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British Army Aviation: More than 150 years of Airborne History (Key Publishing 978191220586819)

British Army Aviation: More than 150 years of Airborne History  978191220586819
British Army Aviation: More than 150 years of Airborne History (Key Publishing 978191220586819)
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Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:Military Magazin
ISBN/Box:978191220586819
Publisher/Brand:Key Publishing
Format:a4
No. Pages:99
Version:Soft cover
Language:English
Availability:only 3 remaining

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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Military Magazin, ISBN/Box 978191220586819, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 99, Version Soft cover, Language English

The British Army can justifiably lay claim to being the first branch of the nation's military to dabble with flight. Experiments with gas balloons began as early as 1863 and the War Office created a dedicated Balloon Section in 1890.  The first of the 'flying soldiers' to qualify as a pilot of a powered aircraft was Capt Bertram Dickson (in April 1910) and Army pilots formed the foundations of what would become the Royal Flying Corps.  The Army Air Corps (AAC) fought for its survival in the post-war years but in 1957 it was reformed as a helicopter and fixed wing fighting force. Since then, the men and machines of the AAC have proved invaluable in conflicts as far away as Malaya, the Balklans, the Gulf and Libya and as close to home as Northern Ireland.  Today, more than 150 years since those first tentative balloon flights, the AAC is a formidable fighting force. These 100 pages tell the story of some of the Corps' finest moments and most memorable machines.  

Featuring:

  • The Balloonatics  
  • The Pioneers of British Army Flying  
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  • Queen Lizzie  
  • Army Co-Operation Westland Lysanders  
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  • Beyond the Horizon  
  • Developing the Air Observation Post  
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  • Austers over Korea  
  • AOP over the 49th Parallel  
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  • Historic Army Aircraft Flight  
  • Preserving the Legacy  
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  • Rotary Warriors  
  • Developing of the British Army's helicopter force  
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  • Dancing Helicopters 
  • The Army's Blue Eagles Display Team 



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