By Bert Kinzey
P-39 Airacobra intimately КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ P-39 Airacobra intimately (Detail and Scale 63)ByBert KinzeyPublisher:Squadron/Signal guides Inc.199980 PagesISBN: 1888974168PDF22 MBAlthough it was once probably the most brilliantly designed and engineered combatants of global struggle II, the P-39 Airacobra turned essentially the most debatable and disappointing American airplane of that period. It was once conceived as a quick interceptor designed round a troublesome hitting 37-mm cannon that fired explosive shells to insure the destruction of any enemy airplane. yet after promising flight assessments through the XP-39, the U. S. military Air Corps mandated that the turbo-supercharger be got rid of. This brief sighted and sick instructed selection, made via leaders schooled and skilled in basic terms in floor war, intended that the excessive altitude functionality of the plane suffered significantly. however the aircraft's clients, fairly the British, blamed Bell airplane for the substandard excessive altitude functionality, and the Airacobra used to be now not held in excessive prefer via lots of the pilots who flew it. SharingmatrixDepositfiles zero
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