|Flight Gear 1942-1945 |
Bianchi. Filled with archival and contemporary photographs, this pictorial history examines the flight uniforms and equipment issued to U.S. military air crews in Europe during WWII, from the first bombing mission over France in August of 1942 to Germany's surrender in May 1945. You'll see the evolution of clothing and equipment from the early use of British-made goods to U.S. modifications, as well as learn about the technological breakthroughs of the era. 176 pages, 1,000 B&W and color photos, 9"x 12", hardcover.
|F4U Corsair in Action |
Sullivan. Among the most formidable fighters of all time, the F4U Corsair maintained a kill ratio of 11-to-1 in the Pacific Theater of World War II and, during the early years of the jet age, held its own in Korea. This revised and expanded edition examines the F4U in fascinating detail, showing you everything from the first prototype to its wartime service and the restored warbirds of today. 80 pages; 229 photographs, color profiles and detailed line drawings; 10¾"x 8"; softcover.
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