Flying American Combat Aircraft: The Cold War

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Robin Higham
Stackpole Books, 2005 - 432 pages
  • Riveting accounts from the pilots who flew such planes as the F-15, B-52, C-130, and many more
  • Dozens of in-the-cockpit photos

    This sequel to Flying American Combat Aircraft of World War II spans the Cold War, taking a look at the planes that defined the era and fought in places like Korea and Vietnam. Covering all manner of aircraft-including fighters, bombers, and transports-seasoned pilots tell what it was really like to be in the cockpit of some of the world's classic planes.

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    À propos de l'auteur (2005)

    Robin Higham is a veteran of the Royal Air Force and professor emeritus of history at Kansas State University. Former editor of Aerospace Historian, he has written or edited numerous works on aviation history.

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