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Osprey's Big Reveal 2016 - Combat Aircraft

In Military History, Featured

Some more titles for the aviation enthusiasts amongst you – five Combat Aircraft books coming up in 2016!

COM 114: AD Skyraider Units of the Korean War (February 2016)

COM 115: Fw 200 Condor Units of World War 2 (July 2016)

COM 116: US Navy F-4 Phantom II Units of the Vietnam War 1964 – 68 (July 2016)

COM ???: Tempest Squadrons of the RAF (November 2016)

COM ???: He 162 Volksjäger Units (November 2016)

Up next is a series that wouldn’t look out of place in an armoury rather than on the bookshelf.

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AdamC posted on 21 Aug 2015 12:34:11
Hmmmm! A bit of a mixed bag here folks! COM 114 & 115 - sound great titles and valuable additions to the series, no probs there. COM 116 - Seriously guys? Another F-4 Phantoms over Vietnam title!!! By the end of 2016 that will be at least 11 titles wholly or partially covering this topic, I think its been done (to death) now chaps! Tempest Squadrons - Ok count me in for that one (post war period and Tempest II covered I hope???). He 162 Units - Eh!? Don't get me wrong, I like the He 162 but a whole COM title devoted to it??? That's stretching it a bit isn't it??? Units??? plural??? As far as I know only JG 1 was equipped (except test and evaluation units perhaps) and even they only had them for a bout five minutes before the war ended! I think you could have chosen a more significant type than that....like the SHORT STIRLING!!!!! Lol!
KenA posted on 21 Aug 2015 10:35:59
Absolutely delighted to see Tempest on the list at long last. I had given this one away after that weird and wonderful book vote last year. I assume the question marks instead of a book number means that there could be slippage into 2017.

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