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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
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 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 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 FOR FRANCE, McConnell, James, Doubleday, 1917, VG with a dust jacket (worn & faded).see scan, The author was an American pilot with the Lafayette escadrille, photos, 157 pages. $32.00
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
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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