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Historic Naval Aircraft: From the Pages of Naval History Magazine (Photographic Histories)
by Norman Polmar
Binding: Paperback, 192 pages
Publisher: Potomac Books Inc.
Weight: 1 pound
Dimension: H: 0.5 x L: 10.8 x W: 8.4 inches
ISBN 10: 1574887661
ISBN 13: 9781574887662
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Book Description:
Norman Polmar s book is a behind the scenes look at thirty two important U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircraft. These entries are based on the author s 'Historic Aircraft' column, appearing in Naval History. The aircraft selected, some famous and others virtually unknown, represent a mix of types: fighters, dive bombers, patrol planes, transports, trainers, and helicopters, including the Pitcairn XOP 1 autogiro, the first rotary wing aircraft to be operated by the Navy and Marines. They span the period from the Vought VE 7, the first type to take off from the Navy s first carrier, the USS Langley, in 1922, through the Grumman A 6 Intruder, which flew in the Vietnam and Persian Gulf Wars before being retired from service in 1996. Prominently featured also are the classic aircraft that the Navy and Marines flew to victory in World War II. Combining technical detail with the human dramas of flight and aerial combat, Polmar makes each historic aircraft literally fly off the pages. This book is a must have for every aviation enthusiast.

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