Mustang War

by Frank Roderus

Publisher: Sagebrush Large Print Westerns

Written in English
Cover of: Mustang War | Frank Roderus
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Subjects:

  • Westerns - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Western,
  • Westerns

Edition Notes

Sagebrush Largeprint Westerns

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9881942M
ISBN 101574900110
ISBN 109781574900118

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"Mustang is magnificent. It may be the greatest American war novel since The Red Badge of Courage. The story includes remarkable depictions of aerial combat, but as in all great literature, the author reaches to higher and eternal themes in the course of a stirring tale." —Patrick B.

McGuigan, City-Sentinel. Mustang: A Novel of World War II. Climb into the cockpit with Dust Bowl farm boy Lance Roark as he arrives in England commanding a B Flying Fortress at the height of World War II/5. An authoritative book on the Mustang, its variants and spin-offs. It was one of the main US fighter planes in World War II.

Many of the plus images in the book have never been published before and it includes numerous first-hand accounts of the Mustang in battle.

This book has numerous appendices, a bibliography, a glossary and an index/5(11). A quality photographic history of one of World War II’s best aircraft. I especially enjoyed the vignettes from pilots and crew chiefs and the spreads of photos detailing the differences in type. The Mustang is, perhaps, the most aesthetically appealing aircraft of that time period, and the accounts of its development and use provided great context that I otherwise would never have /5.

One of the few books on the Mustang to cover the entire operational history of the fighter from its design for the RAF to its service in Korea.

If you can find used copies, buy two. One to store and one to use. A must for every lover of the P/5(10). Mustang at war book by Roger A.

Freeman.5/5(2). If combat flying is your thing, you will find it hard to put down Jim Busha's new book, "The Fight in the Clouds: The Extraordinary Experience of P51 Mustang Pilots during World War II." Busha brings together the voices of some of our country's greatest warriors as they recount actual aerial skirmishes that will get the reader's heart racing/5(89).

The P Mustang holds a fascination unlike any other World War II aircraft, and countless books have been written about nearly every aspect of the Mustang's colorful history. However, the story of manufacturing the airplane itself is usually contained only in the opening chapters of these books/5(53).

The United States wasn't finished with the P Mustang after World War II. It was used in the Korean War and, afterwards, as a symbol and icon of American ingenuity. Graff explores the post-World War II history of this iconic plane, making this a book that every single World War II, history, and aviation enthusiast will want to buy/5(36).

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Good. Mustang at War by Roger Anthony Freeman. Binding: Hardcover. Weight: Lbs. Product Group: Book. Istextbook: No. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear/5(13). P Mustang: Development of the Long-Range Escort Fighter By Paul A. Ludwig and Tom Tullis. Not just another book on the P Mustang, this detailed and often controversial book forms an investigative analysis into the often--and little known--troubled design and development history of America’s premier piston-engine fighter aircraft -- a machine that would later become.

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Mustang War by Frank Roderus A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

By the time the Korean War erupted, the F Mustang was seen as obsolete, but that view quickly changed when the USAF rushed of them to the theatre in late They had the endurance to attack targets in Korea from bases in Japan, where the modern F fighters and other jets did not/5.

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History. The original definition of mustang was a military officer who had earned a battlefield commission; they were especially prevalent during World War II and the Korean e examples include Audie Murphy (World War II) and David Hackworth (Korean War). During the Vietnam War, however, when some army warrant officer pilots were offered a direct.

The United States wasn't finished with the P Mustang after World War II. It was used in the Korean War and, afterwards, as a symbol and icon of American ingenuity.

Graff explores the post-World War II history of this iconic plane, making this a book that every single World War II, history, and aviation enthusiast will want to buy.

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