This is a hard bound book from a report authored by Major Charles L. Brammeier, USAF while a student at Maxwell Air Force Base Air Command Staff College. It is not intended as a "top of the line" book, but rather, produced for it's content. It is about the 475th Fighter Group. Signed by Harry Brown - 1st 475th Ace
"Air To Air Mustangs & Corsairs" features arguably the two favorite World War II vintage craft. Beautifully designed 10”x12“ coffee-table art books include over 500 color photographs. By: renowed Aviation Photographer, Paul Bowen Signed by Paul
Photographs of the extraordinary airplanes and materials at the Air Force Museum at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, you'll gain insight into the designers, leaders, pilots, and other individuals who built the USAF from its humble beginnings as an adjunct to ground forces of the U.S. Army to its modern status as the preeminent air force in the world. 280...
The Arado 234 “Blitz,” was flown in bomber and reconnaissance roles. Flying at high speeds, it was almost immune to interception. Just over 200 were built before war’s end. Hans-georg Bätcher flew 658 combat missions in WWII, a record unequaled by any other bomber pilot. The Arado 234 “Blitz”. Signed by: Hansgeorg Batcher
With names like Zemke, Schilling, Gabreski, Mahurin and Johnson, the 56th Fighter Group was, and still is, one of the legendary fighter units of World War II. BEWARE THE THUNDERBOLT ( the apt official motto of the 56th) is the story of the 56th Fighter Group. Signed by Gabreski
A guide to the range of aircraft which saw service with the Luftwaffe. It includes many designs which were left at drawing board stage, experimental prototypes and design predictions for the wonder jet bombers. Bombers of the Luftwaffe Signed by: Dietrich Peltz, Hans Georg Batcher, & Hajo Hermann
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