Aviation books about Aces, Test Pilots, Aviation Pioneers and Military Greats
"What's a Piper Cub?" is a book about a family being introduced to the fun of light aircraft flying. A child's question leads to a family field trip to the local small airport. There a friend shows them his Piper Cub and offers to take them for a flight. Signed by Jim Wheaton
The memoirs of Boone Guyton, the original F4U Corsair test pilot. Leather, foil-stamped, limited-edition. Signed by: Medal of Honor recipient Ken Walsh, USN Ace Tommy Blackburn, USMC Test Pilot/Ace Marion Carl and Boone Guyton
Provides information on the world's aerospace industries, including: combat aircraft; military and commercial airliners and freighters; tankers; electronic warfare and special reconnaissance/surveillance types; and a new space flight section, detailing commercial and manned spacecraft.
William N. Hess has provided a very thorough history of the 56th Fighter Group, and his excellent text is supplemented with many photographs. Led by Colonel Hubert "Hub" Zemke, the 56th FG shot down more German aircraft than any other group in the 8th Air Force.
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