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History of Flight BAE Systems

Postby Old Rigger » Mon Dec 17, 2012 7:59 pm

Just noticed some books that are available through the Heritage Department at Warton and thought they would be nice and they arrived today, just had a quick look:

1. Aerospace Heritage: The English Electric P1 - Supersonic Fighter Concept
2. Test Flying in Lancashire from Samlesbury & Warton - Volume 1 WW1 to the 1960s.
3. Nimrod - The Mighty Hunter, this is primarily a pictorial history of the aircraft from start to ignominious end

No. 2 has 1960s to 1980s and the third will be 1980s to present day, these two are due next year, so look forward to adding them when they come out.
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Re: History of Flight BAE Systems

Postby Xplumberlives » Mon Dec 17, 2012 8:01 pm

Put me down for a set please Mick! ;)
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Re: History of Flight BAE Systems

Postby Old Rigger » Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:53 pm

If you PM me your e-mail, I can send the current form, I will remove the commemorative coin as they have none left, so I missed out on that. I can also check with Ian on quantities of books, or provide phone number for you, saves disappointment.

all the best

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Re: History of Flight BAE Systems

Postby Xplumberlives » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:26 am

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