By Maurizio Di Terlizzi
Sixty four pages, good illustrated (many in colour) , diagrams, pictorial wrappers, first-class. textual content in English and Italian. From the writer: "The e-book starts off with a quick tale of the foundation and use of the G.55 layout. The technical half is wealthy of color precise inside images and of technical information of the outside of the kind, together with flaps and undercarriage. The can also be a camouflage and markings bankruptcy and a piece devoted to modellers with the RCR resin package in 1/48th, the Mister package instance in 1/72nd and the SMER 1/50th a scale instance all being outfitted and mentioned. " From Wikipedia: "The Fiat G.55 Centauro (Italian: "Centaur") used to be a single-engine single-seat global conflict II fighter airplane utilized by the Regia Aeronautica and the A. N. R. (Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana) in 1943-1945. It used to be designed and inbuilt Turin by means of Fiat. The Fiat G.55 used to be most likely the simplest style produced in Italy in the course of international warfare II, (a subjective declare additionally often made for the Macchi C.205 Folgore) however it didn't input creation till 1943. in the course of its brief operational carrier, as a rule lower than the Repubblica Sociale Italiana insignia, after the eight September 1943 armistice, this strong, powerful and quick airplane proved itself to be a good interceptor at excessive altitude. In 1944, over Northern Italy, the Centauro clashed with British Supermarine Spitfire, P-51 Mustang, P-47 Thunderbolt and P-38 Lightning, proving to be no effortless adversary. Italian fighter pilots beloved their Centauro yet by the point the battle ended, fewer than three hundred were outfitted.
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The aircraft industry makes the largest contribution to US manufacturing trade. 1 Both Boeing and MDC employed thousands of workers and their chain of suppliers employed many thousands more. The US aerospace industry was in many respects the flagship of American technological leadership. '2 The dispute with Europe over Airbus Industrie was all about preserving this star performer. The creation of the Airbus consortium in 1967 did not arouse many concerns in Washington. European firms had a disastrous history in the commercial airline business.
However, while the market was large, it was also mature and its growth rate began to slow during the 1970s. From annual growth of 7 per cent, the 1970s saw passenger miles increase an average of only 5 per cent. In the meantime, foreign markets, which had lagged behind the US both in absolute size and growth rate, began to catch up. 68 As a result, Boeing, MDC and Lockheed, had to focus more and more sales activity outside the relatively known confines of the United States. US firms were used to dealing with large, relatively wealthy US airlines that had long standing relationships with the manufacturers.
Fiat G 55 Centauro by Maurizio Di Terlizzi