f 101 Voodoo

F-101 Voodoo (Squadron Signal 5002) (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Димарик at Nov. 24, 2016
F-101 Voodoo (Squadron Signal 5002) (repost)

F-101 Voodoo (Squadron Signal 5002)
1985 | ISBN: 0897471628 | English | 66 Pages | PDF | 18 MB

Famous Airplanes Of The World old series 59 (3/1975): F-101 Voodoo (Repost)  Magazines

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 25, 2016
Famous Airplanes Of The World old series 59 (3/1975): F-101 Voodoo (Repost)

F-101 Voodoo
Bunrin Do | March 1959 | Japanese | 68 pages | PDF | 33.42 MB
Famous Airplanes Of The World old series 59
The F-101 Voodoo in Detail & Scale (D&S Series III No.2) (Repost)

Bert Kinzey - The F-101 Voodoo in Detail & Scale
Detail & Scale Publications | 1980 | ISBN: N/A | English | 39 pages | PDF | 23.39 MB
D&S Series III No.2

F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale (D&S Vol. 21) (Repost)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Nov. 20, 2015
F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale (D&S Vol. 21) (Repost)

Bert Kinzey - F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale
Detail & Scale, Inc. | 1980 | ISBN: 0830681310 | English | 71 pages | PDF | 64.07 MB
D&S Vol. 21

Squadron/Signal Publications 5002: F-101 Voodoo (Repost)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 22, 2014
Squadron/Signal Publications 5002: F-101 Voodoo (Repost)

Lou Drendel, Paul Stevens - F-101 Voodoo
Squadron/Signal Publications | 1985 | ISBN: 0897471628 | English | 66 pages | PDF | 17.98 MB
Squadron/Signal Publications 5002

The F-101 Voodoo in Detail & Scale (D&S Series III No.2)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at May 19, 2010
The F-101 Voodoo in Detail & Scale (D&S Series III No.2)

Bert Kinzey - The F-101 Voodoo in Detail & Scale
Detail & Scale Publications | 1980 | ASIN: B001U0GWDI | 39 pages | PDF | 22.23 MB
D&S Series III No.2

A reference for the scale modeler and aviation enthusiast. General and detail photographs and drawings, five-view drawings, technical data and facts on the actual aircraft, reference listings, modeler's section.

F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale (D&S Vol.21)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 28, 2009
F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale (D&S Vol.21)

Bert Kinzey - F-101 Voodoo in detail & scale
Detail & Scale, Inc. | 1980 | ISBN: 0830681310 | 71 pages | PDF | 61.14 MB
D&S Vol.21

This book offers the most detailed look yet at McDonnell's One-Oh-Wonder. Many detailed photographs, almost all of which were taken specifically for this publication, are included. For example, photographs of the radar antenna in the F-101B. Cockpit photos are included for the RF-101A/C, F-101B, and F-101F, while flight manual drawings provide details of the F-101A/C cockpit. While emphasis is placed on the most popular of the Voodoo variants, the F-101 B,coverage is not limited to only the two seat version. Details of the F-101A/C, RF-101A/C, and the reconnaissance conversions, the RF-101 B, -G, and -H are also provided. A developmental history that also covers the XF-88 Voodoo is included, as is background information on each version. But this is kept to a minimum in order to include as many of the detailed photographs as possible. For the scale modeler, the Modeler's Section covers the Voodoo kits, from the F-88 by Lindberg, dating back to the 1950s, to the Monogram F-101B, thus spanning over thirty years of model making.

F-101 Voodoo  

Posted by lout at Oct. 8, 2009
F-101 Voodoo

F-101 Voodoo (Military Aircraft 5002) By P. Stevens, Lou Drendel
Publisher: Squadron/Signal Publications 1985 | 64 Pages | ISBN: 0897471628 | PDF | 18 MB

Aerofax Minigraph 5: McDonnell F-101B/F  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 29, 2009
Aerofax Minigraph 5: McDonnell F-101B/F

Kevin Keaveney - McDonnell F-101B/F
Aerofax | 1984 | ISBN: 0942548108 | 42 pages | PDF | 81.15 MB
Aerofax Minigraph 5

The McDonnell F-101 Voodoo was a supersonic military fighter flown by the USAF and the RCAF. In the late 1940s, the Air Force had started a research project into future interceptor aircraft that eventually settled on an advanced specification known as the 1954 interceptor. Contracts for this specification eventually resulted in the selection of the F-102 Delta Dagger, but by 1952 it was becoming clear that none of the parts of the specification other than the airframe would be ready by 1954; the engines, weapons and fire control systems were all going to take too long to get into service. An effort was then started to quickly produce an interim supersonic design to replace the various subsonic interceptors then in service, and the F-101 airframe was selected as a starting point.
Although McDonnell proposed the designation F-109 for the new aircraft (which was to be a substantial departure from the basic Voodoo), the USAF assigned the designation F-101B. The Voodoo featured a modified cockpit to carry a crew of two, with a larger and more rounded forward fuselage to hold a Hughes MG-13 fire control radar. F-101F was the dual-control trainer version of F-101B.
This booklet have been created for the serious enthusiast and modeler and are designed to provide textual and pictorial detail not usually found in other readily available mini-monograph books of this type.

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo Walk Around  

Posted by vman at May 31, 2015
McDonnell F-101B Voodoo Walk Around

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo Walk Around
John Heck | 28 pages | 1280х960х24бит jpeg | 18 Mb