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Northrop F-20 Tigershark - Air Force Legends 228 NAVAL FIGHTER.
SKU NF-AF228
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

Northrop F-20 Tigershark Book by Northrop test pilot Paul Metz with Tigershark entries quoted by 8 other test pilots/engineers. 144 pages, 296 color photos, 20 black-and-white photos and 135 illustrations. The F-20 was conceived as the next evolution of the Fighter for Export (FX), a concept that has been in place for more than 50 years and a formalized U.S. government policy for more than 25 years. Northrop invested $1.2 billion of its own money in this policy. However, no production contract followed, not because of some technical deficiency but because of a change in government policy on what our allies would receive in U.S. military aid. This book traces the development of the 3 generations of a 1955 design called the N-156 that became the T-38 and the F-5A/B. The F-5A/B evolved into the F-5E/F and finally the F-20 Tigershark. Each step in that progression consisted of keeping up with the latest Soviet fighters. The F-20 was designed to counter the fourth-generation MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters. The book reveals the unique design goals that produced a reliable, easy to maintain, easy to fly and agile fighter-bomber within the reach of many Allied air forces in the wake of World War II. The story is told by first-person accounts ("Tigershark Voices") of the struggles and triumphs to create a new type of fighter in a world of increasingly complex, expensive, and high-maintenance fighters. Other "Tigershark Voices" take the reader into the cockpits of F-5s and F-20s as pilots describe the flight of this breed of fighter. This definitive Tigershark book features original documents and photographs, most in color and previously unpublished. Original documents of the USAF fighting to name the Tigershark F-20, presidential directives to build a fighter for export, and limitations on sales, performance without government funding are just a few of the many examples of original documents crucial to the history of the F-20. Also included are the various post-F-20 proposals: the RF-20A/B, F-20B/C/E/F, and the Lavi fighters. Like all Ginter books, the F-20 Tigershark presents information of interest to the scale modeler. In addition to detailed color photos, the book contains many detailed factory drawings of the F-5 and F-20 with 3 views, cross-section cuts, and interior drawings showing the structure and equipment in great detail. The comparative cockpit drawings are masterpieces of the graphic arts. The North American YF-93 was a prototype single-engine arrow-wing fighter jet designed by the U.S. company North American Aviation in the 1950s. Designed to meet the need to provide an escort fighter for strategic bombers of the period, the YF-93 remained at the prototype stage and never went into production, while still being used by NACA until 1956.

 
 
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Martin XB-48 - Air Force Legends 226 NAVAL FIGHTER
SKU NF-AF226
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

Martin XB-48 book 48 pages, 96 black and white photos, 3 color photos, 26 black and white illustrations. In 1944, the Army issued requirements for a jet-powered medium bomber that eventually generated four aircraft. These were the North American B-45 (see Air Force Legends 224), Convair XB-46 (see Air Force Legends 221), Boeing B-47, and the Martin XB-48 which is the subject of this book. The specifications were quite general and called for an 80,000- to 200,000-pound aircraft with an altitude of 45,000 feet, a range of 3,000 miles, and a top speed of 550 mph. The Martin design was a three-seat, straight-wing, six-jet, high-wing, all-metal medium bomber. The unique landing gear developed by Martin consisted of a twin-wheel main gear located in tandem with a single type wing gear with stabilizer. This equipment arrangement allowed for a huge continuation bomb bay with fast-acting doors capable of carrying a 22,000-pound "Grand Slam" bomb. The other unique feature of the aircraft was the installation of the six J35 engines. Each engine (three on a wing) had its own square nacelle separated by bypass ducts framed by a thin wing plate at the bottom of the three engines mounted under each wing.

 
 
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Bell XFM / YFM Airacuda Bomber Destroyer - Air Force Legends 225 NAVAL FIGHTER
SKU NF-AF225
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

Book Bell XFM / YFM Airacuda Bomber Destroyer - 48 pages 131 black and white photos, 7 drawings Author Steve Ginter The Bell XFM-1/YFM-1 Airacuda was the first aircraft designed and built by Larry Bell's new Bell Aircraft Corp. (founded July 1935). It was to be a futuristic and innovative Allison V-1710-powered twin-thrust bomber destroyer armed with 37 mm cannons mounted in the forward engine nacelles. The aircraft carried a crew of five and had both .30 and .50 defensive armaments. It was also the first fighter to have an auxiliary power unit (APU). Fourteen aircraft were built: one XFM-1, nine YFM-1s, three YFM-1As (with tricycle landing gear) and two YFM-1Bs. The first flight of the Airacuda took place on September 28, 1939, and all aircraft were retired from service in 1941.  

