Unbelievable Military Aircraft

Author by : Melissa Abramovitz
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Description : Provides information on aircraft used by military forces examining how they have changed over the years, what role they play, and how they are used.


Unbelievable Military Aircraft

Author by : Melissa Abramovitz
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Publisher by : ABDO
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Description : Packed with exciting facts and important aspects on military aircraft, this title also provides historical context, compelling photos, primary source quotations, and critical thinking activities. The title also includes a glossary, web links, and additional resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


Military Aircraft Vehicles

Author by : Grace Hansen
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Publisher by : Abdo Kids
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Description : Readers will marvel at these unbelievable and powerful machines that make militaries the forces they are today. Each title looks at 3 to 5 vehicles, what makes them so powerful, and the men and women who drive and fly them. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids Jumbo is an imprint of Abdo Kids, a division of ABDO.


Powerful Military Vehicles

Author by : Samantha S. Bell
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABDO
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Description : Packed with exciting facts and important aspects on military vehicles, this title also provides historical context, compelling photos, primary source quotations, and critical thinking activities. The title also includes a glossary, web links, and additional resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


Mighty Military Ships

Author by : Marcia Amidon Lusted
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABDO
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Description : Packed with exciting facts and important aspects on military ships, this title also provides historical context, compelling photos, primary source quotations, and critical thinking activities. The title also includes a glossary, web links, and additional resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


Remarkable Military Animals

Author by : Carla Mooney
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABDO
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Description : Packed with exciting facts and important aspects on military animals, this title also provides historical context, compelling photos, primary source quotations, and critical thinking activities. The title also includes a glossary, web links, and additional resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


Fascinating Military Submarines

Author by : Kristin Marciniak
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABDO
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Description : Packed with exciting facts and important aspects on military submarines, this title also provides historical context, compelling photos, primary source quotations, and critical thinking activities. The title also includes a glossary, web links, and additional resources. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Core Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.


My Unbelievable Journey

Author by : Albert Monroe
Languange : en
Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : “My Unbelievable Journey” is a powerful autobiography from a flight aircrewman’s perspective. During his service, he and his crew were involved in numerous unique and dangerous missions while supporting our country and NATO allies. The flights take the reader on a worldwide journey divulging what our crewmen endure and encounter in their daily lives. It reveals the impact on their families being away from home for weeks while serving and protecting our nation. The story places the reader on the ground, both in hostile and non-hostile environments, many of which are directly in “harm’s way.” Various humanitarian missions are covered from earthquake relief in Japan and Turkey to joint military exercises in Iran and Sardinia. Several “special missions” are spotlighted like the ill-fated C-5 crash, the prelude to the “Baby-lift” evacuation in Vietnam, the Syrian-Egyptian war support in Israel, and the transportation of cruise missiles in Europe. At a U-2 site in Europe, a real-life spy encounter is detailed, along with a massive Iranian evacuation that led to hostages taken. The book describes, in depth, the survival training which flight crews must complete. The author explains escape and evasion tactics and how to survive a crash at sea. It is a candid narration, guaranteed to leave the reader with that feeling of “Mission Accomplished.”


Airplanes

Author by : Lisa J. Amstutz
Languange : en
Publisher by : North Star Editions, Inc.
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Description : Introduces readers to the science that makes airplanes possible. Accessible text, helpful diagrams, and a “How Does It Work?” feature make this book an exciting introduction to understanding technology.


Military Aircraft 1919 1945

Author by : Justin D. Murphy
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : An in-depth history of the time when airpower became the great equalizer, changing military strategy forever and bringing once-safe targets in reach. * Comparative charts of aircraft production of the major powers during the interwar years and the Second World War * Approximately 80 photographs and tables of the most important aircraft of the era, organized by type and by country


