Dogfighters: Aerial Combat in World War II Bill Yenne

ISBN: 9781885440518

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Hardcover

176 pages


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Dogfighters: Aerial Combat in World War II  by  Bill Yenne

Dogfighters: Aerial Combat in World War II by Bill Yenne
| Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 176 pages | ISBN: 9781885440518 | 9.66 Mb

In World War II, air power was an element in the early Axis victories and it was a key part of the final Allied victory. World War II was the first war in which air superiority over the battlefield was essential, and the task of achieving airMoreIn World War II, air power was an element in the early Axis victories and it was a key part of the final Allied victory. World War II was the first war in which air superiority over the battlefield was essential, and the task of achieving air superiority fell to the fighter pilots. The aerial combat of World War II is the stuff of legends.In this book we analyze the key fighter aircraft of World War II, as well as the combat tactics with which they were deployed.

The operational analysis of the aircraft and the description of air combat tactics is provided exclusively for this book by fighter ace Lt. Col. Robert J. Goebel (USAF, retired), who flew numerous Allied aircraft and he achieved 11 aerial combat victories in Europe against the Luftwaffes best.

This book also features the color cut-away drawings of noted military illustrator John Batchelor.Also included are diagrams of actual aerial combat maneuvers such as the Immelman, the scissors and the split-S turn.



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