• aviationmegastore.com
  • aviationoutletstore.com
  • aviationshopsupplies.com
  • aviationmegatrade.com
  • 737-simulator.com

Public holidays

Amended or confirmed opening hours of the Luchtvaart Hobby Shop in Aalsmeerderbrug on the following dates:
Mo23-12Open 10-18 hrs
Tu24-12Open 10-16 hrs
We25-12Closed
Th26-12Closed
Tu31-12Open 10-16 hrs
We01-01Closed
Aviation Megastore website is available without limitations. Orders are processed during shop operating hours.

Frequent buyers programme

Collect Megapoints for Megavouchers
Read the conditions...

Hold & Store service ©

Aviation Megastore offers unique Hold & Store service © for internet customers that wish to combine several individual orders to one single shipment, reducing the overall shipping cost significantly.
Read more...

F111 Aardvark in Action (Squadron 9780897478618)

F111 Aardvark in Action  9780897478618
F111 Aardvark in Action (Squadron 9780897478618)
€ 21.06
EU: incl. tax € 22.95
Reduced shipping charge may be applicable depending on country of destination and contents of shopping cart. Will be shown before checkout.Add to cart
Specifications
Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:US Jet Aircraft
ISBN/Box:9780897478618
Series:In Action 10265
Publisher/Brand:Squadron
Author:David Doyle
Format:a4L
No. Pages:80
Version:Soft cover
Language:English
Availability:In stock

Add this product to my wishlist

This product was added to our database on Tuesday 3 December 2019.

Share this product
Product description

Category Aviation Books, Subcategory US Jet Aircraft, ISBN/Box 9780897478618, Series In Action 10265, Publisher/Brand Squadron, Author David Doyle, Format a4L, No. Pages 80, Version Soft cover, Language English

The F-111, which ultimately proved to be a very capable fighter-bomber for the US and Australian Air Forces, was born out of the desire of Secretary of Defense Robert Strange McNamara to force the USAF and the Navy to use a single aircraft for all tactical missions strike, close air support, air superiority and fleet air defense. The initial effort, called the Tactical Fighter Experimental, or TFX, was based largely on the Air Forces requirements, with a few adaptations to approximate the Navy's desires. The initial Air Force version of the aircraft would be the F-111A, while the Navy variant was the F-111B. Although General Dynamics was the prime contractor, the company had little recent experience in building carrier-borne aircraft, and turned to Grumman as a subcontractor for the assembly and testing of the Navy planes. The F-111 itself, the first production variable wing geometry aircraft, would have a remarkable 30+ year service history. During that time the aircraft was produced in five models, and modified and rebuilt into three additional models. Illustrated with over 200 color and B/W photos. 80 pages

 



Shopping cart

Your shopping cart is empty.
 

Shop near Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. LOOK INSIDE !

When in the Netherlands,
visit our shop near
Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport.

Click on the image below for
extended tour.

 

Fly in the B737NG Simulator

cockpit_180px