Howard S Whirlybirds Howard Hughes Amazing Pioneering Helicopter Exploits

Author by : Donald J. Porter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Fonthill Media
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Description : Howard Hughes, the movie mogul, aviation pioneer and political hound dog, has always fascinated the public with his mixture of secrecy, dashing lifestyle and reclusiveness. Companies responsible for major technological leaps often become household names. An exception is Howard Hughes's pioneering helicopter company, Hughes Helicopters, a name that has fallen into oblivion. Yet most schoolboys in the world have heard of the company's prize-winning product: the Apache helicopter. Hughes popularised the light helicopter trainer, mass-produced the first turbine-powered light observation helicopter, led the way in hot cycle rotorcraft propulsion research and, finally, developed the world's most advanced attack helicopter that was purchased and saw service with the UK. Here's how some of the world's most innovative helicopters were developed. Covering the period from the Second World War until the mid-1980s, you will learn why Hughes military aircraft contracts came under close scrutiny by the US government. The story is rich with tales of technological breakthrough and test-flying bravado made possible by a small crew of engineers and daring pilots. Written by a technical expert and insider to the industry, Howard's Whirlybirds: Howard Hughes' Amazing Pioneering Helicopter Exploits is a fascinating and alternative view on the phenomenal pioneer with unpublished photographs and material that will fascinate the aviation and military historian as well as the casual reader and cinema buff.


The Story Of American Aviation

Author by : Jim Ray
Languange : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Description : In the following pages, Jim Ray, talented in his work of presentation and a conscientious student of aviation, presents a chain of highlights in the progress of American aeronautics. The work as a whole is directed toward a sound con�ception of the steps which have been taken in aircraft development. In so far as possible, with�out being exhaustive, Mr. Ray has portrayed the engineering advancement which underlies the structure of our swiftly developing air age. The reader who thoroughly digesta the text and illua�trationa of this book will find that it is an orderly and faithful guide. GILL ROBB WILSON .4t1ialio11 Eduor, Nftfl York Herald Tribune Director of .411iatlon Scare of New Jeney It is difficult to believe that, juat a little over thirty years ago, I was a high-school student watching the pilots at the Wright Brothers'' ex�hibition of the world''s first ftying machine. That machine weighed about eight hundred pounds. It, engine developed thirty horsepower. It ffew at the then astounding speed of forty-two milee an hour, which is equal to the landing speed of our sloweet light plane today. High-school stu�dents now are accustomed to the eight of giant airplanes whose weight ie measured in tone and whose horsepower mounts to the thousands. December, 1945, marks the forty-second an�niversary of the firat flight of an airplane. The progresa of aviation since that first ftight still 1eems unbelievable, even to one who has followed it! development closely. The purpose of this book is to trace the progre88 of aviation in America and to tell the story of the men and machines that have given this country supremacy in the air. In telling the story of American aviation from Kitty Hawk to the present day, I have been able to touch only the high spots in its dramatic prog�ress. Space limitations prevent me from giving personal credit to the hundreds of pioneer air�men, engineers, and mechanics who have con�tributed so greatly to the progree1 of American aviation. Lack of space also makes it impossible to give the complete story of the great Govern�ment research organization, the National Ad�visory Committee for Aeronautic,, whoee work hae been most fruitful in the advancement of civil and military aeronautics in the United States. As we look over the record of the astounding progress of American aviation in forty-two years, let us salute our military leaders who have visual�ized the need for air power; the men who have deejgned and built our great engines and air�planes, and the leaders of commercial aviation who have made air travel fast, safe, and eco�nomical. JIM RAT The Beginninge of American Aviation 6 Aviation in America in Its Early Daye 9 First Army Airplane 23 America Becomes Air-Minded 24 The Army and Navy Spread Their Wings 28 United States Military and Naval Aviation, World War I 32 The Fint Transatlantic Flight 34 Men and Machines, World War I 36 The First Air Mail 38 Precision Bombing la Born 40 The U. S. Navy''s First Aircraft Carrier 41 The First Flight Around the World 42 Air P~ogre88 44 America''s First All-Metal Transport 46 Better Power for America''s Airplanes 49 Record-Making Fokker Tri-Motor Transport Plane 50 Air Transport Grows 52 Donald Douglae'' Dream Comes True 54 Safety in Flight 56 Luxury Airlinen and Skysleepen Make Air Travel an Accepted Fact 58 Pan American Clippers Conquer Pacific Skies 60 Pan American Clipper Inaugurates America''s First Tranaatlantic Air Transport Service 62 Private Planes 64 Superchargers and Super-Airliners 65 Air Power for World War II 67 Naval Aviation, 1922-1935 68 Shipboard Fighten 69 Battleship of the Air 70 Naval Aviation Gets Ready 72 The U. S. Navy''s First Long-Range Flying Boats 74 Technical Progress in the U. S. Army Air Corps in the Thirties 76 Army Attack Aviation and Training 80 Superfighter 82 Man-Made Thunderbolt, Rip Wide a Path to Victory 84 Superf ortress 86 Naval Aviation in the Early Months of World War II 88 The U.S. Navy''s Deadlieet Fighter Plane 90


