The Aviation Historian Issue 43: Small is Beautiful?

19,95 

Content:
Content:
– Editor’s letter
– Air Correspondence
– Teddy Petter & The Case for Shorter Steps /Prof. K. Hayward FRAeS explores the UK’s 1950s procurement dilemma
– Excessive Force, pt. 1 /The attacks made by Japanese military aircraft on the airliners of China’s CNAC and Eurasia companies during 1937-41
– A Revolutionary Approach / British aerial weapons: Iain R. Murray takes a technical look at the UPKEEP weapon used in the famous Dambusters raid 80 years ago
– OOH-Là-Là, C’est le Quatre-Mille! / Dassault’s Super Mirage 4000, relating how the cutting-edge delta combat aircraft became victim of a classically French existential crisis
– Raisng Steam / During 1898-1912 Swedish inventor C. R. Nyberg turned his attention to building steam-powered flying-machines
– Striving for Accuracy, Pt. 1 / RAF’s post-war drive to increase bombing efficiency and the development of new systems for conventional bombing
– Spartan’s Olympic Hopeful / The elegant 1930s Spartan Executive light tourer is well-known, but it also was used as the basis for an armed military version
– Storming Performance pt. 2 / Westland Whirlwind fighter: P. Stoddart FRAeS considers, whether fitting new engines might have made the difference
– Full Tilt / The Weser P.16 tiltrotor
– Wings are the Wheels of Today / The slow development of British freighter aircraft to a close with a survey of the wartime designs mooted by forward-thinking manufacturers
– Argentina’s Big Cats / Grumman Panther jet fighter into service in 1958 and later swept-wing Cougar
– Nimewacs Anyone? / RAF aircraft with the search for a moniker for the ill-starred British Aerospace Nimrod AEW.3
– Armchair Aviation
– Lost & Found
– My First Deck Landing
– Off the Beaten Track

Inhalt:
Content:
– Editor’s letter
– Air Correspondence
– Teddy Petter & The Case for Shorter Steps /Prof. K. Hayward FRAeS explores the UK’s 1950s procurement dilemma
– Excessive Force, pt. 1 /The attacks made by Japanese military aircraft on the airliners of China’s CNAC and Eurasia companies during 1937-41
– A Revolutionary Approach / British aerial weapons: Iain R. Murray takes a technical look at the UPKEEP weapon used in the famous Dambusters raid 80 years ago
– OOH-Là-Là, C’est le Quatre-Mille! / Dassault’s Super Mirage 4000, relating how the cutting-edge delta combat aircraft became victim of a classically French existential crisis
– Raisng Steam / During 1898-1912 Swedish inventor C. R. Nyberg turned his attention to building steam-powered flying-machines
– Striving for Accuracy, Pt. 1 / RAF’s post-war drive to increase bombing efficiency and the development of new systems for conventional bombing
– Spartan’s Olympic Hopeful / The elegant 1930s Spartan Executive light tourer is well-known, but it also was used as the basis for an armed military version
– Storming Performance pt. 2 / Westland Whirlwind fighter: P. Stoddart FRAeS considers, whether fitting new engines might have made the difference
– Full Tilt / The Weser P.16 tiltrotor
– Wings are the Wheels of Today / The slow development of British freighter aircraft to a close with a survey of the wartime designs mooted by forward-thinking manufacturers
– Argentina’s Big Cats / Grumman Panther jet fighter into service in 1958 and later swept-wing Cougar
– Nimewacs Anyone? / RAF aircraft with the search for a moniker for the ill-starred British Aerospace Nimrod AEW.3
– Armchair Aviation
– Lost & Found
– My First Deck Landing
– Off the Beaten Track

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