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Aircraft Anatomy

Paul E. Eden

Soph Moeng

With the aid of 232 extraordinarily detailed line drawings, Aircraft Anatomy shows how a wide selection of classic and modern military aircraft were put together – both inside and out. From World War II to the present day, each complex line drawing... Read moreRead less

With the aid of 232 extraordinarily detailed line drawings, Aircraft Anatomy shows how a wide selection of classic and modern military aircraft were put together – both inside and out. From World War II to the present day, each complex line drawing is annotated with an exhaustive key including up to 200 entries from air ducts to the nosewheel leg pivot mounting. The illustrations are complemented by colour photographs with extended captions, plus detailed information about each aircraft’s operational specifications. Featuring 232 aircraft – from the Messerschmitt Bf109k-4 to the North American B- 25 Mitchell, from the Polikarpov I-16 to the Hawker Hurricane to the Mitsubishi A6M Reisen ‘Zeke’, and from the Dassault Mirage to Sea King helicopters to Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 fighters, from B-52 bombers to U-2 spy planes to the Lockheed C130H Hercules – Aircraft Anatomy is an invaluable reference guide for anyone interested in how aircraft work.

Format: 297 x 227mm
Extent: 512pp
Word count: 100,000
Illustrations: 1000 photos & line artworks
ISBN: 9781782746553

Paul E. Eden

Paul E. Eden is a freelance aerospace writer and editor. He writes for the enthusiast and business-to-business press and edits books for several leading aviation publishing houses. He is a regular contributor to Airliner World and Aviation News, as well as Aerospace Testing International and Aircraft Cabin Management. Paul is editor of both the Official Royal Air Force Annual Review and... Read moreRead less

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