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Phantom II: A Pictorial History of the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II (SS 6010)
By Lou Drendel
Publisher: Squadron/Signal Publications 1977 64 Pages
PDF 5 MB
I have always been an airplane "nut". My preoccupation with aeronautlca dates back to a chirdhood filled with the reats ol the great airmen and aircraft of World War II and Korea. Somehow, in the late fifties and early sixties. I lost my status us an airplane enthusiast. Oh, I still knew a Spitfire from a Sabre, but the late models might Just as well not have existed, for all I knew, (or cared) Looking back on it now. I realize that my malaise was not uncommon. Specifically, it was a preoccupation with girls and fast cars. Anyway. 1 lost the better part ol a decade of aeronautical advances because ol II When I finally awoke to find myself married and driving a four door Chevelie, I re-ahzed that I had a lot of catching up to do if I was to regain my status ol an aerophile.