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American Aviation

Author : Joe Christy
ISBN : 007022014X
Genre : Transportation
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From the first hot air balloons that hovered above France in 1783 to the most recent flights of the Space Shuttle Endeavor, this volume delivers a comprehensive look at the wondrous history of American aviation. Thorough enough to serve as a college text, readable enough to be enjoyed by aviation buffs, the revised edition is a general reference that will delight anyone with an interest in aviation history.

The American Aviation Experience

Author : Tim Brady
ISBN : 0809323710
Genre : Transportation
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A chronological history of American aviation is followed by coverage of such topical themes as balloons and dirigibles, government in aviation, and military airpower developments.

American Aviation

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ISBN : UOM:39015019913907
Genre : Aeronautics
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North American Aviation

Author : John W. Casey
ISBN : 193535437X
Genre : History
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This is the true account of one of America¿s greatest aircraft producers, North American Aviation: its rise and its fall. It is the story of its only two CEOs: ¿Dutch¿ Kindelberger and Lee Atwood. One would oversee its rise, and the other would oversee its fall across the tumultuous backdrop of the Age of Flight. The real reason for the fall may never be known, but some of those involved share their viewpoints in this book.The story provides perspective on why things happened, shares anecdotes about the people and the airplanes, and what both did for aviation. Their achievements and what they represent in our imagination is the stuff of legend.We hope all of our readers¿aviation buffs, historians, and future CEOs¿gain an insight into the effort, rewards, and pitfalls that lie along the path to achieving great things.Warren E. Thompson. Military Aviation Historian, says of North American Aviation: The Rise and Fall of an Aerospace Giant, ¿John Casey was in upper management positions with North American Aviation from 1941 until he retired in 1968. His knowledge of the aviation manufacturing business during World War II and the early years of the Cold War with the Soviet Union is second to none. He has written several books, and this one is the best yet. His book could fit the profile of just about any aerospace giant that has disappeared over the past 40+ years. I highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in aviation.¿

American Aviation Historical Society Journal

Author : American Aviation Historical Society
ISBN : UOM:39015058755557
Genre : Aeronautics
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Warbird Factory

Author : John Fredrickson
ISBN : 9780760348161
Genre : Business & Economics
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From 1938 to 1944, American Aviation, Inc. built over 40,000 aircraft. Warbird Factory tells this important war-effort story though over 200 archival photographs directly from the NAA/Boeing archive.

Pushing The Envelope

Author : Donald M. Pattillo
ISBN : 0472086715
Genre : Business & Economics
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The most comprehensive history of the aircraft manufacturing industry to date

American Military Aviation

Author : Charles Joseph Gross
ISBN : 1585442550
Genre : History
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Discusses major developments in aircraft, doctrine, training, and operations. The author also provides discussions of airlife, in-flight refueling, military budgets, industry, and inter-service squabbling. He deftly sketches the evolution of the air arms of each of the different services and provides clear analyisis of military budgets.

Fire Rain

Author : Jerome Greer Chandler
ISBN : UOM:39015010488370
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Describes the crash of Delta flight 191 on August 2, 1985 at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, explains how windshear caused the tragedy, and argues that the federal government could do more to protect air passengers

The Blue Book Of American Aviation Who S Who In The Industry

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ISBN : UCAL:B3073583
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