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  • Author:
    Michael O'Leary
  • ISBN:
    1855324504
  • ISBN13:
    978-1855324503
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  • Publisher:
    Osprey Publishing (1994)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Military
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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    401
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Today, modern military aircraft of the US armed forces are wearing perhaps the drabbest colour schemes ever seen in the history of the USAF and US Navy.

Today, modern military aircraft of the US armed forces are wearing perhaps the drabbest colour schemes ever seen in the history of the USAF and US Navy. However, during the height of the Cold War in the 1960s and 70s a riot of garish schemes adorned all manner of types, ranging from Century Series interceptors to mundane transport and utility aircraft.

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Michael O'Leary possesses one of the most extensive private archival libraries of wartime images relating to American combat aircraft, and has over a dozen books for Osprey. O'Leary dusts this off, adds some pics and side views - but nothing of note other than re-printing in glossy format. Google The Long Reach, XIII Fighter Command, May 29, 1944.

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Today, modern military aircraft of the US armed forces are wearing perhaps the drabbest colour schemes ever seen in the history of the USAF and US Navy. However, during the height of the Cold War in the 1960s and 70s a riot of garish schemes adorned all manner of types, ranging from Century Series interceptors to mundane transport and utility aircraft.

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Neat little book! The author has selected some of his best and put it in a Sweet! little book-I keep paging thru all the time because it brings back a lot of memories to different times and places. I like that he mentions the date and places these were taken. A simpler time and place in our Cold War history when warriors could fly and do the things they were really meant to as well as liberal use of 'paint' and markings versus the last 30 years of lack of color!
Wish he could do another one of these or that there were more tltles for this one particular genre.
Doomwarden
This book, while good, offer 85-90% training aircraft, drones, and special interest aircraft. Very few photos of 'high viz' operational aircraft. It's a shame because the USAF had lots of aircraft from B36's to F86D's ( 2 included) F89's F94's F102's EC121's etc. in what qualify as 'high viz' schemes. This is what I expected the schemes of the aircraft that operated in the arctic and northern Canada.