P-40 Warhawk Army Air Corps
72 page book.
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2012, new copy, paper covers, oblong 11 x 8 1/2, glossy page stock, 113 black & white, 13 color photos, as well as 5 line drawings within the covers of this 72 page softbound book. The newest release in CW's groundbreaking Aircraft Pictorial series covers the early "long-nosed" versions of the Army Air Corps' P-40 Warhawk. Digging through records at the National Archives and the National Air and Space Museum, author Dana Bell has uncovered the never-before-told story of this significant fighter. This book presents a narrative that refutes much of what has long been accepted as gospel in the P-40's history, revising the narrative on the aircraft's origins and development, and explaining, for the first time in any publication, the significance and development of the mysterious P-40G.
As with previous books in the series, Aircraft Pictorial Number 5 also provides extensive detail photos of the long-nosed P-40's systems and many physical modifications. Aircraft Pictorial Number 5 will be required reading for aviation historians, restorers, and modelers.