Boeing 707 by Barry J. Schiff. A Nostalgic Look at the Dawn of the Jet Age
This book, written by a young TWA 707 captain, one of the first people to fly this remarkable aircraft, provides an informative introduction to the Boeing 707 and the designs that led to this ground-breaking aircraft. The book is well illustrated, with many photos that will also appeal to the technical enthusiast. For the airplane history buff, this book would be well worth five stars.
The F-4 Phantom II by G.G.O’Rourke
A good story, but the true value of this book is when it was written. The author tells his story nearly contemporaneous with the peak usage of the F-4 during the Vietnam War. Some of the comments and perspectives are difficult to find today.
The B-24 Liberator by Steve Birdsall.
This book gives a operational history of the type, supported by over 100 monochrome photos -Interesting for some great pics and nice anecdotes.
The P-51 Mustang by Len Morgan.
This 92-page book was published in 1979 as an overview of the P-51 Mustang Fighter. It contains both descriptive text of operating the aircraft as well as background on its development and deployment. It also contains a condensed version of the 1945 Pilot Training Manual.
The P-38 Lightning by Gene Gurney.
The P-47 Thunderbolt by Len Morgan.
Includes reproductions from the Flight handbook issued to Thunderbolt pilots during World War II.
Old KLM Key chain 50’s.
Martinair Boeing 767-300 Fox Kids 1/200 scale desk model