 
 
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US Navy Squadron Histories No 301 BLACK KNIGHTS RULE
SKU NF-301
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

US Navy Squadron Histories No 301 BLACK KNIGHTS RULE (BKR)A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF VBF-718 / VF-68A / VF-837 / VF-154 / VFA-154 - 1946-2013 Lo Strike Fighter Squadron 154 (VFA-154), noto anche come "Black Knights", è uno squadrone di caccia d'attacco della Marina degli Stati Uniti di stanza presso la Naval Air Station Lemoore. I Black Knights sono uno squadrone della flotta operativa che pilota l'F/A-18F Super Hornet. Dal 2014, VFA-154 è assegnato al Carrier Air Wing Eleven (CVW-11) e schierato a bordo della portaerei USS Nimitz (CVN-68). Il loro nominativo è "Knight". Le radici del VFA-154 possono essere fatte risalire al VBF-718, uno squadrone della Naval Air Reserve che fu fondato al NAS New York, il 1 luglio 1946. Lo squadrone fu ribattezzato VF-68A, il 1 febbraio 1947, VF-837 ??in poi. 1 dicembre 1949, VF-154 il 4 febbraio 1953 e, infine, VFA-154 il 1 ottobre 2003. Steve Ginter's Books ha appena pubblicato un'eccezionale e approfondita storia dei Cavalieri Neri scritta dal famoso storico dell'aviazione navale, Angelo Romano, con contributi del fotografo icona ed ex redattore capo e fondatore di The Hook Magazine, Robert L. Lawson. Le radici del VFA-154 possono essere fatte risalire al VBF-718, uno squadrone della Naval Air Reserve che fu fondato al NAS New York, il 1 luglio 1946. Lo squadrone fu ribattezzato VF-68A, il 1 febbraio 1947, VF- 837 il 1 dicembre 1949, VF-154 il 1 febbraio 1953 e, infine, VFA-154 il 1 ottobre 2003. Il governo dei Cavalieri Neri! (BKR) - A Pictorial History of VBF-718 / VF-68A / VF-837 ??/ VF-154 / VFA-154 - 1946-2013, è il primo delle nuove US NAVY SQUADRON HISTORIES. La copertura fotografica sulla stirpe dei Cavalieri Neri è quanto di più completo si sia mai visto, sia in termini fotografici che di contenuto storico. Il libro contiene 388 foto a colori, 104 foto in bianco e nero, dozzine di campioni di colore, illustrazioni a 6 colori e include F6F, F4U, F9F, FJ3, F8U/F8, F4, F14, F/A18. 

 
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North-American YF-93A
SKU NF-AF227
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

North-American YF-93A Penetration Fighter Air Force Legends 227 By William Simone 52 pages, 4 color and 87 black and white photos, with 39 drawings.The often forgotten North American YF-93A (NA-157) was an advanced version of the F-86A Sabre day fighter designed for penetration fighter requirements. It was originally designated F-86C and was designed around NACA exhaust outlets and an 8,000-pound J48 afterburner engine with three times the fuel of the F-86A, giving it an extremely long range. The other two fighter candidates for penetration (the XF-88 and XF-90) had flown long before the YF-93. All three types were not developed beyond prototypes as the penetration fighter requirement was abandoned by the Air Force. The aircraft sported wings and tail coupled to a new beffy fuselage with added electronics and 6-20 mm cannon. The increased weight design resulted in a redesigned and reinforced twin-wheel main body. Only two aircraft were built and NACA intakes were replaced on one ship with conventional intakes resulting in increased overall performance. After retirement, the two YF-93As were used at Moffett Field, California, for further NACA testing before being scrapped.The North American YF-93 was a prototype single-engine arrow-wing fighter jet designed by the U.S. company North American Aviation in the 1950s.Designed to meet the need to provide an escort fighter for strategic bombers of the period, the YF-93 remained at the prototype stage and never went into production, yet was used by NACA until 1956.

