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Gloster Meteor Mk.7 Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions (Periscope 9781935327912)

Gloster Meteor Mk.7 Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions  9781935327912
Gloster Meteor Mk.7 Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions (Periscope 9781935327912)
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Category:Books on aviation
Subcategory:UK Jet Aircraft
No. Pages:113
Version:Soft cover
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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory UK Jet Aircraft, ISBN/Box 9781935327912, Publisher/Brand Periscope, Format a4, No. Pages 113, Version Soft cover, Language English

Designed by Gloster's brilliant chief engineer George Carter, the Meteor was Britain's first operational jet, and the first such aircraft in Allied inventory. The Meteor was an outgrowth of intensive r&d work conducted by Frank Whittle, inventor of the turbojet in 1929.

The Meteor featured an all-metal fuselage, and straight wings with mid-mounted engine pods. The F1 version could achieve a speed of 417 mph at 10,000 feet, and entered service in June 1944. During WWII, it flew primarily as an interceptor against German V-1 "buzz bombs". Australian pilots flew it in combat during the Korean War, and Israel employed it during the Suez Crisis. The Meteor, in one variant form or another, remained in active service as a recon and training aircraft into the 1970s.

Originally printed by Gloster and the Royal Air Force, this handbook provides a fascinating glimpse inside the cockpit of the trainer version of the Meteor. The manual was recently declassified and is here reprinted in book form.

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