The dramatic story of the RAF airmen whose effort to supply Allied troops on the ground during Operation Market Garden—the battle to take the bridges at Arnhem—stands as one of the most heroic episodes of World War II.
A brilliant visual history of manned flight that profiles more than 100 planes, helicopters, and balloons; in-depth spreads on the most iconic aircraft of each era; coverage of key people and manufacturers; and more.
The story of Vietnam veteran and Phantom F-4 pilot Col. Gail Peck, who helped establish the “Constant Peg” program to ensure that we were unbeatable against our Cold War adversaries flying the legendary MiG fighter jets.
Vietnam has often been called our “first helicopter war.” Vietnam veteran Dick Camp draws on personal accounts, after-action reports, and official documents to chart the war through the prism of helicopter operations.
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