 
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SMOKIN' TIGERS
SKU NF-307
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

SMOKIN' TIGERSA Pictorial History of Reconnaissance Attack Squadron ONE (RVAH-1)by Michael Grove and Angelo Romano

 
 
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Douglas F4D-1 / F-6A Skyray
SKU NF-113
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

Douglas F4D-1 / F-6A Skyray By Nick Williams256-pages, over 600 b&w photos and drawings, 23-pages of color (86-color photos).

 
 
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North-American B-45 Tornado
SKU NF-224
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

North-American B-45 Tornado. 264-pages (13-pages of color). 90,000 words, over 450 images. Author Geof Hays.  

 
 
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Douglas C-74 Globemaster
SKU NF-223
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Douglas C-74 Globemaster By Nicholas M. Williams, 104 pages (88 in b&w, 16 in color), 141 b&w photos, 35 color photos, 22 illustrations.

 
 
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World Class DIAMONDBACKS
SKU NF-306
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

World Class DIAMONDBACKS. A Pictorial History of Strike Fighter Squadron 102 (VFA-102) by Angelo Romano   US NAVY SQUADRON HISTORIES No. 306 ISBN-13: 978-1-7349727-3-3 Soft bound (NF306)   Originally designated Fighter Squadron 102 (VF-102), the DIAMONDBACKS of Strike Fighter Squadron 102 (VFA-102) were established on 1 Jul 1955 in Jacksonville, Florida. The first aircraft to carry the distinctive DIAMONDBACK markings was the McDonnell F2H Banshee, a twin-engine fighter-bomber with four 20mm internal cannons. The DIAMONDBACKS' inaugural deployment took place on-board the USS RANDOLPH (CV-15), in July 1956. After this deployment, the squadron transitioned to the Douglas F4D-1 Skyray. In 1960, the DIAMONDBACKS moved to NAS Oceana, Virginia, and transitioned to the McDonnell Douglas F-4B Phantom II. This marked the beginning of a 20-year association with the Phantom. In Jun 1981, the DIAMONDBACKS bade farewell to the Phantom and transitioned to the Grumman F-14A Tomcat. The Tomcat's design provided the pilot and RIO with a formidable air-to-air radar and weapons system. The long-range AWG-9 radar and its multiple track, multiple launch capable AIM-54 Phoenix missile system, AIM-7 Sparrow and AIM-9 Sidewindermissiles, and the six-barrelled 20mm cannon, comprised the Tomcat's weapons suite. With the addition to the Tomcat of the Tactical Air Reconnaissance Pod System (TARPS) in 1982, the DIAMONDBACKS added the tactical aerial photo reconnaissance mission to their traditional fighter role. In 1992, VF-102 and the Tomcat entered the critical air-to-ground mission area, thus solidifying the DIAMONDBACKS' role as a strike fighter squadron, and leading the way into the 21st century. In 1994, the DIAMONDBACKS transitioned to the re-engined F-14B and, with the installation of the Low Altitude Navigation Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) pod in 1998, they added the precision strike mission to their capabilities. In 2002, VF-102 was assigned to Commander, Strike Fighter Wing Pacific and transferred to NAS Lemoore, California to transition to the Navy's newest strike fighter, the Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet. In March 2002, the DIAMONDBACKS were redesignated Strike Fighter Squadron 102 (VFA-102). After completion of the transition to the Super Hornet, VFA-102 moved across the Pacific to Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan, to join Carrier Air Wing FIVE (CVW-5), the Navy's only forward deployed air wing and part of the Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF). Since then, the DIAMONDBACKS were assigned respectively to the following FDNF carriers: USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73), and USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76).

