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Motorbooks, Osceola, WI, 1993. 
Unpaginated, 10 1/2" H, soft cover. ISBN 0879388315 Profusely illustrated with colour photographs of Soviet-built propeller and jet aircraft, helicopters, and even the TU-144 'Concordskii' - aircraft used around the world: North Korea, Cuba, Mongo lia, Czechoslovakia, etc. are covered. Tiny dint on bottom of text block, very minor rubbing. Near Fine 
Price: 15.00 USD
F-15 EAGLE., Braybrook, Roy.
2 Braybrook, Roy. F-15 EAGLE.
Osprey, London, 1991, first edition. 
128 pp, 11 7/8" H, hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1855321491 Profuesly illustrated with colour photographs. "Built to counter the seemingly invincible Soviet MiG-25 Foxbat, the McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle has proven to be more than a match for any 'red' fighter interceptor for over 15 years. Carrying the all-seeing Hughes AN/APG-63 radar inside its massive radome, the interception capabilities of the Eagle have been matched only by its US Navy rival, the F-14 Tomcat. Although a large ae roplane, the Eagle is incredibly agile, with plenty of power from its twin afterburning Pratt & Whitney F-100 tubrofans. These allow a pilot to exploit the F-15 Eagle's suberb in-flight characteristics to the fullest extent. Entering frontline s q u adron service with the USAF's Tactical Air Command in late 1974, the F-15 has gone on to equip no less than six tactical fighter wings based in the USA, and one apiece in Germany and Japan. Five Air National Guard units also bolster the fron t li ne r anks with earlier version of the mighty Eagle. All USAF operators of the potent F-15 are graphically featured in this stunning volume. A chapter on the rarely illustrated Japanese Air Self-Defence Force complements the star-spangled F-1 5s ." Mi nor edge wear, small faint erasure mark at top of free front endpaper. Dust jacket has very light rubbing, some areas of light wrinkling at top edge. Very Good-/Very Good 
Price: 17.00 USD
DC 3 PRODUCTION.  VOLUME 7.  CONSTRUCTION NUMBERS 20201 - 43400.  (VOL. 7), Wilkinson, Stan.
3 Wilkinson, Stan. DC 3 PRODUCTION. VOLUME 7. CONSTRUCTION NUMBERS 20201 - 43400. (VOL. 7)
England LAAS International 1970 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
54 pp, 8" H. B&w photographs. Contents: Preface; The DC 3 in use in the United States and Canada; Abbreviations; Listings by construction number; Cross reference index; Douglas DC 3/C-47 versions built under licence: Nakajima Type O Tabby; Showa Hikoki K.K. (Showa Aeroplane Co. Ltd.); Lisunov - Li-2. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - soft corner crease on rear cover, minor wrinkling at top fore-edge of last two pages and rear cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD

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