American Aircraft Development of WW II. Special Types 1939-1945

American Aircraft Development of WW II. Special Types 1939-1945
Focusing almost exclusively on official programs and aircraft that entered development this book shows how U.S. aviation weapons progressed under the pressure of war. From the state of the art at the beginning of the war, to the advances during the conflict, armed photo reconnaissance, catapult launched seaplanes, autogyros and, amongst others, armed drones are covered in detail.
Often described as less glamorous that fighters and bombers, these special types offer a unique contribution to aeronautical advancement. With b/w 300 pictures.

Author(s): Bill Norton
Publisher: Crecy
Pages: 254
Language: English
Edition: 1
Year of publication: 2016
Dimensions: 28,7 x 22,7 cm
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 1.30 kg

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