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A-7 Corsair II (2): Pacific Coast Squadrons (Colors and Markings 15) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ A-7 Corsair II (2): Pacific Coast Squadrons (Colors and Markings 15)ByBert Kinzey, Ray LeaderPublisher:Airlife1990 sixty eight PagesISBN: 0830685391PDF21 MBThis is the second one booklet within the shades & Markings sequence to hide the preferred A-7 Corsair II. quantity nine integrated all the U.S. military squadrons stationed at the Atlantic coast that experience flown the A-7E. This name covers the entire U.S. Navy's Pacific coast Corsair squadrons, and a destiny quantity might be at the A-7D and A-7K variations in U.S. Air strength and Air nationwide safeguard provider. Corsair fanatics can be attracted to the following quantity within the colours & Markings sequence that allows you to disguise the CAG markings on either the A-6 Intruder and the A-7 Corsair. those are the distinct markings utilized to 1 plane in each one squadron for the commander of the service air wing. the most colourful markings ever used at the Corsair II should be in that publication.Depositfiles zero
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A-7 Corsair II (2): Pacific Coast Squadrons by Bert Kinzey