By Wayne Wachsmuth
;B-36 Peacemaker intimately & scale (D&S Vol.47) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: B-36 Peacemaker intimately & scale (D&S Vol.47)Автор: Wayne WachsmuthИздательство: Squadron/Signal PublicationsISBN: 1888974052 / 0890242399Год: 1997Страниц: 75Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 52.54МБЯзык: английскийVery little has been written in regards to the B-36, and what's to be had doesn't get into a lot element approximately this special airplane. only a few pictures of its many strange good points were released. In 1990, former SAC bomber pilot and modeler, Wayne Wachsmuth, determined to do a ebook at the B-36 within the element and Scale sequence. a hundred and fifty+ photographs. improvement and operational heritage with exact assurance of cockpit, engines, bomb bays, touchdown equipment & protecting systems.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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B-36 Peacemaker in detail & scale (D&S Vol.47) by Wayne Wachsmuth