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Lockheed P-2V Neptune: An Illustrated History

By: Mutza, Wayne

0764301519 / 9780764301513
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203 x 279 mm, 0 grams 176 pages, over 400 b/w and color photos
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This informative and long overdue account provides an extraordinary amount of insight into the Neptunes lengthy history, beginning with its inception during World War II to the present day survivors.

Lockheeds Neptune was the first aircraft designed exclusively as an anti-submarine patrol bomber and was progressively developed throughout its operational career.

Versatility became a byword as the Neptunes role as the U.S.

Navys premier sub-hunter greatly expanded. A veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars, the venerable Neptune proved highly adaptable to nearly any mission.

More than 1,000 examples were built, many of which thrive today as fire bombers and warbirds.

Presented here for the first time are the many fascinating details describing Neptune service with non-U.S. air arms, and obscure operations to include gunships, U.S.

Army variants, and CIA operations. Clearly evident is the in-depth research that makes this extensive volume accurate, detailed and redable.

Complete with serial and bureau numbers lists that correspond to its many assignments, plus many rare photographs, this comprehensive history does justice to the legendary Neptune.

Wayne Mutza is also the author of Grumman Albatross: A History of the Legendary Seaplane(available from Schiffer Publishing Ltd.).


JWG Air forces & warfare, JWMV Military vehicles, WGM Aircraft: general interest

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