HS AVIONS N ° 53 to be released on june 10th, 2021! All the orders containing this magazine will be put on hold until its release.
The Vautour was one of the most important fighter planes of the French Air Force of the 1950s / 1960s. The Israeli military air force, whose fleet consisted of almost exclusively French combat aircraft at the time, detected a little more than thirty Vultures. These devices, in three different versions, were part of all the battles waged by Israel against its Arab neighbors. Powerful for the time, the Vulture could carry a greater bomb load than any other fighter jet in Israel. Despite numerous incidents and accidents, the jet has left lasting memories for all of its crews! This is the story of this French camera in Israel that Shlomo Aloni tells us in Special Issue No. 53.
With 128 pages, more than 200 photos, documents and 20 color profiles by Vincent Dhorne.
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