 
 
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US NAVY SQUADRON HISTORIES
SKU NF-305
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

US NAVY SQUADRON HISTORIES - NO. 305 WORLD WATCHERS   A Pictorial History of Electronic Countermeasures Squadron ONE (ECMRON-1) and Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron ONE (VQ-1). by Angelo Romano Pages: 304 Size: 8.5 X 11 (inches) Format: Paperback with semi-rigid cover Illustrations: 633 mostly color photos, 39 color profiles, 82 patches Publisher: Ginter Books   The lineage of VQ-1’s “World Watchers" can be traced back to two PBY-5A Catalina "Black Cats" modified for electronic reconnaissance during World War II. In Oct 1951, the unit was formally established as the Special Electronic Search Project (SESP) at NAS Sangley Point, Republic of the Philippines, in Oct 1951. On 13 May 1953, the unit was redesignated Detachment Able of Airborne Early Warning Squadron One (VW-1), and operated four P4M-1Q Mercator aircraft. On 1 Jun 1955, Detachment Able was reorganized into Electronic Countermeasures Squadron One (VQ-1) at MCAF Iwakuni, Japan. This was the first Navy squadron dedicated to electronic warfare. In Sep 1956, VQ-1 received the first A3D/A-3 Skywarrior, or “Whale" as it came to be known, which served the squadron for the next three decades. In 1960, VQ-1 moved to NAS Atsugi, Japan and redesignated Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron ONE. The last Mercator was retired and replaced by the WV-2Q Super Constellations. The “Willie Victor" would remain the backbone of VQ-1’s long range, land-based reconnaissance efforts through the Vietnam Era and into the 1970s. The squadron’s involvement in the Vietnam War started characteristically, at the very beginning, when a Skywarrior crew was awarded the Navy Unit Commendation for their role in the Gulf of Tonkin incident of 2-5 Aug 1964. For the next nine years, VQ-1 would operate from DaNang, Cubi Point, Bangkok, aircraft carriers on patrol in Yankee Station and other bases in Southeast Asia. VQ-1’s aircrews supported countless air strikes and were credited with assisting in the destruction of numerous MiG aircraft and Komar patrol boats. In 1969, The first EP-3B joined the squadron, which began the replacement program for the Super Constellations, which was completed in 1974. In 1971, VQ-1 moved its homeport to NAS Agana, Guam. At that time it absorbed Heavy Photographic Squadron SIXTY ONE (VAP-61) and its former parent unit, VW-1. For a time, VQ-1 consisted of thirty aircraft: sixteen Skywarriors, twelve Super Constellations and two Orions. In Jul 1974, VQ-1 welcomed the first of three EP-3E ARIES I, which served well until retirement, in 1992. On 29 Nov 1988, the last four Skywarriors left the squadron which now flew EP-3E exclusively. In 1991, the squadron closed its permanent detachment at Atsugi, after 30 years and relocated it to Misawa, Japan. In the same year, VQ-1 received the first EP-3E Aries II, an upgraded version of the ARIES I, using modified P-3C airframes. The squadron played a key role in Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM. Tasking included strike support, combat search and rescue, communications and over-the-horizon-targeting support to Coalition forces. In 1994, as a result of the base closure of NAS Agana, VQ-1 was notified of the homeport change to NAS Whidbey Island. Coincidentally, in Jul 1994, VQ-1 retired the Navy's oldest operational P-3, EP-3E ARIES I BuNo 148887. Its retirement also marked VQ-1’s transition to all EP-3E ARIES II mission aircraft. The next aircraft upgrade, the Sensor Systems Improvement (SSIP) Program, became operational in Aug 2000. On 1 Apr 2001, a VQ-1 EP-3E collided with a People's Republic of China F-8 II fighter, 70 nm off the coast of Hainan Island in the South China Sea. After struggling to regain control of the crippled aircraft, the crew performed a successful three-engine, no-flap emergency landing at Lingshui Air Base on Hainan Island. The crew of 24 was detained for ten days. After the terrorist attacks of 11 Sep 2001, VQ-1 surged aircraft and crews to the Central Command, where missions were flown in support of Operations ENDURING FREEDOM, IRAQI FREEDOM and NEW DAWN. On 17 May 2012, VQ-1 became the largest operational aviation squadron in the Navy when Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Two (VQ-2) was officially disestablished and its personnel consolidated into VQ-1. Today, VQ-1 continues to provide Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) flights over an area of responsibility spanning 17 time zones from the East Coast of Africa to the West Coast of the United States. The World Watchers maintain a constant, forward-deployed status to ensure global support to Combatant, Joint and Fleet Commanders. This book is a tribute to all World Watchers who have served the squadron since its establishment to date. A special mention goes to those crews who were lost in tragic accidents, while serving their country.

