By Lou Drendel:
;A-6 Intruder [Modern army plane sequence 5007] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Lou Drendel: Название: A-6 Intruder [Modern army plane sequence 5007]:Серия: sleek army plane sequence 5007:Издательство: Squadron/Signal publications:Страниц: 64:Язык: Английский:Год: 1991:Формат: pdf в rar:Размер: 77,3 Mb:Для сайта: www.mirknig.comОписание (About this book): The Grumman A-6 Intruder is a dual jet-engine, mid-wing assault plane equipped by means of Grumman Aerospace. In carrier among 1963 and 1997, the Intruder used to be designed as an all-weather alternative for the piston-engined A-1 Skyraider medium assault airplane. A really good digital conflict by-product, the EA-6B Prowler, continues to be in carrier as of 2009. because the A-6 was once slated for retirement, its precision strike undertaking was once taken over through the now retired F-14 Tomcat outfitted with LANTIRN pod. eighty five
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Rapid City, S. Dak. Reno, Nev. Northwest Walla Walla Field Walla Walla, Wash. Source: R. Frank Futrell, “The Development of Base Facilities,” in The Army Air Forces in World War II, vol. 6, Men and Planes, ed. , Office of Air Force History, new imprint, 1983). 29 Locating Army Air Installations Training Center had to look farther north in areas subject to excessive rainfall, and in desert areas of the Southwest where extreme heat, dust, and inadequate housing impeded operations. 53 The AAF in December 1942 proposed a total of 91 main tactical bases and 364 auxiliary fields for the 273-group force, since no more than one-third would be based in the continental United States at any one time.
The Works Project Administration agreed to assign priority to airport projects in the East, and the Civil Aeronautics Administration indicated it would encourage local communities to support military-related projects at municipal airports. A board appointed by General Arnold recommended extensive airport improvements in the Northwest, Northeast, and Southeast. When Congress provided funds in October 1940 for the Civil Aeronautics Administration Airport Program, the Secretaries of War, Navy, and Commerce formed a board to approve airports chosen for improvement, thus ensuring the development of important defense as well as commercial airfields.
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