Books A-Z

Here you can find all the book reviews in alphabetical order.

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  • Jetblast

    Stephen Carbone
    Tate Publishing
    2014
    English
    X X X X X
    348 pg.
    Review written by: Max Heldring

    This book is written by Stephen Carbone, who has worked for more than 30 years in the aviation industry. First he did this as specialist in aviation security systems, but later as researcher at the NTSB and as safety inspector at the FAA. And this you can see in the book, with as storyline a […]

  • Jachtvliegers in de koude oorlog - Flirten met de dood?

    Steve Netto, Martin Leeuwis
    Martin Leeuwis Publications
    2010
    Dutch
    X X X X X X
    304 pg.
    978 94 90008 04 8

    Sorry, this entry is only available in Nederlands.

  • Shot Down- The true story of WW II pilot Howard Snyder and the crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth

    Steve Snyder
    Sea Breeze Publishing, LLC
    2014
    English
    X X X X X
    978-0-9860760-0-8 ASIN: B00N4JLJ0O
    Review written by: Max Heldring

    With this book about Howard Snyder, who during WW II was the pilot on a B-17 from the 8th American Air Force, was a card from the author Steve Snyder, son of Howard Snyder, with the words: ‘It’s our duty to remember never forget’. This book goes further than only the events around Howard Snyder […]

  • Broken dreams - The story of a unique Dakota told by the old lady herself

    Suzanne van Leendert - Barry McCabe
    Narwal Publishers
    2014
    English
    X X X X X
    120 pg.
    978-90-817110-5-0

    There was no other way it could have ended, that Friday the 13th in August 2010! After all, it was a Friday and it was the 13th. On that particular day, a C-47 was transported from the Wings of Liberation Museum in Best to Valkenburg – a former military air base in the Netherlands. The […]

  • Fear of landing: You fly like a woman

    Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
    2011
    English
    X X X X X

    It becomes highly dangerous with all those women in the air! And in addition to that Sylvia Spruck Wrigleywrites she has achieved her license! Do we have to be happy with that?! I think yes! It is –also- because this female pilot can write very originally. Ms Spruck Wrigleycomes with a short ‘story’ in which […]

  • Why planes crash 2001 - A critical view on plane crashes in the 21st century

    Sylvia Wrigley
    Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
    2013
    English
    X X X X X
    150 pg.
    UUID 6F7525Co-9255-11 E2 – 9 E 96-0800200C9A66
    Review written by: Max Heldring

    This e-book contains 11 stories of plane crashes, described in great detail, including the communication between the pilots and traffic control. These crashes have taken place during the course of 2001. With each description of the crash also a piece of text of the original investigation report is published and it contains a link to […]

  • Why planes crash 2002- Case files 2002

    Sylvia Wrigley
    Sylvia Wrigley
    2015
    English
    X X X X X
    161 pg.
    9781516344253
    Review written by: Max Heldring

    This E-book is the follow-up to a previously published work by Sylvia Wrigley detailing both well-known and relatively unknown plane crashes during 2001. This book describes 11 accidents that occurred in 2002. Among these, the most tragic example of how badly things can go wrong, is the story of a collision between a Tupolev 154M […]

  • Carrier Aviation in the 21st Century, Aircraft carriers and their units in detail

    Thomas Newdick, editor
    Harpia Publishing
    2017
    English
    X X X X X
    256 pg.
    978-0-9973092-2-5
    Review written by: René Verjans

    Great brand new book this is! The 256 pages of this voluptuous book has 9 chapters with descriptions of countries that have one or more aircraft-carriers (Brazil, China, France, India, Italy, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States). And let we just make things simple!: most countries actually have 1 (one!), China has 2 […]

  • To The Limit: An Air Cav Huey Pilot in Vietnam

    Tom A. Johnson
    NAL Trade
    2007
    English
    X X X X X
    416 pg.
    ISBN-10: 0451222180
    Review written by: Rinie Hoogendoorn

    The ones who found Robert Mason’s ‘Chickenhawk’ interesting, shall surely appreciate Tom A. Johnson’s ‘To the limit’. Johnsons describes his mission as helicopter pilot to Vietnam in 1968, the year of the battles for Hue and Khe San. If you always wondered how it would be to land a difficult to navigate, fragile and overloaded […]

  • Middle East @ War- Series

    Tom Cooper
    Helion & company
    2018
    English
    X X X X X
    74 pg.
    9781912390373
    Review written by: René Verjans

    Review Middle East @ War- Series – Tom Cooper 4 great books I have of Tom Cooper – published by Helion & Company – and I thought that I would just combine ‘that’ to 1 review. Here it is! I have the numbers 11, 12, 14 and 15. They tell about ‘´Hot skies over Yemen’ […]