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|The 5th Air Force |
Paloque. Filled with rare archival images and hundreds of color profiles that detail aircraft markings, this book examines the World War II experience of the 5th U.S. Army Air Force, which was created in February, 1942, fought in the southwest Pacific, and included in its ranks the two highest-scoring American aces of all time: Richard Bong and Thomas McGuire. 112 pages, 120 B&W photographs and 220 color profiles, 8"x 10", softcover.
|Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Owners' Workshop Manual |
1935 Onwards (All Marks).
Douglas. A detailed, "inside and out" review of the famous World War II bomber, this heavily illustrated manual provides a unique perspective on what it takes to restore and operate a B-17 Flying Fortress as well as wonderful insight into its engineering and construction. 160 pages, 200 color and 50 B&W photographs and illustrations, 8½"x 10¾", hardcover.
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