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  1. HAYNES RAF V-FORCE MANUAL
    £25.00
    The term ‘V bomber’ was used for RAF aircraft (Vickers Valiant,Handley Page Victor and Avro Vulcan) during the 1950s and 1960s that comprised the UK’s strategic nuclear strike force known officially as the V-Force. Learn More
  2. BATTLE OF BRITAIN TRILOGY PILOTS NOTE
    £12.95

    Accurate facsimile editions of the original Air Ministry Pilot's Notes issued to aircrew for military aircraft types.

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  3. CONVAIR DELTAS
    £23.99

    Convair Deltas: From SeaDart to Hustler tells the compelling story of America's aerospace industry in its heyday, when manufacturers boldly took the initiative to explore futuristic new designs by actually building and test flying airplanes to determine how well they would work, if at all. 

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  4. KILLER RAYS
    £29.99

    Killer Rays is the definitive work on the history of the U.S. Navy's only operational delta-wing aircraft, the revolutionary Douglas F4D Skyray and its more advanced variant, the F5D Skylancer. Author Mark Frankel unlocks secrets of delta-wing design and covers the intense rivalry between the Navy's F4D and Air Force F-102 in the 1950s.

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  5. US COMBAT AIRCRAFT FLY-OFF COMPETITIONS
    £32.95

    Since the first days of rivalry between the Wright Brothers and Glenn Curtiss, aircraft manufacturers have been vying for lucrative military aircraft contracts and competing for prized long-term production runs. As a result, many advanced and now legendary aircraft have been designed, built, and flown in every generation of aviation development.

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  6. FLYING WINGS AND RADICAL THINGS
    £32.95

    John K. "Jack" Northrop and the company he founded in 1939, Northrop Aircraft, Inc., will be forever linked with the giant futuristic Flying Wings of the 1940s. 

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  7. 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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  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. 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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