By Gerry Manning
One thousand army airplane in color КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Airlife Publishing Ltd.Автор(ы): Gerry ManningЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 146ISBN: 1-84037-1994Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 86,4 mbThis publication positive factors 1,000 color photos of army aire every kind from world wide, with a mixture of outdated and new. all of the pictures are totally defined with dates and plane kinds. The booklet will entice quite a lot of plane fans across the world and likewise to aeroplane modellers. It incorporates a super variety of airplane forms that represents all international locations over the years seeing that color images were on hand. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Above: Seen at Lemoore NAS. CA. October 1979 is TA4F 154334 04/NJ of VA127. The markings were getting less predominant but were still a long way from the all-grey of today. Above: The TA4J was used by the US Navy as an advanced trainer. It was basically an 'F' model with the weapons systems removed. 154291 170/B of training squadron TW2 is at London, Ont, June 1990. It carries the name of USS Lexington. the then training carrier. Above: TA4J 156946 120/B ofVT21 shows the standard red and white US Navy training colours.
This was impractical due to carrying the weight of engines not used in normal flight. The Pl127 led to the Kestrel and then to the Harrier. Harrier GRl XV741 of A/3 Squadron is seen at Valley, August 1973. This unit was part of 2nd TAF based in Germany. Above: The Royal Navy used Hunters as weapons trainers. The GA11 was a Naval F4; it was not however used on aircraft carriers as it was not equipped with an arrester hook. Hunter GAll WV256 862/VL of FRADU (Fleet Requirements & Aircraft Direction Unit) is at its Yeovilton base, july 1994.
Left: The F4D was the first variant of the Phantom designed to USAF specification; the F4C was almost a basic US Navy F4B. It was the avionics suite that had the major changes. F4D 65-0735/LN was seen at Lakenheath in August 1975 and is operated by the based 48th TFW and on charge to the 494th TFS. Above: The F4E was the most produced variant of the Phantom. The major changes included the fitting of a gun under the nose and wing slats for extra dogfighting capability. F4E 66-0382 of the 57th FIS is at Greenham Common, July 1983.
1000 Military Aircraft in Colour by Gerry Manning