Series: Aerofax Aerograph

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The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon by Jay Miller1
Air Guard - Aerograph 2 by Rene J. Francillon2
Lockheed U-2 by Jay Miller3
Convair B-58 by Jay Miller4
Douglas A-3 Skywarrior by René J. Francillon5

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  1. Lockheed SR-71 (A-12/YF-12/D-21) - Aerofax Minigraph 1 by Jay Miller (1983)
  2. Boeing B-47 Stratojet (Osprey Air Combat Series) by Lindsay Peacock (1987)
  3. Valkyrie: North American's Mach 3 Superbomber by Dennis R. Jenkins (2004)
  4. B-47 Stratojet in Detail and Scale - D & S Vol. 18 by Alwyn T. Lloyd (1986)
  5. North American X-15, X-15A-2 - Aerofax Datagraph 2 by Ben Guenther (1985)
  6. Lockheed SR-71/YF-12 Blackbirds by Dennis R. Jenkins (1997)
  7. U.S. Bombers: B-1 1928 to B-1 1980's by Lloyd S. Jones (1974)
  8. U.S. Army Aircraft Since 1947: An Illustrated Directory by Stephen Harding (1990)
  9. MiG-29 Fulcrum (Aerofax Extras) by Jay Miller (1991)
  10. The B-58 Hustler by Douglas Hill Robinson (1967)
  11. Wild Weasel: The SAM Suppression Story - Vietnam Studies Group series (6042) by Larry Davis (1986)
  12. The CIA and Congress: The Untold Story from Truman to Kennedy by David M. Barrett (2005)
  13. B-52: Aging BUFFs, Youthful Crews (Osprey Colour Series) by Rene J. Francillon (1988)
  14. Grumman X-29 (An Aeroguide special) by Bill Gunston (1985)
  15. Military Prototypes of the 1950s (Warbirds Illustrated No. 18) by Michael J. H. Taylor (1983)

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