McDonnell Douglas AD Skyraider
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||August 1999|
|SIZE:||280 x 220 mm|
|INSIDE:||8 pages colour, 200 black & white photographs|
Douglas AD Skyraider tells the remarkable story of a remarkable aeroplane. This big piston engined dive-bomber was designed at the end of World War Two and saw service in Korea and Vietnam, where its capabilities became legendary. Its rugged construction and load carrying capabilities made it ideal for a wide variety of tasks and ensured its longevity.
Dive-bombing historian Peter C Smith tells the full story of its design, development and operational use in this welcome addition to the CrowoodAviation Series.
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