Air Combat Magazine, Volume 9, 1981, All Issues Bound in One Volume

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Condition: Very Good


Features: Contemporary happenings in the military aerospace world; HMS Invincible; Re-Engined 135 - Re-engining of the existing KC-135 tanker fleet may mean operation into the next century; HiMAT - this flying test bed is used to develop combat aircraft of the future; New York's Finest - visiting with the Voodoos of the 107th Fighter Interceptor Group; MiG Killer - an interview with a Marine fighter pilot; Greeks over Britain - the first ever visit by Royal Hellenic A-7s to Britain; Corsair II Markings; Lone Eagles - Hungarian Ju 88s battle the Russians during WWII; Turbo Trojan - flying the North American YAT-28E Turbo Trojan; Lightning Deployment - Royal Air Force Lightnings deploy for combat practice; Farnborough military report; Flugtag at Ramstein; Vought's Rugged Corsair II - part II of a markings feature on the Corsair II; "The Face of God" - the life and times of North Vietnam's leading ace; School for Aces - leadership program for NATO pilots; Sea Harrier goes operational; New tanker for the Navy - Modified Convair 8E80; Jaguars meet the Eagles - how California's 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing won top honours at the 1980 William Tell meet; RAF's new helicopter - the Chinook; Lizard fighting Falcon - experimental paint scheme for the F-16; Bear Intercept! - how the USAF Phantoms intercept and track Soviet Bears that prowl the North Atlantic shipping lanes; Canadair's Tutor - the rugged Canadian training aircraft shows no signs of slowing down; Salute to the Skyraider; Navy accepts first operational Hornet; These two pilots have recorded over 1,000 flying hours each in the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird; Falcons of Georgia - History of Reserve Squadron VA-205; Igloo White - how we listened to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in stereo; Angel of another color - a new paint scheme for the Blue Angels aircraft; Fighting Falcon for Export - re-engined F-16 planned for sale to smaller countries; Marines fighting helicopters - how the USMC developed the helicopter into a fighting machine for aerial envelopment; Stratojet - looking back at the USAF's Boeing B-47 bomber; Scratch five MiGs - the story behind the only enemy aircraft ever destroyed by the Boeing B-52; Mirages over Spain - an exclusive look at a rarely illustrated fighter operated by the Spanish Air Force; Down by not out - last flight or new future for the B-1?; An old-fashioned dogfight - aerial combat during the early days of the Vietnam war were not unlike some of the free-wheeling fights of WWII; A time for change - the changing look in USN aircraft camouflage; New Sea Harrier Squadron - Fleet Arm Air takes on another Sea Harrier unit; The Aggressors - these specially tasked units are some of the most unique in the USAF; Tigershark - Detailed portrait of Northrop's new fighter; Mirage IIIE in Spanish Service; Strike Command - can the RAF's Strike Command stop Soviet air strikes in Britain and Europe?; Fists of the Fleet - a close look at the markings of USN Phantoms and Tomcats; Blowtorch built for two - the life and times of the two TF-86 training Sabres. Privately bound in blue hard cover.

Title: Air Combat Magazine, Volume 9, 1981, All Issues Bound in One Volume

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Aviation, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Challenge: 1981

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 759a4819

Keywords: Air Combat Magazine, Volume 9, 1981, All Issues Bound in One Volume Contemporary happenings in the military aerospace world; HMS Invincible; Re-Engined 135 - Re-engining of the existing KC-135 tanker fleet may mean operation into the next century; HiMAT - this flying test bed is used to develop combat aircraft of the future; New York's Finest - visiting with the Voodoos of the 107th Fighter Interceptor Group; MiG Killer - an interview with a Marine fighter pilot; Greeks over Britain - the first ever visit by Royal Hellenic A-7s to Britain; Corsair II Markings; Lone Eagles - Hungarian Ju 88s battle the Russians during WWII; Turbo Trojan - flying the North American YAT-28E Turbo Trojan; Lightning Deployment - Royal Air Force Lightnings deploy for combat practice; Farnborough military report; Flugtag at Ramstein; Vought's Rugged Corsair II - part II of a markings feature on the Corsair II; "The Face of God" - the life and times of North Vietnam's leading ace; School for Aces - leadership program for NATO pilots; Sea Harrier goes operational; New tanker for the Navy - Modified Convair 8E80; Jaguars meet the Eagles - how California's 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing won top honours at the 1980 William Tell meet; RAF's new helicopter - the Chinook; Lizard fighting Falcon - experimental paint scheme for the F-16; Bear Intercept! - how the USAF Phantoms intercept and track Soviet Bears that prowl the North Atlantic shipping lanes; Canadair's Tutor - the rugged Canadian training aircraft shows no signs of slowing down; Salute to the Skyraider; Navy accepts first operational Hornet; These two pilots have recorded over 1, 000 flying hours each in the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird; Falcons of Georgia - History of Reserve Squadron VA-205; Igloo White - how we listened to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in stereo; Angel of another color - a new paint scheme for the Blue Angels aircraft; Fighting Falcon for Export - re-engined F-16 planned for sale to smaller countries; Marines fighting helicopters - how the USMC developed the helicopter into a fighting machine for aerial envelopment; Stratojet - looking back at the USAF's Boeing B-47 bomber; Scratch five MiGs - the story behind the only enemy aircraft ever destroyed by the Boeing B-52; Mirages over Spain - an exclusive look at a rarely illustrated fighter operated by the Spanish Air Force; Down by not out - last flight or new future for the B-1?; An old-fashioned dogfight - aerial combat during the early days of the Vietnam war were not unlike some of the free-wheeling fights of WWII; A time for change - the changing look in USN aircraft camouflage; New Sea Harrier Squadron - Fleet Arm Air takes on another Sea Harrier unit; The Aggressors - these specially tasked units are some of the most unique in the USAF; Tigershark - Detailed portrait of Northrop's new fighter; Mirage IIIE in Spanish Service; Strike Command - can the RAF's Strike Command stop Soviet air strikes in Britain and Europe?; Fists of the Fleet - a close look at the markings of USN Phantoms and Tomcats; Blowtorch built for two - the life and times of the two TF-86 training Sabres,