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TSR2 Britain's Lost Cold War Strike Aircraft  9781910809136

TSR2 Britain's Lost Cold War Strike Aircraft

9781910809136

€ 30.23

Publisher/Brand Crecy Books

Author Tim McLelland

Format a4

No. Pages 144

Version Hard cover

Language English

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory UK Jet Aircraft

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This is a welcome revised and enhanced second edition of this comprehensive, accurate and honest account of the fascinating TSR2 story, tracing the project's development from its origins in the 1950's. 

Aimed at aviation historians and those interested in the history of military technology, the book examines the TSR2 project in detail, eliminating the many myths and misconceptions that have surrounded the aircraft for decades. Although much has been written about the TSR2's history, a great deal of misinformation has been published on this subject which this book dismisses presenting the reader with a complete and realistic overview of the entire project. 

This book deals with the facts and not the emotion, speculation and fantasy which has plagued the subject for so long. It presents a detailed, factual and very readable account of the development and subsequent demise of TSR2 project.

For this new edition an additional chapter concerning the F-111K, extracts from the TSR2 Crew Manual and other declassified technical TSR2 documentation, has been provided by Tony Buttler, the author of our respected British Secret Projects series who has researched this era of British military aviation for many years.



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