The Story Of American Aviation

Author by : James Zimmerhoff
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : In the following pages, Jim Ray, talented in his work of presentation and a conscientious student of aviation, presents a chain of highlights in the progress of American aeronautics. The work as a whole is directed toward a sound con�ception of the steps which have been taken in aircraft development. In so far as possible, with�out being exhaustive, Mr. Ray has portrayed the engineering advancement which underlies the structure of our swiftly developing air age. The reader who thoroughly digesta the text and illua�trationa of this book will find that it is an orderly and faithful guide. GILL ROBB WILSON .4t1ialio11 Eduor, Nftfl York Herald Tribune Director of .411iatlon Scare of New Jeney It is difficult to believe that, juat a little over thirty years ago, I was a high-school student watching the pilots at the Wright Brothers'' ex�hibition of the world''s first ftying machine. That machine weighed about eight hundred pounds. It, engine developed thirty horsepower. It ffew at the then astounding speed of forty-two milee an hour, which is equal to the landing speed of our sloweet light plane today. High-school stu�dents now are accustomed to the eight of giant airplanes whose weight ie measured in tone and whose horsepower mounts to the thousands. December, 1945, marks the forty-second an�niversary of the firat flight of an airplane. The progresa of aviation since that first ftight still 1eems unbelievable, even to one who has followed it! development closely. The purpose of this book is to trace the progre88 of aviation in America and to tell the story of the men and machines that have given this country supremacy in the air. In telling the story of American aviation from Kitty Hawk to the present day, I have been able to touch only the high spots in its dramatic prog�ress. Space limitations prevent me from giving personal credit to the hundreds of pioneer air�men, engineers, and mechanics who have con�tributed so greatly to the progree1 of American aviation. Lack of space also makes it impossible to give the complete story of the great Govern�ment research organization, the National Ad�visory Committee for Aeronautic,, whoee work hae been most fruitful in the advancement of civil and military aeronautics in the United States. As we look over the record of the astounding progress of American aviation in forty-two years, let us salute our military leaders who have visual�ized the need for air power; the men who have deejgned and built our great engines and air�planes, and the leaders of commercial aviation who have made air travel fast, safe, and eco�nomical. JIM RAT The Beginninge of American Aviation 6 Aviation in America in Its Early Daye 9 First Army Airplane 23 America Becomes Air-Minded 24 The Army and Navy Spread Their Wings 28 United States Military and Naval Aviation, World War I 32 The Fint Transatlantic Flight 34 Men and Machines, World War I 36 The First Air Mail 38 Precision Bombing la Born 40 The U. S. Navy''s First Aircraft Carrier 41 The First Flight Around the World 42 Air P~ogre88 44 America''s First All-Metal Transport 46 Better Power for America''s Airplanes 49 Record-Making Fokker Tri-Motor Transport Plane 50 Air Transport Grows 52 Donald Douglae'' Dream Comes True 54 Safety in Flight 56 Luxury Airlinen and Skysleepen Make Air Travel an Accepted Fact 58 Pan American Clippers Conquer Pacific Skies 60 Pan American Clipper Inaugurates America''s First Tranaatlantic Air Transport Service 62 Private Planes 64 Superchargers and Super-Airliners 65 Air Power for World War II 67 Naval Aviation, 1922-1935 68 Shipboard Fighten 69 Battleship of the Air 70 Naval Aviation Gets Ready 72 The U. S. Navy''s First Long-Range Flying Boats 74 Technical Progress in the U. S. Army Air Corps in the Thirties 76 Army Attack Aviation and Training 80 Superfighter 82 Man-Made Thunderbolt, Rip Wide a Path to Victory 84 Superf ortress 86 Naval Aviation in the Early Months of World War II The U.S. Navy''s Deadlieet Fighter Plane


