Riveting accounts from the pilots who flew such planes as the F-15, B-52, C-130, and many more Dozens of in-the-cockpit photos This sequel to Flying American Combat Aircraft of World War II spans the Cold War, taking a look at the planes that defined the era and fought in places like Korea and Vietnam. Covering all manner of aircraft-including fighters, bombers, and transports-seasoned pilots tell what it was really like to be in the cockpit of some of the world's classic planes.Should the BCU fail, manual ballistics inserted into the system before flight can be instantly used. ... the panhandle, and the great accuracy of the radar bombing systems repeatedly broke the backs of Communist attacks. ... This technique of pathfinder bombing proved to be very valuable and was employed night and day.
|Title||:||Flying American Combat Aircraft|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2005|