The U.S. did not become the world's foremost military air power by accident. The learning curve--World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and more recently the war on terror--has been steep. While climbing this curve, the U.S. has not only out-gunned the opposition, producing superior military aircraft in greater numbers than its foes, but has out-trained them, too. This book provides a comprehensive historical survey of U.S. military training aircraft, including technical specifications, drawings and photographs of each type of fixed and rotary-wing design used over a 98-year period to accomplish the first step of the learning process: the training of pilots and aircrews.aAETC Snapshot.a Air Education and Training Command, http://www.aetc.af.mil./ shared/media/doc ument/AFD-140117a042.pdf, Jan. 2014. aAircraft Database.a Aeroflight, http://www.aero flight.co.uk/aircraft/aircraft-database.htm, periodicallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Military Training Aircraft|
|Author||:||E. R. Johnson, Lloyd S. Jones|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2015-02-18|