Northrop Flying Wings

Northrop Flying Wings
Author : Garry R. Pape
Publisher : Schiffer Military History
Total Pages : 288
Release : 1995
ISBN 10 : STANFORD:36105018429105
ISBN 13 :
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Northrop Flying Wings Book Description:

This new book is an in-depth study covering John K. "Jack" Northrop\s quest for a clean flying machine. Covered are: Northrop\s initial N-1M project, the N-9M, XP-56, through the B-35 project, B-49 project, and the huge bombers planned only on the drawing board.\nIncluded are over 300 black and white and color photographs, as well as drawings and statistical data on all of the Northrop flying wing and tailless aircraft.\nGarry Pape is also the author of Queen of the Midnight Skies: The Story of American\s Air Force Night Fighters. John and Donna Campbell are also the authors of Talisman: A Collection of Nose Art. Both books are available from Schiffer Publishing Ltd.


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