Civil Aeronautics Board Civil Service Commission Federal Aviation Agency Federal Communications Commission Federal Home Loan Bank Board Federal Power Commission Federal Trade Commission National Capital Housing Authority Renegotiation Board Securities And Exchange Commission Selective Service System Veterans Administration

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Independent Offices
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Civil Aeronautics Board Civil Service Commission Federal Aviation Agency Federal Communications Commission Federal Home Loan Bank Board Federal Power Commission Federal Trade Commission National Capital Housing Authority Renegotiation Board Securities And Exchange Commission Selective Service System Veterans Administration

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations
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The Navigator

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Hearings

Author by : United States. Congress. House
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Transcripts Of Addresses

Author by : Economic Club of Detroit
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Publisher by : Unknown
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The Joy Of Being Eaten

Author by : Lawrence Vandervert
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : "The Joy of Being Eaten," subtitled: "Journeys into the Bizarre Sexuality and Private Love Lives of the Ancient Layers of the Human Brain" is a science fiction novel based on psychology, and includes (1) the newest factual brain-imaging research that reads the mind (Professor Jack Gallant — see demonstration video at http://gallantlab.org), (2) triune brain evolution of layers of the brain (Paul MacLean, late Senior Research Scientist at National Institute of Mental Health), (3) the paleoanthropology of the Homo erectus people, (4) the neuroscience of the holograms of the mind (Professor Karl Pribram), and (5) the artificial intelligence of tomorrow. "The Joy" is the story of two young women who journey into the ancient layers of the brain to experience 200 million years of "deep autobiographical memory" that includes our reptilian past and the Homo erectus people (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobiographical_memory). This strongly science-based novel is an excellent supplemental reader for college-level courses in psychology, anthropology, computer science, and physics, or a helpful reader for anyone undergoing any of the psychological therapies.


Combat Crew

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Aircraft Propulsion And Gas Turbine Engines

Author by : Ahmed F. El-Sayed
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines, Second Edition builds upon the success of the book’s first edition, with the addition of three major topic areas: Piston Engines with integrated propeller coverage; Pump Technologies; and Rocket Propulsion. The rocket propulsion section extends the text’s coverage so that both Aerospace and Aeronautical topics can be studied and compared. Numerous updates have been made to reflect the latest advances in turbine engines, fuels, and combustion. The text is now divided into three parts, the first two devoted to air breathing engines, and the third covering non-air breathing or rocket engines.


Same Planet Different Worlds

Author by : John Duncanson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Andrews UK Limited
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Description : This book is for the Ministry of Defence Police constables whose professionalism, dedication and commitment was tested and proved beyond doubt, whilst seconded to the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo. After years of relative boredom and the humdrum of repetitive plodding behind Coulport's protective security fences, John Duncanson, and a selection of his fellow police officers, chose to temporarily rid themselves of the adopted tag 'glorified security guards' by volunteering for a United Nations peacekeeping deployment to Kosovo. Little did they know what waited for them as they stepped onto the tarmac at Pristina airport but they were soon to learn as they had to adapt to living on the same planet, but a totally different world...


Fast Jets To Spitfires

Author by : Ron Lloyd
Languange : en
Publisher by : Air World
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Description : How often have you glanced skywards at the sound of a passing aircraft and wondered what it would be like to fly one of those gleaming metal machines? Or admired the skill and the daring of the fighter pilot swooping down upon his enemy in the awe-inspiring, unrivalled elegance of a Spitfire? Ron Lloyd has had the experience of flying the majestic propeller-driven aircraft of the Second World War as well as the roaring, sound-barrier-breaking jets of the Cold War – and in this exciting book, he places the reader in the cockpit, describing what it really feels like to be sitting at the controls of a fighter aircraft. Ron Lloyd joined the RAF after the Second World War. During his early service he was selected to be one of the pilots to fly the wartime aircraft in the famous feature film The Battle of Britain, being fortunate to fly a Spitfire and even a Messerschmitt Bf 109 during the six weeks of filming. His role with the RAF, on the other hand, saw him on the front line in the Cold War, piloting de Havilland Vampires, Hawker Hunters, Gloster Javelins, Lightnings and Phantoms. He also served on exchange in the USA where he flew Convair F-102s, Convair F-106s and Lockheed T-33s. Ron wanted to share the thrills and the dangers of flying such aircraft with those who have not had such privileges – as well as relive such moments with those who have. Packed with unique photographs of the golden age of British military aviation, _Fast Jets to Spitfires_ brings the recent past back to life and allows readers to experience, through Ron Lloyd’s graphic accounts, the pure joy of being airborne, alone and in control of the great flying machines that have helped forge this nation’s history.


