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Ocelovy Hrebec MiG19 v Ceskoslovenské letectvo (Steel Stallion MiG19 in Czechoslovakian service)  9788075730121


Ocelovy Hrebec MiG19 v Ceskoslovenské letectvo (Steel Stallion MiG19 in Czechoslovakian service) (SK publications 9788075730121)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Eastern Europe
ISBN/Box:9788075730121
Publisher/Brand:SK publications
Author:Libor Reznak
Format:a5
No. Pages:678
Version:hb
Language:Czech
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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box 9788075730121, Publisher/Brand SK publications, Author Libor Reznak, Format a5, No. Pages 678, Version hb, Language Czech

The title "Steel stallion Mig-19" is an authentic work that has not yet been found in the Czech airline literature. Author Libor Režnák presents the complete facts about the introduction, use and gradual elimination of the first supersonic type MS. Military air force. It is not just a complete description of the technical framework of this issue. The former military pilot also notes the "human" aspects of the whole process, inspired by the description of the life fate of a number of airmen, with the Mig-19 allied.
Introduction "nineteen" is devoted to the outline of the political situation of the mid-1950s, where the author finds the essence of introducing the supersonic fighter aircraft into the Czechoslovak armament. Military air force. Despite the assessment of the overall moral and technical state of the air forces at that time, the detailed description of the retraining of the first Czechoslovak Air Force Pilots, which is enriched by unpublished facts, such as air crashes and disasters. The real names of the pilots and the fuselage numbers of the airplanes are framed by the date, time and place of the event, including the results of the search and the official conclusions of the investigative commissions. In the period of operation Cs. Of Mig-19 airplanes, there were a total of 47 extraordinary events.
The "Steel Stallion" book does not only map the Mig-19 type. Between 1958 and 1972, the reader also presents a detailed description of the flagship events of all types in Czechoslovakia. Airplanes operated by airplanes and helicopters. These are hundreds of aviation disasters, at least 150 incidents and dozens of other damage to military aviation.
A very interesting part of the "Steel Stallion" is also a detailed analysis of all important aero exercises, specific state of aeronautical techniques and continuous development of organizational structure of MS. Aviation in the context of a similar development of the Western European Air Force. The benefit of the work
L. Režnák is also an analysis of the MS system. Air defense and the successes or problems of the then Czechoslovak Defenders. state border.
A substantial part of the publication consists of picture documentation. A number of absolutely unique shots not only "nineteen" is a separate recapitulation of MS development. Post-war military air force.
Some titles can certainly miss the aviation enthusiast's library, in the case of the "Steel stallion Mig-19" it would be a mistake that can not be repaired!

More than 800 pictures, many showing crashed Czech military planes of all kind



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