To Be a U.S. Naval Aviator

To Be a U.S. Naval Aviator

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by Jay A. Stout
     
 

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For anyone with the will to become a U.S. naval aviator, the future begins now. Marine fighter pilot and combat veteran Jay Stout shows us just what it takes to be a U.S. naval aviator in the twenty-first century, conducting us through every step of training as these dedicated, everyday heroes prepare for tomorrow’s threats while taking the fight to the enemy… See more details below

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For anyone with the will to become a U.S. naval aviator, the future begins now. Marine fighter pilot and combat veteran Jay Stout shows us just what it takes to be a U.S. naval aviator in the twenty-first century, conducting us through every step of training as these dedicated, everyday heroes prepare for tomorrow’s threats while taking the fight to the enemy today. Throughout, Stout offers behind-the-scenes perspectives on the community of naval aviators, with profiles of the men and women who fly naval aircraft, of celebrated naval aviators, and of important figures in the history of naval aviation.

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Ships & Shipping, May 2007

“Another of the very well-illustrated Zenith Press series of books showing life in various parts of the U.S. military. [To Be a U.S. Naval Aviator] shows the people, their training, their ships and the aircraft of the U.S. Navy’s aviation arm. While aimed primarily at youngsters hoping to be accepted for flight training with the U.S. Navy, the book also has much wider appeal.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610600361
Publisher:
Zenith Press
Publication date:
11/10/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,255,414
File size:
26 MB
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