|Evidence in Camera |
The Story of Photographic Intelligence in the Second World War
Babington Smith. Aerial photographic reconnaissance began in 1909 and, by World War II, was essential to military strategists. Written by a woman who served in the Allied Central Interpretation Unit that discovered Hitler's V-weapons launch sites, this book tells the story of the men and women who pioneered photographic intelligence and the work they performed. 240 pages, 32 pages of B&W photographs, 5"x 7½", softcover.
|Lockheed SR-71 Operations in the Far East|
Combat Aircraft Vol. 76
Crickmore. This heavily illustrated book examines SR-71 spy plane operations in the Far and Middle East. You'll read about the first operational sortie over North Vietnam in March, 1968; Cold War missions gathering information about the Soviet submarine fleet in Vladivostok; flights monitoring the actions of North Korea; reconnaissance over the Persian Gulf during the late 1980s; and more. 96 pages, 75 color and B&W photographs, 22 color profiles and "tail art" illustrations, cockpit diagrams, and more. 7¼"x 9¾", softcover.
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