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FEW OF THE FIRST, A , Lewis, Bruce, Leo Cooper, 1997, as new, see photo, thirteen first-hand accounts of flying in the RFC and RNAS during the First World War, photos, 246 pgs. $15.00
FE 2b/d vs ALBATROS SCOUTS Miller, James, Osprey, 2014, new (soft cover), see scan, design & development, technical specifications, combat, many photos (b&w as well as color), 80 pgs $13.00
FIGHTER PILOT, McScotch, Butler & Tanner, 1936, good (cover wear, 1 photo missing), see scan, McScotch is a pseudonym for the author's real name, William Maclanachan. He flew Nieuports in No. 40 Sqdn. and was a close friend of Mick Mannock, photos & maps, 248 pgs. $30.00
FIGHTING AIRMAN , Biddle, Charles, Doubleday, 1968, vg/vg , Air Combat Classic, author flew w/SPA 73, 13th & 103rd Aero Sqdns., photos, 289 pgs. $10.00
FIGHTING AMERICA FLYING BOATS OF WW I, VOLUME 1, Owers, Colin, Aeronaut, 2016, new (soft cover), see scan, signed by author, describes & illustrates the development of the America and Felixstowe flying boats of WWI with text, 745 photos and drawings, color profiles,aircraft production & technical specifications. An overview of their operational use is included. 355 photos & drawings, 27 color profiles, a color cutaway drawing of the H-16, scale drawings of the F.1 and F.3. 272 pgs. $52.00
FIGHTING TRIPLANES , Hagingham, Evan, Macmillian, 1968, vg vg (chipping), see photo, the design and operational history of 80 planes built by the British, French, Italians, Germans and americans. 240 pages, Illustrated with many b&w photos and line drawings 240 pgs. $25.00
FIRE OVER ENGLAND, Castle, H.G., Leo Cooper, 1982, f/f (as new), see scan, strategy and tactics of both the British & Germans during the WWI zeppelin raids, photos, 254 pgs. $10.00
FIRST AIR CAMPAIGN, August 1914- November 1918, Lawson, Eric & Jane, Combined Books, 1996, as new, see photo, recounts the development of the airplane as a weapon in warfare, leading aces, order of battle, photos, 249 pgs. $10.00
FIRST AIR WAR, A PICTORIAL HISTORY 1914-1919, Treadwell & Wood, Barnes & Noble, 1998, as new, see photo, over 200 photos illustrate this book about U.S. aviators & aircraft in the WW I, including American volunteers in France, creation of US Air Service, Army & Navy air units, and POWs, 152 pgs. $10.00
FIRST EAGLES, Mortimer, Gavin, Zemith, 2014, f/f (as new), see scan, Hundreds of Americans volunteered to fly for the British in World War I. 28 became aces, photos, 240 pgs. $12.00
FIRST NAVAL AIR WAR, THE, Treadwell, Terry, Tempus, 2002, new, soft cover, see photo, examines the part played by US aviators & aircraft in WWI, reasons the US entered the war, development of the US Air Service & Naval Air Service, their early uses of aircraft in a combat situation, detail specific battles & units, highlight key personalities & ordinary pilots, escape reports from pilots, photos, 192 pgs. $12.00
FIRST TO FLY, Flood, Charles, Atlantic Monthly, 2015, f/f (as new), see scan, the Americans who joined the French in WW I & formed the first all American Squadron, Escadrille N124, the LAYFETTE ESCADRILLE, photos, 266 pgs. $10.00
FLYING FURY, McCudden, James, DoubledY, vg/vg, 1968, see scan, , McCudden was an outstanding British Fighter ace, his first hand account written just days before his death, photos, 356 pages. $24.00
FLYING MINNOWS,, Vee, Roger (Vivian Voss), John Hamilton, 1935, good (cover wear, spine fade, minor foxing), see scan, the author flew the Bristo Fighter with Nos 48 & 88 Sqdns, with 4 victories. This book uses ficticious names for his fellow pilots. Included with this book is a listing from the 1977 edition which gives correct names, photos, 320 pgs. $25.00
FLYING THE OLD PLANES, Tallman, Frank, Doubleday, 1973, vg/vg, see scan, The author relates experiences he had flying 25 aircraft that he either owned or flew in the movies, over 200 photos (24 in color), 255 pgs. $19.50
43 SQUADRON, Beedle, J., Beaumont, 1966, vg/vg (rubbed), see scan, 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. $25.00
FRANK LUKE-THE SEPTEMBER RAMPAGE, Haiber, William, Info Devel, 1999, new (soft cover), see photo, in 21 days of aerial combat, Luke scored 21 victories, photos, 220 pgs. $22.00
FRENCH AEROPLANES BEFORE THE GREAT WAR, Opdycke, Leonard, Schiffer, 1999, new,
see photo, log of nearly 700 French builders, many rare photos from Musee de l'Air, 288 pgs.
FRIENDLESS SKY, THE, McKee, Alexander, Morrow, 1964, f/f, see photo,development of the airplane through narratives of air battles, photos, 256 pgs. $10.00

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