Battleship and Cruiser Aircraft of the United States Navy 1910-1949 by William T. Larkins

Battleship and Cruiser Aircraft of the United States Navy 1910-1949 by William T. Larkins soon to be presented for sale on the fabulous BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: Atglen: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 1996, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Illustrated by way of: Black & White Photographs; Diagrams; Tables;

From the cover: This thorough study of the history, development and service of floatplanes carried on battleships and cruisers documents a long neglected subject for the first time in over 400 photographs. From the 1920s through World War II, aircraft operating from catapults were used for spotting gunfire and scouting ahead of the fleet Flying these planes was unique and the dramatic launching and recovery operations are covered by both photographs and text. Colors and markings are detailed and special attention has been paid to images showing catapult and ship details for both the ship and aircraft modeller. The assignment of all aircraft by type, totals, squadrons and ships is given annually from 1924 to 1949. In addition to rare photos of all of the experimental aircraft that were tested for this purpose, an additional chapter covers floatplanes used on small ships and submarines.

In the Schiffer Military/Aviation History series.

Very Good+ in Very Good+ Dust Wrapper.

Black boards with White titling to the Spine & Upper Board. 272 pages. Index. Bibliography. 11¼” x 8¾”.

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