The Jet Race and the Second World War

The Jet Race and the Second World War

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Between 1935 and 1945, the Germans, British, and Americans all raced to see who could develop jet engines first and best, in order to gain the technological edge in the air war and the Air Service Command, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. ... a€œService Manuala€ ( cona#39;t), Column 33-Powerplant, maintenance requirements outlined on page 44. 6 . ... 6a€“13. 13. Reprinted in Carpenter, Flame Powered, p. 42. 14. Wyen, a€œThey Flew the U.S. Navya#39;s First Jets, a€ pp. 6a€“7. 15. ... since 1935 (Annapolis: 1992), pp.

Title:The Jet Race and the Second World War
Author: Sterling Michael Pavelec
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 2007-01-01

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