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I've seen this before. I recall that it was a late-war proposal from the Dept. of Civil Aviation.

Thank you Flying Sorcerer,

and it clears this Dept. had its own series,the photo indicate to 1092.
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I've seen this before. I recall that it was a late-war proposal from the Dept. of Civil Aviation.
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Almost looks to have some DC5 heritage in there.
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Just finished mine. It's a great book with some beautiful photos. There are some unknown terms to me and the odd minor mistake -
 Julian Lake commanded VF-74 not Julian Gray . There's lots of information on the ejection seat problems (scandal?) and the whole rebuild/rework saga tells us that the F-35 programme's travails are nothing new.
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Bookshelf & Marketplace / Re: US Bomber Projects: latest issue
« Last post by fightingirish on May 21, 2017, 09:09:21 am »
Both just bought!!!

Dear Scott and Rob,
keep up the good work!

Slán,
fightingirish
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Bookshelf & Marketplace / US Bomber Projects: latest issue
« Last post by Orionblamblam on May 21, 2017, 08:56:31 am »
Issue #19 is now available, featuring color artwork by Rob Parthoens.

http://www.aerospaceprojectsreview.com/blog/?p=2970

#19 includes:


    Early Atlas Concept: Parallel Staged Missile: three-bodied concept leadign to the Atls ICBM
    Lockheed L-286-665: A supersonic nuclear powered design
    Consolidated XA-44 Model 112: a three-engined forward-swept jet
    Convair Pilotless Airplane I-40: a TV & radar guided missile
    Martin Model 151-J: A late pre-war design
    Boeing Model 464-79-0: a long-span B-52 with floating wingtips
    Lockheed-Martin VS-07: A recent stealthy variable geometry concept
    Boeing Model 724-15: Boeings first giant competitor for the B-70





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That's not a question for an author my dear ! I would love to see my books translated in as many languages as possible. But that depends on publishers, not on authors. The best I could do is to insist to have English captions in Artipresse books.

JCC
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Is there any chance of this one or your other books being fully translated into English?
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Thank you for this review.

JCC
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