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Aeronautics at the Mid-Century

By: Hunsacker, Jerome

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New Haven, Yale University Press, 1952


Blue cloth in unclipped jacket. 116 pp. With a few black and white photos and illustrations. A look at the state of technology of aeronautics in the mid 20th century, anticipating the changes in trade, culture travel and politics that could occur as the result of then recent innovations. This includes a look at the innovation in technology developed by the military, including jet propulsion and aerodynamics, as well as applications in the commercial sector. GOOD conditio... View more info

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American Aviators in the Great War 1914-1918

By: Glasebrook, Millie (editor)

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Carson City, NV, Glasebrook Foundation, 1984


Wraps. Quarto. Black and white photos of pilots throughout. 155 pp. A biographical list of American pilots and aviators who flew and served during World War I, often attached to the military of other countries' armies, including France. The list includes a biography of the noted African-American pilot, Eugene Jacques Bullard, who received many of France's highest honors for his service during the war. Present are the signatures, in the margin of the text at their respect... View more info

B-17 Nose Art Name Directory. Includes group, squadron and aircraft serial numbers and photo Availability

By: Forman, Wallace R

Price: $18.00

Publisher: North Branch, MN, Phalanx Publishing, 1996


Glossy wraps. Quarto. 96 pp. With a section of black and white photos in the middle. A list format of names of B-17 bombers in World War II, giving names of the bombers, group, squadron and serial numbers and whether or not there are pictures of the bomber. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning to the covers. Light curling along the extremities. View more info

B-24 Liberator in Action. Aircraft No. 21

By: Birdsall, Steve

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Warren, MI, Squadron/Signal Publications, 1975


Color illustrated wraps. Oblong quarto. 50 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A primarily visual record of the US Air Force's use of the B-24 Liberator during World War II, documenting and discussing design and technical aspects, various innovations, as well as use in the European and Pacific theaters during the War. With some photos of nose art. VERY GOOD+ condition. Minor edgewear. Light toning to the paper. View more info

B-25 Mitchell in Civil Service.

By: Thompson, Scott A

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Elk Grove, CA, Aero Vintage Books, 1997

Edition: First Edition


Stated first printing. Glossy photo illustrated wraps. Quarto. 136 pp. Color and black and white photos throughout. A thorough history of the B-25 Mitchell, documenting those that were transitioned from military to civilian use, and providing individual histories on those planes that were used in Hollywood, putting out forest fires and other commercial uses. With aircraft numbers and other information useful for the historian. VERY GOOD condition. Minor curling and edgew... View more info

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Battle Planes. Famous Warplanes of United States, Great Britain, Germany, and Italy

By: No author given

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, Dell Publishing, 1941


Color illustrated wraps. Quarto. 40 pp. Illustrations in blue and red throughout. A work providing basic descriptions and technical specifications of various planes in use during the first part of World War II, including the Bell 'Aircobra,' the Blackburn 'Roc,' Boulton and Paul 'Defiant,' Breda 88, Curtiss Hawk, Dornier DO-24, Grumman Fighter, Heinkel 111-K, Messerschmitt 110 and many others. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the book. Minor soiling and a few scattered ... View more info

Beyond Horizons. Air Expo '91. NAS So. Weymouth Sept. 7 and 8, 1991

By: No author given

Price: $15.00

Publisher: No Place, Image International, Publisher, 1991


Color photo illustrated wraps. Unpaginated, approximately 40 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A program and guide to the 1991 Air Expo at the Naval Air Station in Weymouth, Massachusetts, featuring photos and articles on the F-117 Stealth Fighter, the US Army Blackhawk, F/A-18 Hornet, a look at the history of South Weymouth NAS, helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light Seven Four, etc. VERY GOOD+ condition. Very light wrinkling and fading to the covers. View more info

Blue Farewell to Boston Air Show. NAS South Weymouth June 7, 8 and 9 1996

By: No author given.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Cumberland, RI, Image International, 1996


Color photo illustrated wraps, with a photo of the Blue Angels on the rear cover. 24 pp. Black and white and a few color illustrations throughout. A souvenir program to an air show held at the South Weymouth Naval Air Station in Massachusetts in 1996. With photos and descriptive technical info on the US Navy F-14, US Army UH-60, US Air Force B-2, the US Navy F-18 and many others. VERY GOOD+ condition. Minor fading and edgewear. View more info

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. Warbird Tech Series. Volume 7

By: Johnsen, Frederick A.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: North Branch, MN, Specialty Press, 1997


Photo illustrated wraps. Quarto. 100 pp. Black and white photos and line drawings throughout. A history of the B-17 Flying Fortress, including a look at its design, technical aspects and evolution of design, as well as documenting its use and importance during World War II, including specific battles and operations. Many photos throughout. VERY GOOD condition. Minor fading, rubbing and edgewear. View more info

Boeing B-17B-H Flying Fortress in USAAF, USAF, USN, USMC, USCG, RAF, French, Danish, Portuguese, IDF/AF, Dominican and Brazilian AF Service. Arco-Aircam Aviation Series No. 17

By: McDowell, Ernest.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Arco Publishing, 1970


Illustrated wraps. Unpaginated. Black and white photos throughout, with a few color illustrations. A primarily visual record of the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, offering a short history of its use in combat operations during World War II, followed by postwar use. Many photos throughout, with short descriptive commentary. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning, fading and edgewear. View more info

Camouflage and Markings. Republic P-47 Thunderbolt. USAAF, ETO and MTO 1942-1945. No. 15

By: No author Given

Price: $10.00

Publisher: London, Ducimus Books Limited,


no date. Wraps. 50-71 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A short history of the various markings and camouflage paint schemes used on the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt in service of the USAAF, ETO and MTO in World War II during 1942 to 1945. VERY GOOD condition. Some toning to the piece. Light edgewear. View more info

Curtiss Navy Hawks in Action. Aircraft Number 156.

By: Bowers, Peter

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Carrollton, TX, Squadron/Signal Publications,


no date. Glossy illustrated wraps. Oblong quarto. 49 pp. Black and white photos throughout, with a few illustrations in color. A brief technical history of various models of Curtiss Hawks airplanes. This includes the F6C-3 F6C-6, F6C-4, XF6C-6, etc. NEAR FINE with very light edgewear. View more info

Curtiss P-40

By: No author Given

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fallbrook CA, Aero Publishers, 1965


Illustrated wraps. Unpaginated. Black and white photos and illustrations throughout, with a short section of color illustrations. A primarily visual look at the design and features of the Curtiss P-40, accompanied by brief descriptive captions. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning and soiling to the covers. Light edgewear. View more info

F2A Buffalo in Action

By: Maas, Jim.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Carrollton, TX, Squadron/Signal Publications, 1987


Color illustrated wraps. Oblong quarto. 49 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A history of the airplane F2A Buffalo, including its use in World War II by the US Navy and its aircraft carriers. VERY GOOD+ condition. Minor toning and edgewear. View more info

F4F Wildcat in Action. Aircraft Number 84

By: Linn, Don

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Carrollton, TX, Squadron/Signal Publications, 1988


Color illustrated wraps. Oblong quarto. 50 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A history and study of the origin, evolution in design and development of the F4F wildcat, as well as a look at its role during World War II, including at Guadalcanal in the Pacific. VERY GOOD condition. Minor scuffing to the covers. Light edgewear. View more info