguese Air Force from 1940 to 1952; Ilyushin's Proliferous Shturmovic - II - 2nd and concluding part of ana article on the Ilyushin II-2/11-10 family; Miles M.52 - the supersonic dream - the sad story of Britain's first supersonic aircraft design; Fokker's Trimotors go to war - the use of the F VIIb-3m and other Fokker trimotors in the Spanish civil war; Old Rhinebeck's new dolphin - Cole Palen's Sopwith Dolpin replica; World's fastest mustangs - the Reno Races; Under Cover of Darkness - flying the Wellington operationally during WWII; An airline at war - the Sabena fleet from 1939 to 1945; Boeing's Fighter Finale - the detailed story of the P-26 "Peashooter"; TSR 2 - yesterday's auction to tomorrow's problem - the first fully-detailed technical description of the still-controversial TSR 2; Constellation - Lockheed's "Queen of the Skies" - an account of the origins and subsequent commercial development of the Constellation family; Back from the Graveyard - tells the story of the only surviving F4U-7 version of the famed Corsair fighter; A Revelation - HP's Flying Suitcase - wartime operations in one of the important, but less notable of the RAF's bombers of the 'thirties generation'; Biplanes for the Fliegertruppe - the first German biplanes to enter service in WW1 - the Halberstadt D series; Resuce at Ban Phanop - how the USAF flew 336 sorties in three days, in the effort to save the crew of a Phantom shot down over Vietnam; Supermarine 510 and Hawker P.1052 - the lives and times of Britain's first swept-wing jets; Halifax - bomber command's second string - the story of the Handley Page bomber that always came just second to its contemporaries; Talkback - reader comment on past issues; C-class boats at war - the operational use of Short C-Class flying-boats in the RAAF; Skymaster Story - a history of the Douglas Commercial No 4 and its military counterpart, the C-54; Mustangs in Korea - the operational use of the F-51 Mustang in Korea by units of the USAF, SAAF and RAAF; The First Fighting Spads - a highly-detailed account of the evolution, production and service use of the Spad 7,