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  1. Military Aircraft Markings 2022 By Howard J Curtis

    First published in the 1970s, Military Aircraft Markings has become an indispensable annual publication for aircraft enthusiasts, historians and students of military aviation. At the heart of Military Aircraft Markings is the most complete listing of all the aircraft of the UK Armed Forces; the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, Army and associated units. For each entry the military serial, aircraft type, unit/operator and usual base are given.

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  2. Military Aircraft Markings 2021

    First published in the 1970s, Military Aircraft Markings has become an indispensable annual publication for aircraft enthusiasts, historians and students of military aviation.

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  3. Civil Aircraft Markings 2022 By Allan S Wright

    The new 2022 edition of this best-selling annual publication builds on the long history and heritage of the title. First published in 1950, this will be, remarkably, the 73rd edition of Civil Aircraft Markings. When it appeared all those years ago, the book quickly achieved the status it still retains as the go-to source for up-to-date information on the rapidly changing world of civil aviation.

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  4. Wrecks & Relics 28th Edition By Ken Ellis

    Now remarkably in its 28th edition, ever since it was first published in the 1960s every edition of Wrecks & Relics has been eagerly sought after by aviation enthusiasts, restorers and curators alike. It is renowned as the go-to source charting the highlights, changes and trends in the preservation of the aviation heritage of the British Isles. With in-depth coverage of more than 700 locations across the UK and Ireland, it charts over 5,000 aircraft including their potted histories, build and arrival dates.

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  5. The Merlin Engine Spitfires Handbook

    Few can have imagined, when Rolls Royce first ran its new PV-12 aero engine in 1933, that the soon re-named Merlin would go on to be the most famous engine in the world.

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  6. Flying Wings And Radical Things

    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. 

    This item is currently out of stock and will be available in October.

    *Please note date may be subject to change.

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  7. Famous Russian Fighter Mikoyan MIG-17

    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. Propliners of The World Part 1

    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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  9. Propliners of The World Part 2

    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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    From the German Fokker Triplane of World War I and the Allied SPAD XIII, through famous World War II adversaries such as the Hurricane and the Bf 109, to modern aircraft, including the MiG-29 and the F-16, Dogfight looks at warplanes that have done aerial battle against each other. Illustrations display each aircraft with spectacular three-quarter-view art, accompanied by detailed specifications and development history--including the particular squadron associated with that model.

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    Find out how a pilot was instructed in flying a Battle of Britain fighter, using the original Pilot's Notes for the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane, as well as Air Ministry flying notes on captured Messerschmitt Bf 109s.

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    Reprinted from a 1944 manual by the US War Department issued to soldiers as a handbook for use during the Second World War, including an extended introduction setting the vehicle in its context.

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