By Jeffrey L. Ethell
An excellent selection of actual colour images of B-17 Flying Fortresses in service--not images of restored warbirds. All are modern photographs that indicates the colourful nostril paintings and markings of the B-17s in the course of and soon after international struggle II. comprises eighty+ colour pictures.
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Takeoffs and landings on unprepared fields close to the fron l, autogiros increased the constituency in the ground arms for 1m aircraft ofmorc conventional design but with sim ilar capabilit ies. Second, they stimulated Congress to appropriate funds for furthe r deve lopment of rotafy-wing aircraft. >IO Two Frenchmen, Louis Breguet and Rene Dorland, developed the first practical heli copte r, the Brcguet-Dorland 314 Gyroplane Laboratoi re, which first flew on 26 June 1935. It fea tured two coax ial, coullIerro tating, two-bladc rotors to neutralize torque.