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Blackburn Buccaneer  9789086161683

Blackburn Buccaneer

9789086161683

Blackburn

€ 12.80

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Series Warplane No.08

Publisher/Brand Lanasta

Author Nico Braas

Format a4

No. Pages 48

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory UK Jet Aircraft

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Product description

The Blackburn Buccaneer was the first jet aircraft specially designed for flying very low under the radar at high subsonic speeds. It was developed in the fifties and entered service at the Royal Navy in 1962. Later it also flew as an attack bomber at the R.A.F. and it even played a role in the Gulf War in 1991 before being retired in 1994 after an operational career that spanned three decades......

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