The story of air warfare and fighter aircraft is almost as old as aviation itself. When war came shortly after the Wright brothers' first flight, it didn't take long for militaries to recognize the uses (though not imediately offensive) of the airplane. Bookplate signed by: Tex Hill
The "Ace" had become a new kind of hero by the time the skies became a primary battlefield during World War II--and the dogfights that ensued became more deeply personal than those on the ground below. Choose from an autographed bookplate at bottom of the page.
Foreign Invaders: The Douglas Invader in Foreign Military and U.S. Clandestine Service by Dan Hagedorn and Leif Hellstrom A good example of a meticulously researched volume that is both readable and a reference source. Signed by Joe Shannon
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