|BLUE MAX AIRMEN, VOLUME 9,|
Bronnenkant, Lance, Aeronaut, 2017, new, soft cover, covers 2 fighter aces, Carl Allmenroder & Adolf Ritter von Tutschek, bomber commander Ernst Brandenburg & observer Paul von Pechmann, 182 photographs & 11 color profiles, 142 pgs.
|BRITISH AIRCRAFT OF WW I - Volume 1,|
Owers, Colin, Aeronaut, 2017, new (soft cover), British experimental fighters Part 1, documents 9 interesting British experimental fighters in detail , photos, scale drawings, and color profiles. The aircraft covered are the Austin Osprey, Boulton & Paul Bobolink, Nieuport B.N.1, Sopwith Snipe, Vickers F.B.16 series, Bristol M.R.1, Westland N.1B, and Westland Weasel, 133 photographs, 33 color profiles, 12 color top views, and scale drawings of 9 aircraft types, 154 pgs.
| TEST PILOTS,|
Hallion, Richard, Doubleday, 1981, f/f (as new), Fine condition (no marks, tight binding) with fine dust jacket, signed by author, , Test flying from the Montgulfiers to Cayley to Lilienthal to the modern jets & rockets, photos, 347 pages.
| 43 SQUADRON, |
Beedle, J., Beaumont, 1966, vg/vg (rubbed), the Squadron was formed in 1916 flying 1 1/2 Strutters. They flew mainly Hurricanes & Spitfires in WW II. The jet age brought in Meteors & Hunters. All of there C.O.S. , Bases & Aircraft are listed, photos, 336 pages.
|FLYING YEARS, THE |
Buchanan, Lamont, Putnam, 1953, vg/vg, a photographic history of aviation on the 50th anniversary of the Wright brothers flight, many photos, 188 pgs.
| HALF A LIFE,|
Barnes, James Strachey, Coward McCann, 1934, vg/g (worn & some chipping, he was noted more for his politics. He flew in the No. 34 Sqdn. RFC during WW I, 342 pages.
|INDIAN AIR FORCE AND ITS AIRCRAFT, |
Green, William, Pilot Press, 1982, vg (soft cover), covers the history (1932-1982) with emphasis on more modern aircraft like the MiG 21 & MiG 23, photos, color profiles, 80 pages.
| GHOST SOLDIERS,|
Sides, Hamiton, Doubleday, 2001, f/f (as new), in early 1945, the 6th Ranger Bn. infiltrated the Japanese occupied war zone to rescue over 500 P.O.W.s at Cabarnatuan, photos, 342 pgs.
|GERMAN ACE TELLS WHY, |
Guenther, Newhard, Sci-Art Publisher, 1942, VG, the author uses an unnamed Luftwaffe pilot's diarty to show the emotions & total depression of Hitlerism. The pilot's family was still in Germany at the time of publication, 82 pgs.
| AMERICAB AIR INTELLIGENCE BULLETINS - March 29 to November 16, 1918, |
American Air Intelligence bulletins (copies) mounted in a card cover binding, coves March to November 1918, oversized, 368 pages.
| LETTERS FROM A FLYING OFFICER, |
Wortley, Rothesay Stewart, Oxford University, 1928, vg (no marks, tight binding, cover wear), consists of extracts from the diary of an RFC pilot giving a picture of the life of a pilot during World War I, 207 pgs.
| NEW YORK AIR SHOW DIRECTORY |
New York Air Show, Madison Square Garden, Official Directory May 3-11, 1930, 40 page booklet
| CHARLES WILLARD (1883-19770), |
Willard was Glenn Curtiss's first flying pupil. He soloed July 30, 1909. He insribed this 16 page booklet which covers his flying for the ears 1909-1910 with photos and 2-view drawings of the Curtiss Golden Flyer.