3 edition of Aces of the air found in the catalog.
Aces of the air
Joseph Lewis French
|Statement||introduction by Captain Eddie Rickenbacker; edited by Joseph Lewis French.|
|LC Classifications||TL547 .F65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 11-316 p.|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||30006297|
AIR ACES features no shortage of high-stakes aerial expeditions, and the pilots and missions profiled in the series include: George Beurling Premieres August 3 at 9 PM: George Beurling broke every rule in the book yet became one of the greatest fighter pilots of World War II. A loner and a social misfit, Beurling's disdain for protocol branded. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Aircraft of the Aces: Mustang Aces of the Eighth Air Force Vol. 1 by Jerry Scutts (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!/5(4).
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While it does provide a general timeline for the air war, its main focus is on the 56 pilots formally declared as aces by the USSR and several of the other more interesting personnel as well. The book follows the timeline of the introduction and combat operations of the various units with each pilot having his biography and combat achievements. someone who you would always put in the first place.
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Bruning's book is a wonderful tribute to these five heroes (and several others) and belongs in the library of anyone interested in the 5th Air Force, American aces and/or the war in the Southwest Pacific.
Truly an excellent read/5(). rows This is a list of World War II flying r aces in World War II had. Ace of Aces was the first game of this type, but others were done later. Bounty Hunter used much the same format for an old west gunfight (only one set was released, Shootout at the Saloon).
Dragonriders of Pern used the Ace of Aces format in a contest to stop Threadfall. The air war in the Pacific takes a competitive turn in this overstuffed tale. It was a stroke of genius on the part of George Kenney, a general in the U.S. Army Air Forces, when, in the early days of World War II, he orchestrated a visit from Eddie Rickenbacker, the great ace from the previous global conflict, and set up a contest that would award the first pilot to match.
The Osprey Aircraft of the Aces book series by multiple authors includes books Mustang Aces of the Eighth Air Force (Aircraft of the Aces), Bf Aces of North Africa and the Mediterranean (Aircraft of the Aces), Wildcat Aces of World War 2 (Aircraft of the Aces), and several more.
Aces of the Air (March) Karl King/arr. Swearingen - C L Barnhouse Company. Click to review. From the always popular collection of Karl King marches has come another great work of masterful writing.
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Bruning brings 30 years of research to play in this account of the aces who sought to break Eddie Rickenbacker's record and their goal to be be top American ace of WWII. Bruning makes the characters come alive, flaws and all/5.
- World War II Air Combat Game. Wingleader is the World War II incarnation of the Ace of Aces system. The game came in the same sized box as the Deluxe Handy Rotary edition, but it was not merely a recycled World War I edition.
Wingleader introduced Aircraft Cards which provided statistics for a variety of historical aircraft. “Race of Aces,” John Bruning’s action-fueled World War II narrative, follows the elite fighter pilots who competed to shoot down the most enemy : Elizabeth Wein. Genre/Form: Biographies Juvenile works Juvenile literature Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: French, Joseph Lewis, Aces of the air.
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ACES of World War I February 26 at AM This weeks featured pilot is America's one and only Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, of the US Army Air Followers: Aces High: A Further Tribute to the Most Notable Fighter Pilots of the British and Commonwealth Air Forces in WWII v. 2 by Christopher F. Shores (Apr) Hardcover out of 5 stars 4.
Unknown Binding. 4 offers from £/5(8). Each book focuses on the fighter pilots who became aces flying a particular aircraft in a particular war or theatre of war, with first hand accounts from the aces themselves.
Aircraft profiles, unit listings and scale plans support the text. Books in Osprey’s Aircraft of the Aces series cover the full spectrum of manned military flight. Based on new research and full of revelations, John Bruning's brilliant, original book tells the story of how five American pilots contended for personal glory in the Pacific while leading Kenney's resurgent air force against the most formidable enemy America ever faced/5(30).
Aces: A Novel of Pilots in WWII is an historical fiction novel written by Michael January. Eighteen-year-old Lacy Dunbrough was thrilled at the spectacle that was the National Air Races.
It wasand the Cleveland Aerodrome was the site of the competition featuring the best air racers to date. The competition meant rather more to Lacy, however, as the two men Author: Jack Magnus. Aces and Aerial Victories is a collection of firsthand accounts by Air Force fighter crews who flew combat missions over North Vietnam between and They recall their air battles with enemy MIG fighters, the difficult and dangerous tactical maneuvers they had to perform to survive, and their victories and defeats.In JulyBritain's most celebrated air ace, Douglas Bader, and his ragtag squadron of Canadian fighter pilots, go into battle against Hitler's mighty Luftwaffe.
The outcome of the Battle of Britain will determine the future of the free world. .Preserving the distinguished heritage of the American combat fighter ace.
The American Fighter Aces Association was founded in to recognize the over 1, combat pilots from World War I to the present that achieved the status of American Fighter Ace by destroying five or more hostile aircraft in air-to-air combat.