African MiGs Vol. 1: Angola to Ivory Coast

MiGs and Sukhois in Service in Sub-Saharan Africa

Tom Cooper, Peter Weinert

This second, expanded and fully revised edition of the groundbreaking book African MiGs examines the role and deployment history of MiG- and Sukhoi-designed fighters - as well as their Chinese derivatives - in no fewer than 23 air forces in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Publication date:
November 2010
Publisher :
Harpia Publishing
Language:
English
Illustration :
with 10 b/w, 117 colour pictures, 12 maps, and127 colour drawings
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9780982553954
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£34.99
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Overview
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This second, expanded and fully revised edition of the groundbreaking book African MiGs examines the role and deployment history of MiG- and Sukhoi-designed fighters – as well as their Chinese derivatives – in no fewer than 23 air forces in Sub-Saharan Africa.

This first volume, covering 12 air arms from Angola to Ivory Coast, will be followed by a second volume in 2011. In order to ensure precise documentation of every airframe delivered to and operated by the various air forces, special attention is given to illustrations as well as extensive tables of known serial numbers and attrition.

The new volume is updated with much exclusive information, photographs and artworks. As such, it provides the most comprehensive and reliable source on the background of each of the features air forces, their organization and unit designations, deliveries of fighters built by MiG, Sukhoi, Chengdu and Shenyang, camouflage, markings and combat deployment.


REVIEWS

The book is excellently documented and comprehensively researched and will be for the time being the definitive account of MIG and SUKHOI fighters in the skies of Africa.
Philippine Air Force Review

Special books they are these 2 volumes about a large group of countries in the continent Africa and then especially in -what the writers call- the ‘Sub-Sahara'. 5 stars.
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