Australian built Aircraft and the Industry

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  • Author : Keith Raymond Meggs
  • Publisher : Unknown
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Australian built Aircraft and the Industry

Australian built Aircraft and the Industry
  • Author : Keith Raymond Meggs
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 12 May 2021
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"An encyclopaedic, four-volume work on every aircraft type proposed, designed, or manufactured in Australia, from Lawrence Hargrave's experiments in the 1880's, through to the authors self-imposed cutoff point in the mid-1980's. The four-volume work lists over 540 aircraft types as well as detailed histories of the companies involved in their construction. Coverage is multi-faceted, being technical, operational, historical, industrial, and political. Along with the text is the most comprehensive collection of photographs, technical drawings, and diagrams yet assembled into the

Aircraft of The Royal Australian Air Force

Aircraft of The Royal Australian Air Force
  • Author : Air Force History Branch
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 11 May 2021
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Aircraft of The Royal Australian Air Force tells the story of the RAAF’s first one hundred years by describing the acquisition, operation, and service record of the multitude of aircraft types flown by the RAAF. The 176 aircraft types include the flimsy wood and canvas aircraft typical of World War I, through the technological advances during and after World War II, to modern fifth-generation, complex aircraft like the F-35 Lightning II. Even before its formation Sir Richard Williams, the Father