Naval aircraft planes that are able to launch from and land on ships have played an ever-increasing role in wartime conflicts. This fully illustrated reference book charts the early history of naval aviation, from the pioneering days when biplanes were catapulted from converted destroyers through to the ace-making aircraft of World War II. An A Z directory of over 70 aircraft describes the main characteristics of each plane, with details about its country of origin, first flight, power, armament, size, weight and performance. The book provides enthusiasts with a fascinating portrayal of the naval aircraft of this significant period in history. THE COMPLETE VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NAVAL AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WARS I AND II Features a directory of over 70 aircraft with 330 identification photographs Francis Crosby CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Author: Francis Crosby led the Marketing Department at the Imperial War Museum s branch at Duxford, England. He then established a marketing and business development consultancy, and works with visitor attractions as well as heritage and cultural organizations around the world.
Biblio NotesShipborne fighters, bombers, flying boats and naval planes, including the Curtiss Helldiver, Mitsubishi Zero- Sen, Supermarine Seafire, Fairey Swordfish, Grumman F6F Hellcat, Mitsubishi Zero and Vought F4U Corsair Examines the history and evolution of naval aircraft, from the first flights launched from ships and their pioneering role in World War I to the rise of naval airpower during World War II, with special reference to Pearl Harbor, the Doolittle Raid and the Battle of Midway
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