By Gerry Manning
One thousand army plane in color КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Airlife Publishing Ltd.Автор(ы): Gerry ManningЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 146ISBN: 1-84037-1994Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 86,4 mbThis publication beneficial properties 1,000 color images of army aire every kind from worldwide, with a mixture of previous and new. all of the photos are absolutely defined with dates and airplane kinds. The e-book will attract quite a lot of plane lovers across the world and likewise to aeroplane modellers. It includes a great diversity of plane kinds that represents all nations over the years considering the fact that color pictures were on hand. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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A\"y com'e ed F",B into QF4B drones whilst the type was still in front-line enice. 1-. ill. C\ 'he high-visibility dayglo-oran",e colour. ) 38 1000 MILITARY AIRCRAFT IN COLOUR Below: Turkey has been and still is a major Phantom operator, and has flown both new and ex-USAF aircraft. 68-0342/7-342 of 7AJU, based at Erhac, is at Bascombe Down, June 1992. 40 of Ala 12 (12 Wing) Spanish Air Force was photographed landing at Greenham Common in June 1979. This air arm formed its first Phantom unit in March 1971 with a delivery ofrefurbished USAF aircraft.
It carries the 'raspberry ripple' colours of many of that unit's trial aircraft, It was photographed at its Boscombe Down base in june 1992. Below: In RAF service the F4M was designated FGR2 (Fighter/Ground Attack/Reconnaissance). 41 Squadron specialised in the latter task. They first flew Phantoms in April 1972 but kept them for only five years before becoming a jaguar unit. XV418 is seen at Leuchars, September 1974. Above: Sixty years after Alcock and Brown made the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean in a Vickers Vimy another Alcock and Brown flew it in a Phantom, a little more quickly' This 228 OCU FGR2, XV424, is in the special colours to commemorate this historic event.
EMB 31ZF No. 312 at Salon-de-Provence. It is seen at Fairford, July 1999. Below: The T38B is a reconfigured T38A fitted with hard points to be a 'lead-in fighter trainer' (LIFT). 65-10457/HM is operated in this role by 434th TTS/479th TTW based at Holloman AFB, NM. It was photographed in October 1984, at Biggs AAF base, TX. Above: In service since 1961 and with life extensions for perhaps twenty more years, the Northrop T38 Talon will by the time it is replaced have provided advanced flying training to several generations of American pilots.
1000 Military Aircraft in Colour by Gerry Manning