Published September 1994
by Howell Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
The Supermarine Attacker, Swift, & Scimitar. * The Vickers Supermarine company of Britain created one of the most famous aircraft of World War II, the Spitfire. In the postwar period, Supermarine moved on to develop a series of jet fighters whose reputations were somewhat mixed and which have been generally forgotten. Best aerospace books Seaplane, Skiplane, and Float Ski Equipped Helicopter Operations Handbook: (FAA Handbooks series: FAA-H) The fundamental abilities and aeronautical wisdom invaluable for piloting airplanes or helicopters on water, snow, or ice are brought during this legitimate FAA guide to seaplane operation.5/5(36). Supermarine Attacker, Swift and Scimitar.. [Philip Birtles] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philip Birtles. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The Supermarine Swift was a British single-seat jet fighter of the Royal Air Force (RAF), built by Supermarine during the s. After a protracted development period, the Swift entered service as an interceptor, but, due to a spate of accidents, its service life was short.
Although now overshadowed by the success of the Hawker Hunter and of the BAC Lightning, the Supermarine Attacker, Swift and Scimitar were among the most influential of Britain's post-war military aircraft. The Attacker, first flown in , was the first jet fighter to be standardized on for squadron service with the Fleet Air Arm. Supermarine Swift. The Supermarine Swift is a British single-seat jet-propelled fighter aircraft that was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF). It was developed and manufactured by Supermarine during the s and s. The Swift featured many of the new jet age innovations, such as a swept cturer: Supermarine Aviation Works . Postwar Military Aircraft 7; Supermarine Attacker, Swift and Scimitar by Philip Birtles ISBN Published by Ian Allan Buy from Amazon UK. Buy Postwar Military Aircraft: Supermarine Attacker, Swift and Scimitar v. 7 First Edition by Birtles, Philip (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).
Buy from Amazon UK. Inspired by a wish to rehabilitate the reputation of the type, Nigel Walpole has produced a very good "I was there" style of book on the Swift, beginning with a brief history of the type's development before moving onto his own experiences and those of others on the FR.5 force. The disaster of the early marks is glossed. The Supermarine Attacker is a British single-seat naval jet fighter designed and produced by aircraft manufacturer Supermarine for the Royal Navy 's Fleet Air Arm (FAA). The type has the distinction of being the first jet fighter to enter operational service with the cturer: Supermarine. Design and development. The Scimitar stemmed from a number of designs from Supermarine for a naval jet aircraft, initially to a requirement for an undercarriage-less fighter aircraft to land on flexible "sprung" rubber decks, which would allow for a lighter and simpler structure. Supermarine's design to meet this requirement was the Type , featuring a thin, straight Manufacturer: Supermarine. Postwar Military Aircraft 7: Supermarine Attacker, Swift And Scimitar Home ; Postwar Military Aircraft 7: Supermarine Attacker, Swift And Scimitar Author: Philip Birtles. downloads Views 56MB Size Report. Supermarine Attacker, Swift And Scimitar" Your name.