 
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Grumman F2F and F3F
SKU NF-112
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Grumman F2F and F3F (pre-war Navy/Marine biplane fighters. 192-pages [ F3F-1 F3F-2 F3F-3] And Civilian Variants By Richard S. Dann   Published by Ginter Books   The 192-page F2F and F3F book is generously illustrated with over 440 photos, including 34 color photos, many not previously published. In addition, 39 illustrations and line drawings are included.     The early 1930s was a time of great change in the field of military fighter aviation. At the beginning of the decade, the state-of-the-art in fighter manufacture was the use of traditional construction techniques of welded tube fuselages and fabric covered surfaces. Fixed landing gear and open cockpits were standard equipment. By mid-decade, the state-of-the-art was changing. Lightweight aluminum alloys were being developed that offered high strength and light weight. External bracing gave way to cantilevered aero surfaces. Enclosed cockpits, retractable landing gear and aerodynamic streamlining were becoming standard design features on civilian and military aircraft of the day.   In the late 1920s, the U.S. Navy fighter market was dominated by Curtiss and Boeing with aircraft manufactured using conservative design and construction techniques that had been employed at the beginning of the decade. By the early 1930s, however, Boeing had updated their F4B/P-12 design, incorporating a stressed skin, semi-monocoque fuselage into later models of both.   In the Autumn of 1929, three engineers from the Loening Aircraft Company on Long Island made the decision not to relocate to Pennsylvania during a merger. Instead, they resolved to form their own aircraft manufacturing company. Thus, Leroy Grumman, Leon "Jake" Swirbul and William Schwendler founded the Grumman Aeronautical Engineering Corporation, in December 1929.   Following early successes with the FF-1/SF-1 naval aircraft, Grumman turned its attention to designing a single-seat naval fighter for use aboard the U.S. Navy’s growing carrier fleet. With excellent performance attributes, the Navy purchased 55 F2F-1s. While performance of the F2F-1 were impressive, Grumman continued development, offering the Navy an improved design known as the F3F-1. With even better performance than the F2F, the Navy eventually ordered a total of 162 F3Fs in three major subvariants. Grumman’s stubby F2F and F3F airplanes dominated U.S. Navy fighter squadrons from 1935 to 1941, with the final operational F3Fs relinquished to the training command a mere two months before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and surrounding facilities.   The first half of this 192-page monograph covers the developmental history of the F2F and F3F. Individual aircraft histories are provided for each aircraft, listing assigned commands, mishaps and final disposition. Detailed period engineering photos show every aspect of the aircraft.   This is followed by an operational history of each Navy and Marine Corps squadron that operated the F2F and F3F.  

 
 
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SKU NF-111
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

"Able Mable" Martin AM-1/1Q Mauler By Bob Kowalski   152-pages, 326 b&w photos, 4-color photos, 48-drawings, and 15-squadron insignias.   "Able Mable", the Martin AM-1/1Q Mauler, was the product of a 1943 Navy contract for two prototype bomber torpedo (BT) planes. Two other contractors, Curtiss and Fleetwings also received prototype contracts. In 1944 after the testing of these prototypes and a new entry the Douglas Skyraider, the Navy placed production orders for the Martin Mauler and the Douglas Skyraider. Even though the Skyraider proved more suitable for carrier operations, 139 AM-1s and 18 AM-1Qs were produced and served with five attack squadrons and one composite squadron before being relegated to the reserves. With its huge R-4360-4W 28-cylinder 3,000 BHP engine, the Mauler performed like a fighter and had the power to out lift any other single engine aircraft in the world at the time. In addition to its heavy-lift capabilities (10,648 lbs of fuel, 4-20mm guns with ammo, 3-torpedos and 12 250 lb bombs) the unique finger-type dive brakes on the AM-1 gave it extremely accurate and rock-steady dive bombing performance deemed best in the world by navy test pilots. Its Awesome performance made it a challenge at times particularly around the boat and earned it the enduring nickname of "Awful Monster".

