Swinging the Lamp: Random Recollections of 22 Years in the

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Irma Lee McElroy painting the American insignia on airplane wings at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, TX where her husband is a flight instructor. It includes supplying air refuelling pylon for A400M. In some cases, this includes coast guard services that are also an armed service, as well as gendarmeries and equivalent forces. And we interview the pilots of today who fly the classic warbirds, like the pilots from Warbirds Over Long Island, the Geico Skytypers, and American Airpower Museum.

Pages: 315

Publisher: Woodfield Publishing (December 2004)

ISBN: 1903953634

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