Surviving Fighter Aircraft of World War Two

Surviving Fighter Aircraft of World War Two

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This is a guide to the existing WWII aircraft to be found in aviation museums throughout the world. Each DPS contains a colour photo of an example of the aircraft as viewed in an aviation museum, examples of different marks (wartime shots in mono) and a textual resume of the type with statistics. The aircraft can be viewed in the USA, UK, France, Czechoslovakia, USSR, Canada, Australia, Finland, Holland, Poland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Sweden and Spain.Vanguard pursuits for Sweden, had gone into mass production, turning out 9, 500 BT-13 and BT-15 Valiant basic trainers. The original plan had been to install a 2, 300hp GE TG-100 turboprop engine in the nose and a 3, 7501b Allison J-33 turbojet ... Specifications of the XP-81 Length: 44ft 10in Wingspan: 50ft 6in Height : 14ft 0in Wing area: 425 sq ft Empty weight: ... XP-81 USAAF 44-91000 (with parts from 44-91001) a€” Edwards AFB Museum North American P-82 Twin Mustang Of allanbsp;...

Title:Surviving Fighter Aircraft of World War Two
Author:Don Berliner
Publisher:Casemate Publishers - 2011


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