Fb2 North American FJ-2 Fury (Naval Fighters, No. 10) ePub
by Steve Ginter
|Publisher:||Specialty Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1984)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1928 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1520 kb|
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The North American FJ-2 and FJ-3 Fury are a series of swept-wing carrier-capable fighters for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The FJ-2 resulted from an effort to navalise the United States Air Force's F-86 Sabre. These aircraft feature. These aircraft feature folding wings, and a longer nose landing strut designed to increase angle of attack upon launch and to accommodate a longer oleo to absorb the shock of hard landings on an aircraft carrier deck.
Steve Ginter founded Ginter Books, Naval Fighters Series in 1980 while working in district and regional management positions for Thrifty Drugs. In the 1990s the Air Force Legends Series was launched. Between the two series, over 112 books have been published thus far promoting the colorful history of military aircraft in America. ISBN 10: 0942612108 ISBN 13: 9780942612103. Steve Ginter- Nr. 10. Facts. Title: North American FJ-2 Fury. Author: Steve Ginter. Series: Naval Fighters . Volume: Nr. ISBN-10: 42612-10-8. There are no related books covering the "North American FJ-2 Fury" on scalemates.
Author: Steve Ginter. North American T-28 Trojan (Naval Fighters Series No 5). North American T-28 Trojan (Naval Fighters Series No 5. .2 Tradewind (Naval Fighters Series No 34). First published in 1984, the FJ-2 Fury, sometimes called the navalized F-86 was first proposed in January 1951. By (author) Steve Ginter. In fact the 3rd XFJ-2 was a F-86E with 4-20mm cannons instead of the Air Forces 6. 0 cal. machine guns. All other FJ-2s were completed with lengthened landing gear and a V-style tailhook.