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The best book to understand the multitude of small Boeing biplanes and their serials (US ARMY and US NAVY)owned planes

Caractéristiques

Format 13,3 x 20 x 0,7 cm
Nbr. de pages 139
Traduction Published in Toronto, Canada
Finition Broché
Année d’édition 1965
Langue Anglais
Auteur Peter M. Bowers
Collection / Série Modern Aircraft Series
Editeur Sports Car Press

Description


Each volume is written by an expert in the field and is printed on fine, white paper and profusely illustrated with photographs and diagrams.

The author
Peter M. Bowers, 44, has been dedicated to aviation since before Lindbergh flew the Atlantic in 1927. Given his first airplane ride as a 10th birthday present in 1928, he has been flying continually as a passenger or pilot over since. An intensive hobby of model airplane designing and building led to a sideline career as a magazine writer when the editors of model airplane publications began asking for plans and articles, about his outstanding models. His first article appeared in Air Tailes in 1938, and his writing on technical and hisotrical aviation subjects continues for several national publications and now includes his own books.
À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Peter M. Bowers

Peter M. Bowers ( 15 May 1918 – 27 April 2003 ) was a journalist specializing in the field of aviation. Bowers is famed in the general aviation community for his work with General Aviation News.


Writing 26 books and over 800 articles detailing historic aircraft for a column called “ Of Wings and Things ”, Bowers was a fixture of the newspaper for decades.


Also, an engineer at Boeing, he was an avid aviation photographer and also designed homebuilt aircraft such as the Fly Baby and Namu II. Bowers also completed and flew a Detroit G1 Gull primary glider.


Bowers lived in Seattle for most of his life. He spent five years in the U.S. Army Air Force as a maintenance and intelligence officer.


He served as a contributing editor for Sentry Publications' twin magazine titles Wings and Airpower, drawing on a lifetime of aviation photographs of his own, and of a vast archive collected through his employment at Boeing.

( source Wikipédia )

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