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Britain's Cold War Bombers

Britain's Cold War Bombers by Tim McLelland, ISBN: 9781781555347
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ISBN: 9781781555347
Publisher: Fonthill Media
Published: 26 May, 2016
Format: Paperback
Language: English

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Britain's Cold War Bombers

Britain's Cold War Bombers explores the creation and development of the jet bomber, tracing the emergence of the first jet designs (the Valiant and Vulcan) through to the first-generation jets which entered service with the RAF and Fleet Air Arm. Each aircraft type is examined, looking at how the design was created and how this translated into an operational aircraft. The basic development and service history of each type is explained, with a narrative which links the linear appearance of each new design, leading to the present day and the latest generation of Typhoon aircraft. Other aircraft types covered are the Canberra, Sperrin, Victor, Scimitar, Buccaneer, Nimrod, Phantom, Sea Harrier, Jaguar, Tornado GR1/4 and Typhoon.

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