Pilots Handbook FH-1

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Изображения: черно-белые рисункиThe version FH-1 is a .single position, dual engine, jet-propelled, provider dependent, fighter plane. The aircraft is propelled through Wcstinghouse, version J-30 turbo-jet engines The aircraft within the common gross weight fighter situation

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