• F/A-18 Hornet in Action, Squadron / Signal Publications

F/A-18 Hornet in Action, Squadron / Signal Publications


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The F/A-18 Hornet has become the most common aircraft on the decks of US aircraft carriers in the history of naval aviation. While the Super Hornet is a distant relation of the A-D Hornets, they all trace their roots to the loser of the lightweight fighter competition of the early 1970s, the Northrop YF-17. However, the Navy had a requirement for a lightweight fighter to replace the A-7 and F-4 and the US Congress dictated that the Navy choose one of the lightweight fighter contenders as its new fighter/attack aircraft. The twin-engine YF-17 had a definite advantage in this competition; on 2 May 1975, the Navy announced the MDD/Northrop design as the winner. The new lightweight fighter would be built as the F-18.

Author: Lou Drendel

Publisher: Squadron / Signal Publications (2008) 

ISBN: 0-89747-564-8

Description: 52 pages, Paperback, 209 X 280 mm, more than 100 color photos, line drawings, 10 color paintings, detailed line drawings, technical data.

Condition: NEW COPY.

Shipping weight: 330 gr.

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