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    • Naval Fighters Bell XFL1 Airabonita: Naval Fighters #81 softcover
    • Naval Fighters Bell XFL1 Airabonita: Naval Fighters #81 softcover

      The Bell XFL-1 Airabonita was an experimental shipboard interceptor aircraft developed for the US Navy. It was similar to and a parallel development of the land-based P-39 Airacobra, differing mainly in the use of a tail wheel undercarriage in place of th

      C$22.95 Not in stock
    • Naval Fighters Blue Goose: Command Aircraft US Navy: NF#100 SC
    • Naval Fighters Blue Goose: Command Aircraft US Navy: NF#100 SC

      This book covers US Naval Aviation from its beginnings in 1911 until 1961 through the interesting and sometimes colorful "Blue Goose" or Command Aircraft. "Blue Goose" refers to a color scheme that developed for these aircraft in the 1930s.

      C$43.95
    • Naval Fighters Brewster F2A Buffalo & Exports: Naval Fighters #104
    • Naval Fighters Brewster F2A Buffalo & Exports: Naval Fighters #104

      This is the ultimate history of the Brewster F2A Buffalo, the US Navy's first monoplane fighter aircraft. Allied flyers in WWII called it the "flying coffin", but in the hands of Finnish aces, the Buffalo was wildly successful.

      C$49.95
    • Naval Fighters Brewster SB2A Bermuda/Buccaneer: Naval Fighters #76
    • Naval Fighters Brewster SB2A Bermuda/Buccaneer: Naval Fighters #76

      The Brewster Bermuda is the name given by the RAF to the Brewster SB2A. In the US Navy service, the aircraft was the SB2A "Buccaneer." The Bermuda was not carrier-capable, although it was designed as a dive bomber. It was developed by Brewster in parallel

      C$26.95
    • Naval Fighters Chance Vought F6U Pirate: Naval Fighters #9 softcover
    • Naval Fighters Chance Vought F6U Pirate: Naval Fighters #9 softcover

      It was 1944, and a new age in aviation was dawning in the European skies, the jet age. As more German jets appeared in combat, it became a foregone conclusion that Japan would be producing them too. These facts prompted the Navy to issue a requirement for

      C$14.95 Not in stock
    • Naval Fighters Consolidated PB2Y Coronado: Naval Fighters #85 softcover
    • Naval Fighters Consolidated PB2Y Coronado: Naval Fighters #85 softcover

      The PB2Y Coronado was a large flying boat patrol bomber designed by Consolidated Aircraft. After deliveries of the PBY Catalina, also a Consolidated aircraft, began in 1935, the United States Navy began planning for the next generation of patrol bombers.

      C$47.95
    • Naval Fighters Consolidated PB4Y1/1P Liberator:Naval Fighters105 SC
    • Naval Fighters Consolidated PB4Y1/1P Liberator:Naval Fighters105 SC

      During WWII, the US Navy adopted the Consolidated B-24D Liberator as a long-range patrol bomber/sub hunter (PB4Y-1) and as an armed photo recon aircraft (PB4Y-1P). These Navy PB4Y Liberators became deadly hunter-killer aircraft and destroyed over a 1,000

      C$61.95
    • Naval Fighters Convair PB4Y2 / P4Y2 Privateer: Naval Fighters #93
    • Naval Fighters Convair PB4Y2 / P4Y2 Privateer: Naval Fighters #93

      The Convair PB4Y-2 / P4Y-2 Privateer was a heavily armed (6-twin .50 cal. machine gun turrets) four-engine, long range, land-based, patrol bomber developed from the famous B-24/PB4Y-1 Liberator. It was responsible for sinking over 550 Japanese ships and s

      C$62.95
    • Naval Fighters Curtiss SOC Seagull: Naval Fighters #89 softcover
    • Naval Fighters Curtiss SOC Seagull: Naval Fighters #89 softcover

      The Curtiss SOC Seagull was a United States single-engine scout observation biplane aircraft, designed by Alexander Solla of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation for the United States Navy. The aircraft served on battleships and cruisers in a seaplane configura

      C$36.95
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4A / A4B Skyhawk in US Navy Service: Naval Fighters #49 softcover
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4A / A4B Skyhawk in US Navy Service: Naval Fighters #49 softcover

      "Heinemann's Hot Rod", "Tinker Toy", "Bantam Bomber" are all nicknames for the embodiment of simplicity and design efficiency in the best attack aircraft ever (author's opinion). Read all about its development, components, testing procedures, and squadro

      C$39.95
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4A A4B Skyhawk USMC/R/USNR: NF#50 SC
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4A A4B Skyhawk USMC/R/USNR: NF#50 SC

      USMC/USMCR/USNR Douglas A-4A/B Skyhawks is the companion volume to Naval Fighters Number Forty-Nine, the Douglas A-4A/B Skyhawk in Navy Service. This Navy volume contains 61 pages of development, aircraft description details and drawings that pertain to M

      C$21.95
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4C/L Skyhawk in Marine Service: NF#110 SC
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4C/L Skyhawk in Marine Service: NF#110 SC

      This book covers the squadron histories of the 23-Marine units that flew the A-4C/L Skyhawk in the 1960s and 1970s. This is the 7th book in the A-4 Skyhawk series. The others are: number NF49 Navy A-4A/Bs, NF50 USMC and Reserve A-4A/Bs, NF51 Navy A-4E/Fs,

      C$24.95
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4C/L Skyhawk in Navy Service: NF#109 SC
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4C/L Skyhawk in Navy Service: NF#109 SC

      Book six in the Naval Fighter Series on the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk covers the single seat subsonic carrier-capable A-4C/L in Navy service. It covers the technical aspects of these aircraft and squadron histories including squadron patches. Previous books in

      C$51.95
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4E/F Skyhawk in Marine Service: NF#52 SC
    • Naval Fighters Douglas A4E/F Skyhawk in Marine Service: NF#52 SC

      Although fewer Marine squadrons were equipped with the A-4 E/Fs than Navy squadrons, the type still saw extensive usage in Vietnam. The close air support that these aircraft provided to our deployed troops were invaluable and saved countless American live

      C$22.95
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