Wwii Pilots Notes Oxford I & Ii Aeroplane - Air Ministry 1944 World War Two on 2040-parts.com
Wanganui, Waikato, New Zealand
Original Air Ministry Book
Air Publication 1596A & B P.N. Pilots Notes.
Oxford I and II
Two Cheetah x Engines.
A5 soft cover , 36 pages with two foldouts.
Contents include, fuel and oil, services, Aircraft and Engine controls, cockpit, navigating, signaling and lighting equipment, handling, emergencies etc.
International Post , anywhere in the world $4.50 ( 7-10 days )
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