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  1. LOCKHEED SR-71 BLACKBIRD HAYNES MANUAL
    £22.99

    Throughout its 34-year Cold War career with the USAF and CIA, the top secret Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane was the world's fastest and highest-flying operational manned aircraft.

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  2. HAWKER P1127 KESTREL AND HARRIER BY TONY BUTLER
    £20.00

    The development of high-performance vertical take-off aeroplanes has proved to be one of the landmarks of aviation history, showcasing the best of British design and innovation.

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  3. LANCASTER BY OSPREY
    £8.39

    Developed from the underperforming twin-engined Manchester, the Avro Lancaster was the RAF's most successful heavy bomber of World War II, forming the backbone of Bomber Command during the large-scale night bombing campaign against occupied Europe. 

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  4. TESTING TORNADO BY J DAVID EAGLES AFC
    £16.99

    It was early Cold War days when 17-year-old David Eagles applied to the Fleet Air Arm hoping to be a fighter pilot for his national service. He little imagined the career that would follow.

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  5. PROPLINERS OF THE WORLD PART 2
    £12.95

    Propliners of the World Part 2 by Gerry Manning

    Part 2 Includes water bombers, cargo and South American operations.

    Includes the water bombing Convair CV 580 and Lockheed P-2 Neptune through the cargo hauling Curtiss C-46, Douglas DC-4 and Russian-built Antonov AN-12 to South America’s enduring pleasure flight DC-3s and Antonov AN-32s.

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  6. PROPLINERS OF THE WORLD PART 1
    £12.95

    Covers 75 years of the Douglas DC-3 and its turboprop conversions through de Havilland Canada’s ageless pair of Beaver 18 and Twin Otter to classic aircraft such as the Douglas DC-7 and German-built Junkers Ju.52.

     

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  7. MILES M.52 BY TONY BUTTLER
    £24.95

    As early as 1943 it became apparent that supersonic flight might be an achievable goal – but not for the propeller-driven aircraft of the day. Spurred on by secret intelligence of a German supersonic long-range bomber project, work began on a British secret research aircraft that would potentially be the first manned aircraft to break through the ‘sound barrier’. 

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  8. FRENCH SECRETS PROJECT 1
    £27.50

    Following World War II France made determined efforts to catch-up with other countries in developing high-performance aircraft and designed successful machines to fulfil the needs of the Armée de l’Air, the Marine Nationale and compete in export markets. 

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  9. FAMOUS RUSSIAN FIGHTER MIKOYAN MIG-17
    £39.95

    Starting in the mid-1950s, and for nearly two decades thereafter, the MiG-17P, MiG-17PF and MiG-17PFU (the latter version was armed with air-to-air missiles) were the most widespread interceptors in the Soviet Air Defence Force. 

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