These are the most iconic 365 aircrafts to ever taste the skies. Enjoy hundreds of vintage and contemporary photographs of these high flyers.
Robert F. Dorr an air force veteran and a retired senior Foreign Service officer. He is the author of 70 books and thousands of magazine articles about the air force, aviation, and military affairs. He writes a weekly opinion column for Air Force Times, monthly columns for Combat Aircraft, Air International, and Aerospace America magazines, and a quarterly column for Air Power History, which he helped create. He is the author of Mission to Berlin, Mission to Tokyo, Hell Hawks!, Fighting Hitler's Jets, and Air Force One (all with Zenith Press).
"Dorr has done it again. His ability to write informatively with an easily readable style enables him to capture the essences of no less than 365 aircraft in a handy, fun book." - Seattle PI.com's Travel for Aircraft Blog
"Prolific aviation historian Robert F. Dorr soars to literary heights again with his latest book. This handbook is meant to rekindle early dreams of flight. Leaf through its glossy pages and fantasize about flying the kinds of planes that got you interested in aviation in the first place. This is a gem to be savored by armchair aviators and high-time fliers alike."
"Dorr has done it again. His ability to write informatively with an easily readable style enables him to capture the essences of no less than 365 aircraft in a handy, fun book."