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Boeing B-17 flying fortress : 1935 onwards (all marks) : an insight into owning, restoring, servicing and flying America's legendary World War II bomber / Graeme Douglas.

By: Douglas, Graeme (Engineer).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Haynes owners workshop manual series: Publisher: Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset : Haynes Publishing, 2011Copyright date: ©2011Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 27 cm.Content type: still image | text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781785211201; 178521120X.Subject(s): B-17 bomberDDC classification: 623.7463 Summary: MILITARY AIRCRAFT. Spearhead of the US 8th Air Force's daylight bomber offensive over Germany and north-west Europe in the Second World War, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress has become one of the most famous and best-known bomber aircraft of all time. The B-17 is the latest classic aircraft to receive the Haynes Manual treatment, with French-owned and operated B-17G Pink Lady and the Imperial War Museum's B-17G Mary Alice providing this manual's centrepieces. Author Graeme Douglas gives a full insight into owning, servicing and flying the USAAF's formidable Second World War bomber.
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Spearhead of the US 8th Air Force's daylight bomber offensive over Germany and northwest Europe in the Second World War, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress has become one of the most famous and best-known bomber aircraft of all time.

The B-17 is the latest classic aircraft to receive the Haynes Manual treatment, with French-owned and operated B-17G Pink Lady and the Imperial War Museum's B-17G Mary Alice providing this manual's centerpieces. Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Manual author Graeme Douglas gives a full insight into owning, servicing and flying the USAAF's formidable Second World War bomber.

Originally published: 2011.

"An insight into owning, restoring, servicing and flying the America's legendary World War II bomber" --Cover/title page.

MILITARY AIRCRAFT. Spearhead of the US 8th Air Force's daylight bomber offensive over Germany and north-west Europe in the Second World War, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress has become one of the most famous and best-known bomber aircraft of all time. The B-17 is the latest classic aircraft to receive the Haynes Manual treatment, with French-owned and operated B-17G Pink Lady and the Imperial War Museum's B-17G Mary Alice providing this manual's centrepieces. Author Graeme Douglas gives a full insight into owning, servicing and flying the USAAF's formidable Second World War bomber.