Identification of Army Aircraft (WW2) - 1942
IDENTIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT FOR ARMY AIR FORCES GROUND OBSERVER CORPS. Prepared in the Headquarters, Army Air Forces, expressly for use by the A. A. F. Ground Observer Corps, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, Washington D. C., 1942.
Aircraft identification of type and model is important for service personnel to assess threat posed by aircraft and to recognize "friendly" aircraft.
*The AAF Ground Observer Corps;
*Aircraft Identification (Wings; Engines; Fuselage; Tail);
*Use of the Manual;
*Silhouettes & Photographs (Bombers; Fighters; Observation & Liaison; Trainers; Transports; Seaplanes).
Light green cover with black title. Secure binding with clean pages, light cover soil and a mild surface cover/page crease. First Edition. 9 x 6 with 145 pp. Illustrated.