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The Avro Shackleton was the final extension of a design idea that had been at the heart of Britain's most successful wartime heavy bomber, the Lancaster. The Shackleton owned much of its design to the Lancaster and its relatives but it was designed not for bombing but for maritime reconnaissance. Barry Jones' history of this fascinating and popular aircraft looks at the entire history of the Shackleton and its service with the RAF and foreign air forces. Tracing its lineage back to Avro designs of World War Two, and the history of maritime reconnaissance aircraft and Coastal Command even further, Avro Shackleton, will be welcomed by all fans of this great aircraft and of maritime aviation in general.
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Barry Jones left the RAF to become an artist for the Inter Services Aircraft Recognition Journal folled by five years with Flight magazine and six years in the Technical Publication Dept at Vickers Armstrong. He is a regular contributor to Aeroplane Monthly.
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Book Description The Crowood Press, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1861264496
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