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Download The X-Planes: X-1 to X-45: 3rd Edition ePub
  • ISBN 1857801091
  • ISBN13 978-1857801095
  • Language English
  • Author Jay Miller
  • Publisher Midland; 3rd edition (July 2001)
  • Pages 440
  • Formats txt rtf azw docx
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1691 kb
  • Size Fb2 1895 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 473

Chuck Yeager introduces this totally revised and updated version of the complete history of the X-Planes. Each aircraft is described with coverage of history, specs, propulsion systems and disposition. Rare cockpit illustrations of every manned X-Plane are included.

Jay Miller is renowned for writing some of the best books ever published on aviation history.

Jay Miller is renowned for writing some of the best books ever published on aviation history. He approaches his subjects with a depth of knowledge which is unsurpassed.

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Published January 29th 2010 by Midland (first published May 28th 2001). The X-Planes: X-1 to X-45. 1857801091 (ISBN13: 9781857801095).

Chuck Yeager introduces this totally revised and updated version of the complete history of the X-Planes. The X-Planes : X-1 to X-45.

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Published by Midland. ISBN 10: 1857801091 ISBN 13: 9781857801095.

X-designated aircraft

X-designated aircraft. Each aircraft is fully described, and coverage of history, specifications, propulsion systems, and disposition are included in a logical, readable format. Complementing the text are more than 900 photographs, many of which have never-before been published. Each X-Plane is also illustrated by an accurate and detailed multi-view drawing, which also provides color scheme information and scale data.

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Heri
By far the best available text on U.S. X- Designated Projects. However, the information is as of 1999 and the book was printed in 2001. So, there is nothing in it for the past 16 years or so. It would be nice if Mr. Miller would publish an update ( the current text is the third edition ). Nonetheless, the information - especially on the early X-Craft - is pure gold and well worth the (high) Price if you are looking for a good, solid, well-printed & bound, foundation text on this topic.
Rolling Flipper
No doubt , the best book in the matter. Outstanding job by Jay Miller.
Lailace
Great book!
Zetadda
Good overall review of the X-Planes extant when it was written.
Vojar
The book is technical and detailed, which is exactly what I wanted. There are a lot of photos that I hadn't seen before.
Jeronashe
Good documentation, wonderful pictures, thorough analysis of this tremendous adventure. And a compliment fto all the actors involved in this interesting phase of aircraft development.
you secret
Expensive book, but worth it because of the pictures and quality.
Recieved the book timely. Would order again.
As usual Jay Miller goes the proverbial extra mile to provide detailed information, often found nowhere else, on some of the most fascinating planes ever to fly. This book is for those with intelligence and education, who want more than a simplistic children's "picture book". Highly recommended!