Trifariam The Lost Codex Watch The Awesome Trailer

Author by : Diego Rodriguez
Languange : en
Publisher by : Diego Rodríguez
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Description : Do you want to watch the awesome booktrailer? Write this on your web browser youtu.be/QL2sYDwRfic Do we know, or think we know, the truth about all those mysteries which surround us? Why does our society take so much time to evolve? Do secret organizations really hold so much influence? Do you want to know the truth? 1497 AD Simone Di Benedetto is abbot of the Campanile Monastery and the last Grand Master of a secret society which was founded in back in the age of Ancient Egypt. He produces a manuscript which contains all the knowledge inherited from his ancestors and hands it over, together with a set of very precise instructions, to a monk before being brutally murdered. He claims that the book hides the last remains of an ancient secret that will save us from the coming apocalypse, but whose very existence would shake up the uppermost echelons of power. Five hundred years later, James Oldrich, expert in History of Art and the future president of Columbia University, discovers an old book with a chilling symbol on the cover. It is written in an unfathomable language, and the manner in which it has been hidden is even more baffling. With the help of Mary, a professional archaeologist, and his inseparable friend Richard, a world-renowned paleographer, he soon becomes embroiled in a thrilling adventure which will take them to the most mysterious places on Earth. A race against time begins when they discover messages hidden in the brilliant works of Michelangelo, in the walls of one of the most significant archbasilicas in Rome, and in the heart of Washington, the Masonic city par excellence. They will need all to use all their ingenuity and knowledge to solve the puzzles that have been set for them, eventually leading them to unravel the best kept secrets of the pyramids of Giza and Teotihuacan, as well as the Bermuda Triangle, Stonehenge and Chichen Itza. They must try to slot together all the pieces of the jigsaw as quickly as possible, because they are not alone in their adventure. They must contend with two assassins on the payroll of the most influential secret organization on the planet, the members of which are the true owners of the world. They will have to hurry – the end of time is drawing ever closer.


Pioneering Places Of British Aviation

Author by : Bruce Hales-Dutton
Languange : en
Publisher by : Air World
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Description : A high-flying tour of British aviation history—and the sites where trials and triumphs took place. From the beginning of the nineteenth century, Britain was at the forefront of powered flight. Across the country, many places became centers of innovation and experimentation, as increasing numbers of daring men took to the skies. In 1799, at Brompton Hall, Sir George Cayley Bart put forward ideas that formed the basis of powered flight. There were balloon flights at Hendon from 1862, though attempts at powered flights from the area, later used as the famous airfield, don’t seem to have been particularly successful. Despite this, Louis Bleriot established a flying school there in 1910. It was gliders that Percy Pilcher flew from the grounds of Stamford Hall, Leicestershire, during the 1890s. He was killed in a crash there in 1899, but Pilcher had plans for a powered aircraft which experts believe may well have enabled him to beat the Wright Brothers in becoming the first to make a fixed-wing powered flight. At Brooklands, unsuccessful attempts were made to build and fly a powered aircraft in 1906—but on June 8, 1908, A.V. Roe made what is considered the first powered flight in Britain from there—in reality a short hop—in a machine of his own design and construction, enabling Brooklands to call itself the birthplace of British aviation. These are just a few of the places investigated in this intriguing look at the early days of British aviation, which includes the first ever aircraft factory in Britain in the railway arches at Battersea; Larkhill on Salisbury Plain, which became the British Army’s first airfield; and Barking Creek, where Frederick Handley Page established his first factory.


Technical Data Digest

Author by : United States. Army Air Forces
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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