No.S13 (Vol.1) - USAAF Heavy Bomb Group Markings & Camouflage 1941-1945

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This the first of two volumes covering USAAF Heavy Bomb Groups will be followed with Vol. 2 illustrating the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. The author and illustrator wish to acknowledge frequent references to The Mighty Eighth by Roger A. Freeman so far as the 8th Air Force is concerned. Thanks are also due to all those who assisted with photographs and information whose names are listed below in alphabetical order: Jack Canary, Richard M. Bueshel, Rene J. Francillon, R. C. Jones, David W. Menard, Earl Reinert, Frank F. Smith, ? Stacey, Stan Staples, Imperial War Museum, USAF.

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Size 18,5 X 24,7 X 0,3 cm
Nbr. of pages 50
Published date
1972
Language English
Author Eric A. Munday
Collection / Serie AIRCAM AVIATION SERIES
Editor Osprey Publishing Limited, England


The AIRCAM AVIATION SERIES of books took a largely pictorial look at classic military aircraft types, with only a short narrative text serving as introduction. A companion series of specials portrayed the camouflage and markings worn by various military air arms and flying units.

After 5-6 pages of concise text introducing the subject, the remainder of each book comprised b+w photographs, 8 pages of colour profile artwork and 3-4 pages of small plan-view tone drawings, showing the upper and lower surfaces of the aircraft illustrated in colour.

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