The B-52 Stratofortress
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 15 déc. 2002 - 48 pages
Affectionately known as Buffs (Big Ugly Fat Fellows) by those who fly them, the B-52 has been in constant use for half a century. This workhorse of the United States Air Force, which has been active in U.S. military strikes against Afghanistan, has had a colorful history that is unlike that of most other well-known warplanes. Packed with exciting photos, this book is a thrilling read for warplane enthusiasts and history fans alike.
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THE WARRIOR THAT FIGHTS
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