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Canadian Silver Star. The CL-30 'T-Bird' in Canadian and Overseas Service 1951-2005 (Can 002).
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Canadian Silver Star. The CL-30 \'T-Bird\' in Canadian and Overseas Service 1951-2005 (Can 002).
The Pat Martin from Canada has written a fantastic book about the CL-30 Silver Star, the Canadair license built version of the T-33A Shooting Star, in Canadian and international (Bolivia, Turkey, France, Portugal and Greece) services. Lots of great images, especially from the early years of CL-30 service and a plethora of background information make this book a must have for the enthusiast interested in the Canadian Air Force.
With color profiles and more than 300 hitherto unpublished photographs.
From the content:
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Dedication
Acknowledgements
Readers Notes
Phraseology
Abbreviation List
Shooting Star
The Jet Start
The Opposition – The Luftwaffe Threat
A Star is Born – P-80 Shooting Star
Designing the P-80
XP-80A
YP-80A
P-80
TP-80C
T-33A
F-94
Total Production
Selection
Post War Expansion
Korea
Clunks and Sabres
Getting the Program Going
Silver Star Mk.1 – Twenty
T-33A – Ten
Nene 10
Silver Star Mk.2
Production
Canadair
Silver Star Mk.3
Silver Star Mk.3PT – Pilot Trainer
Silver Star Mk.3AT – Armament Trainer
Canadian Conversions
CEPE Pacer
Ejection Seat Trials
Silver Star Mk.3PT – Pilot Trainer
Silver Star Mk.3AT – Armament Trainer
Silver Star Mk.3PR – Photo Reconnaissance
Target Towing
Search
National Research Council
DPT-1
Jamming in the Eighties
Electronic Support and Training - CE-133
Silver Star Avionics Update Project
CX-133
Canadian Service
NATO Air Training Plan
Training with the Silver Star
Winding Down
Enter the Tutor
Unification
New Serials
End of Training Command
Combat Support Squadrons
Avionics Update Project – AUP
The End Game
Summary – The Inventory and Losses
Canadian Finish & Markings
VC Era
AB+3 Era
RCAF+3 Era
New-Leaf Era
CAF Era
Symmetrical Era
FIP Era
Royal Canadian Navy
Display Aircraft
Exports
Bolivia
France
Greece
Portugal
Turkey
Airframe
Technical description
Performance
When is a T-Bird not a Silver Star?
Nose
Fuselage
Engine
Wings and Gear
Unit Histories
Operational Units
Utility-Reserve Units
Royal Canadian Navy
Training Units
Colour Profiles
Appendices
Main Operating Bases
After Canadian Military Service
Maintenance Airframes
Storage Locations
The Bolivian enigma
Individual Aircraft Histories

Author(s): Patrick Martin
Publisher: AirDoc
Pages: 236
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2019
Dimensions: 29,7 x 21 cm
Binding: Softcover
Weight: 1.10 kg
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