3009 - Chance Vought F4U Corsair vol. I (bez kalkomanii)

3009 Chance Vought F4U Corsair vol. I – Andre R. Zbiegniewski

Tekst angielsko-polski, 108 stron, 124 zdjęcia (w tym 2 w kolorze), 14 arkuszy rysunków w skali, które zawierają specyfikację zmian zewnętrznych w wersjach produkcyjnych samolotu, 10 stron plansz barwnych z 27 przykładami schematów kamuflażu.

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3009 Chance Vought F4U Corsair vol. I – Andre R. Zbiegniewski – ISBN: 83-89088-41-X

The first part of the monograph on the F4U Corsair, famous WW2 U.S. fighter plane, discusses the origins and development of its early variants and their combat use in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps units, introduced by the memories from Guadalcanal of Kenneth Welsh of VMF-124. The book contains a list of most succesful F4U pilots and technical data.
English & Polish text, 108 pages, 124 photos (including 2 in colour), 14 sheets of scale drawings, which include specification of external changes in production-run versions of the aircraft, 10 pages of colour charts with 27 examples of camouflage schemes.
Free decal sheet with 1:32, 1:48 and 1:72 individual markings for 6 schemes:
F4U-1, flown by Lt. Wilbur Thomas of VMF-213, Guadalcanal, 1943,
F4U-1 („Defabe”), flown by Lt. George Defabio of VMF-213, Guadalcanal, 1943,
F4U-1 (BuNo 02714), flown by Maj. Robert G. Owens of VMF-215, Munda, 1943,
F4U-1A (BuNo17777), flown by Lt. Phil Delongo of VMF-212, Vella Lavella, 1943,
F4U-1A (BuNo17883), flown by commander of VMF-214, Vella Lavella, 1943,
F4U-1A, flown by Lt. J.J. O’Connell of VMF-321, USS Kwajalein, 1943.

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