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  • Instruction Manual for Ford Trimotor Airplane

    6x9" 116 Pages Instruction Manual for Ford Trimotor AirplaneFirst produced in 1925, the Ford Trimotor had an immediate impact on commercial aviation, enabling Transcontinental Air Transport to launch coast-to-coast service...

    $14.95 $9.95

  • Messerschmitt BF-109E Pilot Manual

    8.5x11" 126 Pages Designed by famed engineer Willy Messerschmitt, the BF 109 scored more kills than any other aircraft in WWII. It flew as a fighter, bomber escort, interceptor, ground attack platform, and recon...

    $23.95 $16.95

  • P-38 Lightning Pilot Manual

    8x10" 78 Pages Originally designed as a high-altitude interceptor, the P-38 was the first U.S. fighter of WWII to compare favorably with the Spitfire and Me-109. The twin-tailed, single seat "Fork Tailed Devil" carried...

    $20.95 $13.95

  • P-39 Airacobra Pilot Manual

    8.5x11" 117 Pages The P-39 Airacobra was designed by Bell's brilliant engineer, Robert Woods. The plane featured a mid-engine design, intended to allow it to carry a lethal 37mm cannon in the nose. An all-metal,...

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  • P-40 Warhawk Pilot Manual

    8x10" 94 Pages Flown by the American Volunteer Group in China known as the "Flying Tigers", the P-40 Warhawk earned a reputation for its toughness in combat. Facing odds of 6 to 1 in most combat situations, AVG pilots...

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  • P-47 Thunderbolt Pilot Manual

    8x10" 55 Pages Known as the "Jug" because of its fuselage shape, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt flew in every theatre of WWII except Alaska. Nearly 13,000 were built by war's end. The large aircraft carrier eight...

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  • P-51 Mustang Pilot Manual

    8x10" 112 Pages Used primarily as a long-range bomber escort in raids over Germany, the North American P-51 Mustang earned a reputation for toughness and agility in dogfights. Carrying a two-stage supercharged V-12...

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  • P-61 Black Widow Pilot Manual

    8.5x11" 86 Pages The heavily armed P-61 Black Widow was the U.S. Army Air Force's first dedicated night fighter. Equipped with radar, four .50 caliber machine guns and four 20mm. cannons, the Widow was a fearsome...

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  • PBY Catalina Flying Boat Pilot Manual

    8x10" 114 Pages One of the most widely-used multi-role aircraft of WWII, the Consolidated PBY Catalina was a flying boat to be reckoned with. They were used as anti- submarine warfare platforms in the Atlantic, and...

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  • PT-13D / N2S-5 Stearman Pilot Manual

    8x10" 38 Pages Stearman's Kaydet biplane first flew in 1934, and in 1935 the U.S. Navy acquired the aircraft for use as trainers. Within a year the U.S. Army Air Corps followed suit, buying 26 of the airplanes from...

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  • PT-19, PT-23 and PT-26 Pilot Manual

    8x10" 50 Pages As late as 1940, the majority of Army Air Force trainees received flight lessons in biplanes such as the PT-17. The advent of high-performance combat aircraft led the USAAF to seek a new plane for primary...

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  • RAF Bristol Beaufighter Pilot Manual

    8x10" 105 Pages Known as the "Beau", Bristol's Beaufighter was based on the design of the Beaufort torpedo bomber. Heavy and slow by fighter standards, it nevertheless had a long career as a fighter, fighter bomber and...

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  • RAF Hornet FIII Pilot Manual

    5x8" 60 Pages Designed during WWII as a long-range fighter, the Hornet represented an evolution of the de Havilland Mosquito and was the fastest piston-powered fighter in Royal Air Force service. Like the Mosquito, ...

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  • RAF Hurricane Pilot Manual

    8.5x11" 50 Pages The Hawker Hurricane flew in the Battle of Britain against the German Luftwaffe. While Spitfires took on Nazi fighters, the Hurricanes assaulted enemy bombers. Between 8 August and 21 September 1940...

    $18.95 $11.95

  • RAF Mosquito Pilot Manual

    5x8" 52 Pages When Britain's brilliant aircraft designer Geoffrey de Havilland first proposed the Mosquito, the Air Ministry greeted the idea with skepticism. Powered by twin Merlin engines, the bomber would be constructed...

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  • RAF Pilot's Notes for Lancaster I, III & X

    6x9" 60 Pages Royal Air Force Pilot's Notes for Lancaster I, III & XDesigned by Avro's Roy Chadwick to replace the Manchester, the Lancaster four-engine bomber became the RAF's main heavy bomber during WWII. The most...

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  • RAF Pilot's Notes for Spitfire IIA and IIB

    5x8" 90 Pages             Royal Air Force Pilot's Notes for Spitfire IIA and IIB AeroplanesThe epitome of grace, beauty and design, the Supermarine Spitfire was...

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  • RAF Spitfire Pilot Manual

    8x10" 284 Pages The epitome of grace, beauty and design, the Supermarine Spitfire was one of the most deadly fighters of WWII. The Spitfire prototype, designed by Supermarine's Chief Designer R.J. Mitchell, first flew...

    $29.95 $22.95

  • SB2C Helldiver Pilot Manual

    8.5x11" 130 Pages Known by the men who flew it as "The Beast", the Curtiss SB2C Helldiver was nearly 37 feet long with a wingspan approaching 50 feet. Powered by a 1900 hp Wright engine, the plane was considered...

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  • SB2U-3 Vindicator Pilot Manuall

    8.5x11" 36 Pages The first all-metal, carrier-based dive bomber in the U.S. Navy, Vought's SB2U-3 Vindicator entered service in 1937. The plane also flew with the U.S. Marine Corps beginning in March, 1941. By that time...

    $18.95 $11.95

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