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USN Aircraft 1922-1962 Vol.3 Type Designation Letters 'A' (Pt-3) & 'B'  9782918590521
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USN Aircraft 1922-1962 Vol.3 Type Designation Letters 'A' (Pt-3) & 'B' (RAF in Combat 9782918590521)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:US Aircraft
ISBN/Box:9782918590521
Publisher/Brand:RAF in Combat
Author:Phil H. Listemann
Format:a4
No. Pages:72
Version:sb
Language:English
Availability:only 2 remaining

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory US Aircraft, ISBN/Box 9782918590521, Publisher/Brand RAF in Combat, Author Phil H. Listemann, Format a4, No. Pages 72, Version sb, Language English

This volume of 72 pages contains over 100 photographs. This volume covers the last A Class aircraft types started with volume One, the AJ Savage, the A2J Super Savage, the A3J Vigilante versions prior to 1962, the AM Mauler, the AU Corsair, the A2U Cutlass and the B Class in full (BD, BG, B2G, BT, B2T, BY B2Y)



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