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Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Manual: 1935 Onwards
     

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Manual: 1935 Onwards

by Graeme Douglas
 

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress receives the famous Haynes manual treatment.  This is a unique guide for anyone wishing to own and operate a Boeing B-27 Flying Fortress as well as a wonderful insight into the engineering and contribution of this remarkable airplane; includes a developmental history of the aircraft, cutaway drawings, and the restoration and

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The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress receives the famous Haynes manual treatment.  This is a unique guide for anyone wishing to own and operate a Boeing B-27 Flying Fortress as well as a wonderful insight into the engineering and contribution of this remarkable airplane; includes a developmental history of the aircraft, cutaway drawings, and the restoration and repair process.  

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CYBERMODELER ONLINE
"This is a nicely written title with great photography that will interest aviation enthusiasts as well as modelers who are looking for some good views in and around the Flying Fortress airframe. Definitely recommended!"

PACIFIC FLYER
"This is not an owner's manual, it's a fan's manual. It's a loving detailed look at one of the most famous airplanes of World War II in great detail, with some 250 photos, most in color, and drawings with inside looks at some of those still flying."

MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
"Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress covers one of the biggest symbols of American military might during World War II: a plane which spearheaded the bomber offensive over Germany. This book packs in specific insights on owning, servicing and flying the bomber, packing in well over 200 color photos and diagrams to pair history with hardware analysis and aviation and military insights like. Military and aviation libraries will find it a compelling visual pick!"

LOGBOOK
"...a highly readable narrative that is at the same time informative and entertaining. "

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781844259328
Publisher:
Haynes Publications, Inc.
Publication date:
04/15/2011
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 10.60(h) x 1.00(d)

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher
MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
"Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress covers one of the biggest symbols of American military might during World War II: a plane which spearheaded the bomber offensive over Germany. This book packs in specific insights on owning, servicing and flying the bomber, packing in well over 200 color photos and diagrams to pair history with hardware analysis and aviation and military insights like. Military and aviation libraries will find it a compelling visual pick!"

LOGBOOK
"...a highly readable narrative that is at the same time informative and entertaining. "
 

CYBERMODELER ONLINE
"This is a nicely written title with great photography that will interest aviation enthusiasts as well as modelers who are looking for some good views in and around the Flying Fortress airframe. Definitely recommended!"

PACIFIC FLYER
"This is not an owner's manual, it's a fan's manual. It's a loving detailed look at one of the most famous airplanes of World War II in great detail, with some 250 photos, most in color, and drawings with inside looks at some of those still flying."

Meet the Author

Graeme Douglas has almost 30 years experience working on the B-17.  He began part-time volunteer at the Imperial War Museum working on the B-17 "Mary Alice".  In the early nineties, Graeme become responsible for the continued restoration of the project and oversaw the procurement, restoration and fitting of an upper gun turret in the aircraft.  He works as a training consultant and writes technical and training manuals.

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