 
 
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MARTIN PBM MARINER
SKU NF-97
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Type: Aircraft
Category Books

MARTIN PBM MARINER   The 1,366 production PBMs were built as PBM-1s, PBM-3s, PBM-3R transports, PBM-3Cs, PBM-3Ds, PBM-3Ss, PBM-5s, PBM-5Rs, PBM-5Ss, PBM-5S2s, PBM-5G and PBM-5A amphibians

 
 
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XF-91 THUNDERCEPTOR
SKU NF-AF210
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

XF-91 Thunderceptor

 
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VOUGHT / HILLER / RYAN XC
SKU NF-AF213
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Vought / Hiller / Ryan XC-142A

 
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SOC SEAGULL
SKU NF-89
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Curtiss SOC Seagull

 
 
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SKYHAWKS TWO-SEAT
SKU NF-82
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Skyhawks Two-Seat

 
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PV-1 VENTURA / PV-2 HARPOON
SKU NF-86
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

PV-1 Ventura / PV-2 Harpoon

 
 
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P2Y RANGER
SKU NF-96
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Consolidated P2Y Ranger

 
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MCDONELL FH-1 PHANTOM
SKU NF-03
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

MCDONELL FH-1 PHANTOM

 
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MARTIN AM/1/1 Q MAULER
SKU NF-24
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

MARTIN AM/1/1 Q MAULER

 
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LOCKHEED R60/R6V CONSTITU
SKU NF-83
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Lockheed R60/R6V Constitution

 
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GRUMMAN HU-16 ALBATROSS
SKU NF-11
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

GRUMMAN HU-16 ALBATROSS

 
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FR1 FIREBALL XF2R1 DARKSH
SKU NF-28
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

FR1 FIREBALL XF2R1 DARKSHARK

 
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F8U-3 CRUSADER
SKU NF-87
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F8U-3 CRUSADER

 
 
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F8F BEARCAT
SKU NF-80
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F8F Bearcat

 
 
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F7U-1
SKU NF-94
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F7U-1 Cutlass (SC)

 
 
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F6F HELLCAT
SKU NF-92
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F6F Hellcat (SC) - Ginter

 
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F2H-3/4
SKU NF-91
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F2H-3/4 'Big Banjo'

 
 
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F-86H SABRE
SKU NF-AF212
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F-86H Sabre "Hog"

 
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F-86 D/ I SABRE DOG PT 2
SKU NF-AF207
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F-86 D/ I Sabre Dog Pt 2

 
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F-11F TIGER
SKU NF-40
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F-11F TIGER

 
 
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F-107 MINI SERIES
SKU NF-AF203
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

F-107 Mini Series

 
 
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DOUGLAS XTB2D1 SKYPIRATE
SKU NF-36
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

DOUGLAS XTB2D1 SKYPIRATE USN

 
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DOUGLAS XSB2DD-1/BTD1 DES
SKU NF-30
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

DOUGLAS XSB2DD-1/BTD1 DESTROYER

 
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DOUGLAS F-3D SKYNIGHT
SKU NF-04
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

DOUGLAS F-3D SKYNIGHT

 
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DOUGLAS A2D SKYSHARK
SKU NF-43
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

DOUGLAS A2D SKYSHARK

 
 
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CURTISS XP-55 ASCENDER
SKU NF-217
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Curtiss XP-55 Ascender

 
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CURTISS SC SEAHAWK
SKU NF-38
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

CURTISS SC SEAHAWK

 
 
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CURTISS S03C SEAMEW/SEAGU
SKU NF-47
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

CURTISS S03C SEAMEW/SEAGUL

 
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CONVAIR MODEL 48 CHARGER
SKU NF-39
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

CONVAIR MODEL 48 CHARGER

 
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CONSOLIDATED VULTE XP-81
SKU NF-AF214
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Consolidated Vulte XP-81

 
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BREWSTER F2A BUFFALO
SKU NF-104
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Brewster F2A Buffalo

 
52,00

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BELL P-59 AIRACOMET
SKU NF-AF208
Brand NAVAL FIGHTER
Category Books

Bell P-59 Airacomet

 
22,00

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