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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Italy, ISBN/Box 9788831993067, Publisher/Brand Aviation Collectibles Company, Format a4, No. Pages 128, Version Soft cover, Language Italian/English
Undoubtedly the FIAT G.91 was one of the most famous Italian post-war aircraft. Winner in 1958 of the NATO competition to equip the Alliance with a modern fighter-bomber, it was produced in Italy and Germany and was used by the military air forces of those nations as well as by the Portuguese one. In Italy, the G.91 was for many years the airplane used by the National Aerobatic Team, the famous Frecce Tricolori. The book tells the birth and evolution of the G.91, from prototypes to pre-series, to the 'R' reconnaissance versions to the 'T' training version.
Dedicated chapters tell the brief experience of the G.91 in the USA and their service in Germany and Portugal.
An important book, 128 pages, which is part of the now famous Italian Aviation Series.
The chapters: Introduction - The origins, development and technical specs - In service with the Air Force: G.91 pre-series and R - Analysis of an accident - The 313rd A.A. Frecce Tricolori - G.91T - The G.91 in the United States - The Luftwaffe and the 'Gina' - The Portuguese G.91 – Modelers' notes – Appendices - Acknowledgments and Bibliography
290 photographs 24 reproductions of original documents 24 profiles 19 images in the modelling chapter