By Wayne Wachsmuth
;B-36 Peacemaker intimately & scale (D&S Vol.47) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: B-36 Peacemaker intimately & scale (D&S Vol.47)Автор: Wayne WachsmuthИздательство: Squadron/Signal PublicationsISBN: 1888974052 / 0890242399Год: 1997Страниц: 75Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 52.54МБЯзык: английскийVery little has been written concerning the B-36, and what's to be had doesn't get into a lot element approximately this particular airplane. only a few pictures of its many strange beneficial properties were released. In 1990, former SAC bomber pilot and modeler, Wayne Wachsmuth, determined to do a ebook at the B-36 within the element and Scale sequence. a hundred and fifty+ photographs. improvement and operational historical past with targeted insurance of cockpit, engines, bomb bays, touchdown equipment & protecting systems.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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Roscoe took the train. The Corinth paper said Runser and Turner "are scheduled to fly head on into a frame building, going at a high rate of speed, crashing the building and the machine also. "29 < previous page page_31 next page > < previous page page_32 next page > Page 32 Beforehand, Runser "bombed" Memphis with leaflets advertising the show that was to take place on a Sunday. A policeman, representing the police relief fund to which some of the receipts from the show would go, accompanied Runser and helped drop the leaflets.
One of them was like the first one we owned, an OX Standard. The second plane was a larger ship, known as a French Breguet, powered with a Renault motor. The French ship had been built originally as a bomber by the French Government during the World War. After the war closed, an aircraft company in Chicago bought some of the planes and remodeled them for carrying passengers. Our Breguet was large enough to accommodate four passengers and a pilot. With a plane of such great proportions and the two small planes we did a rushing business.
Previous page page_18 next page > Page 18 to help out on the farm. There were many heated discussions around the family dinner table. Roscoe's sister, Mary Emma, born while he was overseas, remembers his homecoming vividly. "I was frightened," she said. "He was a big man and I had never seen anyone in uniform before. And when he hugged Mama, she sobbed and I thought he was hurting her. " 1 Determined to stay connected to aviation in some way, Roscoe went to Memphis job-hunting soon after his discharge in early September 1919.