B-57 Canberra at War 1964-1972 by Robert C. Mikesh

By Robert C. Mikesh

American citizens, for purposes identified in basic terms to ourselves and never frequently mentioned, appear to have a penchant for utilizing previous plane. Our F-4, for instance, is over twenty years outdated. The sons of former pilots of B-52S at the moment are flying them and we're conversing approximately extending their existence as much as the Nineties. while the center Nineteen Eighties come round, as of now, there'll be just one fighter in construction, the F-18 Hornet, and no sleek penetrating bombers. we've performed this even if the Russians are regularly bettering their air fleet that's now very as regards to the U.S. inventory...

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