One of the only aircraft to fly and fight in three wars ' World War II, Korea and Vietnam ' the Douglas A-26 Invader earned a reputation for its durability under fire. First flown in 1942, the Invader (known after 1948 as the B-26) featured a single pilot, with a navigator / bombardier sitting in the co-pilot's position. Many B-26's served as transport and fire-fighting aircraft after their combat service. This reproduction of an original A-26 Pilot's Flight Manual gives a rare glimpse into the cockpit of this warbird.Here are some points: I. Know and abide by all the range rules. 2. Have good radio contact and guard the range control throughout the entire mission. 3. Set your rpm at about 2200 and use throttles as needed to hold airspeed. 4. Turn on youranbsp;...
|Title||:||Douglas A-26 Invader Bomber Pilot's Flight Manual|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2006-05|