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rec.aviation.military Frequently Asked Questions (part 3 of 5)
Section - F.2. Where can I get a pilot's manual for aircraft X?

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You might try:

Historic Aviation
    Snail:  1401 Kings Wood Rd, Eagan, Minn 55122, USA
    Voice:  US/Canada 1-800-225-5575, overseas 1-612-454-2493

They have a wide selection of aircraft related books, including
reproduction pilot's manuals (and Shaw's book, mentioned above).  Most
manuals cost about US$10.00, some running up to US$15.00; the SR-71 manual
is a special case, costing US$99.95.  Dwight Brown reports good service
from them.

Manuals available include AT-6, B-17, B-24, B-25, B-26, B-29, F-80, F-82,
F4U, F6F, FM-2, Hurricane, Me 262, Mosquito, P-38, P-39, P-40, P-47, P-51,
P-61, P-63, Spitfire, and SR-71.

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