Beech Expeditor JRB / SNB / C-45 1940 through 1972  9798989950911

Beech Expeditor JRB / SNB / C-45 1940 through 1972

Product code 9798989950911

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Series Naval Fighters Number 118

Publisher/Brand Ginter

Author Steve Ginter

Format a4

No. Pages 89

Version Soft cover

Language English

Category Books on aviation

Subcategory US » US Prop Aircraft

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Product description
Over 1,600 "Twin Beech" aircraft were given BuNos and operated by the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. 8-versions were originally built. From the 8-versions, 21-different sub-versions were created which showed the versatility of this aircraft. It was used operationally as a trainer, transport, photo ship, hack and drone director. At some point it was operated by every NAS, NAAS, NAF, MCAS, and MAF, as well as many squadrons and ships. Its history lies in the photos of these assignments to places rarely heard of. 
89-pages, 275 b&w photos, 13 color photos, 30 drawings, 41 patches


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