North American T-6 Harvard
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||November 2000|
|SIZE:||280 x 220 mm|
|INSIDE:||250 black & white photographs|
The North American T-6 is one of the most successful aeroplanes of all times. With a career that has lasted well over half the history of flight, it looks set to still be flying when examples are over seventy years old.
Here Peter C Smith tells the full story of all T-6 variants in this new addition to the Crowood Aviation series. From the years prior to World War Two to the present day, he charts its training record, its combat history and describes the many variants that go to make up this unique family of aircraft.
With over 250 photographs and a lively and well-researched text, this volume should find a welcome with many ex-pilots and enthusiasts.