Convair Model 48 Charger  0942612396

Convair Model 48 Charger

Product code 0942612396

Convair

€ 13.72

Series Naval Fighters Number 39

Publisher/Brand Ginter

Author Ginter Steve

Format a4

No. Pages 73

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory X-Planes USA

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Product description

For more than two years prior to the Navy issuing RFP (Request for Proposal) in 1964, Convair engineers had been evaluating designs for use in the limited war and counter-insurgency arenas. These designs were evaluated by many military and civilian representatives of the armed forces and Department of Defense. Shortly after the Navy issued a procurement invitation on 28 October 1963, the design was formalized. Once approved, it only took 40 weeks from go-ahead until first flight on 29 November 1964. Even though a prototype was flying shortly after the requirement was published, North American won the contract with a paper airplane

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