French Military Aviation

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Drawings History of French Military Aviation, its organisation, unit histories, detail on the individual aircraft, unit allocations and codes, constructors numbers and fates, etc.

Characteristics

Number of pages 120
Book cover finish
Perfect Paperback
Belgian aviation
yes
Published date
1979 (First edition published 1975)
Language English
Condition Vey Good
Author Paul A. Jackson
Publisher Midland Counties Publications



Description

Drawings History of French Military Aviation, its organisation, unit histories, detail on the individual aircraft, unit allocations and codes, constructors numbers and fates, etc. This is backed-up by extensive photographic coverage, detailed drawings of unit markings, plus various appendices.
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Paul A. Jackson

Immediately on joining Air-Britain in 1964, Paul Jackson contributed to  the monthly Digest’s Readers’ Logs and military and civil aviation news sections. He was a founding member of the Humberside Aviation Society and editor of its newsletter, also finding time to contribute to the now  long-defunct Blackbushe Movements and South-East Air Review, notably on foreign military aviation subjects. After semi-professional contributions to Aviation News and Air Pictorial in the 1970s, and a series of books for Midland Counties Publications, he became a full-time aviation writer in 1979 — both in professional market research and  intelligence, and enthusiasts’ publications and part-works. He joined the compiling team of Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft in 1988 and was  appointed the book’s editor in 1994, filling that position until July 2019. He continues to submit information to sections of Air-Britain News and contribute technical drawings to the society’s books. ‘Hobbies’ exclusively concern aviation photography and flying an Aeronca Chief.

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