Series: Modern Combat Aircraft

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F-4 Phantom (Modern combat aircraft) by Bill Gunston1
F-111 by Bill Gunston2
F-14 Tomcat (111P) by Arthur Reed3
F-86 Sabre by Maurice Allward4
BAC Lightning by Arthur Reed5
Panavia Tornado (Modern combat aircraft) by Bill Gunston6
Buccaneer by Maurice F Allward7
B-52 Stratofortress by Jeffrey L. Ethell8
F-104 Starfighter by Arthur Reed9
F-105 Thunderchief by Jerry Scutts10
Modern Combat Aircraft V Bombers by Robert Jackson11
F-15 Eagle (Modern combat aircraft) by Jeff Ethell12
Harrier (Modern combat aircraft) by Bill Gunston13
SEPECAT Jaguar by Arthur Reed14
Hawker Hunter by Robert Jackson15
F-16 Fighting Falcon (Modern combat aircraft) by Bill Gunston16
C-130 Hercules (Modern Combat Aircraft 17) by Arthur Reed17
Westland Sea King by John Chartres18
UH-1 Iroquois/ AH-1 Hueycobra (Modern Combat Aircraft 19) by Jerry Scutts19
British Aerospace Hawk (Modern combat aircraft) by Arthur Reed20
Saab Viggen by Robert F. Dorr21
F/A-18 Hornet (Modern combat aircraft) by Bill Gunston22
Mirage (Modern combat aircraft) by Paul A. Jackson23
BAe Nimrod by John Chartres24
Northrop F-5/F-20 by Jerry Scutts25
Grumman A-6 Intruder Prowler (Modern Combat Aircraft, No 26) by Anthony M. Thornborough26
Boeing Kc-135 Stratotanker (Modern Combat Aircraft, No 27) by Robert F. Dorr27
A-10 Thunderbolt II by Mike Spick28

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