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Modern Bombers

Modern Bombers (Paperback)

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The US Air Power series is the definitive illustrated guide to recent American dominance in the skies. Covering the planes and crews of the USAF as well as Naval, Marine and Army air wings, these books cover a period from World War II through to the present day in which American pilots have prevailed in all combat situations and have laid the foundations for the swift and decisive victories achieved during that time. The seventy-two pages include well over a hundred photographs, sixteen pages of which are in colour, and every photo has a detailed caption outlining combat histories and technical specifications. The series will cover all the major conflicts in which the US has been involved recently, including both Gulf Wars, the Balkans and Afghanistan. Modern Bombers features the B-2A, B-1B and B-52, as well as the air-to-surface weaponry that they deploy, such as JDAM and JAASM. Anil Pustam is a military aviation specialist living in Trinidad. His previous books include Attack Aircraft in the Greenhill Military Manual series.

Other books in the series will include: Modern Air Superiority Planes Modern Attack Planes Modern Bombers Modern Electronic and Surveillance Planes Airwar over the Gulf I Airwar over the Gulf II The Balkans Afghanistan - Operation Enduring Freedom

History & PoliticsMilitary StudiesAir forces & warfareTransportAircraft: general interest Publisher: Greenhill Books Publication Date: 17/05/2004 ISBN-13: 9781853676208  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Anil Pustam is a military aviation specialist living in Trinidad. His previous books include Attack Aircraft in the Greenhill Military Manual series.

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