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P47 Thunderbolt: In Action #208 Softcover by Squadron

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  • The P-47 Thunderbolt rose to fame during World War II, with the aircraft and its pilots and crews accumulating an impressive record against ground targets, destroying a myriad of enemy trains, trucks, armored vehicles, artillery, and aircraft on the groun
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P-47 Thunderbolt In Action. Book by David Doyle. Squadron Signal Books. The P-47 Thunderbolt rose to fame during World War II, with the aircraft and its pilots and crews accumulating an impressive record against ground targets, destroying a myriad of enemy trains, trucks, armored vehicles, artillery, and aircraft on the ground. The massive fighter's accomplishments were not limited to strafing and bombing runs - indeed, many P-47 jockeys earned their ace status flying the P-47 against the aircraft of the Luftwaffe and Japan, where the Thunderbolts, aided by external fuel tanks, provided long range escort for bomber formations. Chronicles the development and use of the famed 'Jug' from its genesis in the P-35 all the way to the long-legged P-47N. Production by Republic and Curtiss is discussed, along with the numerous experimental variations that did not see production.

Published 2014, 88 pages. 62 color and 150 black-and-white photographs, softcover, 11" x 8.5"

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  • Code 157612
  • EAN 9780897477499
  • SKU SS10208
  • Weight 600
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